Bob Miller Writes

A Highway Between Heaven and Earth

Press release   •   May 03, 2012 07:08 EDT

Lauderhill, Florida, May 3rd 2012 : We live in an era where the side of life that is considered the "unknown" to us is fascinating. Even for those that don't believe that anything really happens to us after we move from this life, they are still somewhat intrigued by the possibility of an afterlife or what happens when one crosses over. Our world is changing towards a more spiritual side of things, as is evidenced by the number of reality television shows that crop up every single day exploring the after world. And who doesn't want to believe they have Guardian angels protecting them? Even people that are the biggest skeptics will still find comfort in guardian angels, even if they are just reading about them. Even so, if you are interested in finding out more about what happens on that highway between heaven and earth, you will want to explore the works of Bob Miller.

Bob Miller is a respected man in his own right, and not simply because he has authored seven books on the mystical and spiritual topic of guardian angels. While Bob could certainly answer your questions on what are good angels and what are bad angels, he first earned an esteemed reputation when he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal after serving as an Air Force pilot in Vietnam in 1968 and 1969. He took his career even further when challenging Richard Shelby for a seat in the 1992 United States Senate, and is also responsible for producing The Late Show. He is said to be America's most controversial writer, writing about some things that some Americans just don't want to think about, guardian angels, good angels, and bad angels.

Bob Miller's work called "An Angel Named Zabar" chronicles his stories of his walk with his guardian angels. Freelance Reviews describes his work as "Religious? Not even close, but every word is deeply spiritual." Upon reading about Angel Zabar the reader is awakened to the concept that Angel Zabar is all together real for the author, but also symbolic of things that are happening all over the world every moment of every day. These are stories here that bring the reader right to that connection between heaven and earth, whether they even believe in heaven or not.

Bob Miller has authored seven books, with his work with Angel Zabar just one work that he has used to enlighten readers on good angels, bad angels, and most importantly, Angel Zabar. We all have times in our life when it wouldn't hurt to know there is someone watching over us, or helping us make sense of this crazy world we live in. What Bob Miller does with his work with Angel Zabar is show us that guardian angels do exist. They bring us joy in the good times, comfort in the bad times, and enlightenment when we need it most. Even the harshest skeptic would read this and wonder where their guardian angels really are. For more information on good angels, bad angels, guardian angels, or if you just want to learn about the stories of Angel Zabar, become a fan of Bob Miller today.

Biography: B.W. Miller was born in Florence, Alabama. Miller served as a pilot in Vietnam in 1968-69 and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal. Challenged Richard Shelby for a seat in the U.S. Senate in 1992. Produced the television show, The Late Show (BLAB 2001). Worked as the golf pro on Holland America's ms Westerdam. Bob Miller is America's most controversial writer and has authored seven books on Guardian angels and Angel Zabar.