a course in miracles revealed in silence, in color, & in time

transform your life using a proven system of daily lessons and comprehensive text readings that have been boldly highlighted, word by word, in contrasting colors and font sizes so that the message is clear and understandable.

after studying A Course in Miracles for decades, Nathn Taylor chose to find a new and improved way to study so that the Course is more user friendly, at first for herself, and now, for each new reader. Instead of hundreds of pages of words that bleed into one complexity, a course in miracles revealed in silence, in color, & in time, volume 1 will help you discover the amazing themes that will lead you to change your habits and life... and begin to find new meanings in our lives.

Discover new depths and meaning in a course in miracles revealed in silence, in color, & in time, volume 1. The inspirational and provocative age old ACIM messages are clearly revealed by fresh formatting, enhanced with colors and font size definition. Contrasting colors and highlights bring the subtle passages alive with new clarity.

Focus on the beautiful ACIM guidance as you move beyond the confusion of the old formatting and discover what ACIM is truly trying to communicate as sentence by sentence the significance is revealed.

a course in miracles revealed in silence, in color, & in time volume 1 © Nathn Taylor
Volume 1 Includes The Course in Miracles as follows:
1. TEXT Chapters 1 -6
(See additional volume releases for Chapters 7-31)
(See additional volume releases for Lessons 61-365)

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The Discreet Lesbian (Episode 1 in the Mandy Series)

Being married and in love with someone else isn't a new story, but when
you are a woman married to a man and in love with a woman it makes for a
bit more drama. Add to the situation a newly adopted baby boy and trying
to balance this life within the confines of the Southern Baptist Church.

Mandy Blackwood is a product of a strict upbringing in the Eudora
Southern Baptist Church. A church steeped in taboos against almost
everything, but especially against homosexuality. She has been brought
up to make her mother proud – marry, have children, and bring no shame
on the family.

She marries Scott, the son of a Southern Baptist minister who is the
choir director of his dad's church; Mandy is the director of the Young
People's Department and Scott is the choir director. The church is full
of nosy old busy bodies. It is impossible to do anything outside the
ordinary without the pack of gossipy old vultures tearing you to pieces.
Mandy and Scott, unable to have children, adopt a baby boy and are
seemingly happy.

However, Mandy unexpectedly encounters her true destiny, a graduate
student and also a member of her church, Kathleen Crutchfield. Kathleen
brazenly makes a pass at Mandy forever changing her life. Feeling new,
deliciously different emotions, Mandy, struggles with the implications
of what has happened.

Knowing that her life will never be the same, Mandy tries to see if
there were clues in her life that should have alerted her to her hidden
forbidden identity.

Kathleen captures Mandy's heart and rules her body with a passion she
has never known before. They are made only for each other. They know
they must find a way to be together, but how will they get the courage
to escape Mandy's marriage, the church, and Kathleen's powerful family?

An Introduction To Marc D Brown

Writing is what I want to do! It's probably one of the only things I take seriously. I've been writing poems and short stories since I was about 15, I just kind of clicked with it at school and it stuck.
In all honesty I've never been a big reader my self only reading maybe 10 books in my life! I think it's to do with my concentration or lack of attention, something has to really grab me by the throat if it wants my full undivided attention. Here's an example of me lacking…when I was younger I had one lesson of one type of martial arts and then quit, I had 3 lessons of another…..then quit. It really didn't do it for me!
The only things that have truly grabbed me are music and writing. I love it! When I say I love music, please don't get the impression that I can play multiple instruments all with my eyes shut and my hand tied behind my back…because I cant, I cant really play much of anything, but listening to music…that's my thing. Theres something about music and song lyrics I find more influencing than anything else on earth. It's amazing that when you find songs you like you can be captivated for 3-4 minutes, it can be like nothing else exists.
With my poetry I try to aim for the same kind of thing, short pieces of writing that you can easily work your way through but still they can capture you and make you think.
I tend not to beat around the bush with my writing and a lot of it could be seen as dark but I personally believe that everybody has these kind of thoughts but choose not to mention them.

I hope you enjoy what you read and please do leave comments/review in the relevant places.


'That Bear Ate My Pants!' is a crazy travel comedy.
It's a coming-of-age story about a boy who wished for some adventure in his life... and then got rather more than he could handle.
It's a true story about what happens when you put an idiot in charge of a zoo.
It's a chronicle of love against the odds - of survival against the odds - and of achieving manhood, which, frankly, surprised everyone.
You know that truth, the one they say is stranger than fiction? This is that truth - with teeth and claws and a seriously bad attitude!
Most often called 'hilarious' by reviewers, it's a light-hearted look at everything that can go wrong when you're stuck halfway up a mountain, thousands of miles from home, surrounded  by wild animals... and you haven't got a clue.
And it's the only book that answers the question 'What happens when the jaguar you're carrying, wakes up...?'

That Bear Ate My Pants!

There comes a time in every man's life when he says to himself, "Holy Sh*t! I'm about to be eaten by a bear!"

Tony James Slater went to Ecuador, determined to become a man.
It never occurred to him that 'or die trying' might be an option...

