Prophet Fred Rosss New Book Subduing Witchcraft Is an Insightful Work into a World Unknown to Most


(PRWEB) June 19, 2015

Prophet Fred Ross, a constituent in the janitorial business, has completed his book Subduing Witchcraft: a gripping and potent guide to confronting the forces of darkness.

When asked to describe the book, Ross said The book is very deep in revelation, its message is when attacked by witchcraft you can fight back. The book stories are all true stories. He cites his inspiration, saying I wanted people to be aware of what happens in the unseen and how it effects them.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Prophet Fred Rosss poignant work provides a step-by-step process for dealing with witches. The scripture says that Gods people perish because of the lack of knowledge. Ross challenges that lack of knowledge with this inspirational book.

“For years the church has been fighting a two-dimensional fight when it comes to witchcraft and confronting the powers of darkness. Some of the most powerful prayer warriors out there are former witches and Satanist because they have knowledge on how the dark kingdom works. God does not want us unaware on how to take down our dark opposition.” says Ross.

Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase Subduing Witchcraft at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing

Page Publishing is a traditional New York based full-service publishing house that handles all of the intricacies involved in publishing its authors books, including distribution in the worlds largest retail outlets and royalty generation. Page Publishing knows that authors need to be free to create – not bogged down with complicated business issues like eBook conversion, establishing wholesale accounts, insurance, shipping, taxes and the like. Its roster of authors can leave behind these tedious, complex and time consuming issues, and focus on their passion: writing and creating. Learn more at http://www.pagepublishing.com.







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Newly Launched I Wish I Spit In Your Food Website Where Workers Post Complaints about CustomersIs Entertaining, Insightful, and Informative

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2014

The graphic name of the website I Wish I Spit In Your Food (iwishispitinyourfood.com) conjures up the worst fears of customers. But it simultaneously resonates with millions of disgruntled service workers who want a platform to vent their individual and collective anger. The popular site has quickly become a virtual sounding board where disrespected, mistreated employees everywhere can finally be empowered with a public voice and way to express their feelings.

Today everyone is having to work longer, harder hours for less pay, explains the sites creator, Matt Ota. They have to put up with more than they should. But if their bosses arent willing to help and they cant afford to quit they wind up hating their jobs. Our website lets them express their frustrations without risking their livelihoods.

One reason that the site is generating so much attention is that many visitors find it outrageously entertaining. Getting an insiders peek into how workers ranging from auto mechanics and bartenders to emergency room physicians and hotel receptionists feel can be interesting, shocking, and informative. The site is, however, much more than just a place to gripe or vicariously experience the plight of ordinary workers. Consumers, employees, and business owners can all learn uniquely valuable lessons from these real-life service-sector horror stories.

Disgruntled workers, for instance, post unvarnished accounts of dealings with terrible customers and their inexcusable displays of arrogant, selfish, offensive behavior. But they also provide intelligent tips for other employees about how to deal with those selfish and rude people without triggering a complaint to higher-ups such as shift managers and bosses. Anyone who works in a service industry can learn cleverly innovative ways to help protect their own reputations and jobs from customers who could otherwise make their lives even more miserable.

Meanwhile supervisors and business owners can find out exactly how it feels to be in the frontline trenches. By understanding the reality their workers experience on a daily basis they have a rare opportunity to proactively respond to improve workplace attitudes and raise team morale. That kind of leadership and intervention can help reduce attrition rates so that good employees are not inadvertently lost. Recruiting, hiring, and training new workers is very expensive, after all, so retention is one of the keys to success in todays fiercely competitive economy.

Companies may say that the customer is always right. But if service workers are resentful and decide to exact revenge, they have sneaky ways to do so. The fact that a website based entirely on worker complaints can be so popular with a name like I Wish I Spit in Your Food is all the evidence consumers need to grasp the seriousness of the situation. So perhaps the biggest value of the website is for consumers who can gain the kind of unique insight and empathy that will go a long way toward ensuring faster, better, more responsive and satisfying service.

For More Information Please Contact:

Matt Ota, Founder

Email: whatbtako(at)yahoo(dot)com

Phone: 408-796-1293

Or visit the website: iwishispitinyourfood.com