I am a freelance writer who writes creative non-fiction, memoirs, self-help, and really good songs. You can buy my books at some brick and mortar bookstores (a dying breed) or online. You can buy or listen to my songs for free at just about any popular streaming service. They range from indie folk to alternative rock to traditional folk to alt country to standard love ballads. You’ll enjoy them–I wouldn’t kid ya. As a dear Buddhist monk teacher of mine used to say, You won’t know what honey tastes like until you taste it. All you do when you open your service is type in my name–Stephen Altschuler–in the Search box. Bingo, up will pop all the songs I’ve had posted there. And new songs will be coming over the next weeks, months, and years–God willing and the creek don’t rise. My songs cover a wide range of topics from love found to love lost to leaving Las Vegas to the wonders of nature to Walpole Prison to MLK Jr. to the city pound to some wonderful children’s tunes. I don’t leave a stone unturned. In fact, one of my best songs is called Stones!
My own Sacajawea Press honors the indigenous Native American woman who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their Corps of Discovery from 1804 to 1806. While carrying her newborn child, she assisted the Corps in negotiating with tribes along the route, determining ideal trails and rivers to traverse, and helping to identify flora and fauna. She was indispensable to the Corps, on a journey that may well have failed without her able and generous guidance. Remarkably, Sacajawea, a Lemhi Shoshone, was 17 years old at the time, and reputedly lived to 95!
The following books were written by Stephen Altschuler and were published by Sacajawea Press or other commercial publishers. They are all available online via Amazon.
To Live a Life: 200 Ways to be the Best Person You Can Be with commentary by Stephen
Beating Insomnia: A No-Nonsense Way to Natural Sleep
The Valley Spirit: Living a Tao-Inspired Life
Into the Woods…and Beyond
Golf 360: For Current Players and Those Considering the Game
The Mindful Golfer: How to Lower Your Handicap While Raising Your Consciousness
The Mindful Hiker: On the Trail to Find the Path
Also, I am now offering sleep coaching services, based on my book, Beating Insomnia, and a masters and a 30 career in counseling. Contact me at [email protected] and I’ll get back to you ASAP to provide more details and to schedule.