4 more hours to get Apocalypse NO for FREE, *Funny God* still had at discount. 2nd Annual Birthday Book Giveaway
Posted by sillymickel
This is the best week of all … the Fourth and Final Week of the 2nd Annual Birthday Book Giveaway. Like last year, I’m going to celebrate my birthday hobbit-style and give gifts to my friends and followers.
Here is a link to use for all my books….
Join me in celebrating my birthday — hobbit-style — where on a birthday one gives gifts away.
This is a chance to receive four of my books for free, with my compliments, and you can leave it just at that.
OR you get ALL OF THEM for as little as $4.96 total … These are kindle/e-book format, and they normally would total to 76 dollars.
Or any combination in between.
This continues for four weeks … ending on June 2nd.
Remember, you have to get there on Friday of each week to get the best deal on the pay-for book, though free is free all weekend long.
p.s.: if you appreciate this. you can help by rating my book and putting a comment or review on any of my books at Amazon, sharing the book, or simply passing along anything you learn from them.
About sillymickelActivist, psychotherapist, pre- and perinatal psychologist, author, and environmentalist. I seek to inspire others to our deeper, more natural consciousness, to a primal, more delightful spirituality, and to taking up the cause of saving life on this planet, as motivated by love.
Posted on June 1, 2016, in activism, Anthropology, Apocalypse, Apocalypse NO, authenticity, awakening, Birth, books, Consciousness, Environmentalism, God, Humanicide, Michael Adzema author, Mystical, occupy, Philosophy, Psychology, science, shamanism, Spirituality, The Mind's True Liberation, transpersonal, transpersonal psychology, Trnaspersonal Psychology, truth and tagged apocalypse, Apocalypse-No!, Birth, book, books, climate change, ecopsychology, extinction, free, Fukushima, funny god, history, Michael Adzema author, nuclear, pre- and perinatal psychology, psychology, spirituality, The Tao of Funny God, transpersonal psychology. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.