After a week of camping and returning to a lonesome kitty who won’t leave my side (or lap) I am in allergy hell and can’t manage to put a coherent thought together for this blog.
I went for my allergy shots today and the nurse sent me back home to take some Benadryl and maybe come back on Friday. It’s pretty sad, but sometimes our bodies just demand a little downtime.
I’m also pausing because………. The book is coming out this month!!!!!
The anticipation is killing me, but here’s the info that the publisher has sent out announcing the imminent release of Manifest Divinity.
Manifest Divinity Book Information
8 Rowley Grove, Stafford, ST17 9BJ, UK
Published August 2012
Catalogue Number: MB157
Price: £9.99; $18.99; $15.90 AusD; $15.90 CanD
Cover Artist: Storm Constantine/Danielle Lainton
Editor: Marianne Braendlin
Interior Layout: Taylor Ellwood
Many people in today’s world are searching for something to fill a spiritual need. We are yearning for a more personal relationship with the Divine. We long for the magic, the Awe of a fulfilling spiritual life.
Manifest Divinity is about welcoming the Divine into our lives. Honoring the individual’s personal relationship with the Divine, we explore the many opportunities for Divine presence in our daily lives. Not only is this book an overview of the different ways the Divine may manifest, but it is also a beginning tool to enhance the developing personal relationship between the reader and Divine.
Awe is heavily underrated, but it is a sign of Divine presence. The author’s intention with this book is to open up the readers understanding of the wide variety of Divine presence while respecting their personal religious framework. You might say she is on a mission to promote Awe-some-ness and bring enchantment back into our daily lives.
Reviews, Interviews and Bookings: Contact Publicity Rep: Larisa Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org
More next week on both the trip and the book.