New Amazon Best Seller Book Called Juicing For Healthier Families Offers Tips And Recipes For Healthy, Delicious Juices

  The Book contains 52 unique recipes along with other tips and is available on Amazon. It has quickly gained huge attention from around the world and has now become a best seller on Amazon. A new book by health and wellness expert Parul Agrawal demystifies juicing and offers practical guidelines and tips for people who want better health, more energy, and increased vitality. More and more people are turning to green juices as a way to improve not just their health, but also their mood. But even with that fact, many people either don’t understand the benefits or simply don’t know where to start. “Juicing is the easiest way to get high levels of vitamins, minerals, enzymes and disease-fighting antioxidants in your diet in a form that is quickly absorbed and assimilated by the body,” Agrawal said. “This book is my sincere effort to answer some of the most burning questions about juicing. It will unravel the mysteries of making green juices that are a treat for people’s taste buds and a nutritional gift for their bodies.” The book, which has become a best seller on Amazon, offers 52 unique recipes for green juices, allowing readers to try a[…]






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Iowa Author Sweetie Bee Releases “Heaven is for Real Is Todd Burpo?” Book to Piqued Interest

  “Heaven is for Real Is Todd Burpo?” by Des Moines, Iowa author Sweetie Bee is a new release that addresses the claims made in the popular book “Heaven is for Real”. Is “Heaven for Real” for real?  That’s the intriguing question author Sweetie Bee explores in her new booklet “Heaven is for Real Is Todd Burpo?” which takes a calm and balanced look at the inconsistencies present in the popular religious book. “I actually had a real life Near Death Experience (NDE) myself and I believe through my writing I can show you where the confusion with reality came in during the retelling of this little boy’s story,” commented Bee.  “It may come as a surprise, but I actually believe Colton had an NDE. I explain my theory in detail in my book.”  she continued,  “In the words of one of my college professors, ‘Reliability is consistency, again, reliability = consistency and validity = accuracy.’ I really think my book makes that point well.” “Heaven is for Real Is Todd Burpo?” is a fresh approach to the topic of “Heaven is for Real” free from speculation, with a focus on factual evidence.  This is a departure from other books[…]






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New Theory on JonBenet Ramsey Case Revealed

  Des Moines, Iowa — Sweetie Bee, the acclaimed author, has released her new book on Amazon. The book titled Little Girl Blu, tells the story of Todd Burpo’s son and his visit to heaven, which is known far and wide. The story, which was even made into a film did not tell the whole story, and now, author Sweetie Bee who has spent years researching what really happened has now released her book to bring a new factual side of the story.     The book is a completely different approach. This brand new factual who-dunnit is not a rehash of all the old theories. Police over the years have waffled between placing guilt on the Ramseys (Patsy, Burke, and John), an intruder, a pedophile, a stranger, a satanic sex slave ring, and finally John Mark Karr. The author does not force her theory upon the reader; rather she lets the evidence speak for itself. News reports have been plentiful in the case. The author decided that an unsolved puzzle with pieces scattered everywhere was useless to an innocent child. The information the author presents is not new; however, the way that she puts it all together for the[…]






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Fictional Work Inspired by Black Lives Matter Highlights Factual Realities of Modern Day Race Relations

  Arnetta Randall, Author of  ‘Stereotypically Me,’ Explores Segregation, Police Brutality and Political Corruption in Sophomore Book Release   CHICAGO, Ill. – Arnetta Randall, author of “Stereotypically Me” will debut her new novella, “Don’t Shoot,” on November 3. The book launches on the heels of several officer-involved shootings and riots across the U.S., and is largely inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement.   In “Don’t Shoot,” police shootings claim the lives of one white victim and one black victim in the city of Chicago. The story details the incidents and their aftermath, spotlighting the corrupt political machine and segregation that persist in the city today.   “While we would like to think discrimination is a southern problem, there are many issues in the north,” said Arnetta Randall on her blog. “Our nation is nowhere being the post-racial society we would like to be.”   “The inequality of our systems, education, housing and the intense concentration of poverty in black and brown neighborhoods is racist,” Randall continued. “Being silent about this is violence and ignoring this racism is complicity.”   Randall also uses “Don’t Shoot” to chronicle the evolution of Black Lives Matter, an activist movement that was born following[…]






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