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Local Author Book Discussion at Bloomsbury Books

Join us from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday, April 10, for a local author book discussion at Bloomsbury Books in Ashland, Oregon about “Spiritual Sugar: The Divine Ingredients to Heal Yourself With Love” by Lisa Manyon (Foreword by Dr. Joe Vitale and Afterword by Neale Donald Walsch).

“Spiritual Sugar” is inspired by Lisa’s healing with L♥VE journey, where she received a divine download from the Creator to write this book and didn’t immediately take action. Two years later, she navigated the unchartered water of a cancer diagnosis. This book isn’t all about cancer — that just happened to be Lisa’s wake-up call. It’s a poignant reminder about faith, hope, healing, mortality, and your ability to heal.

“Spiritual Sugar” is designed to inspire you to COMMIT to yourself before a serious health crisis requires you to. Through “Spiritual Sugar,” Lisa shares the divine ingredients to create your recipe to heal yourself with L♥VE and guide you home to yourself.

In this book, Lisa shares her personal awakening, spiritual tools, and the seven Spiritual Sugar principles to help you develop your own practice.
Join us at Bloomsbury Books in Ashland, Oregon, for a discussion with the author. Free admission. Space is limited. to learn more about Spiritual Sugar and Lisa, visit

Date & Time:

April 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm



Bloomsbury Books

290 E. Main St.
Ashland, OR 97520 United States

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