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The Secrets of Great Book Authors in Maui

The Secrets of Great Book Authors in Maui
It should come as no surprise to anyone that the baby book industry is a booming one. Guides to birth and parenthood are nothing new, and the appetite for them never wanes. After all, as long as there are expectant new parents awaiting the birth of their first child, there will be the excitement and anxiety that accompanies such a moment, the desire to take charge, and the corresponding urge to rush out to the bookstore and buy every last baby and parenting how-to book out there. Of course, there is no singular Baby Instruction Manual, meaning that the great book authors in Maui and elsewhere in this genre find other ways to connect with their readership. The Wisdom of Experience In writing, there’s a saying: “Write what you know.” If you’re writing fiction, this helps to keep your story more grounded. If you’re writing non-fiction, it helps keep things more authentic. Either way, the truly great book authors on the subject of babies and parenthood are most often those who speak from experience. Doctors, nurses, child psychologists, and other medical professionals are people who love children, love parents, and love the opportunity to share their knowledge about one of life’s most beautiful bonds. There’s no substitute for lived experience or, indeed, the wisdom of experience, so if you’ve never been here before, finding books written by those who have been is probably a good idea. Charts, Calendars, Diagrams, and More To say that there are a lot of charts, diagrams, and pieces of information to remember during the nine months of a pregnancy is an understatement. This can feel incredibly overwhelming, especially if you’re new to all this. The best book authors on the subject thus often include charts, diagrams, and other elements of the process in their books so that they can explain and decode these elements of pregnancy for their readers. From ultrasound information to personal inspiration, there’s something for everyone in the world of baby books. Contact Jane A. Foley for more information. You can also like them on Facebook for more information. Be the first to like. Like...
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There Are Many Book Authors Writing About Understanding Dreams, But Jane Foley Is Unique

There Are Many Book Authors Writing About Understanding Dreams, But Jane Foley Is Unique
It’s unknown how long mothers have been having dreaming about their unborn babies, but it’s undoubtedly been for many thousands of years. Most cultures throughout time have believed in the predictive power of dreams. The power of dreams is referenced in the Bible and is important in past and present China. When a similar belief has survived through the ages and around the globe, it seems illogical to unilaterally state that predictive dreaming couldn’t possibly be true. Book Authors worldwide have written about predictive dreams for a very long time. Will the Baby be a Boy or a Girl? It’s fairly common for pregnant women to dream of their unborn child. Not all women have these dreams, of course, but many do. These dreams may predict the gender of the child long before birth. Some dreams give hints as to the character or future of the child. Combining Science and Dreams Jane A. Foley is a professional sonographer who has worked with pregnant women to follow the development of their babies for more than 25 years. Jane is also well-known for her ability to interpret the dreams of women while they are pregnant. She specializes in analyzing and determining the accuracy of the dreams of expectant mothers. She has worked with other Book Authors, contributing her acknowledged expertise in the interpretation of predictive dreams. Most recently, Jane’s work can be found in Chicken Soup for The Soul, Dreams and Premonitions edition. Dream Interpretation When young, Jane had dreams about her own future, the beginning of her extensive and life-long study into interpretive dreaming. She began to see the connection between her understanding of pregnancy dreams and her ultrasound work with obstetrical patients. Research into her patients’ dreams of their unborn children led her to call this previously unexplored topic, “God’s Ultrasound.” She has the gift for being able to make sense of Pregnant Dreams and believes that these dreams are very important for the future health and welfare of the child. Jane Foley hopes to be able to educate all dreamers who would like to be able to understand their dreams of their unborn babies. Read her guide on calculating the date of conception. If you would like to have insight into your pregnancy dreams, email Jane at pregnancydreams@gmail.com. You can also follow them on Twitter. Be the first to like. Like...
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