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Hearing Voices May Be Good For You
It’s a classic sign of schizophrenia. In fact, most of us fear someone who openly admits to hearing voices. But what if the voice the person hears is the voice of reason or the voice of conscience? Is this still a bad sign? Maybe there are some voices that can actually improve your life. What if you suddenly heard a voice, made an unlikely friend, and learned something new about life on earth? If you’ve never experienced this yourself, here’s your chance to read about it.
Conversations with the Moon is the most unique work to be published in quite some time. The format breaks out of traditional story telling by creating a dialog between the moon and the author. In the book, the moon is a curious spectator of earth who has observed many lifetimes. The moon asks questions and shares anecdotes while talking with the author. The result of these conversations is a series of stories about life on earth told from the perspective of someone who has seen a lot of lifetimes and has much to offer anyone who will take the time to listen.
There are many voices in every person’s life: the voice of reason, the voice of conscience, and the voice of opinion, to name a few. While some of these voices are harmful, some enrich our lives. Conversations with the Moon is one voice not to be missed.
About Fields of Gold Publishing, Inc.
Fields of Gold Publishing, Inc. publishes books, music and CDs. Fields of Gold, Inc. produces a small number of high quality works of art each year. Products from Fields of Gold have been translated into other languages and are distributed in five foreign countries as well as the United States.
About the Author
Amy Neftzger was born and raised in the Chicago suburbs where she studied classical piano and flute. She moved to Nashville in 1990 where she finished graduate school and completed her Master’s degree in psychology.
She has written numerous articles and book chapters for business and scholarly publications before beginning to write fiction. Her first book is a collection of short stories called “Conversations with the Moon.”