Victoria Fabling will be launching her book on Aug. 3 at Infinity Gifts in Parksville.

Qualicum Beach author releases fifth book

The author is launching the book at Infinity Gifts in Parksville

Life coach and local author Victoria Fabling has released her fifth book Speaking Universal: You Know What I Mean.

The book shows readers a step-by-step guide on how to incorporate spirit into everyday tasks, so it operates automatically whatever the situation. The book is suitable for all ages.

Fabling, a Qualicum Beach resident,  will be at Infinity Gifts (124 Craig St., Parksville) on Aug. 3 at 2 p.m. She will be  giving a talk on trust while also launching the book. People can stop by, ask questions and get a signed copy of the book.

— Submitted by John Bailey

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