30 October, 2009

Sharing 'Finding Emmaus' in Essex, Connecticut & Webster, Massachusetts

Author Pamela Glasner talks about her new novel, Empathic personalities, madness and the indisputable human right of free will

The psychiatric community has confused Empathic personality traits with mental illness with tragic results. This unsettling historical fantasy, Finding Emmaus, takes the reader on a harrowing 350-year fictional yet factual journey through the history of treatment for the mentally ill, eventually exposing a multi-billion dollar conspiracy in which millions of Americans are being misdiagnosed and drugged for no other reason than the enormous income they generate.

Author Pamela Glasner will discuss the present and historical treatment of the mentally ill, what it means to be an Empath, the stranglehold the pharmaceutical industry has on the American population and how all of that came together in this dark, unsettling book.

Saturday, November 14th from 1:00PM to 3:00PM
Booklover's Gourmet
55 East Main Street
Webster, MA, 01570
Debra Horan - owner
508-949-6232 – phone

Sunday, November 15th from 3:00PM – 4:00PM
Essex Books2 Essex SquareHistoric Essex VillageEssex, CT 06426
Sue McCann - owner
860-767-1707 - phone
I would very much like you to be there if at all possible — it’s so much better when I can enjoy this with people I know and care about!

A special thank you goes out to Debra Horan of Booklover’s Gourmet and Sue McCann of Essex books in advance for their interest, generosity and hard work – both of these promise to be a great events!

And, of course, please don’t forget to visit my website to read the previews of Finding Emmaus, book one of The Lodestarre Series.

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