Survival of the Fittest by: Jacqui Murray

This is part of a series. What’s that about?

Survival of the Fittest is Book 1 in the Crossroads series and part of the Man vs. Nature saga. It delves into man’s ability to survive the unsurvivable, make decisions that could kill him, and makes plans contrary to his instincts. […]

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How we co-authored Einstein’s Compass a YA Time Traveler Adventure

Grace: In honor of my relationship to the Mystical Traveler and the blessings I have received through the teachings of MSIA, I wanted to write a novel that expressed the forty-six years of what I knew of God, the Mystical Travelers and the invisible. I wrote to John-Roger in 2012 requesting the inner guidance to […]

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Is Ophelia Hamlet’s ‘Holy Grail’?

By: Paul Hunting, Author Shakespeare’s Revelation

The drowning of Ophelia: its mystical symbolism revealed “Nymph, in thy orisons, be all my sins remembered.” – Hamlet







Hidden in the symbolism and word-play of Shakespeare’s plays is the most important (forbidden) truth about who we really are and why we’re […]

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Authors Reading Book Review Einstein's Compass

EINSTEIN’ S COMPASS by Grace Blair and Laren Bright is an exciting YA novel that weaves the life and discoveries of Albert Einstein with the eternal battle of good and evil. Blair and Bright introduce an evil entity into their novel that is destined to become Einstein’s nemesis. This dark power is named Raka and […]

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EINSTEIN’S COMPASS Review Poem by Betty Jo Tucker

EINSTEIN’S COMPASS: A YA Time Traveler Adventure by Grace Blair and Laren Bright

Review Poem by Betty Jo Tucker

Thrilling to read this story told

with such suspense. It’s very bold.

Albert Einstein and time travel

put us under a wondrous […]

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How to Purchase a Kindle Book as a Gift

You can give most Kindle books available in the Kindle Store as a gift to anyone with an email address. You can send or receive Kindle books as gifts even if you do not own an Amazon device. Recipients can read a Kindle book gift on a supported Amazon device or Kindle reading app. […]

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What is a Mystic?

During the 15th Century, the Spanish Inquisition punished people who had otherworldly experiences with God. Anyone who was a healer or had intuitive knowledge of God was burned at the stake. According to the church, the only way a person could hear the word of God was through a priest or minister. Today the term […]

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Are you shouting out your #1 status?

Since Amazon changed its policy to allow third-party sellers to run rampant over author sales pages, I discovered Amazon’s Marketplace has little control over what the sellers charge. The new book price of ten dollars competed with the lower priced used copies of my non-fiction book,”Do You Have a Dream Workbook 5 Keys to Realize […]

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  • That is just amazing. I assume this applies just to selling the book, not quoting, meaning you still need the citation if they’re quoting from your book. But the sale is bad enough. I’m glad you dug into this, Grace.

    Don’t know how I missed this post. I remember it coming in on my email but for some reason I didn’t click through. Hmm….

  • My books are selling in many countries for huge amounts yet my publisher
    says I never sold one book. How can that be? What is your experience
    with Authorhouse a publisher? Thanks so much for the above article on
    Third Party Sellers. I posted on my Facebook where I write articles, poetry
    and blog. We have a huge amount of talent here.

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Born in a Treacherous Time (Man vs. Nature Book 1)

I am offering my blog to my friend Jacqui Murray to assist her in launching her latest creation, “Born in a Treacherous Time”. Jacqui will post a question on this blog on Monday, June 11, 2018. Join in the fun by signing up for my blog.

Jacqui Murray is a prolific author an adjunct professor […]

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Americans are more anxious than before

39 percent of Americans report feeling more anxious than this time last year. by Pathdoc/

Jacek Debiec, University of Michigan

Americans are becoming more anxious about their safety, health, finances, politics and relationships, a new online poll from the American Psychiatric Association finds. Compared to the results of a similar poll a year earlier, […]

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