I'm a writer born and raised in Virginia. I once let my mind wander and it never came back. I would have gone looking for it, but I'm not about that life. My writing style is all over the place and I write all kinds of genres. Enjoy my books and hopefully they will make your life better in some way.
Here is some old footage from the 1960s of an episode of "The Writer's Garden" with special guest, Ian Cardenas, author of the self-help book, "The Rock Star Manifesto". If you can't tell, the whole video is a big joke.
Robert continues to use the plant's magical properties to improve his poor mental state. After learning that it can also benefit other aspects of his life, he indulges in its powers more often and begins to experience a variety of favorable outcomes. All seems well for Robert until he makes an impulsive decision that will change his relationship with the plant as well as the world around him.
This is Part II of "The Seed of God". In Part I, a stranger gave Robert a gift that he promised would fill the void he had been feeling in his life.The gift proved to be everything the stranger told him it would be and much more. But with this gift, that does in fact make Robert's emptiness dissipate, many complications arise that are capable of causing great problems in his life. Is it worth it?
Robert is living the archetypal American Dream. However, no matter how great his life seems to be on the surface, he can't help but feel an emptiness from within. Just when he is on the brink of giving up on ever filling the void, he is given a mysterious present that is able to solve his growing problem. But do the benefits outweigh the consequences that come from using this powerful gift?
You can read this book fast or you can read this book slow, but now you can witness the faces of Joe. Sometimes he's high and sometimes he's low, some days he's sad and others he'll glow. His emotions are strong and he'll give you a show, when you open The Many Faces of Emotional Joe.
This book not only teaches readers how to achieve their wildest dreams and aspirations, but also emphasizes the point that anyone, no matter who they are or what their current circumstances may be, can attain Rock Stardom through the use of the valuable lessons within.