Just in Time to help you deal with the stress of the upcoming Holidays, BookSparks’ introduces a new line of She Writes Press books:
* A SURVIVOR’S GUIDE TO HOLIDAY MADNESS! *
If you’ve ever wondered about communicating with those who have passed, CHANGE MAKER (She Writes Press) by Rebecca Austill Clausen’s might be an interesting book for you to check out. It’s targeted for people who find themselves struggling in their daily lives, especially on their spiritual paths. It’s certainly something that may help anyone in these uncertain times.
I must say upfront, I’m open to reading just about anything. I’ve read a lot of books that would be called “new age,” and my approach is, there’s always something to be learned. I ask that you have an open mind. Reading this memoir might be the life changing experience you need.
Rebecca Austill Clausen discovered that she could communicate with her brother after he died. Following this realization, a world she never imagined opened up to her, even as she thought she was losing her mind and feared family and friends would never believe her and colleagues might lose total respect for her. She had to find a way to make her spiritual awakening and eventual spiritual transformation work within the reality of her everyday life. She was a science-based expert in the field of occupational therapy and she had a growing rehabilitation center to operate.
Rebecca Austill Clausen believes her brother’s death woke her up and made her examine her own life. With humor, honesty and insight, she asks us to ponder the meaning of life and challenges us to look inside ourselves for answers. Each chapter of CHANGE MAKER explores spiritual beliefs, understanding and ends with an “Illumination” ― guidance, suggestions, encouragement, and inspiration for readers who wish to pursue their own spiritual journey. The end result is a book that blends the best of memoir, self-help, new-age philosophy, and inspiration.
Rebecca Austill-Clausen grew up in New England and now lives in the rolling hills of Chester County, PA. She graduated summa cum laude with an advanced master’s degree in occupational therapy from Boston University, and holds a BS in Occupational Therapy from Utica College of Syracuse University. She has initiated hundreds of occupational therapy programs nationwide, serviced over 100,000 clients, and founded highly successful rehabilitation private practices in PA, DE, NJ, LA, and NM. Austill-Clausen has written for eleven professional publications. CHANGE MAKER is her first book.
Connect with Rebecca on Facebook or Twitter @RebeccaAustillC
Thanks to She Writes Press for providing a copy of CHANGE MAKER for an honest review. We have one copy to giveaway. Just tell us the one thing you’d like to change about yourself – something important, not your handwriting, or something lame like that. We’ll announce a winner Monday.
Have a lovely weekend.