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Something About Me and My Book:
From darkness into light… This frank memoir of “inappropriate love” from a father, coming out, “escape” to the Middle East, and spiritual growth will inspire those struggling toward their own healing truth.
Veiled oppression of Arabian women was the crucial mirror needed to see her reflection. The Middle East would become her life’s metaphor. The stark emptiness of the desert echoed her internal desolateness—until she saw the oasis. Join her search for what she thought was lost—her soul.


Edna Whitehouse now goes by her nickname, Samadhi—which means “Being in the moment, and being one with the Divine.” Each time she hears Samadhi, it reminds her that she is part of love—a continuous affirmation.
Samadhi began her writing career by winning two contests; the first was for Focus On Women, a Victoria-based magazine. Her essay, “Two Hearts In One,” spoke of her healing journey through her first heart surgery, and the correlation of illness and forgiveness. Her second essay, “A Gut Reaction,” for the on-line magazine, Outback, showed the risks as well as the fun of exotic travel abroad. Samadhi recently won 2nd place in The Labyrinth Society 2006 on-line poetry contest for her poem Forty-eight Before Fifty.
At the age of forty-eight, Samadhi decided it was time to dive into her passion and give full-time writing a chance. The outcome is Circles in the Sand. Her writing goals include three future non-fiction books, “Separated at Birth” and "Three-Heart Harmony," and “Where Are They Now?”.
A writer who has never forgotten what it feels like to be young and to be silenced, Samadhi’s messages are: Break the cycle of dysfunction. Find your voice—be heard. Take back your own power.
After years of travel, including visiting, living, and/or working in Europe, Lebanon, Syria, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, India, Egypt, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, and Thailand, Samadhi now lives in Victoria, British Columbia, on Vancouver Island—surrounded by the ocean and its life force.
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Free Help for Writers...the kindness of strangers who turn into friends

Hi my little "peeps" -- I have no idea {yet} how to branch out and send an email to all the new authors or those who have questions so I'm hoping that through each of YOU and your "peeps," you will “Pass It On”!…

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Posted on September 26, 2007 at 10:10pm

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At 3:06pm on February 25, 2009, Bert Martinez said…
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At 10:09am on October 29, 2008, Aidana WillowRaven said…
My book signing Saturday was a success... Read more and see pics on my latest blog post.

Also, check out my latest cover for the JGDS (Junior Geography Detective Squad) children's mystery state book series:


Isn't my job cool?

Aidana WillowRaven
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IM: willowraven.illustration
At 7:07pm on January 3, 2008, E.J. Samadhi Whitehouse said…
Hey Jim--thanks for the ideas! I did actually grab the list of book readers shown on the site but somehow, it had to go through her {odd} BUT in life, it's best to choose to eliminate the "her's" or "roadblocks" and find a way to go around it or climb it to reach the summit! Yeah, you've given me a spot of motivation to just keep asking. I'm sticking with "if I can touch one, I can touch one million" and so...off I go again! Thanks for checking in and may we ALL have glorious success stories throughout 2008....

Cheers,
Samadhi {www.samadhiwhitehouse.writerswebpages.com}
At 5:05pm on January 3, 2008, Jim Misko said…
Hi EJ Find book clubs like you found dates when you were young. You ask. Ask everyone if they are a reader first. That narrows the quest. If they are a reader do they belong to a book club. If yes--bingo. If not--do they know of a book club, have a friend or acquaintance in a book club. Add them up. Trade them with friends. There is a guy in California who has amassed 1,000 book clubs across the US. I have asked to buy his list. He won't sell it. BUT he is working out a plan to share it some way and should have that plan ready soon--he says. Jim
At 1:28pm on September 14, 2007, Author & Book Promotions said…
Hi E.J.

Your work seems interest, and I like the cover of your book. I hope you will consider having it featured on Author-Promotion.

It's nice meeting you and, I look forward to having more discussions.

-Nadia
At 9:46pm on September 13, 2007, Lynn C. Johnston said…
Thank you for your wonderful words. You're right about the photo, I do have to add some pictures. Thanks again for the reminder.
At 10:19pm on September 12, 2007, Lynn C. Johnston said…
Wow, it seems you've already had a fantastic journey. What amazing stories you must have. Good luck with your book.

Lynn
At 2:22pm on September 10, 2007, Brenda Blackburn said…
hehe...sorry, FB is my code for facebook :) re: attract world peace.

Have a great day!
At 1:40pm on September 10, 2007, Brenda Blackburn said…
Hi Samadhi! Wow - look at your page! You are quick! Awesome to see you here!! Somewhere on this site, I found one other recommended network...but I lost the page! Once I find it, I'll send you that one too! Talk to you soon!
P.S. I signed up to your event on FB! :)
 
 
 

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