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Diannia Baty at Saturday Salon

Diannia Baty of Granite Quarry will be the featured author at Literary Bookpost for the Saturday Salon on Saturday, May 9, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Baty will be signing her just-released book from Lorimer Press of Davidson, titled “Spirit Letters: Communications with God.”
“Spirit Letters” is a lively combination of meditation and dictation. Always fascinated with spiritual development, Baty began writing down her questions to God. More importantly, she recorded the answers she received during meditation.
“Spirit Letters” reveals answers to her queries on subjects that range from balancing the demands of our lives and discovering our purpose, to finding (and sometimes letting go of) love. Baty’s overriding message is for individuals to begin living consciously and to take control of their lives.
Writer, artist and life coach Baty is a noted speaker and a lifetime member of the International Speakers Association. In addition, she co-hosts the P3 Power Boost Radio Show with Lisa Thomas.
She is included in the anthology “Remarkable Women of Faith” with Jennifer O’Neill and Ann Jillian, published in 2007. Her life experiences have taken her from Texas, to Florida the Carolinas and Virginia.
Literary Bookpost is at 119 S. Main St., downtown Salisbury. For additional information about this event and future events, call 704-630-9788 or visit www.literarybookpost.com.

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