Thursday, February 13, 2014

Spamming Author Alice Adamek "My Journey After Death" Book

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If I didn't sign up for notices of new publications from you or your publisher.... please don't send me ads for your book.
I can't be the only bookseller who has these feelings.
Here's the cookie you aren't getting!

Alice Adamek Shares Her Experiences on Crossing the Other Side

New book "My Journey After Death" recalls a woman's journey through hell
and how this most incredible near death experience change her life forever.

     Broomfield, Colo. (PRWEB) February 10, 2014

Some people wait for death. Some people experience it unexpectedly. Others
force it, and most people, at one time or another; have contemplated what
happens after death. It is one of the great mysteries of life. But author
Alice Adamek's extraordinary encounter with death was highly remarkable.

"My Journey after Death" recalls Adamek's journey through hell and how this
most incredible near death experience change her life forever. On the day
she was rushed at a Virginia hospital after a massive heart attack, Alice
experienced a beautiful journey as she crosses over to the other side. When
she encountered a figure known as the grim reaper, she encountered a man
who was fair, beautiful, robust, and had rosy cheeks. The fear she
anticipated on meeting him someday was immediately dissipated. He held a
pair of scissors, not a sickle, and was not dressed in black.

On her journey through hell, Alice walked a thin line, with angels guiding
her along, knowing if she missed one step she would be gone forever. The
terrifying bubbling black oil with figures reaching out and calling to her
was a temptation she found not hard to resist. Her final destination was a
room that shimmered with oblique rays of beautiful lights shining down on
her. As the angels evaporated into the light, she was bewildered and she
asked the first of many questions. The answers were deeply moving, and it
changed her life forever.

Today, Alice is more contented than she have ever been. Her fear of death
is gone; her understanding of what it is all about has all been answered.
"My Journey after Death" will open the hearts and mind of readers on how to
make their lifelong lesson and journey on earth. It will appeal to those
who have been on the road of death and to everyone who has wondered about
life and death.

For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to

About the Author

Alice Adamek was born Alice E. Lamphere in Mile City, Mont., on December
15, 1944. Alice was the first child of her mother and the fourth of her
father. Throughout her childhood, her family did not put down permanent
roots due to family businesses in many states. Her roots were wherever they
all hung their hats at the time. She had an exciting and fun childhood. Her
father was a bit of a joker and always saw the good side of everything and
in everybody. The closest she can get to describing her father in actions
and looks is Tom Selleck in Magnum P.I. Her mother was a warm, loving, and
caring, gentle soul, but more strict than Dad. The mother of two adult
girls, three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Alice, at the
time of this publication, now resides in Colorado. She still loves to see
what's over the hill, and that might be the reason she owned and operated a
courier service in Denver for fifteen years. She had other varied careers:
a training coordinator for an aerospace company, a manager of a clean room
for a computer company, and an owner of a beauty salon.

My Journey after Death * by Alice Adamek

Publication Date: January 22, 2014

Trade Paperback; $19.99; 135 pages; 978-1-4931-6320-5

Trade Hardback; $29.99; 135 pages; 978-1-4931-6321-2

e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-6322-9

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x. 7879. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at
(812) 355-4079 or call (888) 795-4274 x. 7879.

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  1. Neither cookie nor crumbs for author or publicist. There are so many spelling/grammar mistakes that it would not have lasted more than a minute with me. As an ex-proofreader & bookstore owner, I am disheartened by how so many "authors" write and by what people will read and declare "good."
    Thank you so much for all your work exposing DailyDeals. On the Amazon seller blog someone also mentioned Campus Purchasing. After receiving 2 orders from them today, I felt compelled to find out what was/is going on.

    1. Just FYI - The reviews you may have read are from her daughters and granddaughter. I too agree that the horrible grammar and spelling in her work is completely laughable!!!!