A Thousand Voices reviewed in the Deseret News

A Thousand Voices - Jeri Parker

Huge congratulations to Jeri Parker on the fine review in the Salt Lake City Deseret News!

‎”…there is a lesson to be learned from this glimpse inside Carlos’ life. That lesson speaks to all of us about the limitless nature of compassion and of the power of the human voice and spirit.”

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Jeffrey Rubin to speak on The Art of Flourishing

The Art Of Flourishing

Come hear Jeffrey Rubin discuss his life-changing book, The Art of Flourishing at the New York Insight Meditation Center on Friday.

For more information visit the New York Insight Meditation Center website.

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Congratulations, Kristen!

The Way

“This imaginative novel may make you a believer.”
Kristen Wolf’s newly published novel, The Way, will be featured in September’s O Magazine!

Visit Kristen’s website

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Jeffrey B. Rubin’s Book Launch

The Art Of Flourishing

If you are free tonight, check out Jeffrey Rubin at the Tibet House. Details can be found here: http://www.tibethouse.us/programs/full-calendar/view/581294/114

Congratulations to Jeffrey on the launch of his book The Art of Flourishing!

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Glen Scott Allen pens guest column in Guide to Literary Agents

The Shadow WarA guest column (“Thriller Writing: The Dos, The Don’ts, and The Don’t Even Think About Its“) by Glen Scott Allen, author of The Shadow War, appears in Guide to Literary Agents.

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Where the Dreams End #2 in Red Adept’s Annual Indie Awards 2010

Where The Dreams End by KD EasleyWhere the Dreams End by K.D. Easley is number two in the Red Adept Reviews Annual Indie Awards 2010. Congratulations Kadi!

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The Shadow War by Glen Scott Allen — Publishers Weekly, November 2010

The Shadow War

Allen mines the American colonial period for his debut [The Shadow War], a complicated but intriguing thriller that posits an audacious and original conspiracy theory. Out of the blue, Library of Congress historian Benjamin Wainright receives a call from an old college roommate, Jeremy Fletcher, now a fellow at the prestigious and secretive American Heritage Foundation, who invites Benjamin to come to the think tank in western Massachusetts for reasons he won’t divulge over the phone. Benjamin arrives the next day to find Jeremy dead of a heart attack. Samuel Wolfe, a foundation “security analyst,” immediately enlists Benjamin’s aid in discovering why Jeremy, a nuclear war theorist, was interested in Benjamin’s area of expertise, the Puritan era. Their quest for answers takes them from the Berkshires to a forbidding underground nuclear missile base in Russia. …Allen keeps the action and the ideas flowing with commendable speed.

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