At last we know the truth about death! And knowing the truth changes everything…

After spending decades studying nearly 200 years of abundant and consistent afterlife evidence, in 2010 Roberta published The Fun of Dying: Find Out What Really Happens Next. She has followed that book with further enjoyable and easily understood examinations of what we continue to learn from the dead about the nature of reality, our eternal natures, and how we should be living our lives so we can build a better world now and a happier life forevermore.

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The Books

Liberating Jesus: Following the Gospel teachings of Jesus is the surest route to your best eternal life, no matter what your religion might be.

Flying High In Spirit: Flying High in Spirit is the personal account of Mikey Morgan, a very advanced being who last lived here in the 1600s but then took another brief lifetime, dying in 2007 at the age of 20, so he could tell us in our own language what really is going on.

My Thomas is the beautiful true story of Thomas Jefferson’s marriage and his life during the Revolutionary War. More than forty years later, he still referred to Patty as “the cherished companion of my life,” and to their marriage as “ten years of unchequered happiness.”

The Fun of Dying: Roberta Grimes studied nearly 200 years of abundant and consistent communications from the dead to give us a better understanding of the glorious eternal lives that await us all.

The Fun of Staying in Touch: From certified mediums through self-induced communications to the soul phone, there are many more ways to stay in contact with our dead loved ones than you know!

The Fun of Growing Forever: Thanks to extensive correspondences between the afterlife evidence and the teachings of Jesus, for the first time we know the purpose of human life! And we are learning how to make the most of our lives, both while we are on earth and forevermore.

The Fun of Living Together: Racial issues are America’s most intractable problem, but they can be largely solved in one generation. Roberta and her friend, Kelley Glover, together explain what we are doing wrong and how we can easily start to make it right. If not us, who? If not now, when?

Chieftain’s Maiden: It is the year 1540 on a remote island that is home to a barbaric culture. Rebalagh is a daughter of the Chieftain of one city and wife of the Chieftain of another. As war again looms, she comes to see that in order save the men she adores she will have to vanquish her people’s gods.

Jack in Love: It is 1968. All of us are young. The troubled heir to a substantial fortune falls for a beautiful girl who dreams of becoming the first woman President. Their love grows as she helps him overcome his traumatic childhood and claim the wealthy life that is his birthright. Then she begins to reconsider her own dreams.

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“Thank you, Roberta Grimes, as you have given the world a fine gift, here for the potential deeper understanding of the mysteries of humankind.”—Thelma on Amazon.com
“It will give you a whole new perspective on why we are here and what we will face and it is all good. Highly recommend.”—JaLo, Amazon Review
“Thank you, Roberta, for the many morsels you've given me to enjoyably contemplate. I am much fuller because of your decades-old quest.”—Joel Baehr, Minister, Unity of Mesa

Roberta's Blog

Finding God

Posted by Roberta Grimes • September 07, 2017

I often see Internet arguments about whether God exists and what God is, as if life’s most important questions were matters of taste to be debated. In fact, we do know a great deal now about the core creative force, and it is indeed extraordinary; but the more we learn, the more we see that... Read More

Dealing with Grief

Posted by Roberta Grimes • August 12, 2017

I hear from grieving people almost daily now. Their pain is often so raw that it is nearly unbearable to read their messages, and I realize that since I cannot feel grief myself I am handicapped in my attempts to help them. But I try! Grief is a process. It is composed of a number... Read More

This is Personal

Posted by Roberta Grimes • July 05, 2017

           There is a theory that if you pick up a calf at its birth and then every day thereafter, eventually you can pick up a bull. It’s a nice idea, but I can personally testify that it is not true. I cannot believe that I haven’t found time to write a new blog post... Read More

The 2017 AREI Symposium

Posted by Roberta Grimes • May 05, 2017

It astonishes me now to realize that I met Craig Hogan just in 2009, and Susanne Wilson and the Zammits in 2014. For decades my obsessive hobby of investigating the afterlife was a lonely slog, with no colleagues and with no one in my life who even cared about what I was learning. I had... Read More