Friday, December 18, 2015

Interview With BooksGoSocial in Ireland

Doug Simpson Talks Reincarnation and Spirituality with BooksGoSocial


This week we are talking with Doug Simpson, the author of The Soul of Jesus.
Tell us something unexpected about yourself!
When I have difficulty deciding where my story is going next, I receive guidance from the other side.

What kind of books do you write?
Inspirational stories involving the survival of souls after the death of bodies and reincarnation of souls.

What inspired you to write?
Most people do not have the time to investigate the possibility of reincarnation so I wanted to encourage people to do so by writing stories of reincarnations.

What makes your writing stand out from the crowd?
I tell my story and do not fill the pages with irrelevant fluff.

What is the hardest part of writing – for you?
I write from inspiration and sometimes I have to wait for the inspiration or assistance from the other side to turn my light on.

Where do you like to write – what is your routine?
I am a retired teacher so generally I write when I want or need to.

What do you do when you are not writing – do you have a day job?
Latest adventure is kayaking.

Do you work with an outline or just write?
Inspiration. I know the direction my story is headed and wait for it to evolve.

What advice would you have for other writers?
Do not get discouraged by writer’s block or rejections. They are simply learning experiences to improve your work.

How important is marketing and social media for you?
Very important.

What’s your next step?
I have some completed manuscripts I need to send for publication.

Monday, September 14, 2015

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Evidence of Humans from 560,000 Years Ago

560,000 Year Old Tooth Discovered at Tautavel

Friday, June 26, 2015

Thinking About a Book Trailer?

This is an interesting idea concerning book trailers!

Saturday, May 23, 2015

3.3 Million Year Old Tools Discovered in Northern Kenya

Read about it in The Windsor Star on May 21, 2015, here

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Another Great Review for The Soul of Jesus

By Theresa
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
The author writes about the Akashic Records and explains that God did not intend our lives on earth to be one big joyride but more so as a recurring educational process. The author then chronicles the writings and teachings of Edgar Cayce, in references to questions that we all may have, even in today's modern day era. It was interesting to learn that Cayce readings depicted Jesus as well schooled. Jesus had even traveled to other regions to study. Through Simpson's chronicles the reader begins to see both Lord Jesus and the personified Jesus. A enlightening and unique read. This book is an excellent read for inquisitive minds who need to dig deeper to find answers to their personal questions relating to God, Jesus and the true reason for life.

Thank you Theresa for the great review!

Saturday, March 28, 2015

An Honest Assessment of The Soul of Jesus

Thank you, Karen Magill, for a 4* rating and an honest assessment of The Soul of Jesus. 

Not for the Faint of Heart, February 7, 2014
By Karen Magill "Author and Speaker"

This review is from: The Soul of Jesus (Paperback)
My paternal grandmother was an author and an excellent researcher and she would have appreciated Doug Simpson. From the first moment the reader begins to read The Soul of Jesus, they are struck by the meticulous research done by Mr. Simpson.

The life and times of Edgar Cayce, how it, and corresponding events, relates to the bible is intriguing. Simpson has delved into the correlation extensively.

The Soul of Jesus is not easy reading. It is a book that a person must focus on and make an effort to read and understand. For those of you who are interested in learning more about Cayce and the connection to Christianity and the Bible – this is a book for you.

I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

Amazon USA #1 bestseller as of March 10, 2014.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Jesus' Ministry after the Crucifixion

After the Crucifixion, and the meetings of the Apostles and other supporters or believers who were attempting to plot a course of action to preserve the tenets established by Jesus, James, the brother of Jesus, was still unsure of the role he was expected, or wanted, to play. In one sense, as the second son, James in effect inherited the Ministry of his brother, but was unsure if he was actually suited to assume the position or even desired to do so.  The Apostles and relatives of James realized the importance of having the brother of the Savior as the head of the continuing Ministry, and they worked diligently to assist him to see The Light.

Excerpt from Chapter 41 of The Soul of Jesus, Amazon USA #1 bestseller as of March 10, 2014.

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