Author's 20th Anniversary Of His "Vulcan Mindmeld With God" Gives Away Two Free Kindle Books
Submitted by: The J. Neil Schulman Living Trust
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of his 2/18/1997 "Vulcan Mindmeld with God" novelist/Twilight-Zone writer/filmmaker/actor/talk host J. Neil Schulman makes two of his Kindle books free for a few days.
Las Vegas, NV-AZ (OPENPRESS) Saturday is the 20th anniversary of author J. Neil Schulman's eight-hour, noon to eight pm "Vulcan Mindmeld with God" that ended his atheism without resort to religion, scripture, or faith.
To celebrate that two-decade anniversary Schulman is making the Kindle editions of the two books resulting from that experience -- his comedy fantasy novel Escape from Heaven and his autobiographical The Heartmost Desire -- free on Amazon for a few days, beginning Saturday February 18th.
"Duj, this is God, calling from Heaven. I can't believe I got through. I'm one of your biggest fans!"
With this first-ever call-in from God, an L.A. radio talk-show host is sent on a mission from God that takes him to Heaven - then back to earth - on a rollercoaster adventure that includes meetings with the most famous celebrities in Heaven and on earth. Along the way he learns the origins of our universe, the meaning of life, and how the War between God and Satan will turn out. A comic journey that is inspiring atheists, agnostics, Christians, and Jews, and is generating controversy even among Evangelical Christians!
The Heartmost Desire is author/filmmaker J. Neil Schulman's most personal book, containing his manifesto for why liberty is necessary for human self-realization and happiness, and his autobiographical description of the experiences that led him from atheism to God, but still relying on reason and rejecting religion, scripture, and faith.
J. Neil Schulman is an award-winning writer and filmmaker. His 1979 Prometheus-Hall-of-Fame novel Alongside Night -- endorsed by Milton Friedman, Anthony Burgess, and Ron Paul -- projected the economic meltdown. It's now his second feature film, available on Amazon Prime along with his award-winning comic thriller, Lady Magdalene's, starring Nichelle Nichols. His 1983 novel, The Rainbow Cadenza, won the Prometheus Award, was adapted into a Laserium show, and Robert A. Heinlein told the 1983 L-5 Society, "Every libertarian should read it!" Schulman scripted the CBS revived Twilight Zone episode, "Profile in Silver." Full bio at http://www.pulpless.com/jneil/jnsbio.html
The J. Neil Schulman Living Trust
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