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Mention the book title with your recommendation on your favourite social media network sites. The 'SHARE' button above makes that easy by taking you to chosen ones. Twitter, Facebook and Google+ are great places to do this.Other fantastic places online include:
The online store from which you bought the book, such as Smashwords or Amazon. Nothing can beat good reviews on these sites.
Book forums and review sites
Perhaps you would care to mention the book within the editorial text of your website, drawing from the material in the following text ad blocks. Or feel free to paste the html of the ad panel to the right, or that below, onto a page of your website. To help you do this, the following instructions refer to Internet Explorer, but something similar will apply to other browsers.
To get the relevant code to paste into your html source, select 'View > Source' within this window to open the source code listing window, then select 'Edit > Find' within that window to open a 'find' box; enter either 'long ad' or 'short ad' according to which length of ad you require, and you will find the highlighted the 'Start' and 'End' comments that bracket the relevant lines of html code (eg '<!-- Start Short Ad -->'). (The code will pick up the cover picture from this website, so you don't need to worry about copying the graphic itself.)
Copy all the code between the start and end comments and paste it directly into your own page as html. Format to any special requirements and then upload your page and check it. Ensure the book cover is displayed and that clicking it opens the 'Reality Check' home page on this site.
All done. Thank you!
The video shown on the home page for this book can be embedded on your own website. I just then ask you to contact me to tell me where it is for final copyright approval after you have uploaded it. Thanks!
Go to the video's page on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/emm2SNZO-UE.
Pause the video.
Click the 'Share' button.
Click the 'Embed' button.
Copy the embed code (highlight it then click CTRL + C).
Go to the target position within your website, in code/HTML view.
Paste the embed code (CTRL + V).
Upload the amended page to your website and check the video works.
Contact me with the page URL to get written approval of the copyright elements belonging to me. All other images within the video are believed to be free public domain material, but you should check these yourself from the credits at the end of the video: repeated below.
For your information here are the video copyright details:
Book cover graphic © Saniphoto | Dreamstime.com
Book cover composite: © Ian Kampel
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Images from Wikimedia Commons:
Auckland Geddes; Paramhansa Yogananda
Image from Wikia Commons: Carl Jung
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'Soul Stacker Mechanism'
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All efforts have been made to ensure images used do not infringe copyrights but anyone employing this video is personally responsible for ensuring they are not infringing copyrights given the foregoing source information and they do so at their own risk. Because this video includes images copyright of Ian Kampel permission to use it shoud be sought via Ian Kingsley, the author of the book 'Reality Check: Science Meets Religion', via his author website contact information on www.iankingsley.com immediately after embedding the video, giving information where it is reproduced. To embed this video on
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Please consider promoting the book in other media such as your online or printed personal, website or church newsletter, remembering to mention the website www.iankingsley.com — or more specifically www.iankingsley.com/books/reality-check-science-meets-religion — so people know where to go to find out more. Please mention this includes a video trailer for the book.
Thank you for any help you can give to help promote this book. Initially it is only available as an eBook but if sufficient people register their interest in buying it as a paperback, this will be undertaken. You can register to be notified about availability, without obligation, on the Reality Check home page.
"Extremely well written, researched and set out. Every point is very clear. The analogies are extremely imaginative and very effective. The passion in this work is powerful and every paragraph is thought provoking. The arguments are well thought through and persuasive... I would suggest that everyone reads it and think very carefully about what you say." (Gareth Naylor - Authonomy)
"'Reality Check' is an interesting and accessible book... that sets up the basic argument well, an intriguing one at that: proof of God in brain and mind being two different things, mind existing beyond the time-space continuum. At this stage my interest was piqued. I haven’t come across an argument like this before so it appears original... I was entertained and informed along the way and feel richer for the debate. Anyone interested in these themes would do well to have a read of 'Reality Check'." (Ross Clark - Authonomy)
"This is one hell of a book, excuse the pun; and so well researched, and the thoughts are radical on this matter... [the] Albert Einstein line, very relevant to-day and very much relates to what you have written... I was totally intrigued... and found it to be very informative." (Tom Bye - Authonomy)
"The most abstract of concepts are communicated in a clearly digestible form… There is a tremendous need for the genre represented here: arguments which transcend the physical world. For many, if not most, the task of adequately preparing oneself to respond to such questions is simply too daunting. I appreciate the scholarly professionalism and the extensive referencing… [The author] rises to the challenge of what most would consider an extremely difficult calling." (James Revoir - Authonomy)
"This is a very intriguing piece. I believe there is a significant demand for such discussions... I especially appreciate the inviting style, which will definitely be a plus for more skeptical readers." (Faith Rose - Authonomy)