Three Mile Point Publishing
Chaumont, NY / 315-654-2060

November 5th 2009

“Quest of the Radical Spiritualist” Honored as Finalist
In the National “Best Books 2009” Awards

CHAUMONT, New York. A book aimed at helping individual students walk a path through metaphysics, to understand and read sacred energies, learn from spirits, including loved ones in the Afterlife and practice astral projection, has been honored as “Finalist” in the “Spirituality: General” category in the National “Best Books 2009” Awards.

The award was announced by USA Book News, the premiere online magazine and review website for mainstream and independent publishing houses.

Published June 1st and written by upstate New York author, Robert Egby, “The Quest of the Radical Spiritualist – The Journey Home,” sets new challenges for the individual Spiritualist, creating new thoughts and offering new philosophies for the future. Egby weaves a kaleidoscopic path through the world of psychic energies and deep spiritualism designed to entertain and nourish beginners and advanced questers alike.

Jeff Keen, President and CEO of says this year’s contest yielded an unprecedented number of entries, which were then narrowed down to over 500 winners and finalists. There are 140 categories. This is the 6th Annual National “Best Books” Awards.

Author Robert Egby says he was researching his next book in the deserts of New Mexico when he heard the news of the award. “Back last summer my spirit friends suggested we enter the book. Never thought it would get anywhere, even when we started to receive good reviews on Amazon. So, the USA Book News award blew me away.”

A complete list of the winners and finalists of the National “Best Books” 2009 Awards is available online at . Information on the book and the author can be found at

The book is available at all mainstream and independent bookstores throughout the United States, and is available in the United Kingdom and various countries of Europe.

About the Author
Robert Egby has studied and taught Mysticism and Metaphysics for over thirty years. A former journalist and award-winning broadcaster in the Middle East and Canada, he trod the corridors of government public relations in British Columbia before settling in the United States twelve years ago. He is a Spiritualist-trained minister and now lives in Chaumont, northern New York State. He is also the author of “Cracking the Glass Darkly” which formed a background for his second book “The Quest of the Radical Spiritualist.” His next book is provisionally entitled “The Healing Paths of the Radical Spiritualist.”

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