In this episode of Light Transitions Radio, we were honored to spend some time talking with the insightful and soulful Scott Blum.
He is also a filmmaker and multimedia artist who has collaborated with several popular authors, musicians, and visual artists and has produced many critically acclaimed works, including writing and directing the feature film Walk-In, based on his book Summer’s Path. Scott lives in the mountains of Ashland, Oregon, with his wife and business partner, Madisyn Taylor, and their son, Oliver Moon.
Scott’s personal interest in metaphysics and spirituality has been an ongoing pursuit since an early age. Decidedly non-traditional, he has found himself in remarkably unique and profound metaphysical situations that he has begun to share in his series of books.
The third installment in Scott’s best-selling series of enchanting novels, Winter Moon Rises (Hay House, hardcover, November 11, 2011) continues where the semiautobiographical Waiting for Autumn left off. This book follows Scott and his soul mate, Madisyn, as they prepare for their most profound adventure together: the journey of bringing their first child into this world.