Barbara Sinor on “Finding Destiny” with Cyrus Webb

Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Barbara Sinor to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her book FINDING DESTINY.

Luana, a retired psychotherapist in southern California, discovers a novel about a girl living in England in the 1970s who has been raped. As Luana devours the book, she and the young woman each share their search for the innermost harbor of women’s life choices. Even though they live in separate countries and bridge many decades in time, their individual exploration of metaphysics, spirituality, and women’s rights culminates in a mysterious friendship.


Finding Destiny invites us to find inspiration and to remember the interconnectedness of all things. One question asks the reader, ‘When we fall in love, where does the love come from?’ This in itself is a great starting point for a reading group; I would love to discuss this question with the author straight away. Finding Destiny addresses the reader’s self-awareness, and Sinor nudges us gently to continue our journey of finding our own personal destiny. Reading the book felt like watching a movie; nail-biting moments, tears, and goosebumps–all the ingredients a good Hollywood movie needs!”
–Barbara Patterson, Soul Matters Radio, Germany

Finding Destiny is an engaging book, exploring connections of people separated by time and space. As a woman who has experienced unplanned pregnancy, I was especially appreciative of the exploration of this theme.”
–Juanita Emery, M.A., Health Practitioner

Finding Destiny is the story of two women whose challenges and triumphs mirror each other in many ways. It is also about transformation and how to achieve it. Through this fictional story, Sinor offers an introduction to metaphysical principles that become the foundation for both women’s strength and power.”
–Reverend Margaret Flick, Unity Minister

Finding Destiny goes beneath the skin, down to the internal turmoil and sacrifices of two women a half century and oceans apart as they, with their best conscience, make life-changing decisions.”
–Mary Catherine O’Heart, RN

Learn more at www.DrSinor.com
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Dr. Laurie Zelinger and Illustrator Ann Israeli stop by #ConversationsLIVE 09/12 by Cyrus Webb | Books Podcasts

Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Dr. Laurie Zelinger and illustrator Ann Israeli to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what it’s been like for them to address important topics for young readers and to see how they are sparking much-needed conversations. Their new book is called PLEASE EXPLAIN TERRORISM TO ME.

Source: Dr. Laurie Zelinger and Illustrator Ann Israeli stop by #ConversationsLIVE 09/12 by Cyrus Webb | Books Podcasts

When the main character turns out to be an author herself

Author Barbara Sinor’s newest book Finding Destiny features a main character who is also an author!

Writing poetry always came easily to me as a child. I would sit and write dozens of poems about my special world, wondering all the while about the forbidden adult world I witnessed around me. As I matured, my poems took on a questioning flavor. I questioned my visible world and pondered the unseen worlds I read about in futuristic books telling of altered consciousness and the paranormal. As I was writing my novel, Finding Destiny, it was clear to me that both of my heroines would be writers, perhaps even published authors.

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Find your way to happiness with Diane Wing

Author, teacher, and perspective changer Diane Wing, M.A. enjoys exploring the mysteries of life and the way that people experience themselves and the world around them.  She’s a wiz at helping people find their Inner Magick to help them be happy in the present while creating their ideal future. Diane Wing created a body of work through her books, school, and games focused on knowing the self at a deep level in order to build self-trust and self-confidence.  Her latest book is The Happiness Perspective: Seeing Your Life Differently available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.com. Diane is an avid reader, bibliophile, lover of trees, and a lifelong learner. She and her husband are pet parents to a sweet little Shih Tzu.  Find out more and listen to Wing Academy Radio at www.DianeWing.com

Alan Smith’s “How to Unbreak Your Health, 2nd Edition”

 

Find better health with your map to the world of complementary and alternative therapies in this comprehensive health and wellness guide for mind, body, and spirit.
Are you sinking into the Quicksand of Pain? Are you stranded in the Mountains of Misery or simply lost in a Forest of Symptoms? Find your way to Hope with the second edition of the award-winning book How To UnBreak Your Health: Your Map to the World of Complementary and Alternative Therapies. Discover how your body, mind and energy/spirit can work together to produce better health. Learn how to take charge of your health and find your path to the best health possible.

Video review – Please Explain “Terrorism” to Me! by Laurie Zelinger, PhD

Lady Lilith writes:

Please Explain Terrorism to Me is a really important book to read to kids. I remember growing up, when terrorism was less, I had a friend who had a cousin who was attacked in Iran. With the increase of attacks and hatred lately, it is important to make kids aware on an age appropriate level. Please Explain Terrorism to Me is a very open book that starts off with the basics allowing the parents to fill in all of the important details.

Complemented by exquisite, colorful artwork, Dr. Zelinger skillfully crafts an easily relatable children’s story using everyday situations, around the oppressive concept of Terrorism in the news. With masterful understanding of the child’s world, new and frightening concepts are introduced carefully and gently, with the child’s perspective in mind. Dr. Zelinger provides parent coaching to further the dialogue in her P-E-A-R-L-S of Wisdom section (Prepare, Explain, Answer, Reassure, Listen, Safeguard) where caregivers are given scripts to guide them, as well room for individuality. This pioneer book helps children and parents face a critical, often avoided topic with reassurance and calm.