Popular psychic medium Rebecca Rosen’s fresh and hip prescriptive program empowers readers to heighten their intuition, connect with deceased loved ones, and surpass the psychological roadblocks holding them back.In Spirited, readers learn how to dig into their past to identify the root of the “damage” that’s keeping them from living their best lives.
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It could be a cloud in the shape of a loved one's face or an extremely relevant song playing on the radio at the exact time of a friend's death - if we allow ourselves to stop, look, and listen, we can identify what spiritual teacher Ann Bolinger-McQuade calls personal oracles. When we tune into these subtle messages from Spirit, we will discover guidance for navigating life's most trying situations.
Kaye Gibbons talks about her long awaited sequel to the beloved favorite Ellen Foster. Interviewed by Elissa Schappell. Selections read by Andrea Marcovicci.
What makes your ears pop in an elevator? What makes air balloons float up to the sky? Find out all the things amazing air can do in this fun book.
Sharik can't wait to tell Grand about what she learned in school today. No matter where we live, all people need certain things to live a good life on earth. Things like food, water, clothing, and shelter. And one thing more. Grand is going to teach Sharik about something that is really important, all around the world - love.
Fifteen hot, adults-only sex stories of crazy, twisted lust in foreign lands, with same sex partners, in groups, for kinks. This erotica short story collection brings you a wide variety of sex stories. This includes: "Caribbean Beach Romeo:" Beth just wanted to lay in the sun and feel sorry for herself. Romeo, his lilting accent, gleaming black skin, and muscular body, convinces Beth her sex appeal continues. And many more....
Everybody has one. It's called a "haunt detector". It's the little alarm that goes off in our heads whenever we detect that something mysterious or supernatural has occurred. You could be sitting around relaxing, and for no special reason you start thinking about someone. Then the phone rings; you pick it up, and amazingly, it's that person! Many of us have experienced this phenomenon.What is it? Anthony DeStefano answers this compelling question in his fascinating new book, The Invisible World.
This sequel to Gibbons' beloved classic Ellen Foster stands on its own as an unforgettable portrait of a redoubtable adolescent making herself up out of whole cloth. Now 15, Ellen is settled into a permanent home with a new mother. Strengthened by adversity and blessed with enough intelligence to design a salvation for herself, she still feels ill at ease in the world.
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