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Lifting the Wheel of Karma by Paul H. Magid and 3 print copy giveaway!

Sunday, January 1, 2012

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Lifting the Wheel of Karma Book Summary

A Profound Spiritual Journey of Extraordinary Healing and Redemption
      Joseph Connell is a gifted high school athlete from Montana, loved deeply by his family, yet tormented by nightmarish visions he can  neither explain nor escape.
      He believes the answer to what threatens to crush him can be found  in the knowledge possessed by a mystical old wise man, who lives deep within the remote Himalayas of India.
      If Joseph is ever to find the peace he so desperately seeks, he must get this wise old man to reveal what he truly knows, but that will not be easy…for this sage knows far more than he admits.
A modern tale that harkens back to the myths of antiquity. It takes you on a remarkable journey, while exploring the themes of healing, redemption, forgiveness, sacrifice, and ultimately...peace within.

Paul H. Magid's Bio:
Paul H. Magid started writing his debut novel, Lifting the Wheel of Karma, twenty-five years ago while still in high school. It took him so long to complete because he tried repeatedly to abandon it, but the work refused to be forsaken. Eventually he realized that sharing this story with the world was, in fact, his Dharma.

      Along the way he has worked as a Wall Street financial analyst, a waiter (not a very good one), a Hollywood Agent Trainee, a real estate developer, a summer day camp director, an award winning screenwriter, and independent filmmaker—including his autobiographical film, A Life Unfinished, which screened in The Hamptons International Film Festival.
      Price: $15.00
      ISBN: 9780984016068
      Pages: 192
      Release: September 23, 2011

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Giveaway: 3 print copies for USA/CAN.  Please leave a comment stating why you would like to win this book, include your email address.  Thank you for stopping by!


  1. Thanks Krystal for featuring Paul's book and good luck to all who enter the giveaway. It's definitely a book worth winning.

  1. Anonymous said...:

    A friend of mine recommended this book as well as your giveaway so here I am. My e-mail address is

  1. Thank you very much, Krystal, for posting about my novel.

    Readers can also check out my new book trailer and other related multimedia videos at:

    All the best...
    Paul H. Magid

  1. Honestly this book had me at the title! It sounds interesting and like something different. I am a firm believer in Karma:) Thank you for a chance at winning.

  1. Wow I would love to read this book because it sounds different than what I have been reading lately. I like the idea of having to seek out a mystical wise man in the himalayas and changing karma. It looks good.

    megnate at telus dot net

  1. Rafelina said...:

    Apart from that I love everything that has to do with Karma, the cover although sensilla, I draw much attention. With those colors, red for strength, and lighter, for calm and peace. I just love.

    Have a good day

  1. Unknown said...:

    I would love to read this book, it sounds beautiful. Thanks for sharing about it and for the giveaway.
    coreenamcburnie at gmail dot com

  1. Suz said...:

    Thanks for this amazing giveaway! I would love to win this book because Joseph's quest for inner peace sounds fascinating and maybe I could learn something from the book.

    susanw28 (at) mindspring (dot) com

  1. Anonymous said...:

    I like books that combine our world with older times. This sounds really engaging.

    Chelsea Carson

  1. UK said...:

    I truly loved this book! I picked it up, and three hours later put it down finished... now here I am reviewing it! This is saying a LOT as this is not the type of book I would usually love and it was a busy day around here. This is a regular length novel, not a short, so that's not an excuse you can give me either. :)) The book was beautifully written. Hats off to Paul H. Magid. He is either very well versed on India and their religion/culture, or he did some very in-depth research.

    Lifting the Wheel of Karma is the story of Joseph, or Joey as he's referred to. We meet Joey as a teen suffering from some very serious nightmares, the kind that he wakes up bleeding from. Joey lives in Montana with his older brother, Billy, and his parents. He's not the usual teen character that has recently losed a loved one, is picked on in school, etc. Aside from the nightmares, and a healthy obsession with karate, Joey's life is pretty good. Until one fateful night.