Passages to Epiphany: Journeys of Discovery and Delight

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Susan Crossman shares personal true-life inspiring and enlightening experiences of epiphany - that moment of absolute clarity, realization and understanding. Also included are a few fictional stories by Crossman that also carry messages of epiphany. A very insightful and enlightening book that will help readers gain a better appreciation and understanding of themselves and the world around them. An absolutely superb read – highly recommended.
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Overview

Susan Crossman shares personal true-life inspiring and enlightening experiences of epiphany - that moment of absolute clarity, realization and understanding. Also included are a few fictional stories by Crossman that also carry messages of epiphany. A very insightful and enlightening book that will help readers gain a better appreciation and understanding of themselves and the world around them. An absolutely superb read – highly recommended.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781897453223
  • Publisher: Manor House Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/1/2013
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Crossman is a freelance writer with several decades of experience in the fields of journalism, government communications, PR and marketing and her focus these days lies in the creation of business documents that build reputations and inspire commitment. Although the work is intriguing and satisfying, she’s found that inside the heart of her professional approach to words beats the jungle drum of a creative writer. Susan currently juggles her freelance writing work with the care of two young children and in the rare moments when she is sure no-one is looking, she sneaks off to wrestle with the untidy task of writing for fun. The result has been the publication in 2011 of several essays in the Globe and Mail. The fall of 2011 marked the release of Shades of Teale, her novel about a woman’s journey through marriage to divorce. And the fall of 2012 marked the release of her non-fiction book Passages to Epiphany. Susan is a Master Practitioner of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), an expert in social media marketing and search engine optimization, and an awfully strong supporter of the value of chocolate as a medicinal agent. She is fluent in French and Spanish, completely comfortable with possibility and imperfection and absolutely useless with a vacuum. You can find out more information about Susan’s business writing and creative writing by visiting: www.crossmancommunications.com
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