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Author Mary Soliel Receives Third National Book Award for Debut Non-Fiction on Synchronicity
Date:5/19/2009

describes, through her own personal experiences, how we are being guided, validated and blessed with the power of meaningful coincidences. She explains that these very signs can be used to help us create the lives we desire.

"After people read 'I Can See Clearly Now,' they are noticing stunning synchronistic occurrences right away," says Soliel. She adds, "Signs are constantly occurring for all of us. It's a matter of whether or not we are noticing them. This book is helping readers to take notice, which is life-altering and uplifting for them."

Mary Soliel is a visionary, teacher, healer and self-described "synchronist." Born and raised in Michigan, she moved with her family to New Mexico nearly a decade ago and presently lives near Boulder, Colorado with her two children. Visit her online at http://www.marysoliel.com.

"I Can See Clearly Now" is available for sale online at Amazon.com, as well as for order at many online, wholesale and retail channels worldwide.

A complete list of the winners and finalists of the 2009 National Indie Excellence Awards is available online at http://www.indieexcellence.com/indie-results-2009.php.

Mary Soliel is available for television, radio and press interviews to discuss her book.

    "I Can See Clearly Now: How Synchronicity Illuminates Our Lives"
    Publication Date: Mar-2008
    Price: $16.95
    Author: Mary Soliel
    Size: 6 x 9
    214 Pages
    ISBN: 0-595-45860-2 (Paperback)
    Also available in Hardcover and e-Book
    Available from Amazon.com and many online retailers, for order at all
    bookstores, as well as Ingram Bo
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