Have you ever put a random wish that you thought was off the wall, impossible out into the universe and have it come true? It’s about to happen to me and I’m still scratching my head in amazement.

Let me explain. A few weeks ago I was interviewing a fan of one of my books. I met Rhonda by accident at the “Y” where we have both worked out for years. I don’t remember how I found out that she had my book but I had wanted to interview her for a long time. However the book was out of print, so it wasn’t a priority. But I recently republished I Don’t Need Therapy … But Where Do I Turn for Answers? for the Kindle and other e-readers.

She told me, “I have two copies. I keep one in my purse and use it just like an app for my iPhone — even in the grocery store or while teaching school. I use it often so if I’m having a down day and something has gone wrong with something, I find what I need in this book. It helps me relax.
I really enjoy it because I think there’s a lot in it that you can’t find in other longer books in this area that are filled with jargon. I find this really comforting and to the point. I get a lot of information out of every page. It’s written like I’m really talking to someone.
I really like how it packs so much into such a small space. Who has time to go through a 200 page book in this world? I barely have time to get to the grocery store anymore but I do have time for this because it is so concise and well done.
Because it’s so concise I can just navigate anywhere around the book — anyone could. I could give this to a high-schooler or even a middle-schooler and they could easily use it.
I had had it for about 15 years and I have recommended it to a lot of people. My sister and brother-in-law are reading it right now. I was recently talking about it with some other people and said I think it’s like an application on an iPhone but without the phone.
This really could be an application on a phone if you could just get someone to do it for you."
Rhonda went on to tell me about her favorite part of the book and what a difference learning to ask for what she wants has made in her life.
Can you imagine how I felt? I am always thrilled when my work makes a difference in someone’s life but it’s rare that I get to hear about it — especially in such glowing terms. (Hint, hint: if my work is made a difference to you I’ve love to hear about that too.) However, I had no clue about how I could possibly get the book turned into an app. None of the people I asked knew how either.
Then the astonishing thing happened! I got an e-mail from www.smashwords.com , publisher of books for e-readers. They said that all of the books on their preferred list, which includes I Don’t Need Therapy … But Where Do I Turn for Answers? are going to be turned into apps. I don’t have to do anything except wait for it to happen!
It isn’t really magic even though it feels as if it is. Joe Vitale www.mrfire.com  who appears in The Secret explains in The MISSING Secret,  that thinking about what you want to happen isn’t enough. Taking what he calls right action is necessary. My right action was rereleasing my book on the e-readers at smashwords.com.
What right action do you need you need to take right now to make it possible for one of your wishes come true?
I don’t know when the app will be ready. Believe me I’ll tell you what I find out. You don’t have to wait though. If you have an e-reader or even an e-reader app on your computer, you can get I Don’t Need Therapy … But Where Do I Turn for Answers? now at either of these links: Kindle; other e-readers
Tell me about your right action here in the Comments Section and do let me know how my work has made a difference in your life.