Guadalajara, Mexico (PRWEB) August 06, 2014
In the wake of the 50th anniversary of the first arrival of The Beatles over America, author Albert Anaya performs a new marketing push for his Spanish language book, “Camino A La Abadia: Cuento de Los Beatos” (published by Trafford Publishing).
“For thousands of people, The Beatles represented a sort of savior,” Anaya says. “They reached such a state that they were nearing religious levels. I hope readers notice that this is kind of a joke, but a serious one.”
Anaya was inspired to address religious conflict, ambiguity and generalizations. He knows his book could offend some, but he hopes readers can find the humor in his tone and look past being offended to the good taste in what he has to say.
Directing readers to the Bible through his book, Anaya aims to cool down and demystify religious polarizations, and indicate that God is a concept.
An excerpt from “Camino A La Abadia”:
Jonás le contestó: “Sí. Creo en Dios”, pero luego se puso a decir: “Pero ¿a quién lo haremos semejante o con qué parábola le compararemos?... Creo en Dios como una casa de poder, como un poder supremo; como luzelectra que igual ilumina gentil un cuarto en la obscuridad, que asesina en la silla. No en el Diostemor o D-perdón o D-gracia, o como de quien se diga: Es bueno o malo o moreno o pálido o diestro o siniestro. Él solo es.
About the Author
Albert Anaya lives and writes in Guadalajara, Mexico.
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