Wednesday, November 23, 2011

The Secret of Sex Magic

What would you think if I said you can have everything you want? What if I said you already have everything you think? Once you understand that both are true, you’re on your way to becoming a magician.
Now, what if I told you that you don’t need to work long and hard in order to attract the good things in life? Money, success, love––anything you choose––are yours for the asking. All you have to do is make mad, passionate love as often as possible. That may sound too good to be true, but magicians around the world have known this secret for thousands of years, and they’ve used their sexual energy to reap all sorts of benefits. You can, too.
Most people want to lead better lives. We want to be happier, healthier, wealthier, or whatever. We’d like to take control of what happens to us, instead of being at the mercy of chance, fate, or other people’s agendas. That’s why most magicians do spells in the first place. Magic enables you to harness the raw energy in the universe and direct it to produce the outcomes you choose. Magic lets you attract what you desire in life and protect yourself from pitfalls. Although you can do this with any type of magic, sex magic is an especially effective way to accomplish your objectives.
Maybe you’re saying to yourself, my sex life is pretty good. But I’m still in debt and struggling to make ends meet. What’s the deal? The simple answer is, you’re not doing it right. No, I’m not talking about what goes where. I’m sure you know how to fit tab A into slot B. What I mean is, you think sex is just something that feels good and makes babies––and that mindset is limiting your possibilities. You don’t realize sex has much more to offer you. You haven’t yet learned to mobilize this powerful attracting force that abides within you and utilize it to shape your world. My new book Sex Magic for Beginners, just published by Llewellyn tells you everything you need to know to change your life and start attracting whatever you desire.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Have You Always Wanted to Be a Writer?

Are you an aspiring writer or someone who’s interested in literature? If so, and you’re in the Kerrville, Texas area on November 12, I invite you to stop by the Dietert Center, 451 Guadalupe Street, between 1:00 and 3:00 pm. Ten published writers––novelists, poets, journalists, memoirists, authors of nonfiction and children’s books––will be on hand to discuss the ins and outs of the creative process, from conception to publication.
Eighty percent of people say they want to write a book, but few ever do. Twenty-four million adults in the U.S. consider themselves creative writers, but less than 5 percent have ever published anything. Some believe they don’t have time, others think the process is too daunting. Kerrville’s published authors insist that’s not the case––and they’ll share their secrets of success with you at this event.
You’re never too young or too old to start writing. Kerrville’s Robert Norris, a Delta pilot who retired 15 years ago, recently published his first novel The Barrett Solution with Arctic Wolf Publishing. A page-turning thriller, Norris’s book gets a 5-star rating on Amazon. Norris’s advice to aspiring writers? “Don’t give up.”
Mike Bradley opted to go the time-honored route of self-publishing––like Benjamin Franklin, Walt Whitman, Henry David Thoreau, Mark Twain, Virginia Woolf, John Grisham, and Stephen King. Bradley decided to self-published his memoir Big Mike and his rollicking novel of New Orleans, Street, because he felt the big New York publishers wouldn’t consider a new author. For him, “The process has provided a real sense of accomplishment.”
Whether you choose to work with a traditional print publisher, self-publish, or make your book available as an e-book, the publishing world is changing rapidly and writers today have more opportunities than every before. This event gives you a chance to get up close and personal with authors who’ve succeeded in making their dreams come true––and to learn how they did it. Autographed copies of authors’ books will be available for sale at the event.