Hello and Welcome to The Concord Writer! Please refer to the Site Content page below for a description of what you'll find here and click on the highlighted links throughout the site that will give you more information. We hope you will enjoy your visit and come back often, and that you'll also stop by our other website: www.thethoreauwhisperer.com
The Concord Writer is a "literary and publishing concern" that is dedicated to the "the words, wisdom and enduring spirit" of one of America's most famous writers, Henry David Thoreau. It was founded in 2008 by author, Cathryn McIntyre, who has written two memoirs, Honor in Concord and The Thoreau Whisperer, about her experience living in the historic town of Concord, Massachusetts. She is a writer with a natural psychic and clairvoyant ability who had the extraordinary opportunity to connect to the spirit of The Concord Writer, Henry David Thoreau.
McIntyre believes it is time to "take Thoreau back from the intellectual elites, the scholars and the academics who have held him captive for so long". When McIntyre talks about Thoreau, she is not talking about the long dead philosopher who very few people remember or care about, she is talking about a lively, wise and funny spirit whose message could not be any more needed than it is today. By sharing her own true story and his words, both those written during his lifetime and those that came after, she hopes to reach a larger audience with his message than has ever been reached before.
Amid the madness of the present time, have you forgotten that you are timeless?
Have you forgotten the power that you have within you? In The Thoreau Whisperer by Cathryn McIntyre, Thoreau will remind you.
THE 2022 E-BOOK EDITION OF HONOR IN CONCORD IS NOW AVAILABLE!!!
The Concord Writer is excited to announce that the 2022 E-Book Edition of Cathryn McIntyre's book, Honor in Concord has just been released. It is a story about love, trust, freedom, devotion, history, ghosts, reincarnation and honor and it is set in the historic town of Concord, Massachusetts. If you enjoy Concord's literary history and you are longing for an uplifting story to read, we think you will love this book. It's currently available on amazon.com for under $5 US. Click the cover to get more information or follow these links to find it on: BookBaby.com; amazon.com; or barnesandnoble.com. Print copies are also available from: AuthorHouse.com. If you'd like to read an excerpt, please click here. IF you would like to read the latest review, please click here.
The Concord Writer has maintained a strong presence on Twitter for so many years now we've lost track. We tweet Thoreau quotes, nature re-tweets, links to music we love and other items we find of interest. If it's not about Thoreau or nature or music, it's probably going to be about something magical or otherworldly. Come to think of it, that is not unlike this website, or Cathryn McIntyre's life, or the books that she writes and would like to share with you. We invite you to follow on Twitter: (@CathrynMcIntyre).
The Concord Writer is “a literary and publishing concern” dedicated to “the words, wisdom and enduring spirit” of Concord, Massachusetts' most famous writer, Henry David Thoreau.
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Henry David Thoreau, the 19th century writer who is the inspiration for The Concord Writer.
Learn more about Cathryn McIntyre, author, natural psychic and clairvoyant, and founder of
The Concord Writer.
Learn more about The Thoreau Whisperer, a book where the words
of Henry David Thoreau are heard once again in our time.
Learn more about Honor in Concord, a book that captures the magic of Concord's literary history in a most unusual and wonderful way.
Learn about Thoreau's astrology and computerized natal and relationship analysis reports offered by
The Concord Writer.
Learn more about Cathryn McIntyre's ghost investigations in Mass. and Maine and read her interview with Paranormal Underground Magazine.
Read essays on Thoreau's spiritual and political beliefs written by Cathryn McIntyre and published in the Thoreau Society Bulletin.
Learn about Cathryn McIntyre's upcoming and past radio and podcast interviews, readings, lectures,
The following introduction was written by Cathryn McIntyre back in 2008 but we like it so much we're keeping it around. You'll find much more information about Thoreau on the Thoreau page of this website.
Henry David Thoreau is most remembered as the man who lived for a time in a cabin at a place called Walden Pond, and for the book he wrote about living there, Walden: Or Life in the Woods. In Walden, Thoreau states, “Men lead lives of quiet desperation.” He believes that is because we occupy ourselves with material pursuits and neglect our spiritual natures and he advises us to “Simplify, simplify...” because the more material goods we desire, the more we must work to earn the money to acquire such goods, and the less time we therefore have to live.
Living to Thoreau is not a material endeavor, it is a spiritual one. He believes in the possibility of every individual to elevate themselves to a height not before reached, should we choose to connect to the wisdom that is there within all of us, and to seek out more than what exists for us in the physical world. He states, "I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by a conscious endeavor," and his statement, “The universe is wider than our views of it,” reminds us of the limitless possibilities that exist for us when we are in touch with our spiritual natures.
Once, in response to an inquiry from a scientifically minded man, Thoreau stated, "I am a mystic, a transcendentalist and a natural philosopher to boot." This was the best way he could think to explain who he was because as a scientist who "did not believe in the higher laws" the man would have no way of understanding the way Thoreau viewed the world.
As someone who has chosen to speak the truth of my own experience, no matter what doubt or disbelief there might be, that moment in Thoreau's life is deeply meaningful to me.
"I believe that if you pause for five minutes each day, close your eyes and allow yourself to look within, you will find your truest self and it is in that recognition that you will find your greatest joy. Open your hearts and minds to the possibilities because that spirit within you is the you that will never end. Your life is yesterday, today and every tomorrow. All who ever were still are and always will be." - Cathryn McIntyre
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