Inspirational Book Lifts the Spirit and Opens the Mind to a World of Possibilities

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D. Anthony aims to make positive change in the world with his motivational, self-help book "The Nurse in the Delivery Room Slapped Me… Once: Stories and Perspectives to Help You Unlock Your Amazing Potential."

Author D. Anthony simultaneously inspires and challenges readers to grow to their fullest possible potentials through a delightful collection of motivating poems, maxims and short stories in his new book "The Nurse in the Delivery Room Slapped Me… Once" (ISBN 9780931761256, Beckham Publications Group, 2007).

"The Nurse in the Delivery Room Slapped Me… Once" offers a direct and empowering perspective for permanently enhancing your approach to--and getting the most out of--life. This revitalizing and reflective collection dares readers to break free of their limiting thoughts and psychological crutches to gain a renewed sense of purpose and direction.

The book's encouraging gems of wisdom are organized into eight chapters, each one representing a key topic essential for finding happiness and fulfillment in life; these compelling topics include leadership, perspective, passion, faith, and even death. Early reviews have praised Anthony's fluid organization, which allows anyone to easily use "The Nurse in the Delivery Room Slapped Me… Once" as a quick, inspirational pick-up, even when he or she only has a few moments to read.

Anthony describes himself as never having lost that childlike sense of wonder: "I am merely someone who has, from the time I was a child, been blessed with the need to ask why--and cursed with the need to find at least a somewhat logical answer," he says. Readers will find his sense of wonder and thirst for wisdom infective, as it flows gracefully from each poem to every short story, taking all who open their hearts and minds on a stirring spiritual journey.

One of the book's recurring themes is that every individual has the capability to change the world--for better or for worse--each and every day. It encourages readers to slow down, honestly examine themselves and commit to changing their outlook on life in order to make a difference. Those who desire hope, empowerment or purpose, need look no further than "The Nurse in the Delivery Room Slapped Me… Once" to inspire them toward positive change and a renewed vivacity in life.

About the Author
D. Anthony resides in Colora, Md. The untimely death of his mothers set him on a journey to make his life matter again, and eventually, to a selfless desire to inspire others. He now maintains the uplifting Web site, http://www.SomethingToShare.com, as an insightful respite for the unchecked stress and spiritual drain that too often defines our daily life.

"The Nurse in the Delivery Room Slapped Me… Once" (ISBN 9780931761256, Beckham Publications Group, 2007) can be purchased at http://www.Amazon.com and other online bookstores. For more information, visit http://www.STSTheBook.com. Publicity contact: http://www.readerviews.com. Review copies available upon request.

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