Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 5, 2005
Maggie Jalufka Sova has released her new book, Spirit of the Eagle: How Keeping a Journal Will Lift You to Greater Heights, through Authorhouse Publishing this month. The book will retail for $13.95 in the inspirational section of major booksellers online, including amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, borders.com, booksense.com, booksamillion.com , authorhouse.com, and maggiesovainspirations.com.
Spirit of the Eagle takes the reader into Sova's intensely private world, using the majestic eagle as an analogy, and demonstrates how to achieve inner peace while making dreams become reality. Sova explains that keeping a daily journal will assist in eliminating many worries caused by everyday stress and offer the tools needed to plan for the future. This encourages the readers to envision their heartÂs dreams and to eliminate their fears.
Sova, who resides in Dallas, will be holding book signings with some of the cityÂs finest hotels. She will also be participating in book lecture clubs as well as serving as a guest speaker for womenÂs groups and charitable organizations around the country. Sova has been a guest on radio stations/internet TV talk host shows. Sova is involved with the GENESIS WOMEN'S SHELTER of Dallas, and some of the book proceeds are contibuted to Genesis. The GONZALES INQUIRER featured an article on her journey. The INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF POETRY published the poem "Eagle On High" in thie hardbound edition which was taken from Sova's book. To book an appointment, please contact Sova at 469-441-6193.
ÂMy story is a journey that will stir up the eagle within each soul and allow it to soar into the unknown and find meaning and purpose in life,Â Sova says. As a mentor, ÂI share my story to demonstrate that nothing is impossible. I want my readers to truly believe this.Â
About the Author
Maggie Jalufka Sova is an enthusiastic, free-spirited self-motivator who is goal-oriented and loves challenges. She was recently married to Nir in Tel Aviv, Israel and they hope to one day make it their home. Israel was a major source of inspiration for SovaÂs book. In addition to frequent international travel, Sova refers to the ÂOld TestamentÂ to support and enhance Spirit of the EagleÂs secrets. Sova and her husband own a jewelry business. Sova also works with numerous local women's groups and charitable organizations.
Maggie Jalufka Sova
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