Annapolis, MD (PRWEB) February 24, 2013
When author William Michael Kaufman released his novel, “That Which Flows As One: A Struggle to Love” (published by AuthorHouse), in 2011, it struck a chord with his readers. Now, with a renewed marketing push, the book is expected to reach a bigger audience.
To publicize the inspirational book, Kaufman will place emphasis on social media platforms in addition to traditional marketing. The book will also enjoy television ad placement and was featured at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.
“It is a compelling story, laced with humor and layers of psychological insight for the probing reader to savor,” reveals Kaufman, who offers this synopsis of his book:
“Sarath and Max have one important thing in common: each is the product of one single, mean, uncaring, abusive, and neglectful parent. They struggle to build their own relationship and family, and find success only following the guidance of a wise and rare individual, who appears magically at critical moments, allowing Max finally to build the kind of family he once had only been able to dream about.”
When asked what he most wants readers to take away from “That Which Flows As One,” Kaufman was clear: “that while our childhood upbringing can powerfully affect the directions of our lives, it is not totally set in stone, that it’s possible to come from a damaged and dysfunctional family and still be able to create a healthy, loving relationship.”
About the Author
William Michael Kaufman has been an educator throughout his adult life. A student of spiritual philosophy and transpersonal psychology, Kaufman has also studied many of the world’s major religious traditions and has been a practitioner of transcendental meditation since 1977. He is a spiritual counselor, as well as a student and proponent of alternative forms of healing. Kaufman is a Reiki master, and a practitioner of Mari-El and Reiki energy healing.
He has traveled extensively throughout the world, and has lived, studied and worked in Sweden, Brazil and Japan. These international experiences helped increase his awareness of the diversity of cultural and healing practices.
Kaufman has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California at Berkeley, a master’s and doctorate in comparative education from the University of Chicago, and a master’s in counseling from West Virginia University. He is a licensed psychotherapist and integrates substance abuse counseling.
Kaufman has published in the Journal of Research in Education and delivered papers at several professional conferences. He is also the author of The Transforming Power of Illness, An Exploration of Truth: A Tapestry of Fact and Fiction and High in the Andes: A Spiritual Adventure Novel. For more information, visit http://www.WilliamMKaufman.com.
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