Coloring Books

Coloring Books

Sharing the Journey Coloring Book ~ Mandalas

Twenty modern mandalas, featuring fun shapes and intricate patterns, for relaxation, stress release and the sheer joy of coloring in.

Grab your colored pencils and let your imagination loose for a calming artistic experience, whether you’re looking for a meditation aid or a way to distract yourself from the stresses of modern living.

Sharing the Journey Coloring Book ~ Mandalas by 3

Three copies of each of the twenty modern mandalas, featuring fun shapes and intricate patterns, for relaxation, stress release and the sheer joy of coloring in, found in Sharing the Journey Coloring Book ~ Mandalas.

This edition gives you the freedom to experiment with different color combinations on each of the mandalas – without having to resort to copying the patterns you want to recolor.

Journals

Sharing the Journey Coloring Journal

Ten full-page mandalas and over a hundred miniature mandalas for you to color in while you write.

This edition of the journal has twenty more pages for recording your words than the other editions and contains a selection of mandalas chosen for those who prefer to color in larger spaces and less intense diagrams.

Sharing the Journey Coloring Journal ~ Discovery

This edition of the journal has a ten full-page mandalas and over a hundred miniature mandalas for you to color in while you write.

A hundred and ten pages for recording your thoughts and doodles.

Sharing the Journey Coloring Journal ~ Reflection

This journal combines the magic of coloring mandalas with journal work. Ten full-page mandalas and over a hundred miniature mandalas for you to color in while you write. A hundred pages for recording your thoughts and doodles.

Features ten guiding reflections from Sharing the Journey: Reflections of a Reluctant Mystic

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Living Alone Journal

A journal is a private book you write for yourself. It’s a place for recording whatever’s on your mind: the insights that pop into your head during meditation or answers to the questions you ask yourself. Use it to record the events of your daily life or write your life story. Use it to explore issues or pour your heart out. It’s a place to plan your next adventure or project. Keeping a journal is a way of becoming aware of your beliefs and assumptions about life, and for identifying patterns in how you respond to life’s events. 150 doodle friendly pages.

Workbooks

My Life is My Responsibility: Workbook

Companion workbook designed for you to record your observations and insights as you work your way through My Life is My Responsibility: Insights for Conscious Living. 

Newsletters

Crime Readers Group Newsletter

Join my Crime Readers Group to receive updates on my crime writing, including details of new releases. I’ll also let you know about new releases and special offers from my crime writing friends. Subscribers can download a free copy of Deadly Sands, prequel to the Inspector West series.

Insights from a Crime Writing Reluctant Mystic Newsletter

Subscribe to my readers newsletter:  ‘Insights from a crime writing reluctant mystic’, a monthly newsletter for those interested in the writings of the mystic. Subscribers can download a free copy of A Question of Perspective: Insights from a Crime Writing Mystic.

Official Reading Guide

An introduction to the books of a crime writing mystic.

Here’s a great way to sample my books for free. You don’t even have to hand over your email address. This Official Reading Guide contains author insights, extracts from all my books, an overview of the topics you’ll find in my non-fiction titles, and a couple of the mandalas from my coloring books. Grab yourself a copy and explore the worlds of Carl West, Stella Bruno, and Ryan Parish, find out what a modern-day mystic writes about, and check out my self-help titles.

Field Notes for Writers: Tips for Independent Authors

Field notes from the experience of self-publishing 25 books.

Are you thinking about writing a book but you’re not sure how to go about it? Not sure if you have the time?

Maybe you’ve written one. Now you want to know what to do next.

These field notes will help you take that next step or decide to write that book.