New Releases 9-29

What's new at MCP this week? Here are three books making their grand entrance into the world today.

Transform Your Life Through Love by Daniel M. White

The reason we are here in physical form is to love and be loved. Learn to keep your personal power by no longer becoming offended by people's comments or actions.

Author Daniel M. White has been walking his spiritual path to Divine-God for some time and knows all the ups and downs of life. Throughout his life's journey, he has experienced many highs, as well as many lows, and through it all he has come to realize and recognize that LOVE is the answer to any question or dilemma.

In Transform Your Life Through Love, Daniel lays out 11 realities that govern our lives while we're on this earth in physical form. He makes it clear that we are all searching for the meaning of life, and creating our own realities. He desires us, as human beings, to realize it is essential to create profound LOVE and is a vital key as we walk our own spiritual path to Divine-God, causing us to live in abundance.

Daniel M. White enjoys being a spiritual life coach and assisting others in fulfilling their lives with love, joy, peace, and happiness. He has two adult children, Danae and Brendan, and for the past twenty-five years, he has been self-employed, owning a financial service business. He is looking forward to teaching ''divine love'' seminars and showing others how to walk in unconditional love.

Find Daniel M. White at his website transformyourlifethroughlove.com or pick up your copy of Transform Your Life Through Love on Amazon.

The second book is...

General Walker and the Murder of President Kennedy by Jeffrey H. Caufield M.D.In General Walker and the Murder of President Kennedy: The Extensive New Evidence of a Radical-Right Conspiracy, author Jeffrey H. Caufield explores the forces which led Oswald to be in Dallas that day. Dr. Caufield applies acquired academic methodology in rigorously researching the story through public records, private correspondence, and a number of sources not available to the general public until the Freedom of Information Act released them.

Meticulously researched over 25 years using documents from the National Archives, the FBI, and other archival sources--along with extensive personal interviews--this book presents a massive amount of new evidence. Never has there been such compelling proof of the involvement of the radical right and General Walker in the murder of the president.

Jeffrey H. Caufield researched the assassination of President Kennedy using documents from the National Archives, the FBI and other archival sources along with extensive interviews done over 25 years. The meticulously documented book presents a massive amount of new evidence and a compelling case for the involvement of the radical right and General Walker in the murder of the president.

Visit Jeffrey Caufield at his website jeffreycaufield.com or grab your copy of General Walker and the Murder of President Kennedy on Amazon.

And last, but certainly not least...

Connecting the Dots by Heather McCutcheonHow much do we really know about the world that exists beyond the reach of our five senses? In the voice of an easy-going road-trip companion, Heather McCutcheon guides us through the intersection of science and spirituality via her own experiences.

McCutcheon left corporate America in 1998 to study massage therapy in search of a greater sense of purpose. Her story begins with an insecure, naive girl and ends with a confident woman challenging established social institutions by combining ancient healing modalities and modern communication technologies.

McCutcheon takes us through her transformation step-by-step, effortlessly moving from moments of bewilderment and epiphany to cracking jokes at her own expense. Walk with her as she bumbles through encounter after encounter, then adeptly connects the dots between chakras, energy healing, quantum physics, mediumship, reincarnation, and a simple, action-based plan to improve quality of life for us all.

Heather McCutcheon left corporate America in 1998 to study massage therapy in search of a greater sense of purpose. She shunned metaphysics until the universe challenged her to open her mind with an unmistakable invitation. Walk with her through a series of humorous, inspirational, and dramatic experiences that helped transform her thinking and her life. The story begins with an insecure, naive girl and ends with a confident woman challenging established social institutions by combining ancient healing modalities and modern communication technologies.

In addition to serving clients through her private practice, Heather McCutcheon is currently teaching enthusiastic students in institutions of higher learning and recruiting volunteers for humanitarian projects. You can continue to follow her healing adventures on her blog at herestherub-llc.com.

Visit Heather McCutcheon at connectingthedots-book.com or grab your copy of Connecting the Dots on Amazon!

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