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Finalist in the 2017 Book Excellence Award Body/Mind/Spirit       

2016 Best Book Awards: Best New Age

Einstein, et al. is the most definitive work yet by Barbara, Einstein, and the Party. (2016)
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 Winner of 2 National Book Awards

National Best Books 2007 Award for
Fiction & Literature: New Age Fiction      
and  2007 Indie Excellence Book Award for New Age Fiction

Imagining Einstein picks up where Einstein himself left off, expanding on his theories and introducing us to a new science of Compassion, which originates within each individual. (2007)
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Winner of 2008 Best Beach Book Award for Spirituality

Party of Twelve: The Afterlife Interviews

In 1998, a representative from the British tabloid The Sun enlisted Barbara to conduct an interview with Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales for the first anniversary of her death. (2001)
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Party of Twelve: Post 9/11 is the autobiography of Barbara With and how she became the emissary for a party of notable dead people, headed up by Albert Einstein. (2008) 
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Guerrilla Publishing: How To Become A Published Author For Less Than $1500 & Keep 100% Of The Profits

Guerrilla Publishing has everything you need to begin your journey to become a published author. It will de-mystify the world of publishing, inspire you to get that manuscript done, and instruct you with step-by-step instructions on how to set up your own company. You will have complete control of your book and keep 100% of the profits of everything you sell. You will be shocked at how easy it is.

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Early Life Among the Indians

First published in 1892, Early Life Among the Indians is the biography of Benjamin Armstrong, who in 1840 took up his residence in northern Wisconsin. Having learned the Ojibwe language, he became a well-known interpreter. In 1852 Armstrong accompanied Great Buffalo and other Ojibwe leaders to Washington, D.C., to plead against the proposed forced relocation of the Ojibwe west of the Mississippi. 

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