|ARS METAPHYSICA – Bestsellers for December 2018 (by Revenue)|
|1||NEW||Remove the Thorns from Your Life||John Wayfarer||Buddhist Philosophy|
|2||2||The ABCs of Narcissism||Michele Hoffer||Relationships|
|3||3||Jesus the Phoenician||Karim el Koussa||Religious History|
|4||1||The Phoenician Code||Karim el Koussa||Metaphysical Fiction|
|5||8||Pythagoras the Mathemagician||Karim el Koussa||Historical Fiction|
|6||10||Living in the Afterlife||Michele Livingston||Metaphysical|
|7||4||Der Lange Verborgene Freund||John George Hohman||Folk Magic|
|8||9||Inspirational Creatures||Michele Livingston||Metaphysical|
|9||5||The Complete Story of the Worldwide Invasion of the Orange Orbs||Terry Ray||Paranormal|
|10||—||Stalked by a Demon||Tess Rutjens||Paranormal|
LOS ANGELES, CA – Sunbury Press has released The Dream Alchemist: A woman’s search for love, bliss, and freedom across India, time, and dreams by Anna-Karin Bjorklund under its Ars Metaphysica imprint.
About the Book:
On the outside her life looks picture perfect. She has an admirable career with adventurous travels around the world, but on the inside she is consumed by a restless anxiety, and yearns for something more in her life. Listening to an inner calling, she sets off on an intrepid adventure to southern India, where she hopes to find golden bliss. In The Dream Alchemist, Anna-Karin Bjorklund gives a refreshing, moving and humorous account of her personal story. Through her enticing writing we get to partake in her remarkable journey first hand, and experience the miraculous freedom that comes from stepping into our power, listening to our dreams, and believing in ourselves. A charming story of love and devotion, this delightful memoir is filled with laughter, mystery, and golden treasures.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
A life-long dreamer, Anna-Karin Bjorklund is an internationally renowned dream expert and writer, and is also the author of Dream Guidance: Interpret Your Dreams and Create the Life You Desire. She joyously shares her passion for dreams and soul growth with audiences near and far, and has been interviewed by major magazines, and appeared on Fox News and The Steve Harvey TV Show.
Anna-Karin loves traveling and exploring other cultures and has lived in five countries. She holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University in Orange, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism Management from the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Anna-Karin is an active member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams where she currently serves as Executive Officer and Secretary of the Board. Originally from Sweden, she resides in Southern California with her daughter and their bi-lingual French Bulldog.
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MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Susan Kiskis’ visionary memoir Born Fire Dragon.
About the Book:
Susan always knew her family was different. Whether it stemmed from an unusual and often complicated childhood, or from her experiences with the “other side,” Susan lived on the outskirts of a normal life. As a young mother, she naively navigated the dating world, while stretching the boundaries of her ability to find her calling. Through trial and error, she found love in all the wrong places until, one day, she discovered where true love originated from.
You’d think that being a child of a conservative family living in New York, with a Yugoslavian immigrant mother and World War II veteran father would make Susan’s life interesting enough. However, add a dash of coffee cup readings, a tablespoon of past life memories, and stir in a grown intuitive woman who survived the dating world, and you have a cup of New Age angst.
Born on a full moon, under the Chinese year of the Fire Dragon,Born Fire Dragon follows Susan on the marvelous ride of life.
It’s Nathan Lane. He’s looking at me. I mean I know it’s really not Nathan Lane, but my brain can’t interpret infinite power and knowledge, so it’s giving me Nathan Lane.
I’m in a dream of sorts and here is the Tony award-winning actor from The Bird Cage, and Carrie’s good friend from Sex in the Citywho was gay, but decided to marry a straight woman. Nathan Lane, dressed up in a white suit that shimmers in the light surrounding him, is what my brain has decided God looks like. He stands there patiently waiting for me, flashing that bright Broadway smile. Where are we? Standing on clouds that don’t really look all together like puffs of condensed air and water? Instead, I realize we are in the place between heaven and earth—the place where sometimes, during deep meditations, I meet those from the other side. It’s like a popular coffee house where there is no limit to slices of zen and good company. He’s waiting for me.
Nathan Lane (aka God) asks, “So, do you want to stay or do you want to go?”
I knew this moment was coming for about a year now. I could feel it in my bones. I had hoped to be awake for this moment, to make a conscious choice, but here I was, my soul standing before him while my body was nestled under an abundance of covers and pushed up against my husband Charlie.
“I need time to think,” I said. Stupid. Stupid. This is what happens when you allow your soul to do the talking. Time. Time for what?
I used to be painfully afraid of death. Even though I had these experiences that all added up to me knowing there was more aside from this so-called-life on Earth, I had no need to go. Been there, done that, many times I was sure. However, in the past year I started to make peace with the concept of death. I allowed it to creep up on me like a good story, wiggle its way into my mind and settle comfortably there. Now I was deciding whether I was fine with death, right here in this moment. Was I ready to go?
I read somewhere once, perhaps in a Sylvia Brown book, that we have a certain number of “outs” in our lives. “Outs” are choices as to whether we wanted to stay or go. I guess here was another “out” option for me. I didn’t want to take this option. I want to grow old well into my nineties and squeeze the nectar out of life. Left up to my soul now, would I make the same decision my mind would make?
I know death well. I’ve seen its face three times in my personal life and many times with others. Death and I, we’re old buddies.
About the Author:
Susan Kiskis is a yoga instructor, energy worker, and intuitive guide. While Susan’s path started as a child in New York City, her quest for the answers to life’s biggest questions took a turn when she was twenty. She studied Buddhism, Hinduism, and other religions before starting on a path to learning the healing arts and yoga. She has been certified in over fifteen areas of holistic healing and has taught at conferences, classes, and workshops on the East Coast. Susan’s community activism has led to the creation of events celebrating Earth Day and International Women’s Day. A freelance writer and former politician, Susan owns a yoga studio in Mechanicsburg, PA, where she lives with her husband, daughter and lots of pups and kitties.
Kiskis is available for interviews and appearances. For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews, and/or book signings, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Born Fire Dragon
Authored by Susan Kiskis
List Price: $14.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
Sunbury Press, Inc.
BISAC: Body, Mind & Spirit / Inspiration & Personal Growth
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