The trouble with volunteering in a South American animal refuge is that everything wants a piece of you. And the trouble with being Tony, is that most of them got one.

Just how do you 'look after' something that's trying it's damnedest to kill you and eat you?
And how do you find love when you a) don't speak the language, and b) are constantly covered in excrement and entrails?

If only he'd had some relevant experience. Other than owning a pet rabbit when he was nine. And if only he'd bought some travel insurance...

That Bear Ate My Pants is the hilarious tale of one man's quest to better himself. Whether losing a machete fight with a tree, picking dead tarantulas out of a tank of live ones or sewing the head back on to a partially decapitated crocodile, Tony's misadventures are ridiculous, unbelievable and always entertaining.

Long before Sky One got involved, there were already plenty of Idiots Abroad. This is the story of one of them...

"I laughed all through the book until the end, where I became sad to have to say goodbye. I enjoyed myself that much." - Night Owl Reviews

 "The narrative in That Bear Ate My Pants was not only well-written and entertaining but downright hilarious. I have not laughed so hard while reading in quite a while. And when I mean laugh, I mean I laughed so hard I was screaming. Warning, do not read this book while on the toilet." - Indie Eclective


Beach Living: 7 Popular Reasons People Move To The Beach

First Name: Anna
Last Name: Seeger

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Beach Living: 7 Popular Reasons People Move To The Beach

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07/15/12, 07/16/12

The beach has always held a special place in my heart.  It seemed no matter how many vacations were spent lounging at the shore, I never became bored with the magic of the beach.  Unemployed and not sure what direction to go, I decided to follow my heart, even if that meant moving more than 12 hours away.   When deciding where to move, I researched many beaches and discovered each beach caters to certain enthusiasts.  I found their are seven distinct types of beaches.  One beach town may be known as a laid back beachcomber type, while another may be all about kiteboarding, surfing, etc.  The good news is there is a type of beach for everyone. 

Thank you,
Lynn West

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I would like to submit my book for inclusion of your free day lists

First Name: Anna
Last Name: Seeger

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Beach Living: 7 Popular Reasons People Move To The Beach

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07/15/12, 07/16/12

Thank you,
Lynn West

free indie book july 14-15

When Pushcart Prize nominee Wayne Lockwood wrote an open letter to God in his Generation X column, God wrote him back. About 50 times.

If God liked his work so much, you probably will, too. Lockwood's musings on life as a Generation Xer, now collected in "Acid Indigestion Eyes," ran in hundreds of newspapers across the country in the 90s.  But they still stand as funny, poignant examples of real life. Can you furnish an apartment from a Dumpster? How do you build the ultimate fast-food meal? Was all that slacking really civil disobedience? Find out in "Acid Indigestion Eyes: Collected Essays and Musings on Generation X."

Free July 14-15, 2012.

Get your grunge on! Former nationally syndicated Generation X columnist Wayne Lockwood collects some of his best columns, reflecting and sharing in the promise and challenges faced by those who came of age in the early 1990s. While talking heads will harken to St. Cobain for perspective on this misunderstood decade, this collection aims to give a voice to those who didn't have a guitar to scream behind.

Editorial Reviews


"Acid Indigestion Eyes" stands proudly with the works of Douglas Coupland and other Generation X authors. Lockwood's book is many things, but it's certainly no slacker. -- Peter Dabbene, ForeWord

The essays are markedly insightful ... There are moments of real poignancy -- Andrew Andrews, True Review, May 2012

Wayne Lockwood's writing is just the right mix of snark, sarcasm, and cynical observational humor. He's the type of writer that points out the common everyday occurrences that happen to all of us, and as you read you find yourself slowly realizing, "Hey...that happened to me, too!"
 -- Sara Hodon, CompulsiveReader.com

"Acid Indigestion Eyes" is both humorous and thoughtful, very much recommended." -- Midwest Book Review, Feb. 2012

About the Author

Wayne Lockwood is a longtime journalist whose work has appeared in hundreds of newspapers across the United States, including The Miami Herald, The (Newark) Star-Ledger, the (Los Angeles) Daily News, The (Baltimore) Sun, The Seattle Times, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, The Kansas City Star, The Wichita Eagle and The (Honolulu) Advertiser. He lives in New York City.

Wayne Lockwood
Codorus Press

Dance With Me

My debut novella, Dance With Me is the first in the series The Everetts of Tyler centered the the four Everett siblings, Mason, Cassidy, Caleb and Camryn.  Tying in with my ongoing serial, Speeding set in the adjacent town of Aylesford, this is a contemporary romance with strong elements of suspense.

Champion ballroom dancer Katerina Nemecek pushed the love of her life away when he offered to save her studio from foreclosure. She loved him despite the secrecy surrounding their relationship, but she refused to take advantage of him or his wealth.

Mason Everett wants nothing more than to share his life, his family, and his fortune with Kat, but keeping her a secret was the only way he could keep her safe. He'd rather hide her away than chance losing her.

When Kat and Mason's relationship finally goes public, it sets in motion a plan to keep them apart. Can they survive the firestorm to dance together forever?

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