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The Lapponia Scriptures
- a mystical story of love and adventure

a new book by Tia Salingre-Williams



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A b o u t  t h e  A u t h o r

In 1968, popular Finnish magazine writer, Tia Salingre- Williams, co-authored the novel “Burning Road,” published by Soderstrom Book Company. Its success led to a London publisher issuing her novel, “Conversations between Here and Beyond,” in 1994.

When she became an advocate for homeless and abused animals a few years later,  the Port Jervis, New York, Humane Society, published her “Little Katja’s Evening Prayer,”
a great success in both the USA and Finland. She followed this with “The Lapponia Scriptures,“ a novel about an HIV-infected writer on a spiritual quest – taking him to Lapland, to seek out a legendary mountain man who might hold the answers to Life’s Great Mysteries.  The book is in development as a Hollywood movie at Atophill Films.

At this time, Tia Salingre-Williams has just finished writing her latest novel,
The Secret of the Blue Clay Bird.

The Lapponia Scriptures is a spiritual adventure and love story, where an American couple travels to the most northern part of Finland, exotic and mysterious Lapland. The book narrates Susan’s and Bob’s uplifting encounters with celestial beings. The Lapponia Scriptures helps one understand life’s lessons and perception of reality.
         It all starts when at a doctor's visit, Robert Walters, a reporter for The Los Angeles Daily Herald, gets some shocking news – he is HIV positive as
a result of his colorful past. That same evening he attends a party for his friend, photographer Susan Wintrop. Susan tells him about a new photo assignment that will take her up north, Lapland. She asks Robert to accompany her. Susan has always loved Robert and relishes the idea that she could spend time alone with him. Robert hesitates, but finally decides to go. On the plane, they hear interesting stories about the Northern part of Finland, about wise men and their healing powers. Their curiosity peaks and they decide to find out if what they have heard is truth or legend. During their stay in the arctic wilderness, Susan and Robert go through the most thought provoking situations and meet most intriguing people. Their lives will never be the same again.

paperback 6” x 9” ♦ 162 pages ♦ perfect bound
ISBN 978-1480291720 ♦ LCCN 2012921537
first print ♦ retail price $13.95
publication date November 21, 2012


Find Your True Self
Through Your

by Olavi Moilanen, Ph.D.


Find Your True Self through Your FANTASIES AND DREAMS 

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  Find Your True Self through Your FANTASIES AND DREAMS 

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This book brings an important message. It reminds us that every man wants to live a good life. This is possible only by using dreams and artistic expressions, like pictures, music, and literature. Especially fairy tales and other folk stories have and hold ideas of a good life through our long history. These stories carry the ideas of a good life offered by religions. Dreams are the same for individuals as fairy tales and stories are for all of us. They make ideas of a good life fit into every individual situation. The human being is unable to live
a good life by aping others. Everybody has his own special route to go.
Dreams guide us in this.

We are conscious only about one percent of our whole life. Especially our bodily and emotional expressions are mostly beyond our conscious understanding. Only emotions can guide us to a good life. On the conscious level we are in the middle of thousands of different demands and expectations. We can only feel by our conscience, when we are doing something which is wrong. Only dreams and stories can guide us privately. This is the meaning of living. Thousands-years-old religious stories connected with powerful images guide us in stories and dreams. We do not create stories.
Stories create us and make us human and able to love.

paperback 6” x 9” ♦ 448 pages ♦ perfect bound
ISBN 978-1-929956-15-9 ♦ LCCN 2007927032
first print ♦ retail price $19.95
publication date June 2, 2009

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by Erkki "Erik" Kanto & Ilona Kanto.

paperback 5.5” x 8.5” ♦ 176 pages ♦ perfect bound
55 photos ♦ 70 line drawings
ISBN 1-929956-13-4 ♦ LCCN 2004090351
first print ♦ retail price $16.95

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