After a challenging year, Hidden Energy’s audiobook is birthed! It’s now available from major distributors of audiobooks, such as Amazon’s Audible platform and Apple’s iTunes.
My city’s newspaper, the Kelowna Daily Courier, ran a brief article about it in their January 15 paper, in the Lifestyle section. I told the story of how a young graduate of the Centre for Arts and Technology who had majored in audio engineering encouraged me. Amber Hammermeister kept her sense of humor through all our trials as I bought the recording equipment and learned how to narrate an audiobook and use the software Audacity.
So you can have a listen to Hidden Energy: Tesla-inspired Inventors and a Mindful Path to Energy Abundance. It provides hope for a better future. And it’s realistic; the book points out that transformation won’t happen overnight and we the people can’t sit and wait. We have a crucial role to play in helping to manifest a better world. The concluding chapter gives many suggestions on how we can help, no matter what our life circumstances are.
Here’s are some links to distributors for the audiobook :