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In Print – May 2017

By Kayla Hancock –  Sacred Geometry of Nature: Journey on the Path of the Divine  by Francene Hart (Bear & Company, $35, Hardcover)  This book contains over 80 beautiful illustrations created by Francene Hart. She shares her creative journey with readers through her art, and recounts her life experiences that have influenced her work over ...

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In Print – April 2017

by Kayla Hancock –  The Ride, the Rose, and the Resurrection: A True Story about Crisis, Faith, and Survival by David Charles Stieler (iUniverse, $22.95, Paperback)   This memoir tells the story of a hit-and-run accident that forever changed the lives of David Stieler and his wife, Carole. They enjoyed adventuring together ...

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In Print – December 2016

By Kayla Hancock The (not so) Little Book of Surprises by Deirdre Hade and William Arntz (Waterside, $18.95, Hardcover) This book is a whimsical mixture of art types. The beautiful words of author and poet Deirdre Hade, and graphics by Endre Balogh, will really give you the feels (a wave ...

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In Print – November 2016

By Kayla Hancock Alpha Beta Zero to Zillion Word Codes for Numbers by Dr. Godwin Lekwuwa (AuthorHouse UK, $18.24, Paperback) People have been curious about the idea of converting numbers into words for centuries. In this book, Dr. Godwin Lekwuwa introduces the user-friendly ABZZ word code system that can convert ...

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In Print – October 2016

By Kayla Hancock   What Now! : A Pivotal Story of Love, Family, and the Miracle of People by Chrissie Betlach Vinje (Balboa Press, $28.99, Paperback) Chrissie Vinje reveals what her family endures after her husband, Tom Vinje, develops brain cancer. Included are journal entries by the author, and guestbook ...

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In Print – September 2016

By Kayla Hancock Moving Beyond Duality: Enough for Us All, Volume Three, by Dorothy I. Riddle (iUniverse, $20.99, Paperback) Less than five percent of the population is free of prejudice. The dualistic “us”/“them” thinking still occupies a lot of our minds, causing us to depersonalize ourselves through bigotry, objectification, stereotyping, ...

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In Print – August 2016

By Kayla Hancock Joy on Demand: The Art of Discovering the Happiness Within, by Chade-Meng Tan (HarperOne, $26.99, Hardcover) In this book, Chade-Meng Tan shows readers how to unlock the innate happiness that we each hold within us. Tan tells readers how to upgrade their happiness set point to achieve ...

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In Print – July 2016

By Kayla Hancock  A Way to God: Thomas Merton's Creation Spirituality Journey, by Matthew Fox (New World Library, $18.95, Paperback) When Matthew Fox was asked to speak about legendary Catholic monk and writer, Thomas Merton, he did not realize how inspired he would be. To honor Merton’s centennial year of ...

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In Print – June 2016

By Kayla Hancock   Beyond the Comfort Zone: The War That Never Ends, by Frank Wilkins (Xlibris, $19.99, Paperback) Do you ever wonder why our world is currently experiencing so much turmoil? In a place where politics has toyed with our morality, war cries run rampant, and bureaucracies have taken ...

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