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My name is Katherine Jennings, I am the publicity assistant for Hampton Roads Publishing Co. HRP is a small independent publisher that publishes mainly non-fiction body, mind, spirit type books.
We have several Witchcraft/Wicca/Pagan titles and will be releasing many more this fall. We have a limited number of review copies available of current and upcoming titles (preference will be given to people who can place reviews on multiple sites ie- LT, Amazon, blog, personal site, etc.). Some available titles are:
The Witches' Almanac edited by Thetic
The premiere almanac for the adept, occultist , witch and wizard. This year's theme (2009-2010) is Plants and Healing Herbs.
366 Celt by Carl McColman
Daily Celtic inspirations rooted in the mysteries of the spirit, a reverence for nature, and compassion for humanity.
The Psychic Housewives' Handbook: How to Keep Your Feet on the Ground and Your Head in the Stars byLorraine Roe
A wacky, light-hearted approach to developing psychic abilities. Includes exercises and tips on maintaining appropriate boundaries, building healthy relationships, and consulting one’s spirit guides to help any woman connect with the psychic energy within and around her to enrich her life.
The Magic Mirror by John Nelson
Divination through the ancient art of scrying.
Back in Time Tarot by Janet Boyer
Gain insight and understanding of the present--and ultimately your future--by exploring the past. An intuitive approach to the Tarot that allows you to "feel the truth" of the cards as they relate to specific parts of your life.
Kuan Yin Chronicles byMartin Palmer and Jay Ramsey
A comprehensive introduction to Kuan Yin, the most important, best-loved deity in the Chinese world. With sections about her origins and evolution, myths and stories, and poem translations, this book reveals that Kuan Yin is the mystery and power of the divine feminine, who transcends all doctrines, creeds, and traditions.
Feel free to check out our library and our website http://www.hrpub.com and let me know if you would be interested in reviewing any of our titles.
Hampton Roads has made similar offers over in the Early Reviewers group, and many people (myself included, I'm currently working on my 2nd review of one of their books) have received review copies outside of the "Early Reviewers" structure (oddly enough, I got another of their books this month via the E.R. system!).
What, exactly, do you find "flagable" in somebody offering free books if you're interested in reviewing them?
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