Author Steven Clark Bradley is a multifaceted, professionally published author. Because of Steven’s unique experience as a world-traveling author, he is able to very vividly and authentically write about place that many have only read about and few have actually seen. Steven simply loves writing, and he has been blessed to travel extensively and loves to see the world. His travels around the world to 35 countries give him a really interesting amount and unique ways of explaining the characters in his stories. The driving force of his life is to tell the world around him what he has seen and how it impacts our lives today, how yesterday brought us to where we are now, and how it will certainly affect us all in the future.

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Inclinations Speaks To The Hidden World Only Few Have Touched

ISBN-10: 1882918274

I just love literature that gets beyond the world we know and delves into the world that I, as a believer in a real, true, living God, love to peek into. Evidently, Author David Harrington enjoys the same thing. In his short novel, Inclinations, David Harrington takes the reader into the world of the angels and demonstrates how these Heavenly creatures do influence the world in which we live. It is an interesting read.

Having penned the novel, Nimrod Rising, I gained a lot of knowledge, both Biblical and extra-biblical that gave me a very keen interest in Mr. Harrington's book. I enjoyed it a lot and felt that those of us who can feel that we are indeed not alone in the universe, you will find this book startling
and illuminating. I like how Amazon describes his book below. I hope you will read this post and get a copy of David Harrington's book, Inclinations.

Steven Clark Bradley
Author of Patriot Acts Nimrod Rising StillBorn!
Probable Cause



Amazon's Description of
Inclinations by David Harrington

Replete with angels and mythical creatures, Inclinations is a strange and allegorical mixture of poetry and prose. Based on a series of mystical and esoteric visions, this collection of short stories and poems covers a wide variety of themes including faith, judgment, mysticism and spiritual warfare. With a bit of prophecy clouded in the metaphor of sacred language, one must decide where to interpret the text literally and where to interpret it figuratively.

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Here's What One Reader Thought About

Inclinations

by

David Harrington

PRAISE FOR DAVID B. HARRINGTON,
By Irene Brodsky (brooklyn new york)
"Inclinations" by David B. Harrington is truly creative, unique, spiritual, biblical, mystical, and well-written. I am especially moved to see that Mr. Harrington dedicated his book to the blessed memory of his mother, Julie Gelston Harrington (1919 - 2005)

I feel that people of all faiths and religions can learn much from this book of esoteric visions, fantasy,truth, insight, the heavens, judgment and all that is sacred. This book could create a whole new audience of believers. Mr. Harrington is to be praised for the beauty and warmth he brings to his book. His interest in mysticism, scriptures, profecy, angels, metaphors, spirits and the Lord is refreshing. I think he has great vision to take upon himself to write what he feels passionately about and not to settle for being a carbon copy of anyone else, He is his own person and obviously proud of it,

It has been a pleasure to review "Inclinations" by David B. Harrington.
I am proud to say that I am giving my autographed copy of this book to The Brooklyn College Library to be cataloged and placed on their shelf for all students to share!

Sincerely,
Irene Brodsky
Faculty member - Brooklyn College City University of New York
and Author of "Poetry Unplugged" (Outskirts Press.2008)

Here’s An Excerpt From

Inclinations

GREAT MOTHER

Disregard the Great Mother and she’ll disregard you when it comes time to suckle her breasts. You who hover above her while your bones turn to dust in her belly, have you forgotten her as well? Do her loving arms fasten you down as you wander aimlessly in the Land of Shadow longing to be free, where nobody has substance and nothing to sustain them but gravity itself.


Remember then, the softness of your Mother’s warm caress when she nestled you close to her bosom and brushed gently against your cheek. Remember how you once slumbered peacefully in her womb and dreamt of a hopeful renewal? Remember, as you lie paralyzed in the stench of her bowels, the richness of her beauty and the fragrance of her flowery folds: The sweet aroma of roses and cherry blossoms, laced with lilac.


So come all you blood drinkers and flesh-eaters to the Banquet of the Great Mother! Watch how she trembles and shakes as you cut her to pieces and gnaw at her flesh. Then burn her with fire and laugh in her face, leaving her to smolder in ash. Feel her icy breath upon you like a cold winter frost, O you who strip away her dignity and rip apart her veil: For even now her sorrows are mounting. Go ahead: Bind her wrists, chain her ankles. Poke her with needles and stick her with pins! But beware children, it is because of you that our Mother is enraged. She is as wroth as a cosmic dragon: Feel her fiery breath upon you like a hot desert storm. Her lungs are clogged with thick black smoke that fumes from her nostrils, rising up to overwhelm her. The four winds swirl around her, one for every season. Can you hear them whisper her name? So go ahead: Plant your orchards and vineyards while her skin is still moist, O you who blind her eyes and leave her “Inclinations” naked and shivering in the sun to die: For even now her tear drops are falling.


