Spiritual Fiction – The Girl Who Could Read Hearts

the-girl-who-could-read-heartsThe Girl Who Could Read Hearts
By Sherry Maysonave
Publisher: Balboa Press
Published: April 2016
ISBN: 978-1504351119
ASIN: B01EV8J8SQ
Genre: Inspirational, Spiritual, Christian Fiction, Magical Realism
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“Insightful, Riveting, Spiritual.”
“A wonderful, uplifting read.”
“A highly recommended, evocative read.”
“Intriguing, suspenseful story.”

Born gifted with a rare seventh sense—the ability to read human hearts coupled with keen intuition—protagonist Kate encounters the earthly dangers of her capabilities. She is often bewildered by her unique perceptions combined with seeing symbols and panoplies of color in people’s hearts.

Kate’s parents fear that their young daughter suffers from delusional psychosis. Their concerns are intensified by her claims that she has conversations with an angel. Yet it’s her naiveté of the intuitive signs that augur trouble.

This captivating novel brims with inspiration and daring while exploring issues relevant to many of today’s societal woes: prejudice, abuse, eating disorders, and limiting belief systems. It delves into the mysteries of death and of angels, plus intuition, finding God in all, and true love. Full of spirit, this poignant story is riveting while being thought-provoking and insightful.

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Self-Help – You Too, Can Be Wealthy and Healthy

You Too, Can Be Wealthy and HealthyYou Too, Can Be Wealthy and Healthy
By Marcos Akio
Publisher: Rocket Science Productions
Published: July 2016
ISBN: 978-1945355202
ASIN: B01I4F2L4U
Genre: Inspirational, Self-Help, Self-Improvement
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You Too Can Be Healthy and Wealthy with Millennial Oriental Wisdom Why are there so many forms of poverty, disease and sufferings in this world? Has God made men so imperfect to have to suffer and live at the mercy of unexpected occurrences, like an air balloon? This book will teach the secret of the human mind and the laws of the Universe that govern life, and how they influence a person’s destiny, giving each reader the tools to take control of their future, directing them toward a wealthy, happy, and healthy life, with “Millennial Oriental Wisdom.”

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Self-Help/Spiritual – Walking in Grace with Grief: Meditations for Healing After Loss

Walking in Grace with GriefWalking in Grace with Grief: Meditations for Healing After Loss
By Della Temple
Publisher: Button Rock Press
Published: May 2015
ISBN: 978-0996387804
ASIN: B00ZYRP3K6
Genre: Self-Help, Body/Mind/Spirit, New Age, Spiritual Growth
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“This is a story of profound hope and assurance that our loved ones truly are watching over us.”

Walking in Grace with Grief Meditations for Healing After Loss is a book from the author’s heart to yours. When her son died in a solo car accident four years ago, Della Temple grieved a different kind of grief. Della knew deep within her soul that her son’s Spirit lived on. He had left his body, but he was alive as a Spirit. This profound acceptance and belief were the keys in her ability to walk this path in a different manner.

Della Temple believes it’s time to broaden the discussion about death and dying. It may not be necessary to walk the normal stages of grief: from anger, denial, bargaining and depression to the final destination of acceptance. She believes that others too can start at acceptance and stay there throughout their journey of recovery. This might fly in the face of what’s considered “normal grieving”, but what the author experienced during her period of mourning was an amazing feeling of ease, comfort and nurturing – what she refers to as Grace – that kept her from drowning in the mire of doubt, wishful thinking and regret.

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Self-Help – YOUR Heart & Mind: Your Greatest Decisions

YOUR Heart & MindYOUR Heart & Mind: Your Greatest Decisions
By C.J. Maritz
Published: April 2015
ISBN: 978-1511612302
ASIN: B00WBNTOGK
Genre: Self-Help, Inspirational
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A reader-friendly self-help guide rated 5 stars by Readers’ Favorite. This thought-provoking book is about the choices and opportunities inherent in the human condition.

You, and your life, are the products of decisions made in the past. You made some of those decisions, and some were made by others. The effect of poor decisions would have compounded and diminished your greatness and state of your life.

