Author Interviews

Author Activities February – March

Mar 31st, 2017 | By

Mind Body Spirit Events   Book Launch 30th March, Watkins Bookstore – Pandeism: An Anthology with editor Knuje Mapson and contributors Anthony Peake, Dr. Michael Arnheim, Sushma Sahajpal #pandeism Free online event March 7-9: Learn from leaders whose work and wisdom are supporting an empowering vision for aging in todays’ world. Featuring John C Robinson,

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Jennifer Kavanagh Author Interview

Jul 15th, 2015 | By

Please welcome Jennifer Kavanagh. Below the interview are the details of her upcoming Four Thought on Questioning Success.  How do you introduce yourself? I’m Jennifer Kavanagh, Quaker, retreat-leader and author and speaker on the Spirit-led life. Where do you get the inspiration to write? From everywhere, from my experience of life, but ultimately from within. Is the process of writing

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Margaret Cahill Author Interview

Jun 19th, 2015 | By

Please welcome Margaret Cahill for our latest author interview Hello, how do you introduce yourself? My name is Margaret Cahill. I publish MBS and astrology books through my own company for my day job, based in Bournemouth on the sunny South coast of England, and I was literally thrown into writing after being diagnosed with Mantle

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Avikal Costantino Author Interview

May 28th, 2015 | By

Please welcome Avikal Costantino for our latest author interview Hello, how do you introduce yourself? As long as I can remember I have been a seeker for truth and my life has been then dedicated to one fundamental question: Who am I? In this search I have been travelling all over the planet and done

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Ann Merivale Author Interview

Jan 16th, 2015 | By

This week I am interviewing Ann Merivale, hello and welcome. How do you introduce yourself? I was born Ann Judith Merivale in 1940, having been named after my great aunt Judith Anne. (My parents changed it round so that my initials wouldn’t be JAM! But I don’t know why they left off the ‘e’ and haven’t

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Gaile Walker Author Interview

Jan 9th, 2015 | By

Please welcome Gaile Walker for our latest author interview How do you introduce yourself? It seems my life is one which has been dedicated to attaining spiritual awareness, nothing else has interested me so much. The most important thing I have ever done in my life is to learn to meditate. Doing this was the

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Alex Clarke Author Interview

Jan 2nd, 2015 | By

Please welcome Alex Clarke for this week’s author interview How do you introduce yourself? I’m Alex Clarke, a playwright, author, and creative coach. So far I’ve penned around eight stage plays, a novel, ghost-written two biographies and freelance as often as possible. My self-help book ‘Awaken your inner faerie in 30 days’ was written largely

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John C Robinson Author Interview

Dec 19th, 2014 | By

            Please welcome John C. Robinson in our latest author interview How do you introduce yourself? I am a retired clinical psychologist with a second doctorate in ministry, an ordained interfaith minister, the author of seven books on the interface of psychology and spirituality, and a married grandfather of three adult children

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Gordon Phinn Author Interview

Dec 5th, 2014 | By

Here we welcome Gordon Phinn as our next author to be interviewed. How do you introduce yourself? After years of exploring past lives as a regressionist and regressee, my current personality seems little more than a temporary identity constructed for the convenience of family and society.  Thus I might say that I have been going

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Jules Standish Author Interview

Nov 28th, 2014 | By

How do you introduce yourself? I’m Jules, the Colour Counsellor and I am passionate about helping people everywhere to look and feel their best through the use of colour. Where do you get the inspiration to write? The colour message is so important as colours affect us all on so many levels; physically, emotionally and psychologically and

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