Tom Evans’ Soulwave – short, thought provoking read

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http://thermograve.co.uk/category/digital-printing/ A Short Novel With a Fast Pace and A Wake-up Call For Us All

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Soulwave is a short story about a possible fascinating future, which is designed to whet the appetite for Tom’s expanded and expanding visionary work in progress, and it certainly does just that.

The self-contained story is well-researched, fantastical and compelling, woven through with hints of possible plot twists, and gives just enough hints about the characters to encourage anticipation of what is yet to come.

And it just could be a future that is waiting to happen, hidden in plain view. Mind-opening and thought provoking.
Currently  Clicking Here FREE on Kindle and I Tunes.
Highly Recommended.

Author’s Description

At only 7000 words long, you can read the whole book in a single commute on your iPhone or Kindle.

Soulwave tells of a fictional account of a possible near-future for the Earth and humanity. It is a sober reminder of how life on this planet is special and to be treasured.

It tells of a world where the ice caps have melted, the population has renormalised and of the cosmic joke to end all cosmic jokes – as far as humanity is concerned.

It’s written to inspire people to look up in wonder and amazement and to treat every day as if it is your last. We are only here and alive by the slimmest of chances and margins. This we must be eternally grateful for.

Soulwave is a future-history – that is something that might just happen It has happened to the Earth in the past and will undoubtedly happen again – we just can’t say when. It makes any fears about global warming seem trivial.

Although the message seems terminal, the story is really about how life propagates around the Universe that we are just one small part of. It will make you realise that we are only alive on this planet at this time by the slimmest of coincidences. Our planet and solar system are very special and we should cherish them and look after them.

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Author: Tom Evans
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The Secrets of Mastering Time

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Mastery in Time – Christine Miller

time fliesIn our modern world, ‘time’ seems to be at a premium; the majority claim they don’t have enough, and overload is a common complaint. Bombarded with information from multiple sources, many feel that time runs away with and from them, and they can never catch up.

So when I was recently invited by my friend Tom Evans, aka the Bookwright, to attend one of his time-bending workshops, and experiment with expanding, extending and transcending time, my curiosity was piqued.

‘I don’t have time’ could have been my response, ‘I’m far too busy’.

But I know that I can make time for the things I choose to do.

And I also have a policy of not describing myself as busy, because again, I will always find time for the people and activities I love. It might require some dancing around schedules, but it’s possible.

It’s a paradox that time can apparently pass at different rates for two people in the same space performing the same activity.  That brings back memories of schooldays! The one who is fully engaged and enjoying what they are involved in finds time whizzing by rapidly; but if you’re bored and uninterested, time drags slowly by and feels interminable. Same minutes and hours, different outlook, different outcome!

I pondered how we usually only procrastinate about what we are reluctant to do….then thought,
is that true? Do we?

What about those juicy, fulfilling projects that could transform many lives including our own? Do we always press on with those, and finish them off promptly, or does their importance and consequence bring up fears and reluctance because they might just lead to great change and transformation?

Sometimes change, welcome or unwelcome, makes us uncomfortable, so we shelve activities and make excuses in order to stay the same. It’s a bit crazy, really, because we and our world are changing constantly, ceaselessly, evolving with every breath, every action, every thought and feeling, so we might as well just get on with it. Yet still, sometimes, we resist.

We all have a different way of relating to time, and this varies at different times of our lives, the year, the day and the circumstance – obvious, I know, but sometimes we forget what is under our noses or ticking away on our wrists!

I found this poem which captures thoughts about time, expressed beautifully and engraved on a Sundial in a garden:

Time

Is

Too slow for those who wait

Too swift for those who fear

Too long for those who grieve

Too short for those who rejoice

But for those who Love

Time

Is

Eternity

by Henry Van Dyke

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More about the poem Yaddo Gardens

Tom’s Time Bending workshop offered us the opportunity to alter our perception of time, to play with the past, present and future, and to understand how we can create shifts in time and space to ensure things happen ‘just in time’. The old saying ‘time flies when you’re enjoying yourself’ certainly applied, as the day flew by, in very pleasant surroundings with a fascinating group of people also exploring a type of time travel – without an obvious tardis, more of a ‘build your own’ time machine approach! And it was time well spent, for sure.

If you want to bend time, and find more time for yourself, Tom has some workshops coming up in the near future – details here.

You might also be interested in reading this article on Transformation 

by Christine Miller

The Importance of a Good Author Interview

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I recently had such great fun talking to my good friend Tom Evans, aka The Bookwright.

The topic was his two latest books, Flavours of Thought and The Art & Science of Lightbulb Moments

Tom wants to have quality video footage to help promote his books, and also to have the experience of being drawn out on his subjects.

That’s something I really love to do, and after so many years of having conversations with authors I’ve developed some expertise which gets really excellent results.

My vast experience of personal and business growth and development and the fact that I’ve interviewed hundreds of people have honed my abilities. One leading international multi-million seller employs me as his ‘primacy effect’ whenever he comes back from his lecturing and book promotion trips because it helps him centre and relocate after months away.

According to my interviewees, I’m an ‘agent provocateur’, a catalyst, a novel thinker and questioner who refreshingly reaches parts others do not – stimulating them into new areas of thought and ideas; it’s a brilliantly synergistic process that gets great results for all.  For a long time our authors have been asking me to offer them special expert interviews to promote their new books, courses and events, so I’ve decided to oblige.

You can find out more by emailing me on  interviews@resourcemagazine.co.uk  or Skype MChristineMiller for an ‘Expert Interview’ factsheet.

Read what Tom says:

“By far the best way an author can promote their work is through an interview …. but not any old interview. Both the questions asked and the manner in which they are asked and the interview is conducted is crucial to making you feel at ease and communicating your message.

I was doubly honoured last week not only to be interviewed by Christine Miller, Editor of ReSource Magazine, for both of my new books but also that, as a consummate professional, she had taken the time to read both my books so she could ask me just the right questions. I am thrilled too to hear she is now launching a service to interview authors in the Business Growth, Personal Development and Mind, Body, Spirit genres.

Don’t take my word for how good it is – see the two interviews below …”

You can find out more by emailing Christine Miller at  interviews@resourcemagazine.co.uk  for an ‘Expert Interview’ factsheet.
Skype:
MChristineMiller

Words from just a few of our interviewees:

“I love what you did with my interview…. I’m happy to work with you any time.”
Jack Canfield, “America’s #1 Success Coach”, Founder & CEO, Chicken Soup for the Soul Enterprises

“I feel your interview of ALL I ever did (maybe in my life) really GOT IT–who I am and why. Since then when we had the interview (in a very magical way) we found a funder, a wonderful Swiss guy, a business genius.”
Dr Candace Pert, Neuroscientist, bestselling author of ‘Molecules of Emotion’, and ‘How to Feel Go(o)d’

‘It is the most beautiful thing anyone has written about me and I honor you forever for it. It will be a permanent part of my press kit.’
Dr Barbara de Angelis, author of fourteen best-selling books which have sold over eight million copies

“Your questions provoke many new thoughts and creative ideas, you are an ‘agent provocateur’, and in our interviews and conversations you are able to reach parts no-one else does.”
Tony Buzan, Multi-million bestselling author of over 90 books, speaker and inventor of Mind Maps