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An author of non-fiction, young adult fiction, stage plays and more, David Alan Brown earned his BFA in Film and Television, with a writing emphasis, from New York University. He has worked with young people in leadership and personal development for many years and travels as an inspirational speaker. His play Lily’s Blue was included in the Landing Theatre’s 2015 New American Voices Reading Series and was a semi-finalist in Kitchen Dog Theater’s 2014 New Works Festival. In 2009 The Manhattan Theatre Source chose It Is What It Is, a full length drama, for its Playground Development Series. His comedy shorts have been performed by The Actor’s Project of New York and Frogs With Fangs Comedy Troupe. He is the published author of two nonfiction books (The Self-Help Paradox and Answer The Call), and has also written a YA novel, numerous short stories and freelance journalism through American Media Distributors. He lives in Indianapolis with his wife and daughters.
on Sep. 07, 2011 :
A moving, meaningful, and wisdom-filled work which teaches one how to "walk-the-walk" on a daily, real-life basis. David's words and actions demonstrate exactly what it means to apply spiritual principles to each and every day, each and every situation of our lives. His book not only explains these principles and how they impact our lives, and those of many, many others; but illustrates the power they have in living spiritually through one of life's most challenging events.
This book moved me greatly! It impacts the heart, mind, and soul. It has stayed with me for many, many days and I return to it again and again: physically, mentally, and spiritually.
I highly recommend David's excellent work to anyone seeking more love, peace, joy, and prosperity in their lives. This is not simply a "self-help" or "how-to" book. This is a powerful and lasting story of living a life of meaning, impact and love. The most important kind of life one can ever have!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)