The August issue of The Searchlight will have reviews on the following books:
One Mind: How Our Individual Mind Is
Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It
Matters, by Larry Dossey, M.D., Hay House,
Inc., Australia, 2013.
Adventures in Psychical Research: A Medical
Doctor's Exploration of the Nature of Consciousness
and Its Survival to Bodily Death
by Piero Calvi-Parisetti, Foreword by Gary E.
Schwartz, CreateSpace, 2015, 228 pp.
Walking in Light: The Everyday Empowerment
of a Shamanic Life by Sandra Ingerman,
Sounds True (Louisville, CO), 241 pp.
In the Light of Death: Experiences on the
Threshold between Life and Death by Ineke
Koedam, White Crow Books, Hove, U.K.,
2015, 174 pp.
Finding Peter: A True Story of the Hand of
Providence and Evidence of Life after Death,
by William Peter Blatty, Regnery Publishing,
Washington, D.C., 2015, 256 pp.
I'll also be describing books in the July/August publication timeframe in the "Our Book Horizon" column.
Do let me know if you have an interest in reviewing titles for us in upcoming publications.
I've been meaning to do a review of Chopin and Beyond: My Extraordinary Life in Music and the Paranormal by pianist Byron Janis.
Wonderful, Elene. We are reviewing some of the books that have been on the market a while in the November journal. The guidelines are here: Book Review Guidelines. For the November issue, I would need the text by September 15. Let me know if you want me to reserve the space for you. (You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org).
It sounds like you won't want a review of this book, since it is a number of years old. I was never aware that it mattered how old a book was. As to whether it is truly still a relevant book, enough that you want to include it, I don't know. A large part of the book discusses events that happened a few decades ago, for example a good deal about Uri Geller's early career.
I probably need to update the guidelines, Elene. In the Searchlight newsletter, we are only looking for books published in the last year or so. The purpose there is to introduce people to what's new. In our journal, however, we are publishing some reviews of older books that are worth a second look. Yours could very well fit there. Thanks!
Thanks for the clarification.