St. Clair Publications keeps cranking out wonderful works in many genres.
Several new books have just been released by St. Clair Publications that need to be announced. This process moves so fast that we often don’t get around to talking about one before others are out.
First, from Canadian author-webmaster and teacher, Michele Doucette, comes A Metaphysical Primer.
In this well-written back-to-basics look at the spiritual makeup, and purpose, of man, Michele Doucette deals, head-on, with the great philosophical questions that have continued to plague humanity from the beginning of their existence on this planet. After laying out the basics, she takes each question and explores it with genuine care for her readers; her stated purpose being to empower, motivate and inspire others to live happier (more fulfilled) lives. There exists a secret in this vast universe of ours: if you can change the way you perceive any given situation, then each context, thereafter, will have changed. In essence, if you can change the way you look at things, the things you look at will change. In reminding us that thought is all powerful, that thought is creation, so, too, must we awaken to the importance of entertaining positive and uplifting thoughts for our own health and well-being. Drawing from both the wisdom of the ages, as well as views held by the great sages throughout history, she attempts to help others connect with eternal Source. Through extensive research, including her own analytical prowess, and wisdom, this author describes, and deciphers, what it takes to know thyself, the essential goal that we all strive towards. The intent of this book is four-fold;  to relieve the reader of worry, stress, fear and guilt,  to show the reader how to both embrace positive energy and reject negative energy,  to delve within oneself, thereby living metaphysical principles, and  to transform one’s inner world through spiritual metamorphosis. In conclusion, this stimulating, well-researched, well-documented, read, is one of Michele’s best.
Then there’s new author, keeper at the Arkansas Crystal Works, Genn John. Here work is titled, Understanding the Crystal People: A Handbook for Light Workers.
It is a working manual and reference guide to help Lightworkers and crystal lovers master their connection to the crystal world. Including a channeled message from the Crystal People, imparted is the knowledge that crystals are sentient beings. Genn takes you on a journey of discovery, following the crystals on their voyage from their inception deep in the Earth through their birth into the light and beyond.
This crystal reference book is a must have for people who desire to fully understand their connection with the crystal kingdom and who wish to enhance their working knowledge of these majestic beings. In this book, you will learn how to use self-directed, intuitive guidance in working with the Crystal People and how to understand them in your own way, rather than hearing their voice through someone else’s filter.
Understanding the Crystal People is a fun, informative and invaluable addition to any crystal lovers’ working collection.
Thirdly, Tennessee native, James E. Sandlin’s historical book, Clod Buster, U.S. Marine, Cumberland Presbyterian, Manufacturing Engineer, is a rich, photo-filled history of the families and people surrounding DeKalb and Warren County, Tennessee.
My daughter, Genevieve St. Clair is the director of a women’s inter-city rescue work in Toledo Ohio, called The Art of Hope. Her new book, Inside my Head, is a touching novel.
Constance is a wicked, judgmental lustful woman going to church every Sunday. The fun begins as she takes on the challenge of a Bible study she knows nothing about with the very women she has been secretly judging. Testimonies reveal the truth about those women and she discovers the truth about herself and her God.
Finally, just released this week, is my humorous offering titled, Limericks, Jokes and Other Such Rubbish. It is a rich mixture of comical topics, all clean, including original limericks, cute things kids said, names with witty connotations, strange true stories, blonde jokes, puns, Scottish jokes, unusual snippets from actual church bulletins, thoughtful quotes of famous folks and lots of passed-on humor. All is included that we may have a hearty laugh, and not intended to be hurtful to anyone.
All are now available at stclairpublications.com and Amazon around the world. Check them out today!