Behold your Mother’s glory and kiss her on the cheek. Lift the burden which weighs so heavy on her weary shoulders. She was once a lovely young celestial virgin, pure and unspoiled, in a garden paradise bursting with ripened fruit, sweet and delicious. But how we ravish her like wild animals, who can blame her for rebelling? How much more can she withstand, this Mother of ours, whom we cast aside like a used up whore, all trampled and torn. Has she not sung us tender lullabies and rocked us gently to sleep in cradles of swan feathers and pine needles? Be kind to your Mother and treat her with respect, I tell you! Why must you thrust her full of holes? Just how much venom must you sink into her veins before she becomes immune and rises up to swallow us like a viper? Step out into the light, O you Children of Darkness, and cover your eyes with coal. Step out of the darkness, all you Children of Light, with your lamps trimmed way down low. See how your Mother feeds the beasts of the field and the creatures of the forest that assemble at her feet, some by day some by night. The lion, jackal and wildebeest come from miles around just to drink out of her hands and taste her crystal clear waters. The birds of the air nestle in her hair and the fish course through her veins to and fro the heart of her ocean.


Call to mind how she once flowed with milk and honey, and with wine. And now, even in her old age, she is pleased to nourish us with all the essentials of life. What is it that is wrong with us? Are we no better than the hounds and vultures who will be left to lick at her wounds and lap up her blood, or will we rescue in time to save ourselves? I think not.

________________________

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Take A Look At "Homeless Like Me" by Donald James Parker


Homeless Like Me
The premise of this book is something I have thought about doing as a writer, myself. I am by no means a wealthy man now, but there was a time when all I built up just was wised away and I wondered about researching the homeless plight and try to get into their heads and figure out what drove them to such depths.

In my younger years, when I had not yet met the many rigors of adulthood, I thought all homeless people were mentally ill and worthless. I know, that's pretty harsh and, it was not until I faced the ruin of what I had worked for that understood that most of us are but a few missing paychecks out of the homeless shelter. So, my outlook widened and my mercy grew and I understood that so many made a decision, one day that they had bucked up against the system long enough and screw it all! I saw that and made a conscious decision to fight back and never give up my dreams. So, it seems is Brian, the main character of the novel, Homeless Like Me by Donald James Parker.

I hope you will read the description below of this fine novel. I think of the words of the Psalm of David, King of Israel "Where can I go from your Spirit? Where can I flee from your presence? If I go up to the heavens, you are there; if I make my bed in the depths, you are there."
(Psalm 139 verse 8)

Wherever we go, God is there, and He is not silent. This book very profoundly demonstrates God's care in the deepest and most entrenched broken lives. You should read it. It will speak to you.

Steven Clark Bradley
Author of Patriot Acts Nimrod Rising StillBorn!
Probable Cause

Brian has a dream of writing the great American novel. He knows that without a gimmick to set him apart from the rest of the pack, he'll never succeed. From reading Black Like Me, he gets the idea to masquerade as a homeless man to get the material to write the saga of those suffering from poverty. During his first visit to the local homeless shelter to gather facts, he is accosted by Zeke, one of the subjects of his research.

In order to save his skin, Brian spills his guts to the huge black man. After hearing the story, Zeke sees value in the project for his homeless brethren, and pledges to help the wannabe paperback writer. Also on his first visit, a vision of loveliness, aptly named Angel, takes away Brian's breath and subsequently his heart. She turns out to be a fanatical Christian who is waiting for God to reveal the identity of her future husband. Brian decides to write a novel and make Angel the heroine hoping to win her heart in the process.

About The Author

Don is a 1968 graduate of Madison Central High School in Madison, South Dakota. He graduated from Dakota State University in Madison in 1972 with a degree in secondary education. After moving to Washington State in 1981, Don studied computer programming and turned his writing efforts to software.

After twenty-five years of IT work, Don's passion for writing flared up again, and the doctors couldn't do anything to cure it. The outcome is a five book series involving two generations of the Masterson family and four stand alone novels to date. The main focus of his work involves entertaining while educating through the struggle of his characters to find truth. Rather than avoiding controversial subjects, Parker seeks out to shine a spotlight on issues of life which cause conflict.

What Do Readers Think?

