Saturday, December 2, 2017

Hi, dear readers. Here’s the next chapter of my best blogging novel “FALLING FROM THE SKY.” Once again LuAnn visits the psychic Mrs, May. Kaylee hears Billy’s voice in his bedroom and LuAnn fully embraces the woman she is.  All you have to do is click on the highlighted chapter, in this case CHAPTER 36 and the text will come up for you to read. On December 17 I’ll post the final two chapters of Falling From the Sky.  Enjoy the read...

BTW, my BOOK SIGNING at Merkaba Tea in Idyllwild, CA on Nov. 25 was a great  success. Don't forget,“THE SUN JUMPERS” makes a wonderful holiday gift for readers of all ages.  And can now be purchased on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords.

And check out more great reviews of "The Sun Jumpers" at

"This book has a riveting plot, astonishing characters and lets’s not forget, engrossing literature. All of these factors combined make this excellent book one of my favorite reads of the year. It is a triumphant piece of fiction that I would implore all of you lovely readers to read!
From the redheadedbooklover's blog (see the full review at sun-jumpers-ken-luber or

As well, my first novel, “Match to the Heart” is available as well on all the platforms.

 “One need not be aware that we are making a quantum leap in human con- sciousness in order to participate fully in the process of giving up who we have been for who we can be. Making this leap requires a willingness – or agreement – to follow our hearts in favor of the old ways of our families and tribes and communities. Early into a brand new millennium, some of us are doing this quite deliberately while others, like Luber’s hero, Michael Trainier, are doing so with no forethought whatsoever. This makes for a story that is dramatic and compelling and one that is, ultimately, quite believ- able. Watching Trainier’s transformation inspires us to believe – and know – that each of us is capable of the same change regardless of how we make it. This knowing is essential – for our collective leap is fully dependent upon our individual leaps. Thanks to Ken Luber for such inspiration.”  (Steven Morrison, author “An Extra Year”)

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