Author Spotlight
Eva's Store
The Law of Attraction Can Kiss The Left Side of My Behind! (and that ain't no SECRET!) By Eva Ravenwood
eBook (PDF): $3.50
THE SECRET craze has reached absurd proportions. That's a good thing, if you are a Law of Attraction student on this plane this time. But what if you are not? What if your primary lesson is... More > totally different, not driven by merely what you can concoct with positive thinking and the other elements advertised and discussed ad nauseum in this marketing craze? A person might want to figure out what their true life lesson is, rather than wasting time with a group of concepts that are not appropriate for them. Eva Ravenwood talks about the problems with always looking for an easy fix.< Less
The Next God By Eva Ravenwood
Paperback: $16.45
Prints in 3-5 business days
(6 Ratings)
“As effectively, if not more powerfully, Eva, like Neale Donald Walsch and his Conversations With God, assures us of Mother/Father/God’s existence and that we are never alone. “... More > Gwyn F. McGee – aka Eboni Snoe Author of Something Deep in My Bones "The Next God" is one woman's journey through developing communication with the other side, and the messages she has received from beyond about our world, their world, and God's purpose for us all. It may also be a roadmap for us all to communicate with our Creator.< Less
The Law of Attraction Can Kiss The Left Side of My Behind! (and that ain't no SECRET!) By Eva Ravenwood
Paperback: $9.50
Prints in 3-5 business days
THE SECRET craze has reached absurd proportions. That's a good thing, if you are a Law of Attraction student on this plane this time. But what if you are not? What if your primary lesson is... More > totally different, not driven by merely what you can concoct with positive thinking and the other elements advertised and discussed ad nauseum in this marketing craze? A person might want to figure out what their true life lesson is, rather than wasting time with a group of concepts that are not appropriate for them. Eva Ravenwood talks about the problems with always looking for an easy fix.< Less