Dancing Past the Dark: Distressing Near-Death Experiences is (at last!) available in paperback. You or your bookstore can order it directly from the publisher, Parson’s Porch Books. If you’re attending the IANDS conference, the bookstore will have copies at a discount. Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other outlets around the world will also have it, but there may be a wait.
We want laypeople and professionals who need this information to hear about Dancing. With no hired marketing agent or publicity team, publicizing the book takes a word-of-mouth campaign. How you can help:
- Ask your local library to order a copy.
- Let other readers know what you think by writing a brief review at the book’s page on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
- Tell anyone who might have an interest–friends, relatives, nurses, physicians, chaplains and other clergy, psychologists, social workers, therapists, bereavement counselors, hospice volunteers–that at last there is a comprehensive, non-scary book about “the other NDEs.”
- If you’re in a nonfiction book club, ask them to consider reading it. (If they do, I’ll provide a simple study guide.)
- If you subscribe to a professional journal or newsletter, suggest that they review the book; if you’re equipped, offer to write it.
Why I hope you’ll help Dancing succeed:
- It is the only source we know of where people can find, in one place, such a trove of information and discussion about disturbing spiritual events.
- IANDS will receive half of the royalties from this groundbreaking paperback.
- Beyond that, Parson’s Porch Book profits “turn books into bread” for hungry people.
- You can feel confident in recommending the book. Its endorsements are strong. Steve Volk, author of Fringe-ology, has called Dancing
…absolutely enthralling—literary, adventurous, incisive, informative and smart… one of the strongest, most thought-provoking books on the paranormal I’ve ever seen.
Wow! And just think, it’s helping good causes, and you don’t have to carry a sign!