E-cubedAs if E-Squared wasn’t enough, E-Cubed is Pam Grout’s follow-up book on daily applications of proving to ourselves that we do, in fact, create our own reality each and every day.  Yep, that’s right: that’s actually my own self I am talking to, literally, when I say, “Go ahead…make my day.”

Dirty Harry remind us to give each day our best shot
Give each day your best shot

In E-Cubed, there are nine more experiments to easily play with that prove we are each individual manifestation mavens. They are simple yet profound, and you will feel your individual power, universal connection, and inherent cosmic value just as you are. You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain.

Each chapter is Manifestation 201 to the previous book’s Manifestation 101. This time there are again helpful lab sheets to help you prove, track, and understand your experience. There are also a ton of nifty quotes, which are helpful, connecting, and applicable.  With the addition of anecdotal stories from the general population’s sharing of their first book’s experiences, the reader gets a broader perspective of just what can happen for their own self.

It’s not necessary to have read the first book before reading this one — but you would really be missing out on some other amazing stuff, so I encourage you to read both. Pam’s writing style is personable and engaging.  After reading this book, I want to hang out with her even more, and together turn water into wine.

I received this book from Hay House in exchange for my honest opinion of it. Honestly, when this title became available I was so excited that I could barely stay inside my own skin!  And it did not disappoint.  Thanks, Pam.  Thanks, Hay House.

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The Big Book of Angel Tarot

The Big Book of Angel Tarot, by Doreen Virtue and Radleigh Valentine, is a fabulous Cover of bookcompendium of the Angel Tarot Cards.

I’ll be honest–I already had this lovely deck, and I dragged my feet on looking at this book because I thought the descriptions printed on the individual cards were more than sufficient.  Okay, it’s true that they are, but WOW is this book an amazing companion to the cards! My understanding of what each card signifies as well as how to interpret them has expanded tremendously from reading this guide.

I appreciate the given background of Tarot, and how the authors arrived at creating this deck. The description of a person on a journey and how the card meanings then apply was especially enlightening for me, and it made the learning stick. Support for how to give readings and use various spreads is encouraging and uplifting. This guide will help those who are interested in Angel Tarot as a profession, as well as anyone who is interested in it personally.

An aspect of this book that I especially appreciate is the nitty gritty of what each individual card has to say. Along with the big-picture processes, this book is an in-depth reference tool for every single card in the deck. I will come back to this book again and again for deeper personal understanding.

Anyone who has even a passing interest in either Tarot, Angels, or intuitive guidance will benefit from this book (and deck).  If you have the cards, go get this book right now!  If you don’t have the deck, I highly recommend getting one along with this book. (The holidays are coming, treat yourself to a gift!)

You don’t need to begin your Dreamer’s Journey, you are already on one. This book will help you understand yourself and others along the way.

I received this book from Hay House in a fair exchange of my honest opinion for it, as part of their Book Nook blogger program.

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Conversations with History

Book cover for Conversations with HistoryConversations with History by Susan Lander is a unique glimpse into historical personalities, messages from the other side, and modern-day meduimship.

The author shares twenty-two individual interviews with a wide variety of personas, all of whom have a drive to share their hugely relevant insights for those of us in the here and now.

The book is a fascinating read with a wonderful flow.  I felt as if I was sitting right there with the author as she visited with each person, in my own living room.  Along with the interview, each chapter includes background information as well as further reading for each historical figure–and all are incredibly interesting and varied. I was familiar with some, but not all, of the characters, and after reading this book I have incredible respect for each of them.

Every interviewee’s message is truly relevant to our lives today, both specifically and as a whole.  Personally, there were direct reminders and messages that spoke to exact situations that I am currently experiencing.  To those souls, and to the author, I say thank you–messages received and greatly appreciated!

Not everyone Susan Lander wanted to interview made it into this first book–and I look forward to more volumes! I wondered about the reasoning of selecting 22, and if it had any relation to numerology. (Mr. Poe, I very much look forward to reading your interview soon!) Hopefully this is the beginning of many such published collaborations between the author and historical figures.

It does not matter whether you believe this work of authorship to be a true accounting or complete and total fiction, you will both benefit and be positively changed by reading it. The messages transcend your acceptance of the format: why not give it a whirl?

I was not financially compensated for this review. Hay House gifted me my choice of this book in exchange for my honest opinion of it, through their Book Nook blogger program. 

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Strong Winds From Nowhere


Strong Winds From NowhereStrong Winds From Nowhere is a fiction story by Ronit Galapo.  It is the story of Tasha, a young girl who is beautiful and wise beyond her years, and her journey to both discover her humanity and embrace the challenge of her destiny.

The story is inspiring and empowering through weaving fantasy, wisdom, and courage.  It tells as a parable, in order to show a Truth.  I can’t help but feel like I am on the edge of understanding as I read the book, but that I just couldn’t quite catch the full message.  Perhaps this is a story to be read and re-read, with each encounter opening the door a bit broader to understanding.

The story is a quick read which flows very well and captured me; in many areas I found myself wondering more about the characters and events. However, parables seem to be pointed and economical with words, and such is the same for this story.

Hay House gifted me this book of my choice in exchange for my thoughts about it, as part of the Book Nook Blogger program. 

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