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Where Dreams and Visions Live: Volume I, Anthologies of the Heart Series (Volume 1) Paperback – November 29, 2014
A new venture by author Mary Blowers to provide an audience for 38 authors many publishing for the first time Challenge your beliefs about Dreams and Visions in this anthology of short stories essays and poems
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My favorite piece was an essay called “Dreams and Visions” by Isaac Iziken. He made many insightful points. Here are two especially good quotes: “However, there is no theoretical explanation on dreams and visions that will make absolute sense or meaning to the essence of a person if spirituality is taken out of it.” and” It can be said that every individual carries sufficient grace to meet the necessary challenges in the adventures towards their dreams. . . ”
There is something for everyone in this collection and thank you to Mary Blowers for giving so many writers a chance to see their writing in print.
anthology. The author Mary Blowers did an excellent job in showcasing each short story and poem to take the reader's imagination into an journey to the subconscious landscape within their minds and invite readers to appreciate and rethink the meaning and existence of dreams. I know most people like me, tend to brush off their dreams and consider it as just an entertainment if you will, during sleep. This book has made me rethink that idea.
I highly recommend it for readers who are looking to embark on self-exploration.