Lincoln, NE, March 10, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Jeanne K. Hain Wiemer of Seward, Neb., is a modern-day mystic who believes her assignment is to bring comfort and peace into the world by helping others connect to their inner spiritual truth, their “inner maker,” as Wiemer calls it. Her new book, “Jesus, the Ordinary Man,” is intended to help readers understand Jesus, one of the world’s most influential religious figures, as an ordinary man, a human being with the full range of human emotions. Published by Amanuent Press in Lincoln, Neb., the book presents its message in a mixture of verse and narrative.
Much of Wiemer’s writing is inspired by dreams and visions, and portions of the 80-page book are written using the persona “The Queen of the Realm,” which reflects Wiemer’s own “inner maker.”
“I was also inspired by my father, a deeply spiritual man, and the journal he kept while he fought cancer,” Wiemer said. “One gift that my father gave me was unconditional love. He gave that to me and to every person he met. And that gave me the freedom to find my inner maker, to find my passion in life. With this book, I try to help others do the same,” she said.
“Jesus, the Ordinary Man” is available online at http://www.innermaker.com and will be available through bookstores and Amazon.com.
Amanuent Press is an imprint of Infusionmedia Publishing in Lincoln, Neb. Infusionmedia has published and promoted the works of Great Plains writers since 1994 through its imprints, which also include Asteria Press, Abbatia Press and Plains Chronicles Press, and through IPAC, the Independent Publishers & Authors Cooperative, and the Nebraska Book Source. Additional information on the publishing and design company may be found at http://www.infusionmediapublishing.com.