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I have two books out that employ extensive use of history: Better Living Through Alchemy, and Green Gold, Marijuana in Magic and Religion which is out of print now. Judy Osburn and I are currently working on a derivative of it that will be in e-pub format, and available at Amazon when finished. We are no longer publishing in paper format.
My new e-book, Better Living Through Alchemy was published at Amazon in October.
Better Living Through Alchemy Volume I, journey through history exploring the multifaceted Origins of Alchemy in Part I. Part II examines the profound Spiritual Elements in Alchemy. The Volume is subtly centered around the goal of achieving Better Living Through Alchemy enriching the lives of all who may read it.
I am currently working on Volume II, Alchemy Praxis which is a non-fiction account of my personal alchemy practice including illuminating comparisons with the historical writing of the alchemy philosophers, sages and adepts of history containing a multitude of excerpts from rare treatises of the old masters.
Most of my writing is non-fiction involving Initiatic experiences and comparative history. I have a heavily illustrated (artwork by my brother Glynn Osburn) book for children, Garden Life, which I am still in the process of laying out for e-publication.
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Hi Lynn, thanks for checking in. I love publishing in the ebook format. I just don't have the technical where-with-all to self pub, especially when there are three formats. I wish I did. I'd make more money. But I give up a little dough for the peace of mind.
You have a lot going as well. You are obviously way more disciplined than I am, proved by all the research you have done. I wish you well with your books as ebooks.
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Welcome, Lynn! I'm new here as well, and look forward to seeing you around the community. If you have a chance, I'd love for you to check out my blog at http://toofond.wordpress.com. I'm just getting started in the book blogging world and would love to network with other readers and writers. Thanks!
Lynn, it's lovely to have you here. This is a great place to Network andmake friends. If you have a momentvisit my blog and let me know ifyou follow so i can return the favor. Go to: http://novel-moments.blogspot.com/
Yeah, interacting with others can be a bit confusing on here. If you want to message someone, you need to be friends with them first, otherwise, writing on his or her profile wall is the only other alternative. The advantage of being friends is that you can mass message everyone on your friend's list when you have something to announce.
Welcome to Book Blogs, Lynn :) Happy New Year!! This site can be a bit overwhelming at first, so if you have any questions please feel free to ask me. I’ve been a member for a few months and have found the resources on here to be excellent. When you get a chance, please stop by my blog http://ro-alwaysinspired.blogspot.com/. If you decide to follow me, please let me know and I will return the favor :)
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