October 27, 2014

Whose Heaven is It?

All great world religions have commonality; all are part of what author Gurdev Naegeli calls the “Spiritual Platform,” an inclusive base on which all faiths and beliefs can stand.

Whose Heaven Is It? concentrates on the teachings of the three great monotheisms, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, along with notable spiritual systems such as Hinduism, Taoism, […]

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September 22, 2014

Relatos cortos, experiencias intensas (Short Stories, Intense Experiences)

Spanish spiritual coach and blogger Jaime Segarra presents a collection of 365 short chapters of thoughts and self-help messages, one for each day of the year in his book, Relatos cortos, experiencias intensas. Varying in length from a couple of lines to several pages, these chapters are designed to be read one per day for […]

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July 29, 2013

No es mi mano la que escribe (It Isn’t My Hand That Writes)

No es mi mano la que escribe features 14 imaginative stories that share various thematic elements, such as desire, indifference, love, hate, death, and the occasional appearance of a supernatural creature. Some plots take place in the present, while others travel back centuries and are set in cities such as Salzburg, Venice and Salamanca.

The […]

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June 5, 2013

Cuando tomamos Toledo (When We Take Toledo)

This historical novel attempts to explain the course of events in the 11th century that gave rise to the constant conflict between Christians and Muslims in general and especially in the context of the Iberian Peninsula. The author, who has a degree in history, aims to pay tribute to a subject he undoubtedly admires and […]

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