Thursday, February 6, 2014

WITS Announcements February 2014

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Read the first chapter for free and then decide if you want to download the 3-hour-long MP3 audio book of More Than Meets the Eye ~ True Stories about Death, Dying, and Afterlife for only $7.00.
The Dream Quest One Poetry & Writing Contest is open to anyone who loves expressing innermost thoughts and feelings into the beautiful art of poetry or writing a story that is worth telling everyone. Write a poem or a short story for a chance to win cash prizes! All works must be original. Visit our website for details on how to enter:
A book is being written by Yvonne Perry with the contributions of those who have been using light language or have recently discovered that they have this ability. Please subscribe to We Are One in Spirit blog to get announcements as the project advances toward publishing.

It is our linear thinking that keeps us locked in a shallow understanding of who we are as spirit beings. While familiar things may help us feel safe, they can limit us from communicating on a deep soul level with our Creator. It is when we bypass human reasoning, if only for a brief moment, that we tap into realm where we join with something so pure and wonderful that it defies logical explanation. It is these moments that allow us to know that our experiences in those dimensions are more real than our daily lives, which greatly ignore the divine aspect of who we are. Light is the language of the soul. It allows us to communicate directly with Source without the interference of the mind while activating codes to assist with healing on all levels. Discover the sacred and artistic tool for restoration and ascension.

For centuries, we have used brain-to-brain connection with one another through our logic and intellect. In recent decades we have moved from a database of information previously accepted as truth to a place of “knowing from the heart” in a more loving and accepting way. At the end of 2013, many people activated what is known as light language, which is a form of telepathy that can help us connect soul to soul. This is a step toward the oneness and wholeness we wish to create on Earth.

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Each story in The Sid Series ~ A Collection of Holistic Stories for Children focuses on life skills such as environmental awareness, helping others, being true to one’s self, overcoming fear, and following inner guidance.
Anjuelle Floyd’s latest novel, "When the Drum Major Died," is set to debut on February 1st, 2014!

Synopsis of When the Drum Major Died

December 28th, 1967.

America has taken a respite from the heated protests and firebombing that engulfed the nation the previous summer.

Martin Luther King, Jr. has begun laying out plans for his Poor People’s Campaign.

Florina Gavin Austin, two days married, has moved across state to Poinsettia, North Carolina where she will begin a new life as Mrs. Redmond Austin.

On approach to the house where she and her husband will live, Florina spies a woman sitting on the steps and smoking a cigarette.

“You must be Redmond’s new wife,” the woman says. “All of Poinsettia’s been talking about you.” Failing to introduce herself, the woman stands, flicks cigarette buts behind the shrubbery, and proceeds into what will become Florina’s new home.

The woman’s uncanny knowledge of the space that Florina will inhabit with her new husband leaves Florina feeling more than ill at ease.

Following the benediction at Sunday services, Florina witnesses the woman she will come to know as Agnes, caress Redmond’s cheek. The look in Redmond’s eyes betrays longing.

Agnes’ words to Redmond in a letter confirm Florina’s fears, “I will always love you.”

They also force Florina to confront her own secrets–her first marriage, one that neither her parents nor Redmond know of.

Florina and Agnes are neighbors. Their houses stand next to each other. Their husbands, Negro doctors in Poinsettia, hold prominent positions in the social and political life of their community. As their wives, Florina and Agnes occupy positions of similar regard.

When Agnes flees to Memphis and joins the Sanitation Workers Protests, all are aghast, none more than Florina. Yet she holds empathy for Agnes, respects Agnes’ strength in standing up for what she and all Negroes across America believe and desire: Civil Rights for their people in America.

As they move towards the fateful day, April 4th, 1968, when a great statesman of America, perhaps the greatest ever, will be killed, Florina learns that marriage exposes the vulnerabilities of all who pledge their trough and body. It casts an even greater shadows upon the ones who vow love unto death, and do not deliver what they have promised.