In order to improve your experience of your life, you should focus on those decisions that are within your control. Your decisions on time, loyalty, reinvention, support, willingness, simplicity and other aspects can radically improve you and your life experience. You want to steer yourself in the direction that satisfies your heart and mind, and ensures contentment.

The book’s messages are to the point, impactful and powerful. The book is the second in the series. The first book is “YOUR Heart & Mind: 11 Tools To Improve Your State of Being, for Yourself & Others”.

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Memoir – Tsunami Reflections

Tsunami ReflectionsTsunami Reflections
By Charles A. Pomeroy
Publisher: Telemachus Press
Published: September 2014
ISBN: 978-1941536216
ASIN: B00NUAY422
Genre: Memoir
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Tsunami Reflections: Otsuchi Remembered by Charles A. Pomeroy. An Imprint of Telemachus Press in paperback and eBook formats.

This memoir presents the author’s retirement town and family’s experience as a microcosm of the horrific tsunami that devastated Japan’s Sanriku Coast on March 11, 2011. More than 19,000 people lost their lives and some 5 million households were affected directly by that disaster, including that of the author and his wife. The town, Otsuchi, is limned within its geographical/historical context and a sense of place established, followed by reflections on the tsunami’s aftermath, loss of family members and home, mass funerals, cultural aspects, humanitarian efforts, and reconstruction plans. The narrative is augmented throughout by many photos, maps, and video links.

The Introduction provides family background and reasons for the author’s choice of this port town for retirement. Chapter 1 then presents an overview of the situation at the time of the 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami and a timeline of unfolding events as revealed in email exchanges.

With the scene set, Chapter 2 time-warps into a description of Otsuchi’s geographic location, its pre-tsunami key districts, topography, and historical context. Introduced also is Tono, the nearest inland town, which becomes important as the family’s post-tsunami base of operations from an aunt’s home there.

Chapters 3 and 4 then affirm a sense of place and local relationships through descriptions of the family home and neighborhood. The cultural fabric that strengthened community relationships, including annual festivals and Buddhist rites of Obon for the dead, is described.

Chapter 5 outlines the history of earlier earthquakes and tsunami before expanding on the “Big One” of 2011 that destroyed the Sanriku Coast. Survival stories as well as explanations of why so many died are presented. Recounted, too, is the first-hand experience of the Sea Shepherds, an ocean conservation group. Summarization of two videos of the disaster, one showing inundation of the part of town where family members were lost, ends the chapter.

An overview of the tsunami’s aftermath provides insights into its effects and the activities of volunteers in Chapter 6. This is followed in Chapter 7 by reflections on the devastation in Otsuchi and surrounding areas as seen by the author seven weeks after the tsunami, when the eerie silence of a dead town inspired him to relate this story.

The more emotional section of the book, Chapter 8, describes the search for missing relatives, mass funerals for the dead and missing, flowers reappearing amid the ruins, identification of a family member’s remains, interment of ashes, and the 2011 Buddhist commemoration of the dead.

Chapter 9 brings a lighter mood with descriptions of humanitarian aid to the town from Otsuchi’s sister-city of Fort Bragg, CA, and contributions in general—no doubt of interest to all who gave to relief efforts—as well as a Tokyo donation program that failed. The Japanese custom of giving “condolence” money is explained, followed by a related digression involving Hawaii.

The book concludes, in Chapter 10, with an outline of the master plan for the reconstruction of Otsuchi and resurrection of the town’s businesses in the face of ongoing depopulation. Included is a critique of the Japanese government’s response to the disaster, a description of local media, and thoughts on future possibilities for revitalizing the town.

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Inspirational Poetry – Break the Chains, Be Freed Within

Break the Chains, Be Freed WithinBreak the Chains, Be Freed Within
By Cristina Isabel
Published: December 2014
ISBN: 978-1500795313
ASIN: B00QZ8ZGH8
Genre: Poetry
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“Break the Chains, Be Freed Within” is a collection of poems that explore personal experiences, emotions, insight, and battle with depression. They will invoke tears, sadness, and helplessness. Yet they will also offer hope and encouragement. These poems will inspire you to move forward from a dark place, knowing you are not alone, and lighten your spirit. Break away from what keeps you chained, so that you can freely live the life you want.

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