What's new at Mill City Press this week? We've got two books making their grand entrances into the world today.
First up is...
Whether you are a health professional or a lay person caring for a family member or friend, Authentic Healing offers essential practical wisdom. Combining ancient practices with modern science, Dr. Kemper brings her wealth of experience as a physician into this practical, step-by step, easy to-read handbook.
Authentic Healing answers common questions such as:
• What’s the difference between healing and curing?
• Who can heal?
• How do I prepare?
• Does it work?
• How does this compare with traditional healing from China and India?
• Can healing be done in teams?
• Can healing occur at a distance?
• What can recipients do between sessions?
If you’re interested in becoming a more effective healer, this is the book you need.
Dr. Kemper brings to this book over 30 years of experience as a medical doctor who trained and taught at prestigious institutions such as Harvard, Yale, and the University of Chicago, as well as UNC, University of Washington, University of Wisconsin, The Ohio State University, and Wake Forest University. She has published over 160 research papers in peer-reviewed journals and is widely sought by media such as ABC News, the Wall Street Journal, and Redbook. After completing her medical training, she studied with some of America’s most noted healers. Her experience, compassion and wisdom combine to create Authentic Healing, the standard text on scientific, yet spiritual, healing practice.
Connect with Kathi J. Kemper at her website authentichealing.info, purchase a copy of Authentic Healing directly from her, or grab a copy on Amazon.
Second up is...
High school juniors Crystal and Tuwanda stand out from their peers for myriad reasons, especially their striking athletic abilities.
Except for their shared physical prowess, the girls are so different from each other you’d never think they were sisters—much less twins. And no one would ever guess they were born conjoined, or that such an unusual circumstance is just the beginning of a mystery that is becoming more dangerous by the minute.
Something happened to them when they were young—something strange and too sci-fi to believe— and now the girls are about to learn what their bizarre past means for their future.
Phillip Buchanon was born September 19, 1980 in Fort Myers, Florida. Drafted by the Oakland Raiders 17th overall in the 2002 NFL draft. He played College Football at the University of Miami.
Connect with Phillip Buchanon at his website octocanon.com, purchase a copy of The Supernals Experiment directly from him, or grab a copy on Amazon.
Happy book birthdays, authors!
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