A Compelling Read From Beginning To End, November 29, 2009
by Apex Reviews (Durham, NC USA)


In his efforts to write the Great American Novel, Brian comes up with an ingenious idea: in order to depict the plights of homeless people struggling against poverty, he decides to masquerade as a homeless man. That way, his story will not only be convincing, it will also be based on the genuine, authentic experience of being homeless. As his journey unfolds, though, something quite unexpected happens to Brian: he falls for Angel, a vision of pure loveliness with a heart as big as the Grand Canyon. The only problem: Angel is an impassioned Christian soldier determined not to marry until God delivers her husband to her - whereas Brian has no use for religion at all. As his literary efforts evolve in an effort to win Angel's heart, Brian is little prepared for the ways in which he himself will actually be changed when all is said and done...

Homeless Like Me courageously exposes the reader to one of the more often ignored aspects of the human experience. Deriving its name from a play on the title of the familiar work Black Like Me, author Donald James Parker's insightful tale chronicles a similar journey through the good, bad, and ugly experiences of a particular subset of the greater population. Without falling into hyperbole or exaggeration, Homeless Like Me provides the reader with invaluable insight into how devastating homelessness can be - as well as just how easily it can happen to anyone, regardless of the stability of your current situation. Despite the heaviness of the subject, though, Parker's trademark humor adds just the right touch of levity, providing an effective counterbalance to what could be a decidedly difficult subject to explore.

A compelling read from beginning to end, Homeless Like Me is recommended reading for anyone unfamiliar with the specific trials and tribulations that accompany life as a homeless person. Sure to inspire an increased appreciation for the plights of people from all walks of life.


Latonya Franklin Apex Reviews Homeless like me: A review, October 31, 2009 by A. Liu "Artimus"

Homeless Like Me is a novel/e-book published by Sword of the Spirit Publications, a small Christian publishing house set up by the author and a few others interested in spreading the word of God. I was approached by Donald through Book Blogs and invited to review one of his books.

Homeless Like Me has taken inspiration from the international bestseller Black Like Me, written by John Howard Griffin, a white man who posed as an African American for six weeks travelling through the more racially segregated areas of America in the late 1950's.

Although Homeless has taken its cue from Black Like Me, it has gone off on a very different pathway. Brian, the protagonist, is a guy interested in making a quick fortune by writing a book about what it is like to be homeless. As part of his research he visits the local homeless shelter posing as one of those down on their luck but things get hairy when he is busted by Zeke, a big bear-like man who doesn't take kindly to Brian's covert mission. However, they soon find that each has something that the other needs and an uneasy friendship is formed and their journey takes them to some very unexpected places, both physically and metaphysically.

This book contains a lot of different strong themes: homelessness, homosexuality, Christianity and the global economic crisis - which makes the 200 odd pages seem very crowded and a little confused in places. In the first half of the book, I felt that the narrative relied too heavily on character dialogue, mainly between Brian and Zeke, but the flow improved greatly in the second half.

As readers, we join Brian and Zeke, two non-believers as they struggle with their skepticism about God and religion in general. The spiritual struggle that they go through, Brian's in particular, was very effective and realistically mirrors a lot of people's internal conflict about God. With the help of Brian's love interest Angel and the perceptive Soaring Eagle, Brian and Zeke eventually resolve their own struggles and take on the struggles of others.

Being not of the Christian faith myself, I have to admit that at times I found this a highly challenging read. The evangelical religious content of this book is very clear and holds no punches - something not often found on the bookshelves of your local bookstore.

The mission of Sword of the Spirit publications is, according to their website: to distribute uplifting, inspirational, exhortational and challenging literature, both fiction and nonfiction, that will help non-believers understand and embrace Jesus and solidify the faith of the believers and aid them in the quest to live a Godly lifestyle.

I think this book meets that mission with (spiritual) guns blazing through this interesting and compelling story.

Written by Kathryn Liu http://kathmeista.blogspot.com

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Cheri is an innocent fourteen-year-old raised in a small town in Nebraska. Her father lands a promotion, demoting her to a status of 'nobody' in a much larger and inhospitable city. One of the few people she connects with in her new school spills the beans that Cheri is still a virgin. Some of her cool schoolmates exert pressure on her to unbuckle the chastity belt. Faced with the loneliness of the new environment and coupled with relationship problems with her father, Cheri finds the temptation growing strong. When her father recruits a sixty-something babysitter, she is ready to rebel. However, she finds that Jean Macalester is no ordinary woman. Jean's womanly wisdom, background as a flute teacher, and love of God provide a counterweight to the peer pressure of Judy Green, the girl who goes on a crusade to convert Cheri to modern morality. When Cheri and Duke Williams, Cheri's new crush, discover the church youth group plans a chastity pledge, they have to decide whether to join or fly solo.

