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I Passed This Way by Patricia Crandall

I Passed This Way is a second printing of a book of published poetry descriptive of the four seasons. It takes you through a winter wonderland, a spring rebirth, summer fantasies and the vivid colors of autumn. The dedication is a poem to Babcock Lake, a special place in the Grafton Mountains to live and visit. Her poetry is like perusing a Rembrandt or Michelangelo. Her poems are her expression of nature. It's like you are there among the forest, creatures and elements. Come and see what you'll encounter on her walks.  http://tinyurl.com/nf3mf97 Five Star Review: What is it about poetry that sparks an interest in me? When I received I Passed This Way by Patricia Crandall, I was anxious for her imagery about the four seasons. Her perception of what she saw emanated in the words of her poetry. You can see as you take a walk with her through the snow of winter, fallen leaves in the fall, heat of the summer breeze and the buds of the new growth of spring. Her words flow…

Evening Sun, a Widow's Journey by Aline Soules

Grief comes in many forms. It's a suffering nonetheless. Aline Soules book, Evening Sun, a Widow's Journey, tells of her journey through widowhood. Her poems shout out her distress, sorrow and even anger. Emotions come crashing through as she expresses her deep loss over the death of her husband. If you've experienced grief, or know someone that is grieving, buy this book and pass it on. http://tinyurl.com/mczlfpy



Don't Quit Yet... Help a girl get to #1

Read more. How many times have you said to yourself "It's not the job, it's the co-workers I have to deal with that make me want to pull out my hair. I just want to quit my job, stay home in bed, and never go back to that dreadful place. Ever." Packed with powerful insights, tools, and practices, this book is a potent resource for both Human Resource  Professionals & employees! 
Common Causes of Co-worker Friction:  1. Gossipping 2. Know-it-alls 3. Interrupting 4. Email challenged 5. The Harrasser 6. Poor Web Surfer 7. Procrastinator 8. Space Invader 9. Family & Business Mixup 10. Quitter and Stayer

​"This book provides great advice for anyone who is looking to find joy in their work life by helping to see things through a different set of lenses. A great read for Human Resource professionals, too!" ~Linda Skoglund, President of J.A. Counter

"I wish I had read this book when I was trying to work through many uncomfortable situations in my career! Don't…

Don't Quit Yet...

Don't Quit Yet...Read more. How many times have you said to yourself "It's not the job, it's the co-workers I have to deal with that make me want to pull out my hair. I just want to quit my job, stay home in bed, and never go back to that dreadful place. Ever." Packed with powerful insights, tools, and practices, this book is a potent resource for both Human Resource  Professionals & employees! 
Common Causes of Co-worker Friction:  1. Gossipping 2. Know-it-alls

Want to get wildly wealthy fast with LOA? FR-EE?

Want to get wildly wealthy fast with LOA? FR-EE?Read more. This is one of the best manifestation books I have read in a long time. It's well-written and filled with lots of nuggets of information, tips, and suggestions that can help anyone prosper through the power of intention. I have this book as part of my collection of favorite books. ~ Eddie Coronado, author Manifest Your Millions: A Lottery Winner Shares his Law of Attraction Secrets
This life-changing book has EVERYTHING you'll need to turn you into a money magnet and achieve the success, prosperity and abundance you desire and so richly deserve. 
Think it may not work for you? Think again! 

I was a single mum with $100,000 of debt and enormous money struggles. By discovering the Law of Attraction and creating dozens of processes, exercises, tips and secrets to change my focus from lack to abundance, I turned it all around. 

I've gone from welfare to millionaire - I even attracted over $1.5 million in less than a year -…

She chose hope and found joy

She chose hope and found joyRead more. This book demonstrates that while we may not have a choice in the way our life story unfolds, we do have the ability to write our own ending.  ~Maureen Underwood, LCSW, Trainer/Program Author, Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide <

Five Star Review

Five Star Review: What is it about poetry that sparks an interest in me? When I received I Passed This Way by Patricia Crandall, I was anxious for her imagery about the four seasons. Her perception of what she saw emanated in the words of her poetry. You can see as you take a walk with her through the snow of winter, fallen leaves in the fall, heat of the summer breeze and the buds of the new growth of spring. Her words flows effortlessly bringing the scene right to your doorstep as you relive it with her. It’s like taking your first step in the snow or smelling the changes in the different seasons. Your senses are heightened with each poem. I recommend this book of poetry and hope you receive the same sensations that I did. It would make a great gift for that person in your life that enjoys the breathless wonder of nature. Catherine MacDonaldhttp://tinyurl.com/nf3mf97

Book of poetry on grief

Hello, I am a virtual assistant for authors. I have an author that has written a short poetry book about the emotional journey of grief.  In her case, she lost her husband. This book could help others with the grieving process, as Aline Soules has done, and can foster discussion about grief among groups and individuals to reassure them that they are not alone. Her poetry chapbook is: Evening Sun: A Widow's Journey -- http://tinyurl.com/mczlfpy
Through her poems in Evening Sun, Aline Soules reflects on her journey through widowhood, chronicling her emotions--despair, anger, longing, love, and reconciliation. 
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.  Aline is willing to send a free book or e-book for advance review.

Thank you,

Discover the Hidden Faces of the Grand Canyon - a Galactic Ascent!

Discover the Hidden Faces of the Grand Canyon - a Galactic Ascent!Read more. Severina's book offers a unique look at intriguing encounters in the Grand Canyon where past, presence and future seem to be one. Time traveling from the future, Mia, a galactic archeologist dives into the Hidden Faces of The Grand Canyon. A cave discovered in 1909 is the doorway to our convoluted universe.Severina's book invites us as humans to remember that we are part of something much bigger than we might think. She takes us on a river of dreams transcending the time space continuum.
As a raft would, she keeps us afloat by using any combination of time or soul travel, dreams and even a ride on a Crystalline Stellar Skull. Dominique Severina's intimate knowledge and vivid descriptions of the Grand Canyon are a result of multiple trips rafting the Colorado River. She has spent hours hiking and exploring concealed secondary ravines along the route.An archaeologist, caver, and healing arts practit…

Check out the extraordinary adventures of an astral traveler and remote viewer

Check out the extraordinary adventures of an astral traveler and remote viewerRead more. Selling insurance by day, astral projection and Remote Viewing at night; follow Luna Star Van Atta's extraordinary adventures in the spirit realms. Luna was initiated into the astral planes at a young age which opened her psychically to connect to life on the other side of the veil. Follow her as she communicates with guides, accomplishes miraculous remote healings, assists loved ones in the transition to death, and enjoys a romance that is literally out of this world. Luna's life out of body will help you to expand your consciousness and push your boundaries past the physical world.
The Secret Life of an Astral Traveler is a true story of Luna Star Van Atta's life beyond the third dimension.​

What does she really know?

What does she really know? Read more. "This delightful story captivated my attention and kept me reading to the end of the book. Cassandra is a real and engaging character, and the conflicts that she faces throughout the story had me turning the pages to discover how things were resolved. I loved the Hawaiian setting in this story and her use of the Menehunes and their gift added an interesting twist. I highly recommend this book." ~Holly E. Messick, Author and retired Librarian Isolated on a Maui mountaintop, Cassandra has only her imagination to keep her company. Shut in due to her heart condition and shut out emotionally by her father, she meets the Menehune in a dream. Their "Gift" enables her to take the first step away from her