Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Secrets of a Spiritual Guru by Tamara Lee Dorris





Meet Melissa Murphy: wine-drinking real estate agent who finds herself "accidentally" assuming the role of a spiritual blogger when her boyfriend leaves her for his yoga teacher. Can she keep her role secret while trying to win her man back? If the lying doesn't kill her, the poses might!

Profound insight on human nature delivered in what seems like a yoga book (it's not), a real estate book (no way), but instead is a woman's fiction, humor tale that will keep readers smiling and longing for more.

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Author Bio:



Tamara Lee Dorris has been a life-long fan of personal and spiritual development, and has written several books that fall under the category of "self-help." She wrote Secrets of a Spiritual Guru as a way of poking fun at how easy it is to become an online expert. Her other novels revolve around contemporary issues and spiritual enlightenment. Tamara is also an adjunct professor, radio host, and long time real estate professional who has gone crazy selling houses, loves yoga, drinks wine and is still as addicted as ever to personal development. She lives in Northern California with a bunch of annoying animals and her husband. She has four kids that she likes a lot and a mother that drives her nuts.
Learn more at tamaradorris.com.

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3 comments:

  1. Sounds like a perfect book to read with my girlfriends. I look forward to checking it out further

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  2. This book sounds so good! I can't wait to read it!

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  3. Tamara...You're an adjunct professor of what? I work at a college so I'm curious.

    I love the reference to living with a bunch of annoying animals and your husband. Is he annoying too? LOL. It's just as easy to say you live with a bunch of animals and an annoying husband! LOL.

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