Tuesday, December 9, 2014
You have a chance to WIN a $100.00 Amazon Gift Card between December 22 and December 30! Go to www.kindlebookreview.com and while you’re at it check out my book, In the Between that will be showcased, too. In the Between and Psychology of Numbers are both being offered for One Dollar from now until the end of the year. Can't beat that priced...but wait, you actually can. Psychology of Numbers will be available as a Free Kindle Download from December 27th through December 30th. Don't have a Kindle reader? Not a problem, just download the Kindle Ap for FREE and read the book on your computer. Oh, and don't forget to check out the 2015 Energies at: www.maysinclairphd.com
For so many years I’ve tried to pay Microsoft for their products and always end up wanting to smash my computer. It’s finally gotten to the point where I’ve given up. It is said that doing the same thing over and over and expecting another result is a sign of insanity. Well, I’ve decided to go sane, rather than insane, and I’m seeking other solutions to the problem. I’ve changed my email addresses so they are not Hotmail or Outlook or anything connected with Microsoft. Of course, that also means I have to get places like Google, Goodreads, Amazon, my friends, my fans, and my clients to take the old email address off their lists. I’ve discovered that is not as easy as I’d hoped. After several days of going into one cyberspace loop after another, I think I’m getting there—I hope.
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Generally I won't bother reading a book by a Pulitzer Prize winner. I've read too many that are boring and tedious. But the topic held my interest, it was at Costco for $9.99, so I gave it a shot. And discovered that Katherine Boo is an exception to my loose rule about prize winning authors. Seldom does a book grab me and hold onto my head as this one did. I told everyone I saw the day I’d almost finished it—even the bank teller—that they had to read it. Consciousness raising, yes. Soul impacting, possibly. And all without bias, or tugging at heart strings, just the facts, allowing the reader to make up his or her mind about how their choices and actions, in an effort to maintain a sense of worth, to feel any level of peacefulness, might be what keeps bullying and thuggery the status quo. No matter what economic condition or country examined. This book spoke to me in a way that clarified how the urge for self-preservation can, and often does, overshadow morality. How each of us will ignore those oppressed until they rise up against that oppression to cause damage to our own world—be it large or small. Thugs exist as long as their thuggery gets a payoff. Perhaps some people are genuinely compassionate, while others only make real changes when their way of life is actually threatened. And as soon as the threat is stopped they go right back to ignoring the underlying cause of the threat. Even politicians and corporate magnates can be looked at from the point of them being fearful that their world could collapse should they do much of anything to change the state of their world. Enough is never enough when that old Malthusian principle comes into the dynamics of thought—whether conscious, unconscious, or sub-conscious—that there isn’t enough to go around. Democracy becomes: let the mongrels sleep in their own feces, and fight among each other, unless they become a thinking pack.
Friday, February 28, 2014
The last experience with Kindle was a great success, so I am delighted to let you know that in partnership with Kindle, my book that includes over 6,000 dream symbols, The Sandman’s Treasury, can be downloaded at NO charge beginning March 7, 2014 through, March 11, 2014. 5 days - FREE Download Here’s the link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/product/1461088941 We can use our dreams however we choose: ignore them, let them tell our fortune, or learn how to use them to change our future.