I had hoped this book would discuss spiritualism - topics including reincarnation, communication with the dead, spirit guides etc., unfortunately, it does not. It consistently refers to the author's other book "A Course In Miracles" which seems to heavily emphasizes a renewed approach to the teachings of Jesus. You may perhaps find it interesting in this regard, but if you are in search of a "Sylvia Browne" type book, you will find little, if anything, of interest in this book.
I have read and listened to many books on writing and this is by far and away among the best. I do not give 5 stars to any book lightly. Stein is an excellent writer and teacher. If you want to improve your writing, you won't find anything much better than this - it is equal to "On Writing" by William Zissnar and "The Elements of Style
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