Alberta Author Wins Gold Medal
4th Annual Living Now Book Of The Year Award
Inspirational Book Gives You Tools To Empower Your Life
Beaverlodge, Alberta, Canada September 14, 2012
Local author and Amazon Bestseller, M.J.(Marilyn) Domet, has won an overall gold medal for her empowering book, Waves of Blue Light: Heal the Heart and Free the Soul, representing the aspect of spirit from the Jenkins Group which initiated the annual “Living Now Book Awards” four years ago.
Capturing spiritual essence in prose, pictures and poetry, Waves of Blue Light: Heal the Heart and Free the Soul reflects the inner journey of M.J. Domet, whose personal experiences have led her to teach others the meaning of enlightenment. Reflecting on the guidance she has received on her path, MJ's honest rendition of her life lovingly invites you to look into her heart and soul, empowering you to heal your own.
This award is given in recognition of books that enrich our lives in wholesome, earth-friendly ways that make the world a better place; it celebrates the innovation and creativity of newly published books.
“I wrote Waves Of Blue Light: Heal The Heart And Free The Soul to inspire people to understand they have, within them, the ability to heal in all areas of their life. This “Living Now Book Of The Year Award” is especially rewarding as it is given to authors whose books help people to help themselves now and for generations to come. It is aligned with my vision of people everywhere recognizing their strength and resilience.” M.J. Domet
For additional information or interviews contact M.J. Domet at expecttobeempowered.gmail.com or www.expecttobeempowered.com 780-505-1349
Award Winners Help Prepare Readers for the Future
(Traverse City, MI – Sept 6, 2012) - Jenkins Group is proud to honour books that improve our lives, that treat every day as Earth Day, the celebration of environmental awareness that has raised our collective consciousness to imagine a cleaner, healthier world.
"Books are the perfect thing to inspire and inform us about keeping ourselves and the Earth healthy," said Jim Barnes, Awards Director. "These books will help people solve problems and improve their lives, today and for future generations.”