LOVE BECOMES A REAL SCIENCE For Jeremy, a high school senior growing up near Seattle, there are five seasons: rainy, dry, football, basketball, and baseball season. Jeremy`s world has always revolved around his father and sports. Now there is a new Heavenly body in town whose gravity is pulling Jeremy away from the orbit around his dad. Maria Masterson, the new girl in school, is on a mission to make her voice heard in the debate over the theory that man evolved from lower life forms. Jeremy`s father adamantly believes in Charles Darwin`s theory. Who will win the tug of war over Jeremy`s heart and mind?

Jeremy has studied the theory of evolution and its inherent weaknesses. His conclusion is that the world itself is a testimony to the existence of a creator. He decides to throw himself into studying religion to find out if he can determine who that creator might be and what such a powerful entity desires of him. His motivation is strong due to his love for Maria, who introduced him to Christianity, but Jeremy won't sacrifice truth even for the love of his life. He must find satisfactory answers to all of his inquiries, in order to pave the way to a mutually dedicated relationship based on common ideals.

Maria Masterson and Jeremy Dillon are innocent kids whose world is altered drastically. Their decision to engage the culture they live in and battle for truth in the debate concerning the creation of the Universe and mankind leads them into conflicts in which their adversaries do not always fight by Queensberry rules. A reminder that Christians are to overcome evil with good halts them in their tracks in an attempt to fight back with similar methods. Their only weapon is the Sword of the Spirit of Truth. Their dexterity in the use of this weapon increases as the two are pulled into a battle that they can't win in their own power. This novel could serve as a primer on how to stand tall in a world that wants any person of faith in their Creator to lay low. This book presents intellectual and moral handholds and toeholds for those not afraid to do some spiritual rock climbing.

The saga of Bambi continues as the young basketball player steps up to the college level. Later, the end of his scholastic days brings new changes and challenges as he enters the playing court of adult life. He discovers his enthusiasm, energy, and talent aren't always enough to win this game. A new friend introduces him to the Evolution debate, and Bambi begins a new chapter in his life as he becomes a truth seeker. Track and cross country are featured through the exploits of a delightful new character named Maria.


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Patriot Acts by Steven Clark Bradley

Where is Patriot Acts available?

This new exciting novel is easy to find and available all over the net. Here are a few links to help you secure you own copy of Patriot Acts.

Patriot Acts (Print Version) at Amazon,com

Patriot Acts (Print Version) at Cambridge Books

Patriot Acts (Electronic Version) at Ebooks on the net

Patriot Acts (Electronic Version) at Amazon.com

Patriot Acts (Electronic Version) at Fictionwise.com

Patriot Acts (Electronic Version) at Mobipocket.com

I hope everyone who reads this will not just think
it is entertainment or the irrational rambling of a scared
American. I am not afraid; I am convinced that no one
will secure our future except us.
That is why I declare the main theme of Patriot Acts
in one key phrase:

No unconditional Talks
Just patriot Acts!


You can read more of
Steven Clark Bradley's
work
at any of these blogs
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The Temples of Light by Danielle Rama Hoffman



Author Danielle Rama Hoffman describes herself as having worked as a healer and an instructor of metaphysics since 1994. She
st
udied with Nicki Scully for 12 years in his Shamanic Journeys. She is a member of the lineage of Thoth and a specialist in Egyptian Temple Mysteries while also leading tours to Egypt's sacred sites. She resides in Seattle, Washington.


The Temples of Light serves as a guide to the wisdom sought by the Egyptian people of old. It reveals many of the secret rites of passage of the sacred temples in Egypt. Author Danielle Rama Hoffman offers guided meditations and rituals that connect to the ancient power of the Flower of Life, the Djed Pillar, the Ka, the energy body.

The Temples of Light guides the reader into a spiritual journey through thirteen of Egypt’s sacred temples. Hoffman seeks to demonstrate how each sacred site can reveal ancient wisdom and how modern-day pilgrims can apply this knowledge in everyday life.

Hoffman shows how she views love, goals, finances, and health issues can all be positively affected by enlightenment. Danielle
Rama Hoffman’s book ,The Temples of Light, brings out into the open many of the sacred rites that have, historically, been kept secret.


Though I myself do not possess a shred of faith in these pagan mythological rituals, it was very interesting to read the historical information that not only reveals the religious ideas of the ancient Egyptian, but also reveals a lot about the ways this great people thought, worshiped, lived and died, and, having traveled a fair piece, myself, I found Danielle Rama Hoffman tours of these sites very tantalizing and interesting indeed, from an historical perspective.

