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Jacqueline’s last login was Tuesday, May 10, 2011.
Hi, my name is Aleja Bennett an Author of two self help poetry books.
Surviving childhood abuse by the hands of my adopted parents led me
on a writing journey that has changed my life and others as well.
I'm glad to be here. How about you? Fine I do hope. Stay in touch okay.
Please tell a friend about me and add my books to your lives. You will
be glad that you did. My books are now in hard cover and below are the links.
If you know someone that needs to be uplifted from abuse-pain-rejections-broken
relationships-loss-negativity then my positive books with enable them
to live-love-heal and forgive.
Only The Strong Can Survive-ISBN-13: 9781413792379
Aleja's Beautiful Poetic Strategy In Recovery:ISBN-13: 9781604747300
Hello Jacqueline, how are you? I saw that you have some Dalai Lama books, which one would you recommend to someone who is just starting to learn about Buddhism. I am currently reading the book "Buddha" by Deepak Chopra. So if I may ask your opinion, what would you recommend? :-)
This is Wonderful News my Shelfarian friend! I have been nominated to receive the 2009 Author's Award for my book, "The Awakened One Poetics." Please click the following link, scroll down to my name, make your selection, enter your name and email address at the bottom of the form, and type in the correct code. Please cast your vote ASAP! This is critical. I need as many votes as possible. When voting, please vote for the first Joseph S. Spence, Sr.
Additionally, please ask your friends and family members to vote for me. This is the link:
Joseph "Epulaeryu Master" Spence, Sr.
peel away the layers:/
behold pure gold!”
hi, please join fellow bookworms at the next Flips Flipping Pages book discussion.
August Book Discussion: Can A Book Make You Healthy?
It’s time to talk about books that changed our perception on health, sense of well-being and our relationship with our bodies. This encompasses a large number of subjects including popular diets, women’s and men’s health, sports conditioning, aromatherapy, workout slash fitness plans, natural/herbal cures, vitamins, stress management, disease prevention and New Age/Eastern exercise (yoga, tai chi, etc).
When: Saturday August 22
Where: Fuzion Smoothie Café or Amici Italian Restaurant (TBA)
11:00am -12:30pm: Pre-discussion activity - FREE YOGA SESSION WITH AL GALANG OF SUNDAR YOGA
12:30nn – 2:00pm: Lunch
2:00pm -5:00pm – Discussion proper INCLUDING A TETE-A-TETE WITH ESKI RIPOLL OF SPARC
5:00pm onwards – bookstore raid in Greenhills ☺
Details and Updates at http://www.shelfari.com/groups/12439/discussions/125921/August-Book-Discussion-Can-A-Book-Make-You-Healthy-.
See you around, in the talk boards or at the face-to-face discussions!
Just posting to let you know we are going to start Beowulf a classic written in Old english in the 7th Century as a translation in the Sagas group read for June and July. I hope you will join in. I have posted on the site and the blog background info.
Hi Jacqueline, Haven't been here for a little while. I have been busy reading. Smile. I guess this is what this site is all about, right? Ha!
Anyway, I finally read "Twilite". It was good, not at all what I expected but it sure held my interest and I am now starting "New Moon". Have you read that one too? Did you like that better? I will sure let you know what I think of that one too.
okay, you seem nice. i have to go, i don't get much computer time...... see you around! :D