Do you remember our earlier announcement on featuring your miracle stories in Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul? Thereafter we announced the bloggers who were selected for their miracle stories. Today we have Chicken Soup For The Indian Soul: A Book Of Miracles up for review, including the stories of the winning bloggers – Varsha, Saikat Chakraborty, Samir Joshi, Irene Jena & Suranga Date. 101 true stories of healing, faith, divine intervention and answered prayers are recorded in this book. Want to discover these miracles? Read the excerpt below and apply for your copy.
10 copies of Chicken Soup For The Indian Soul: A Book Of Miracles is up for review. Read the excerpt:
Have you ever felt there was magic in your life? In Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul: A Book of Miracles, people have shared some extraordinary anecdotes from their lives, of amazing coincidences, rediscovered faith, and the serenity that comes from believing in a greater power. Whether it’s an answered prayer, an uncanny intuition, or an asked-for sign, the stories in this collection will uplift you and fill you with hope and warmth. Miracles do happen and each story in this book will convince you of that!
Know the Author: Raksha Bharadia is the editor of the bestselling titles in the series including Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul, Chicken Soup for the Indian Teenage Soul and Chicken Soup for the Indian Romantic Soul. She has taught in a school for the visually challenged, Andya Kanya Grah, in Ahmedabad where she lives. Now she is reinventing herself as a Kathak danseuse.
Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen, #1 New York Times bestselling co-authors, are professional speakers who have dedicated their lives o enhancing personal and professional development of others. They are co-authors of several New York Times bestsellers, including Chicken Soup for the Soul, Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul and Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul.
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