Our reviews are written by us, personally, after we carefully review the actual product.
We do not review from others’ summaries, press kits, or descriptions.
We actually read, view or try the products. Then, we provide honest reviews.
To submit your book, video, deck, recording or other product for review, send us a digital copy or a non-returnable review copy to our postal mailing address.
We will also need your URL, if your website provides support or additional information about your product/s.
Use the contact form, linked above, to reach us.
Our mailing address:
PO Box 2216
Concord, NH 03302-2216 USA
About New Age products, in general:
New Age books, videos and recordings have been popular since the 19th century. In the 21st century, they have expanded to cover a variety of helpful topics from self-improvement to ways to explore the future and other dimensions.
Privacy and Affiliate Policies
When a link from this site takes you to a website that sells something, including Amazon.com, this website may earn a commission from it.
That commission helps keep this website online. The commissions may not fully cover our hosting and/or bandwidth expenses, but hey, every little bit helps. Thank you!
Here’s what else you need to know about the links:
- The item’s price will never be higher than you’d ordinarily pay. (That is, the site doesn’t mark up the price to pay a commission.)
- Whatever we say about a product is honest. We recommend products we use (or would use) myself. If we can’t recommend a product, that will be very clear in our description at this site. If it’s only okay, that’ll be clear, too.
- Generally, we have no idea who buys from those links. The customer info isn’t available to us, unless you go out of your way to tell us, personally. We can see that someone bought something, but not who it was. Sometimes, we’re not even sure what the person bought.
If it really, really bothers you that this website might earn a small commission recommending a product we’d rave about even if a commission wasn’t involved… well, don’t click on the link. Instead, search for the product at any search engine.
This is the fine print. There’s not much that’s personal in this — well, except for a few obvious editorial comments — but we’re sort of required by law to include this information.
That said, here goes:
Like many — perhaps most – other Web sites, our website makes use of log files. That’s partly for security, so we can identify any problems before they occur. The information inside the log files includes internet protocol ( IP ) addresses, type of browser, Internet Service Provider ( ISP ), date/time stamp, referring/exit pages, and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track user’s movement around the site, and gather demographic information. IP addresses, and other such information are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable.
Cookies and Web Beacons
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DoubleClick DART Cookie
Sometimes, we feature Google links on this website. Here’s what you need to know:
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(Seriously, if you’re in Timbuktu and the ads show up in Klingon, they aren’t helpful to anyone.)
Our website has no access to or control over these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers. However, we urge you to disable cookies on your computer if this is a concern for you. That’s controlled in your browser, usually in the Options tab related to privacy, security, or general settings.
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