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In "Walking through Walls" we meet Nina who leads a very ordinary life, void of love and passion. One day after work, she unintentionally kills a robber and lands in prison. She must leave the comfy oblivion of her everyday life for the claustrophobic gray conformity of prison. There a second chance awaits her, but to take it, she must change. And to do that, she must stay alive. This fast paced novel has colorful characters, vivid and atmospheric descriptions, and an unexpected and gratifying ending.
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Much of my literary persona is founded upon a deep personal belief that one should seize and act upon any "second chance" that life might offer. Overcoming a severe medical problem enabled me to address the importance of self-esteem, dignity, respect to young adults in an entertaining and inspiring manner. Hence, my first novel for young-adults, Mystic Uncle And The Magical Bridge.
I have a second-degree black belt, and began my martial arts regimen as part of a rehabilitation program following a debilitating car accident. Extensive training and learning core moral values from two Grandmasters were the inspiration for the Mystic Uncle character in my young adult novel, Mystic Uncle And the Magical Bridge.
Walking through Walls is an adult drama. The underlying theme of "second chance" poignantly propels the life of an incarcerated woman who finds the courage to seek and embrace a loving relationship after enduring great hardship.
Upon moving to Mount Shasta I founded and directed The Mount Shasta International Film Festival for five years. The quality of the Festival helped our small community in many ways. I have begun my third novel discussing with a neurologist why she started studying with effective shamans. It also explores a worldwide organization called The Circle which involves effective healing and methods both simple and complex to improve quality of health and life.
Along with my writing career I offer engagements as a motivational speaker, and work to offer marketing both written and visual to clients.
Jeffrey Winters' first novel, the young-adult mythological adventure Mystic Uncle and the Magical Bridge, sold nationwide. He has written film reviews for a local San Francisco newspaper. In 2002, his photographs and story "Bhutan Still Wary, but Welcoming" headlined the San Jose Mercury News Sunday travel section. He is on the National Advisory Board of Book Bank, USA. In 2004, upon moving to Mount Shasta, California, Mr. Winters founded and directed the Mount Shasta International Film Festival for five years while also writing film reviews for the local paper. He is currently writing his third book and working as a partner and consultant for his private marketing company. Mr. Winters also founded a medical non-profit that helped people across America learn about their seizure disorder, while addressing stigma, dignity and respect. That was based on overcoming the devastating results of a car accident. Mr Winters combines that experience with marketing, writing, and motivational public speaking.
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Book Description Llumina, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11160594615X
Book Description Llumina, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M160594615X