Looking For Reviews: Seeing Clearly

Seeing Clearly

OUTSIDE MAGDALENA, NM—I’ve been working hard lately, converting a few of my books to the Kindle format and putting them on Amazon.

Since they are new on Amazon, they don’t have any reviews yet so I’ll be providing these books for free, right here, one title every week for the next few weeks in hopes that you’ll write a short review on Amazon (preferably a positive one).

First up, free for this week, is Seeing Clearly. Get the PDF version here (might take a moment to download), or the Kindle version here.

(Sorry, the free offer has expired.)

After reading it, please post a review on Seeing Clearly’s Amazon page here.

Thanks ahead of time, and enjoy.

Note: The Kindle version can be opened right on your computer if you have the free Kindle Reading App, otherwise, this link has good info on loading the .MOBI file onto your Kindle device.

It's Time To Wake Up

Mystical Oneness and the Nine Aspects of BeingMystical Oneness and the Nine Aspects of Being is a step-by-step guide to enlightenment and beyond.

Available at:

Amazon - Barnes and Noble - iTunes- Google Play - Kobo

It's Time To Be Happy

The Serentity TechniqueWe live in divisive times.

The Serenity Technique provides 7 simple steps for inner peace… whenever you need it.

Available now on Amazon

It's Time Let Go

My Dying WordsImagine I have only seven days left to live.
Now imagine I share my last thoughts with you.

Available now on Amazon

6 thoughts on “Looking For Reviews: Seeing Clearly

  1. Wayne, I don’t know if anyone else is having a problem but when I click on the Amazon Kindle…it brings me to a page of all question marks, diamonds, and just plain crap! I have never seen anything like it before! It’s a full page of it! hmmmm

    • Laurie (and anyone else having a download problem): Everyone’s browser/computer/OS is going to be different, but most have something like the following that should work:

      * Right click on the “Kindle version” link (not the typical left click, right click).
      * Select “Save As” (might say “Save Link As”) from the pop-up menu.
      * Save the file to your computer (make note of where you save it).

      From there, you should be able to open it in your Kindle App (if loaded on your computer) or transfer it to your kindle via the info from the other link provided in the article.

      If you still have trouble, then there is always the PDF version which should open in most browsers.

  2. I tried to get a comment out there, but obviously did some weird maneuver… Hmmmm. Just wanted to say, loved the 2 Youtube video things I discovered by accident, fell into a universe love cycle and a Wayne love wave.
    I absolutely loved your video clips I was lucky enough to discover, got you straight away… understood with ease.
    Slipped you $20 (all I could afford), but offered with love and gratitude. Please don’t leave us stranded here on planet trial and error.
    Love you
    Randie

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