I just cancelled the contract with Balboa-Press as this company is not working in good ways. In about one month, when the cancelling process is through, I will publish the English version with another honest publisher. So please do not order any further books. Thank you!
Long awaited my first book, that I wrote together with Kuthumi Lal Singh is now available as physical book as well as e-book
Here’s the Press-Release, that Balboa-Press filed to newspapers, radio stations, magazines and television stations worldwide:
Essence of one’s true self explored in new, multidimensional love story
Author Cora A. Schwindt announces release of her debut novel, ‘You are Beautiful and A Journey to the Lands of Return’ DREIEICH, Germany — “You are Beautiful and A Journey to the Lands of Return” is author Cora A. Schwindt’s debut novel. A love story, the book explores a man and woman in love, surrendering to one another and uniting as one in the realm of the soul, taking place in what Schwindt describes as “the multidimensionality of our beingness.“ “The answer to the deepest longings of the human cannot be found outside. True freedom can only be found from within by realizing the very essence,” explains Schwindt. The narrative follows the two lovers who come to recognize and embrace the divinity that makes up their true nature. Ultimately, Schwindt hopes the novel will remind readers of the beauty and joy to be found in life, and allow themselves to be transformed.
An excerpt from “You are Beautiful and A Journey to the Lands of Return”: Then four sublime beings moved towards them, two of them male, two female, their appearance was wonderfully beautiful. Two of them were carrying something before them on their hands.They positioned themselves in a circle around the man and the woman. Their eyes flashed with delight. They whispered something to each other, then turned to both of them, that were quite curious by now, what will happen next. ‚We are bringing along something for you!‘ On a pillow, that seemed to be woven with silk, there was sitting a golden chased cascet. ‚Please, you may open it now.‘