"Scripted in Heaven" and "I called myself Cassandra" book Launch on September 16, 2017 in Manila at the Casino Español de Manila at 4:00 pm, Cocktails and early Dinner will be served at 5:30 PM.
Both books were published by LitFire Publishing, Atlanta GA USA.
"Scripted in Heaven" is an Auto biography of Filipino American Author/Singer/Actress Lourdes Duque Baron.
"Scripted in Heaven follows the journey of Dr. Robinson V. Baron and his physical and metaphysical healing. As a stubborn surgeon, he ignores a cryptic warning from an old lady about a supposedly imminent complication with his health.
The struggles that follow take him to a journey of spiritual renewal, which leads him to rediscover his true faith and his true love.
His devotion grew, even causing him to embark on a punishing pilgrimage to San Giovanni Rotondo in Italy, despite his fragile health. His mystical metamorphosis is a story of courage, sacrifice, and triumph. It inspires the reader to reflect on his own weaknesses and makes him long for purpose and Truth in this mortal life. "Who can assure us that we will be alive tomorrow?"
"I called Myself Cassandra"
Editorial Reviews by Amazon :
"I Called Myself Cassandra" follows the falling in and out of love of a young woman who tells a seductive story about her encounters and experiences in her quest to mend her broken heart. It's a tale of a very deep love that withered - even threatened to tear a family apart, but in the end, never died. While the author's preceding book "Scripted In Heaven" followed the triumph over the turbulent times she and her husband faced when he was stricken with cancer; the prequel "I Called Myself Cassandra" is a tale of their tormenting times together as wife and husband, during which both sinned against not only each other, but more against their family and the God they did not know. Many might say that the story is an exploitative tale as it includes very intimate details of sex and the multiple extra-marital affairs. However, it is really a chance for the author to show that human desires cause many people to make mistakes, which defiles the purest of loves and the supposed sanctity of marriage."