Therefore, even if you do not believe in the rituals described in this well-written book, you can still gain tremendous insight into the lives of those who made up one of the greatest cultures in the history of mankind. If you like history, if you are interested in the way people lived thousands of years ago, if you want to know more about a civilization that was the envy and admiration of the nations of that day, then The Temples of Light by Danielle Rama Hoffman will be an interesting and great read for you.

Review of The Temples of Light
by Danielle Rama Hoffman

Awakening the wisdom within,
November 5, 2009 by Friedemann Schaub

As a molecular biologist and physician I was always fascinated by the innate healing power within. The Temples of Light is an extraordinary book and different from anything I have ever read. It masterfully combines ancient wisdom with innovative knowledge.

As a reader you feel as if you are in the Egyptian temples with the ancient priests during sacred ceremonies. However, the powerful information you garner addresses the questions and challenges of our modern day lives - such as how to be present in the now, how to stay neutral and how to tap into our birthright of unlimited abundance. Egypt holds the keys to access our origin and the Temples of Light offers support and wisdom to each of us on our personal journeys as we own our power as creators, transform limiting beliefs and complete repetitive patterns. The Temples of Light creates an ascension spiral along the DNA ladder of consciousness, offering the opportunity to recalibrate our cells to our highest potential.

This is a must read for anyone who wants to grow personally and spiritually and for anyone who is interested in the life-changing and heart opening power of a sacred pilgrimage to Egypt. - Friedemann Schaub

Here’s What Readers Have Said About
The Temples of Light


“The Temples of Light opens the Egyptian temple portals for anyone on our planet, and you don’t even have to travel to Egypt! By taking these journeys, you can align your heart with the wisdom keys of the temples, and then the wisdom of the temples awakens within.”
(Barbara Hand Clow, author of The Mayan Code: Time Acceleration and Awakening the World Mind )

“Danielle Rama Hoffman’s The Temples of Light reveals the great spiritual sanctuaries of Egypt were built to honor and embody the transpersonal forces of the Universe. A great read from a modern mystic!”
(Hank Wesselman, Ph.D., anthropologist and author of The Spiritwalker Trilogy, The Journey to the Sacred Garden, Spirit Medicine (with Jill Kuykendall), and Awakening to the Spirit World (with Sandra Ingerman)

“Danielle Rama Hoffman has brilliantly brought forth a beautiful initiatory process that assists humanity in reconnecting to a sacred forgotten truth. These powerful processes of healing open the doors to the Temples of Light within and move the energies of love and wisdom into our hearts as we connect to our divine selves and remember who we really are.” (Linda Star Wolf, author of Shamanic Breathwork, coauthor of Shamanic Mysteries of Egypt and The Anubis Oracle, and founder of Venus Rising Institute)

“The Temples of Light is a good read; inspiring, and thoughtfully written. Danielle Rama Hoffman makes you want to climb the ladders of light.” (Lynn Andrews, author of the internationally bestselling Medicine Woman series ) “The Temples of Light is one of the most profound books of experiential integration that I’ve ever encountered. Embrace it, live it, and The Temples of Light will shift your life. A journey with this book is about embracing living energy.” (Rev. Marj Britt, senior minister, Unity of Tustin, California)


Take a look at the the available tours to the ancient Egyptian temples:

On December 4 to December 9th, we will have a virtual book tour in conjunction with an Amazon best seller campaign for The Temples of Light: An Initiatory Journey into the Heart Teachings of the Egyptian Mystery Schools by Danielle Rama Hoffman. We are scheduling hosts for this tour and would like to share more details with you about this book and the author.

Please click the link below to read more about the details of this Virtual Blog Tour.
The Temples of Light Virtual Blog Tour

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Patriot Acts by Steven Clark Bradley

Where is Patriot Acts available?

This new exciting novel is easy to find and available all over the net. Here are a few links to help you secure you own copy of Patriot Acts.

Patriot Acts (Print Version) at Amazon,com

Patriot Acts (Print Version) at Cambridge Books

Patriot Acts (Electronic Version) at Ebooks on the net

Patriot Acts (Electronic Version) at Amazon.com

Patriot Acts (Electronic Version) at Fictionwise.com

Patriot Acts (Electronic Version) at Mobipocket.com

I hope everyone who reads this will not just think
it is entertainment or the irrational rambling of a scared
American. I am not afraid; I am convinced that no one
will secure our future except us.
That is why I declare the main theme of Patriot Acts
in one key phrase:

No unconditional Talks
Just patriot Acts!


You can read more of
Steven Clark Bradley's
work
at any of these blogs
listed below: