Vassula Ryden reveals supernatural battle between good and evil in
new bestseller, Heaven is Real, But So is Hell
After three weeks, Vassula Ryden’s new book, Heaven is Real But So is Hell, shot up to Number One on the BarnesAndNoble.com Top 100 list, and the book wasn’t even in stores yet. Moreover, not a single advertisement has been run. Ms. Ryden will be in the Denver, Colorado area on Saturday, March 23, 2013, for a 1 p.m. book signing at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore, 960 Colorado Boulevard, Suite B, in Glendale, Colorado.
Author Vassula Ryden, a Greek Orthodox Christian, has built over 1,000,000 fans on Facebook.com/
· Is there a Heaven, a hell and anything in-between?
· Are we living in the last days?
· If God is good, why is there so much suffering?
· What is in store for our world?
“If you met me on the street, you would never suspect this,” admits Ryden. “I look and act much like everyone else. I’m not a nun or a recluse or a gypsy fortune teller. I’m just like you, yet I see a world – a dimension – far beyond you and me.”
In the book, Heaven is Real But So is Hell, Ryden shares her encounters with God, and the many incredible miracles that have accompanied the “locutions”
Ryden, who is based in Greece, has spoken to millions of people in 79 countries. “Heaven is Real But So is Hell” is her first book to be released in America. For more information, visit http://www.HeavenIsRealBook.com.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Author Vassula Ryden will be available for interviews and media appearances in the Denver area on Friday, March 22, Saturday, March 23 and Sunday, March 24. To arrange an interview with Ryden, please contact Cindy Kurman, Lee Barrie or Patricia Johnson at Kurman Communications, Inc., (312) 651-9000 or via e-mail at kurmanstaff@