Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Some folks have said some nice things about my new book, FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES
Are you one of the 3 out of 4 Americans who have seen, heard, felt, or intuited a ghost?
If so, my 21st book, FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES, is the book for you! Get it on Amazon for 14.95, or get it for your Kindle or Nook for 9.95. In it, I explain how I moved, twenty years ago, from total Atheism to belief in an Afterlife. Or order it from your local bookstore. Some things readers have said in the two weeks it’s been available:

I read it all the way through. It is extremely well written, very likely your best yet. Of course. knowing you for as long as I have, I could be suspected of a certain amount of bias in your favor --- the more so because I can’t share some of your basic assumptions. But the fact is that you’ve become so genuinely skilled a literary craftsman that the prose style carries me right along with you. Louis Rubin

I wonder if you realize how much you achieved in the writing of Friends in High Places. It is not a happy-go-lucky ghost hunt, as some blurbs suggest. Rather it's you really opening up, looking back and examining relationships, particularly the one with Royster. It's painful, but there it is. All this is subjective, of course, others might see it differently. But in the marketing of the book, it's my guess that if you or someone mentions the hard side, especially your attempts to contact your former husband, the book itself is more likely to receive the attention it deserves. As always, Ken

Hi girl: just finished reading Dr. Van Lommel's book about consciousness. Amazed at how much you wise ones have in are easier to understand (quantum phsics???) than the Dr.. I have asked my sweetheart Ellen to write her extra-conscious experience. Will gladly share it with you, maybe over a glass or two of spirits. Are you open to such a prospect? I feel almost compelled to pursue the broad subject with my people. Obviously our culture, and others around the world, have overlooked and ignored something that is of extreme importance. Don't stop communicating non-locally ! Love you Horace

What an honor that you dedicated the book to David's memory! Your subject was one of his passions, and I know that his spirit is singing like the mountain rivers.
"You can't judge a book by it's cover," but it helps! The cover design is beautiful! Your research is impressive; your experiential stories are fascinating, and well told. I like that you invite your readers from time to time to take practical steps to experience various paths that you have followed.
I was saddened to read about R. I only experienced him as a gracious host, and can only imagine how devastating your experiences have been. I believe that your openness about this will touch others, and help in ways you may never know. Love, Mary McKnight

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