When the Drum Major Died shows what happens when we resist change in favor of worn out tradition, but also what can and does occur when we open our hearts and embrace the words, “ … be first in love … be first in generosity … He who is greatest among you shall be your servant. …

Visit Anjuelle’s website to learn more

Whose Stuff Is This? Finding Freedom from the Thoughts, Feelings, and Energy of Those around You is a guide-book for empathic people who have been unknowingly carrying energetic burdens that belong to someone else. See all purchasing options at
WITS congratulates Emmy Gatrell on the release of her novel, Meanmna: Book One of the Daearen Realms.

Seventeen-year-old Sarette has always thought of her life as average, even a bit boring. She does well in school, has a loving mother and a loyal best friend, Matthew. Of course, she has her problems as well—cold Michigan winters, a long-lost father she knows nothing about, and the lack of a boyfriend. She also has the vague sensation that she is being watched by some unseen entity, but figures that means she’s average and crazy. But, as she is about to find out, nothing is further from the truth. For her “observer” is the gorgeous and gallant knight, Elwin, and she is not just any teenager, but Princess Sarette -- the half-human, half-fey heiress to the kingdom of the Spirit Fey.

Elwin has come ensure Sarette’s safe journey the fey realm, where she is expected to become queen and restore balance between that world and this one. It also means she must also find a “worthy” mate, ASAP, and make him her king. The problem is, she is already in love with Elwin, and he with her.

As Sarette struggles to say goodbye to her mother and head to a strange new world, the powers of darkness are amassing against her. She and Elwin will have to use all their strength, passion, and of course, magical powers, so Sarette can claim her rightful destiny and save her people from extinction.
State of Appreciation is a free weekly online newsletter that blends practical and spiritual approaches to enhance personal power and self-realization. This publication offers empowering articles, gifts, and free contemporary and classic empowerment downloads at
Second Wind Publishing is accepting short stories, essays and poetry for its upcoming anthology, Wind Through an Open Door. All submissions should deal with the question: what happens to us when we pass from this life? Remembrances of lost loved ones, personal experiences, profound recognitions of the afterlife (or its absence)—regardless of religious persuasion—are all welcome. There is no cost to submit an entry. There is a maximum of 7000 words for essays or short stories. All entries must be submitted no later than March 10, 2014. Those whose work is included in the anthology will receive two contributor copies. Additional copies will be available for purchase, with contributors receiving a 60% discount. Submissions and questions should be sent to
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Hal Manogue’s new novel, Bed Bosh & Beyond- A True Enough Story, is now in print!

Foreword from Bed Bosh & Beyond

Hal Manogue is a multi-faceted writer. Poetry, prose, pithy sayings...he has covered a lot of territory with his bright mind and keen observations of life. I've been privileged to observe his unfoldment as a poet and author of several fine books. His intelligence is obvious.

In his last book, The Butterfly Ball, he brought up some tough issues that made the reader confront their own dark corners. He showed us that we might not be able to control what happens to us, but we have the free will to choose how we take it. That book won an award as a result of its raw honesty and reminder of what we can do with our lives regardless of circumstances.

In Manogue's latest book, Bed, Bosh, and Beyond, he takes us a step further in the process of how we live our lives. Here, we confront the ultimate challenge - death - and we are introduced to Rob, a man who has lived life on his own terms, died, and is brought through a life review whereby he sees segments of his life interspersed with commentary from his afterlife guide played by none other than his hero, George Carlin. Through reflection and insight into behavioral patterns and attitudes expressed throughout his life, Rob comes to a full awareness of the unity of all life regardless of its multiplicity in expression. As readers, we are given an opportunity to reflect upon our own lives and how our attitudes shape us and confine us. Bed, Bosh, and Beyond is in actuality a primer for living...and as we share in his story, we can reshape our own.

This is a book that is about much more than the storyline would suggest. As we read it, we can work out our own redemption right here, right now. We don't need to die in order to learn how to live.

To learn more about Bed, Bosh, and Beyond visit

Shifting into Purer Consciousness ~ Integrating Spiritual Transformation with the Human Experience is about how to embrace multidimensional frequencies, lessen physical and emotional symptoms of rapid spiritual ascension, and offers tips to make the ascension process easier and quicker.

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