An "Anything But Typical" Self-Help Book

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Â?I DonÂ?t Want to be Your Guru, But I Have Something to SayÂ? is a spiritual Â?how-toÂ? written in every-day language; no dictionary or degree required, just curiosity!

Announcing the release of “I Don’t Want to be Your Guru, But I Have Something to Say” by Joyce Shafer.

When was the last time you picked up a book that promised to give you every-day tips about life that was written in a conversational tone, invited you into the story, and didn’t have intense exercises at the end of each chapter that you had to feel guilty about not doing? Judge for yourself how reader-friendly it is by checking out the preview chapter (and reviews) found at

“Rarely does a work come along that explains profound concepts in such a simple and memorable way. I read it twice,” says Jocelyn Savage, former bookstore owner and owner of Transition Events Calendar.

Joyce Shafer is a writer, numerologist, and Life Empowerment Coach who has presented workshops, done radio programs, and has been a guest speaker at various events around the U.S. Shafer can be reached through PRWeb’s email venue.

Books are available at the Lulu site; Amazon, Borders, Barnes & Noble online sites; and can be ordered at local bookstores.

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