Press Release September 25, 2013 Little River, CA USA – Rowga – The Yoga of Rowing by Jim Lindsey and published by SeaStorm Press premiering January 2014.
Rowga is unique in that you do it on the ocean – the very element of uncertainty, the epitome of spaciousness, the birthplace of being. Unlike Hindu-derived yogas, the prime focus of Rowga is meditation. Unlike Buddhist sitting meditation, Rowga attends to the health of the body, in an age where most people are already sitting their lives away in the workplace.
Rowga, The Yoga of Rowing, is intended to help us experience a healthier mind and body, so we can leave the endless suffering of confused mind in our wake and realize the openness and well-being that is ours from the very beginning.
Press Release May 9, 2013 Little River, CA USA – Bestseller The Flaw in the Fabric Now Available in Print and Audiobook Worldwide, Except for Canada – Kindle Version Free in May 2013
Bestseller The Flaw in the Fabric Now Available in Print and Audiobook Worldwide, Except for Canada
CTV News Canada news crew goes out in a dory to film Jim in his dory to learn more Rowga – the Yoga of Rowing, how he does it and why. See Jim doing the actual process out on the open ocean.
AMAZON SMASHWORDS SCRIBD PUBLISH HAUNTING NEW POETRY BOOK CALLED SNAPSHOTS FROM THE IN BETWEEN
- Snapshots from the In Between, A Companion Volume of Verse to A Travellers Guide for Lost Souls by Jim T. Lindsey of Nova Scotia, is now available worldwide via Amazon, Smashwords worldwide and Scribd. From a land steeped in ghost stories and the supernatural and a Buddhist author, comes a collection of poems that seek out the soul. The In Between is the realm of lost souls, those who have passed from this life but not entered the next.
Sebastopol, CA, United States, December 5, 2011 – (PressReleasePoint) - As ebook sales now top $3.2 billion, SeaStorm Press releases Snapshots from the In Between, A Companion Volume of Verse to A Travellers Guide© for Lost Souls by Jim T. Lindsey of Nova Scotia. From a land steeped in ghost stories and the supernatural and a Buddhist author, comes a collection of poems that seek out the soul. The 45 page poetry book is now available worldwide for $1.99 from Amazon, Smashwords and in the U.S. on Scribd. (continued)
PODIOBOOOKS TO AIR AUDIO EPISODES OF JIM LINDSEY’S JIM LINDSEY’S LITERARY HISTORICAL ADVENTURE THE FLAW IN THE FABRIC BEGINNING NOVEMBER 23 2011
Sebastopol, CA, United States, November 18, 2011– Every Wednesday, Podiobooks.com will be airing episodes of “The Flaw in the Fabric” by Jim T. Lindsey of Nova Scotia and published as an ebook by SeaStorm Press in Northern, CA. Arcadia House Publishing in Halifax will be publishing the print version in early 2012. (Jim’s page where you can hear the episodes.)
Book Information: The Flaw in the Fabric, Book 1 of A Travellers Guide for Lost Souls (Canadian spelling) – Author: Jim T. Lindsey – Publisher: SeaStorm Press – ISBN: 978-0-578-08113-7 – Word Count: 115, 500 – Published: March 2011. It is available for purchase online from major online retailers. (continued)
POPULAR HALIFAX FM RADIO CKDU TO BEGIN AIRING THURSDAYS EPISODES OF LITERARY HISTORICAL ADVENTURE SET ALONG NOVA SCOTIA’S COAST
Halifax’s popular radio station CKDU FM (diverse/local music, cultural events, thought provoking talk shows) to begin airing Thursdays (& online), episodes of the literary fiction “The Flaw in the Fabric” (by Jim Lindsey). In this adventure, the boundaries of space and time are developing stress cracks brought on by a solar storm the Earth’s weakened electromagnetic field can no longer sufficiently buffer. The latest sends a Buddhist teacher back to his life as a 19th century merchant captain. (continued)
CTV News Canada interviews Jim about his 25 mile Atlanta Ocean row to raise awareness about young cancer patient, Kylie Clements. How many children like Kylie need help that they cannot afford? In Canada we have social medicine and some things are covered at least. In the U. S. you must simply belong to a family with money or go without. And in other countries the odds of even belonging to a family with money are very slim. The world has many many little ones helplessly in pain. Slowly you are going to add them all on – you can go country by country – till you are towing them all free, every one on the planet. Read the blog at the end of which is information about where donations may be sent to help little Kylie. Here’s the start:
The reporter finally came and shot the footage for the evening newscast about Kylie and I was free to ease a loaded Mojavon down the slipway into the water.
It was a wonderful release. For two days the adrenalin had been building, and now the oars could come unshipped and the first strokes be taken. The dory was at sea again, and not for her usual run. (more)
CKDU Radio Halifax interviews Jim on air and online May 3, 2011. Jim talks about his book and his literary background. Broadcasting from Dalhousie University, CKDU is the most popular community radio show in Halifax and is listened to worldwide online.To hear the show click here (45 minute show.) The interviewer is Stephen Patrick Clare. His blog/website is here. He is an award winning journalist, author, poet, musician, photographer, broadcaster and activist in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CKDU is an alternative to public (CBC) and commercial radio stations with programming that can’t be found elsewhere on the airwaves in Halifax.