We've been back and forth to Mexico a couple of times, but the big news is -- our book, Will YOUR Dog Reincarnate? has just been published.
It's available on Amazon, but it won't be in bookstores for at least another three months, because it takes six weeks for it to be integrated into the distribution system, and then another six weeks for it to be delivered after someone goes into the store and orders it. (I suspect this is why most people buy their books online. The bookstores just make it too hard)
Meanwhile, if you don't want to wait three months, visit our website at www.willyourdogreincarnate.com and start reading. Or go straight to Amazon and buy one and write a review. I can hardly wait until someone writes a review!
I'm very excited about the book. While researching it, I discovered that thousands of dogs reincarnate and return to their beloved owners. And what really fascinated me was that many of these people are completely aware of the fact that their "new" dog is a reincarnation of the dog that left them. They just don't talk about it, because they're afraid people will laugh at them. Amazingly, one in four Americans believes in reincarnation.
What I learned from my own experience is that it's possible for us to actually help our dog reincarnate and come back to us. Some dogs don't need help, but many do. You don't have to be a psychic, or a mystic. I am the most logical, left-brained person you'll ever hope to meet -- and if this could happen to me, it can happen to anyone.
Now that Will YOUR Dog Reincarnate? has been finished, edited, proofed and launched into the vast sea of books already published this year, Xingxing and I are getting ready to do some really serious traveling.
The Azamara Club Cruise was so much fun that we're doing it again. At the end of June we'll fly to Venice, Italy and take two, back-to-back cruises down the Dalmatian Coast and then around the tip of Italy and back up the coast to Rome.
The first step was to get Xingxing microchipped. But that's a story for my next blog.