Today, I’m visiting the photography, videography, and story-telling website of The Orange Lamphouse Studio on my virtual book tour. Silmara Emde and Curtis Emde, the founders of this versatile studio, bring a range of complementary skill sets to their endeavours.
Trust the Mystery couples engaging storytelling with provocative quotes and questions to inspire my readers into observing and reflecting on their own life with greater awareness. The process starts to reveal our purpose. How we respond from our own inner divine wisdom interprets our experiences of living in this world; this affects our consciousness and our awareness of where we are on our path.
As you read my stories, your growing awareness becomes a garment you wear more easily, shifting your
For that reason, I have a page on this website linking to dedicated pages for each of them. There I show their image, an image of their book cover if their book has been published, a description of their book, a link to their website, and any testimonial they’ve given me.
Check out the page of links at Authors Whose Books I’ve Edited.
This is a new service I’m providing, so if I’ve edited your book in some way, even if it was only through proofreading or production editing, please send me material that I can add to this site.
Here is a page for one of my most recent authors: Mehrnaz Massoudi and here is her website: Mehrnaz Massoudi.
Do you recognize this open shelving area for magazines etc. in the West End?
Please let me know if you’re successful in finding one of these free, help-yourself Advent (and now, Twelves Days of Christmas) copies of Trust the Mystery: Questions, Quotes, and Quantum Wisdom. That will make all the subterfuge worthwhile!
This time, you get only two photos for the four books. It’s getting harder!
Have you ever heard of Sir Harry Burrard-Neale, 2nd Baronet, of Walhampton (1765–1840)? Apparently, Captain George Vancouver gave this baronet’s name to Burrard Inlet, though he called it Burrard’s Canal.
And now we have Burrard Street and Burrard Peninsula, Burrard federal electoral district, Vancouver-Burrard, a provincial electoral district, Burrard Station SkyTrain station, Burrard Dry Dock Shipyards in North Vancouver, and Burrard Indian Band.
The location that both these photos were taken is either on or just off Burrard Street. Do you recognize this free library? Or these waiting room chairs?
And the fourth one in this group is hiding somewhere in the Vancouver Art Gallery, nestled between books about one of my favourite Group of Seven artists. How’s that for a good hint!
It might still be there. Go, take a look.
And don’t bank on this one still being at the ATM.
Thanks to family who live in Kamloops, these free copies of my book are gracing someone’s bookshelves.
Think of them as early Christmas gifts!
Meanwhile, three more finders-keepers copies of Trust the Mystery: Questions, Quotes, and Quantum Wisdom are hiding in Vancouver, two in the West End and one where the height of land is marked by oak trees. And don’t you think that there should always be presents under a tree?