OUTLAWED HOPE 99c Sale Extended By Request For One More Day!

Thank you!

To all who shared how meaningful they found this

small tribute to Kathryn.

 

Thank you to all who agreed that 99c is a great deal

for Outlawed Hope!

Outlawed Hope cover

Outlawed Hope cover

Thank you, too, to you who were traveling and requested the sale be extended so you could take advantage of it.

Glad to!

“Yay! 99c! Getting a copy for myself!” D.L.

“This is the perfect going-away-to-college book gift.” S.R.

“Heard such great things about this book! For 99c, it is a win-win! Of course I want a copy!” M.C.

 

THANK YOU!

 

And so … you got it!

Outlawed Hope will remain available for 99c through today, August 30, 2014!

Get your copy TODAY.

 

For Kathryn: A 99c Memorial Special on OUTLAWED HOPE!

Two years ago tomorrow, my dear friend Kathryn, to whom Outlawed Hope is dedicated, passed on after a long battle with cancer.

I miss you, Kat!

To remember Kathryn, and to mark this tender anniversary of her leaving pain behind and freeing her soul to roam the heavens, Outlawed Hope will be offered on Kindle at the special price of just 99c today and tomorrow only–August 28th and 29th!

 

All 5 star reviews! * * * * *

Outlawed Hope cover

Outlawed Hope cover

What readers say:

“Brilliant, enchanting story telling!”, “Marvelously written”, “Thrilling”, “Outstanding”, “A winner!”, “A captivating and addicting page turner”, “an emotional roller coaster”, “wonderful, well written”, “I couldn’t put it down!”, “…can hardly wait for the sequel”, “…her plot design, character portrayals, descriptive prose and artistic use of suspense were every bit as good as (Stephen) King!”

Hurry and get your copy of Outlawed Hope on Kindle for 88% less than the cover price of $7.99! 

 

Outlawed Hope is also available on Paperback for 17% off of publisher price!

Not a Kindle reader? Get Outlawed Hope as an e-book on Nook, iBookstore and Kobo.

 

Kathryn, I am sure you are looking on and smiling … You probably have our mutual and dear friend Carol–more recently passed and so very loved as well–with you nearby. Remember always: “I love you more!”

Robin Williams Quote

 

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And so you have, dear funny, tender, brilliant, generous in heart and deep in spirit man.

You have lent the world a whole new way of seeing, and a belly laugh besides.

Your words already changed the world and you have enriched it beyond measure.

No matter what your sorrow told you, may you know that your life mattered, and that your ideas made us all richer. Rest in peace, Robin Williams, comic wizard, angel now.

In Memoriam to The Fallen

 

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yom-hazikaron-memorial-day-

In this evening and upcoming day of Memorial

As Israel remembers its fallen

As parents, siblings, loved ones weep and mourn:

Let it be the last day of new pain

Let there be

Please, oh God

No more war.

Anywhere.

No more dead, no more graves

No more maimed

No more grieving.

Let the bloodshed be ended.

Let the warmongering cease.

Let those who entice pain, find ways of words.

Let those who live hate, open hearts, make new doors.

There’s a way.

No more war.

We’re all people.

All someone’s baby, sibling, loved one, neighbor, friend

We all share more than what can divide us

We all hurt, love, hope, bleed.

No more violence.

There is no need.

Let there be

Hearts that open

Light to hold, hope to share, peace to mold.

Let there be

No more war.

As we weep for the fallen

As we remember what happened and wished that did not

As we tally the terrible price

The unnecessary ripping

Every death, every wounding

Agonises an ache in our hearts

A hole in our souls

Let there be

From now on

No more war.

peace can do better

no more war

You Can Still Hear

laughter

… and judging from today

You were amply, multitudinously loved.

Your laughter was what every one remembered

Its memory snuck giggles into sobs

It was what brought smiles

Into the tears

And light

Into the sorrow.

I can hear your laughter still.

It lives within me

As it does within so many others

Blessed to know you

And the bubbling of your kind and precious laugh

In life.

In love.

Transmuted into light.

Rest in Peace, Dear Carol

Carol H.

Carol H.

ברוך דיין אמת
May you rest in peace now, Carol, having completed your work on this earth, in this body; and having done so utterly spectacularly, as evidenced by the many people who love you so dearly, the lives you changed and enriched, the truth you spoke, the healing you provided, the open-mind and open-heart you lived by.
I miss you already.
I also know you’re going to be with us, always; if in a different way. But no less loving.

Am not worried for you being lonely over there, in Soul Heaven. Oh, not at all, for you have a welcoming committee with you! I can feel it. Kathryn, surely. She’s been moving front and center in the last month, preparing to receive you and ready for reconnecting. I can almost see your hand in hers as she shows you the path to new tomorrows. Others are there to welcome you, too … from recently departing friends to longer lost kin of heart and family. A multitude. A community of souls. A tribe. All holding you in love and light.

Am relieved that you are no longer suffering and that your body no longer limits your soul from soaring. You have blessed us all.

And you are a Blessed One.

I will be taking time off in your honor, to sit in prayer and meditation, to hold you in my heart fully, to be with you during this process of you moving on to a different path of being, to support your family.

There’s a candle lit for you here, as is the tradition in my family and upbringing, to ‘hold’ and ‘light the way’ and keep in thoughts and blessing a dear one who is walking a new path. Though knowing you, Carol, you are probably flying. Walking’s too slow. And you sure had enough of ‘slow’ for a while now…

I said goodbye to you when I went to sleep last night, having felt you getting close to passing since Friday and even more so all day yesterday, and I knew that something shifted in the early morning: a release, a relief, a letting go. You had let me know.

The deep love of those close to you–your dear husband, children, siblings, friends–I know it helped you through this most difficult last year, and helped you know it was okay to finally let go. Love held you. May it hold you still and hold us all now as sorrow flows and gratitude fills memories with the honor of knowing you and loving you. I love you so!

It has been an honor for me. Still is. Will remain so and only grow.

You have enriched my life, nourished me indelibly on levels that are hard to put in words, changed who I had the possibility to become. I cannot imagine my life without you. A gift. A blessing.
Carol, you are a part of my heart and always will be so.
You are family to me.
My love always — Na’ama