Want To Make New Year's Eve Special and 2012 the Best Year Yet? Play the New Year's Game!

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To help people celebrate New Year's Eve in a fun and meaningful way, I. J. Weinstock—author of the new memoir, “JOYride: How My Late Wife Loved Me Back To Life”—is giving away the New Year’s Game his late wife, Joy, created. In her memory, the author is making her game available as a free download from his website—http://dreamasterbooks.com/tradingsecrets/

Since the questions one asks determine the quest one takes, the New Year's Game—available as a free download—was designed to help people make 2012 their best year yet.

Author I. J. Weinstock wants to make everyone's New Year's Eve celebration more joyful and meaningful, and 2012 their best year yet. So he's giving away the New Year’s Game his late wife, Joy, created.

“Joy was a renowned astrologer and spiritual teacher,” Weinstock explains. "She created the New Year’s Eve edition of her popular Trading Secrets game to harness the powerful sense of 'new beginnings' everyone feels around New Years. Joy wanted to help people bring in the new year in a fun, yet meaningful way. Knowing that the questions you ask determine the quest you take, Joy designed these New Year's questions specifically to help people bless their past and declare their future. That's how you begin to create the best year you can.”

The author recalled the last New Year's Eve he spent with Joy. “At 11:11 p.m. we turned off the music and the thirty or more guests formed a circle, lounging on couches or sitting on pillows on the floor. Nearly 50 questions about the past year and the year to come were printed on pieces of paper and placed in a basket that was passed around so everyone could answer a question. For example:

***What happened last year that made a significant change in your life?
***What happened to you last year that was a complete surprise?
***How did you help somebody last year?
***What situation in your life would you most like to change in the new year?
***How do you intend to create more laughter in the year to come?

In loving memory of Joy, the author is making her New Year's Game available as a free gift on his website: http://DreaMasterBooks.com/tradingsecrets/.

"Download it," Weinstock says. "Print out the questions. Cut and fold them and place in a basket or bowl. Then have everyone at your holiday gathering answer a question. It’s a sure-fire recipe for a special time."

According to the author, the New Year's Game can also be used as a personal meditation. "You can answer these soul-searching and thought-provoking questions privately as a way to take stock of the year that’s passed and declare your intentions for the future to help you make the coming year your best year yet.”

Weinstock will be playing the New Year's Game with close friends this New Year's Eve. "Remember—the word 'question' and 'quest' are related," he added. "The questions determine the quest. You'll make your New Year's Eve more meaningful and 2012 even better if you play Joy's New Year’s Game."

Weinstock hopes that people will "spread the Joy" by sharing Joy's free New Year's Game with their friends through social media so that a "wave of Joy" brings in 2012. "Joy loved nothing better than a good party and I'm hoping that a million people will be celebrating a Joy-filled New Year's Eve by playing her New Year's Game. That will get 2012 off to a great start."

in his memoir, "JOYride: How My Late Wife Loved Me Back To Life," Weinstock claims that his late wife communicated with him from the Afterlife and led him on an incredible journey to heal his grief. Ultimately, she found someone—a willing medium—through whom she literally loved him back to life. "JOYride" is available from Amazon.com http://tinyurl.com/7kzfb2v.

The author's late wife, Joy Mitchell Lisker, wrote her own memoir, "LOVE EVER AFTER: How My Husband Became My Spirit Guide," (http://tinyurl.com/7zj3v7j) which chronicles her conversations with her previous husband, Bob Lisker, after he died. Joy's daughter, rock star Terri Nunn of the band Berlin, sang the Oscar-winning hit song "Take My Breath Away." Joy's stepson, Bruce Lisker, spent 26 years in prison for a crime he did not commit and was the subject of a recent 48 Hours Mystery episode, "The Whole Truth." http://TheLiskerRedemption.com/

Weinstock, who's been an actor, artist, producer and author, lives in Los Angeles. For more information and to hear an in-depth interview on Fox News AM 1130 go to http://dreamasterbooks.com/joyride/


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