A Place to Stand is available as an ebook

Bob Friedman tells me that my book about 10 prep sessions at The Monroe Institute is now up on Kindle. I haven’t entered the ebook world, so i don’t know how one downloads it, but he assures me that anyone who owns a Kindle already knows. It is part of his Rainbow Ridge Books line.

I’m very pleased to have this long-term project off my desk. Although published out of order, the chronological order of the sessions reported on and digested was this:

A Place to Stand (2000)

The Sphere and the Hologram (2001-02)

Chasing Smallwood (2005-06)

Afterlife Conversations with Hemingway (2006-2011)

The Cosmic Internet (2011)

Still to come (maybe) are a book of transcripts and commentary on ten sessions in 2004 in which Rita Warren participated, and one or two books from the material that came in such a spate in 2006 but has not yet been digested and sorted into something more usable.

I asked guidance, not so long ago, if it was really worthwhile to continue to publish work that wasn’t meeting a huge response (to put it mildly) and was asked which i would prefer — to die leaving materials that could never be assembled by anyone, or die leaving assembled manuscripts whether or not they were published.

Wise guys!

10 thoughts on “A Place to Stand is available as an ebook

  1. I just downloaded A Place to Stand. I’m looking forward to spending time with you guys this evening.

    The only thing is… how am I suppose to take a picture of the sticky note markers like in The S&H?
    Guess it’s a cosmic highlighter for this version~

    Frank, PLEASE write the next book on health you mentioned earlier. You may not have a world of readers, but you are the world to those of us that do!

      1. Hi Frank… your book was featured in the TMI newsletter. I am not an e-book reader so your mention of it possibly being published this Fall is great! Please keep us posted 🙂

  2. Now this is great news!

    I’m on session four in A Place to Stand.
    This may be premature, but do you still have a connection with crystals?

    Crystals & rocks have been a major influence in my life ever since childhood. Your writings have further expanded crystallization…

    Many thanks for your candor! Such a pleasure to experience~

    1. Crystals became a major influence on me too — you’re just about there! My brother and sister came to visit, we bought some crystals from a neighbor while they were here, and i became fascinated with transparent or translucent rocks — and not just because they are beautiful. As you will see.

  3. Hmm is anyone else encountering problems with the pictures
    on this blog loading? I’m trying to determine if its a problem on my end or if it’s the blog.
    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

  4. I really enjoyed A PLACE TO STAND. Thank you for publishing these earlier sessions. All of your lab work is interesting and worth getting out to the world. So keep going, please!

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