Jami Watts and James E. Stewart Signing at BoB on Dec. 8
Sat, December 82018-12-08|Best of Books
Please help us welcome authors Jami Watts and James E. Stewart to our store! They will be signing copies of their books, FLATLINED: THE DIVINE CHOICE OF BECOMING HUMAN and THE CIVIL SAVAGE, on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
What if you were allowed to “peek behind the curtain” of your ordinary day-to-day life and discover unseen forces at work on your behalf? What if you found yourself able to communicate freely with Higher Guidance? What if Higher Guidance helped you to understand a beauty, significance and purpose to your life that you had not noticed before? Through meeting a series of spiritual advisers, a woman is about to have the opportunity to see her life in a different way. Jody Gray is the host of “Let’s Get Real,” a popular call-in radio show. At the beginning of the story, she believes that she has life “all figured out.” Suddenly, she finds that because of one serious error in judgment, she may lose everything that she currently values. She finds herself at a spiritual crossroad. "Flatlined: The Divine Choice of Becoming Human" has elements of the movie classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” and the popular book “Five People You Meet in Heaven.” The main character meets Spirit Guides that help her to reach a new understanding of the value of her own life. This story is based on the real life experiences of the author. It was written with the purpose of offering you a shift in perception that will help you discover the value, beauty and purpose of your own life.
Because of a life-changing event, Watts realized that there is more to life than she had been taught in school or church. She practices yoga and meditation and seeks deeper insights into spirituality through her daily life.
Who is the "Civil Savage?" It is you. It is me. The poems in this book have been written during the past 60 years. Each poem expresses the emotional life of a man as he passes through the stages of his own life.
Stewart is Watts' father. He is a former teacher and professor who has served in both the Navy and Marines.