Added by R. E. Dawson on May 31, 2012 at 11:24am — No Comments
The novel Winter by Keven Newsome was a treat to read. It is a paranormal thriller with a Christian message – ‘Christian horror’ if such an oxymoron can exist. Winter is a young ‘Goth’ who is off to college for the first time. She has a past riddled with hurt and trouble, but she is now a Christian, despite her continuing espousal of Goth dress. This is one aspect of the book that I especially liked. The author has set out to completely destroy stereotypes in how his heroine should…Continue
Added by Tracy Krauss on May 27, 2012 at 7:43pm — No Comments
Got some interesting things coming up? I find this time of year wonderful for planning stuff - you can do it in winter, too, but somehow the sunny, warm weather makes it easier to follow through on all the scheming. Yeah, do follow through on your plans – at least one of them. You never know where your adventure may take you.
Added by Kita Szpak on May 26, 2012 at 12:41pm — No Comments
Split Sense by Barbara Ellen Brink is, at the risk of sounding cliché, a real page turner. It is very well written; full of action, twists and turns, intrigue and a well thought out though complex story line. The book begins in 1995 with a frightened schizophrenic woman being chased and killed, but not before her twin babies are taken alive. Thus begins a complex web of deceit and subterfuge that centers around a pharmaceutical company that has been experimenting on pregnant…Continue
Added by Tracy Krauss on May 25, 2012 at 10:51pm — No Comments
I finally re-potted a plant that I’ve had for about five years. The outer edges of the leaves were starting to yellow. Stranger was the fact that the plant was now growing long root stems instead of leaves. And even I, little as I know about gardening, could see it was time for a transplant otherwise this plant with brown tentacles was not long for this earth. To free the plant of its clay home, I smashed the unsuspecting pot with a hammer. And what did I…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on May 18, 2012 at 8:06pm — No Comments
I’ll be leaving Wednesday afternoon for my trip back home to New Jersey. Can’t wait to see all of my dear friends. I’m headed to a wedding on Saturday of the daughter and granddaughter of two old riding buddies from back in the day. Where do the years go…
I’m thrilled to be doing a presentation, Conversations with an Animal Communicator, followed by a Q&A and book-signing at two local pet stores. I hope those in the area will come out and say hello. This is your chance to…Continue
Added by Nancy A Kaiser on May 15, 2012 at 10:11am — No Comments
I went to hear Gregg Braden (http://www.greggbraden.com/) speak last night. He’s a scientist and cosmologist who’s bridging science and spirituality through his decades-long quest to investigate indigenous people, their history and particularly their world view/their understanding of the earth and its cycles. From Gregg’s perspective, our western world has modeled its systems on Darwin and the principle of “survival of…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on May 12, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments
I was thrilled to received the High Country Writers 2011 Book of the Year Award in the Animal Communication category for Tales of an Animal Communicator ~ Master Teachers. I read a few pages from the book about the filly foal who taught me about my life’s purpose. I wanted to share her lessons with the audience at the award ceremony. Because Of Love showed me I was supposed to be an animal communicator and healer. She told me I was supposed to write her story. I guess she knew one…Continue
Added by Nancy A Kaiser on May 11, 2012 at 4:56pm — No Comments
World Book Night is now in its second year, was celebrated in the UK, Ireland, Germany and the USA by tens of thousands of people gifting books. This year it fell on the 23rd April which also marked the birth and death of Shakespeare.
Added by Victoria Howard on May 6, 2012 at 5:27am — No Comments
On the Soul of a Vampire by Krisi Keley was not at all what I expected. It is a deeply emotional and introspective look at one ‘man’s’ search for meaning in life. (Or in this case, one ‘vampire’.) Written primarily in first person from the point of view of Valery Castellene, a vampire of some 800 years, we see and feel his inner pain as he struggles with his existence. Convinced that he is evil incarnate, yet still subconsciously wishing to be good, Valery’s emotional conflict is the…Continue
Added by Tracy Krauss on May 5, 2012 at 8:53pm — No Comments
I know it’s spring. Not because it’s warmer, not because the days are longer, not because the birds are singing, not even because the sun is shining… I know it’s spring because I get the same urge every year at this time. I want to go away. I want to go somewhere new and different – change it up – not permanently but for a little while. The anticipation to want to go, to travel is delicious. That’s why I know it’s spring.…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on May 5, 2012 at 8:23am — No Comments
I’m so pleased to share two testimonials from new clients. I’d like you to meet two canine cuties, Oliver Bean and Harper, from NJ. The second one is from a horse trainer in CA and her lovely horse, Red Cloud. I’d like to thank Luanne and Eve for sharing about their communication experiences.
To meet Harper & OB: http://nancykaiseranimalcommunicator.com/?page_id=470.
To meet Red Cloud:…
Added by Nancy A Kaiser on May 4, 2012 at 1:48pm — No Comments