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Ladies and gents, I’m very happy to announce that my new book, Stop Worrying! There Probably is an Afterlife, is now available from the Amazon Kindle store for just $5.99! And for the launch, I’m looking to use the Grail army to my advantage, if you’ll be kind enough to join in. More details after the blurb:

Did Steve Jobs have a vision of the afterlife on his death-bed? Does quantum physics suggest that our mind might survive the physical death of our body? How do some near-death experiencers ‘see’ outside of their bodies at a time when they are supposed to be dead?

In Stop Worrying! There Probably is an Afterlife, author Greg Taylor covers all these questions and more. From Victorian seance rooms through to modern scientific laboratories, Taylor surveys the fascinating history of research into the survival of human consciousness, and returns with a stunning conclusion: that maybe we should stop worrying so much about death, because there probably is an afterlife.

Now, to try and make the maximum splash on entry into the eBook world, I’m asking interested Grail readers to grab a copy as soon as possible to push the book up Amazon’s charts and thus make it more visible to other buyers. Here are the relevant Amazon links:

If you can help out by hitting Amazon hard, I’d love to see the result. To add a bit of incentive, I’ll give away a couple of limited edition hardcover versions of the book, which will be randomly drawn from those who comment beneath this story letting me know that they’ve purchased the eBook.

Update: I’ll cut entries off on Sunday night, 10pm U.S. West Coast time, to allow non-daily readers a chance at a hardcover) and make the draw soon after. Don’t forget to comment beneath when you’ve grabbed a copy to be in the running!

(For those that still prefer paper to electronic books, the 274-page paperback should be out next week sometime, and will retail for $11.95. Alternatively, if you’re a collector I will be selling signed and limited hardcovers directly in the near future as well.)