Lynn Grabhorn, submitted by Shii. Lynn Grabhorn looks like a very nice grandmother type. Maybe she is, but if she is, in addition to her nice grandmother duty she also works as a crazy as shit author.
Are any of these stories about this Planet Earth that's in a slightly higher dimension than we are now...are they really true? A place where we can live for as long as we'd like to, in good health, without money worries?
Is it really possible?
There's only one person I know who tells us the answer to that question, and she's clearly notated in this book. She says, "Yes. For sure!"
Folks, Lynn is a New York Times Bestseller. Somehow I don't think she sold tens of thousands of books to people wanting to gawk at a traffic accident of a philosophy novel. People really are THAT STUPID.
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