Kat Mandu's Holistic Advertising Agency

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iUniverse, Apr 1, 2002 - Fiction - 324 pages
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Cooper James is not into tai chi, tarot or transactional analysis. She’s into traveling—or thought she was. On the final leg of an around-the-world trip, she finds herself on the island of Maui and nearly loses what she once thought of as her sanity.

Her plans for staying in a cheap motel and lying on the beach are abruptly waylaid when she becomes nanny of three free-spirited kids, the guardian of an Esoteric Cat, and the target of new-age therapists who want to Shift her Energy.

This was not what she had in mind for the grand finale of her years of independent travel.

Determined to make her own way (it might look a lot like rebellion to the untrained eye), she changes her name to Kat Mandu and opens her own business—The Holistic Advertising Agency. She imparts otherworldly wisdom to her clients based on Coffee-Ground Readings, Uno Card Spreads, and the psychic channelings from the Queen of Cats, Cleopatra.

Finally, she has found what she never knew she was looking for: a soapbox on which to stand, a mighty sword to release her from the bonds of mediocrity: Holistic Advertising (HA)—a recently made-up ancient tradition.

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