Some of you may realize that I am the author of How to Blog a book, Write, Publish and Promote Your Work One Post at a Time. In the spirit of this book–and because I still believe blogging a book is the quickest and easiest way to write a book and promote it at the same time (and because with all the blogging and other work I do it’s the only way I can find time to write a book), I am blogging several books on this site.
Actually, I began blogging two books here:
- The first was on Rebbe Nachman’s prescriptions for happiness. Then I stopped. I hope to pick this up again. The posts are scattered around. I hope to also find time to organize them so you can find them.
- The second was on quick and easy ways to start a spiritual practice. These tips were initially based on Judaism, but I intended to broaden this to at least four other religions, maybe more. These can be found in the “practical spirituality” category, among other posts. Eventually, I’ll have these identified more clearly for you.
I now plan on starting a third book here. This is actually one of the first books I ever intended to write. However, over the years, it’s been revamped and has taken a bit of a different form. Some of you may already own a short version of the book or even the workbook that goes with it. It’s called The Priestess Practice.
I began blogging a book about the Kabbalah of Conscious Creation on another blog. You will find this blog moved here as well and, little by little, appearing.
I will be creating pages for each of these books and building a table of contents so you can follow along page by page.
Abracadabra: The Kabbalah of Conscious Creation
40 Days and 40 Ways to a Quick and Easy Spiritual Practice
Prescriptions for Happiness