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Book Reviews-In Print

In Print – September 2020

By Kayla Hancock Reconnecting with Your Estranged Adult Child: Practical Tips and Tools to Heal Your Relationship, by Tina Gilbertson (New World Library, $17.95, Paperback) In this book, psychotherapist Tina Gilbertson shares how she counsels parents who have cut off contact with their children. She shares her techniques that are both …

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In Print – July 2020

By Kayla Hancock The Forever Angels: Near-Death Experiences in Childhood and Their Lifelong Impact, by P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D. (Bear & Company, $18.00, Paperback) “Forever Angels” is how P. M. H. Atwater describes young children who have had near-death experiences. Atwater refers to them as such because when young …

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In Print – May 2020

By Kayla Hancock Moon Magic: A Handbook of Lunar Cycles, Lore, and Mystical Energies, by Aurora Kane (Wellfleet, $18.99, Hardcover) In this Mystical Handbook Series book, Aurora Kane shares in-depth information about the various phases of the Moon—including each phases’ themes and associated rituals. Additionally, she shares sacred knowledge about …

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In Print – March 2020

By Kayla Hancock The Angel Experiment: A 21-Day Magical Adventure to Heal Your Life, by Corin Grillo (New World Library, $15.95, Paperback) Having directly experienced divine intervention in her own life, Corin Grillo feels it is important that she share her knowledge of the angels with others. She teaches readers …

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In Print – December 2019

By Kayla Hancock The Last Unknowns: Deep, Elegant, Profound Unanswered Questions About the Universe, the Mind, the Future of Civilization, and the Meaning of Life, by John Brockman (William Morrow Paperbacks, $16.99, Paperback) John Brockman shares the final edition of his “Edge Questions” book series that started over 10 years …

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In Print – October 2019

By Kayla Hancock Be, Awake, Create: Mindful Practices to Spark Creativity, by Rebekah Younger, MFA (Reveal Press, $19.95, Paperback) Creativity always has an ebb and flow. Rebekah Younger seeks to help those whose creative impulses have stagnated, by sharing practices that will help readers break out of limiting patterns of …

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