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NEW PRESS RELEASE GOOGLE NEWS! THE REBIRTH OF MY SOUL
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/12/2012 -- “The Rebirth of My Soul” a newly released work from author Aija M. Butler has recently been released and is available now on Amazon.com for the Kindle. The paperback version was also released on November 5, 2012.
The book chronicles Butler’s own journey through life and is a collection of notes, advice and her keys to success. The stories are real and many readers can relate to Butler’s admonitions that we can sometimes be our own worst enemy letting our own thoughts and the actions of others sabotage our hopes and dreams. For Butler, life without mistakes to learn from is quite unsuccessful and this book lets the reader follow Butler through many of her worst moments. The moments seemed bad at the time, but as Butler relates, they led her to a new beginning and led to a rebirth of her soul. Butler hopes that sharing her life experiences will help readers achieve bigger and better things in their lives.
Aija Monique Butler is a native of San Diego, California and now resides in San Francisco. She is currently an administrator at a residential care facility. As a skilled nursing home administrator she specializes in acute care, dementia, and diabetes treatment for the elderly. Butler holds degrees and certifications in Psychology and Healthcare Management and she is continuing her education with hopes of obtaining a PhD in Developmental Psychology and Healthcare, by the time she is 40. Butler is also a grant writer, advocate and philanthropist for nonprofit organizations that deal with youth and social service development.
In 2011, Butler decided to put her skills in writing and graphic design to work in the publishing world and she founded AMB Publishing Productions, a small publishing and consulting firm for authors and non-profit development officers. Currently, the AMB roster of writers has grown to more than 20 authors and 4 branching companies around the United States. FAM CARTEL is a small productions agency in direct conjunction with the AMB Publishing Productions firm, Under this umbrella evolves a number of branching companies that deal with the love of the arts, the creation of music, printed publications, and on screen productions. The goal of the FAM CARTEL street fiction/music brand is to maximize client revenue within their individual brands to better promote their products, with quality and assurance.
Butler’s future plans include release of several more works including non-fiction novels, “The Rebirth,” 2nd Edition, “Born Again, Journey to recovery,” Asian Persuasion book 2, My Nemesis Book 4, “Karma,” “A Soldier’s Promise,” and “Butterfly Effect,” written with Co-Author Thornne Xaiviantt, “Hood Bound,” with Co-Author’s Jeffrey Smith and Glendale Butler, and “Under Lock and Key.”
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A LIFE HONESTLY AFTER REVIEW PART 1 BY RAWSISTAZ REVIEW
Aija Butler became ill with Coccidiodomycosis, also known as San Joaquin Valley Fever. It is contracted by breathing in fungus that attacks all the organs of the body. It can be fatal but in her case, it was not and she gives information regarding what she learned after getting the disease. She talks about changing your life and the most important thing to remember is patience. She also mentions that you cannot live your life in fear. You must learn to put aside the fear and live your life to the fullest. She notes that her husband is her hero. He saved her from the smoke of a fire next door that was attacking her already hurt lungs. She awakened in pain, frightened because she didn't see her children or know where her husband was. Fortunately, everyone involved survived.
Aija Butler gives many lessons on how to survive and thrive. She talks about what it means to be a woman and what it means to be a mother and to strive for the success of her family. She discusses 'back seat driving' and notes that we should be in charge of our own car. She mentions many things that if we follow them, will make our lives go smoothly.
It was an interesting book that brought life right down into your face, even if you haven't been faced with a life threatening disease. It gives information on how to live your life to the fullest.
PRE-RELEASE REVIEW: PASSIONATE READERS, BOOK CLUB
OCTOBER 27TH, 2012
Author maybe, poet-journalist perhaps, but she prefers to be called just plain ole, “Aija.” She laughs and says her family calls her, “G” her old columnist name was, “Qurious,” and during her times of lyricism she was deemed, “Aija The Great,”
They all seem to equate to a woman of inspiring genius. Her flare for success and education is enough for naysayers to flinch with anger and roll their eyes.
She told me that she was scared to death of, “Failure, and success at the same time,” I laughed extremely hard because I couldn’t imagine such malarkey; but as the concept was explained it dawned on me that quite a few of us searching for our niche are very much afraid to both succeed and fail.
The Aija I know has this reflection that isn’t her at all. She is often lost in her inabilities to please the next so she downplays her accomplishments. She described this woman wearing way too much makeup pulling at her hair and clawing at her face.
She states that the aquatic mind is very creative, her left handedness pulls her into second place, but at one point and time procrastination caused her to default in the race all together.
Well not today the entreupuenur has things brewing. Her new project is working its way to hands of fame. Or shall I say hands of enrichment. She laughs when she gets phone calls or messages from those that are of celebrity status.
She said she sat still for about 5-10 minutes staring off into space in a complete daze, wondering why the hell they had contacted her, “After all I am a nobody…,” She then looks out into a distance towards white clouds and blue skies and remembers what her grandmother said.
“Your name is all you have; you are somebody bigger than you know.”
Her brother then chimes in to remind her that she did that his words exactly when she showed him her self-made book, the very 1st edition of Rebirth. “That’s tight, you did that…, that’s what’s up.”
“Time to represent and live up to my potential, go hard or go home.” I second that notion Aija. The Rebirth of my Soul has definitely taken me there. And this is just the beginning.
Oh before I forget. I give this book 4.5*. I docked her ½ point simply because I had to chase this woman around for about 2 months just to get an interview. The book however is definitely a 5* reading companion, full of inspirational stories and quotes to make notes to and read again in your times of uncertainty. I can’t wait to see what she has in store for us in, “Born Again, The Resurrection.”
Journalist and Passionate Book Club/Magazine Founder
San Francisco, Ca