Milliver’s Travels Featured in Spiritual Enthusiast Magazine

QUEBEC, Spirituality — By on October 20, 2010 at 11:09

Images Used with Permission from Mira Ćosić, Lejla Custovic & Zlatan Custovic

ASTROLOGER MIRA ĆOSIĆ this month launched a new Internet magazine known as Spiritual Enthusiast.

The line-up for the first issue includes director Alberto Simone with his article “Smile, 400 Times a Day!” and Carolyn Anderson with “12 Simple Ways to Be Happy in Life.”

Milliver’s Travels appears on page 28 with an article I wrote after visiting Quebec for the Montréal Jazz Festival.

You can download Issue One free at SpiritualEnthusiast.com. If you would like the print version (this really is a gorgeous magazine!), you can purchase at MagCloud for $12.50: Spiritual Enthusiast at MagCloud.


Featured on pg. 28 of the first issue of Spiritual Enthusiast

Featured on pg. 28 of the first issue of Spiritual Enthusiast

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Milli-Thornton-2008
Milli Thornton (aka Milliver) is the author of Fear of Writing: for writers & closet writers. She is owner of the Fear of Writing Online Course, where her mission is to put the fun back into writing. Milli blogs at the Fear of Writing Blog and coaches writers individually at Writer’s Muse Coaching Service.

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    3 Comments

  • This is fabulous, Milli! I’m so happy I could introduce you to Mira. She’s amazing. Great job from both of you. Congrats!

  • catherine says:

    Hi Milliver ~

    It was great to see your article in Spiritual Enthusiast magazine. You look so darling in your Chinese hat. Your story and the pictures brought the whole experience alive for me. The people in the square, the pagoda, the shops and the Chinese kites – so colorful. And…I could almost smell the dumplings and Peking duck, yum! The Falun DaFa Youth Band looks sweet and this practice I have not heard of before. Thank you for sharing this story with us! It has a soothing effect on the heart.

    catherine

  • ronald says:

    I enjoyed reading your article about Chinatown in my home town! Good job of taking me down memory lane. I remember the tasty food you could find there. The picture of the plants in the window is so typical of the flavor of all Chinatowns I’ve been to. Nice timing that you could see the Falun DaFa youth band playing. Keep up the good articles. We always enjoy reading them.

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