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Atoms of God - New book of poetry addresses ideas, emotions encountered on the inward spiritual path
DURANGO, Colo., Oct. 27, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- When people determine their individual spiritual paths, they can either accept what people tell them or they can examine each piece and retain only what they feel in their hearts to be true. The choice is always theirs, writes author Alexandria Renee Omikami in her book of poetry, Atoms of God: Reclaiming Divinity (now available through 1stBooks). She takes readers through a series of poems that outline her own spiritual journey, allowing them to take what they need to encourage spiritual growth.
A Tool of God - New Book Reveals Author's Gift to Make Contact with Murder Victims
GULFPORT, Miss., Oct. 27, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- In the 2000 film The Gift, Cate Blanchett plays a single mother with unusual abilities. In the film, she is contacted by a murdered girl who leads Blanchett and the police to the body and the killer. Author Sherry Blanton Bahm is a real life version of Blanchett's character. She has received images about murder victims and details her role in these cases in her new book, A Tool of God: What Does it Mean to be a Tool of God (now available through 1stBooks).
Stories from the Living Room - New Book Offers Stories Detailing Life in Old West
SAINT HELENA, Calif., Oct. 27, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Before the dawn of television and the warm buzz of the radio, in the days of the Old West, families gathered around the living room after meals to tell stories late into the night. This tradition has been lost in the glow of the television and drowned out by the commotion of today's technological gadgets. Jon Garate wants to take readers back to a simpler time, when the air was clean and the work hard, but the payoff was rewarding with his new book, Stories from the Living Room: A Narrative History of the Last Days of the Old West (now available through 1stBooks).
Taking Action Against Extremists - New novel tells of plan to eliminate extremists in government
FLORENCE, S.C., Oct. 27, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- High-powered New York financier Boone "Peck" Reynolds has had enough of those running the United States. Along with two anonymous associates, he undertakes a self-appointed mission to send a clear message to radical extremists and their political supporters, who he believes are pushing their own agenda on the nation. Author G. Lee Greer's new novel, Justice Regained (now available through 1stBooks), tells Peck's story and his murderous quest to eliminate extremists.