Laura Bruno has authored three books. She has also contributed to several others, including most recently, Raw Fusion: Better Living Through Raw Foods, by LindaJoy Rose, PhD. For purchase information and reviews of Laura’s books, please click the links below.

If I Only Had a Brain Injury:

Published in January and March 2008

$14.95 ebook

$17 paperback includes shipping in the US.

E-books and autographed paperbacks are available directly through me. Please contact me with your request for an e-book or paperback copy.

Also available on Amazon.

Unlike other books on healing from so-called “Medical Mysteries,” If I Only Had a Brain Injury encourages readers to chart their own inspirational journeys. The book’s structure follows The Wizard of Oz storyline (Dorothy’s journey begins with a concussion), guiding readers to a “yellow brick road through recovery.” A collection of personal examples, alternative treatments and spiritual growth exercises, this book also offers wisdom from thirteen contributors, including Robin Cohn (Vice President of New York State Brain Injury Association), Dr. William Padula (Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association), Dana Reeve, and Kay Strom.

The Lazy Raw Foodist’s Guide:

Published in August 2008

192 pages of information, designed to make this diet easy & fun. Includes 45+ super easy recipes from chefs like Alissa Cohen, Sarma Melngailis, Shazzie, Jenny Cornbleet, Cherie Soria, many others & the Lazy Raw Foodist herself (Life Coach Laura Bruno).

$14.95 USD
Available in e-book only due to hyperlinks for easy reference. Please contact me for purchase, and I’ll send you an invoice and the PDF file.

Schizandra and the Gates of Mu
A novel by Laura Bruno
Published July 2009

An ordinary Sedona school day turns cosmic when Schizandra faints. What prophets have whispered for millennia has finally come to pass. Schizandra Ginger Parker has crossed the veil and she now holds the key to human evolution. Mythic archetypes and ancient prophecies loom large, but her visit to the underworld marks only half the journey. Can Schizandra move beyond her crippling doubt and grief so that she can fulfill her destiny? Humanity has come this far before — many times — but fear has always stopped the transformation. Readers will laugh, cry and shiver their way through Book One of the Schizandra series.

“… Synchronicity, renewal, and power of belief shimmer through an intriguing tale with heartfelt characters. This story lingers, as readers find through it more magic in their own lives.” –Victoria Moran, author of “Living a Charmed Life”


3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Gale Jesse on July 3, 2012 at 6:54 pm

    When will the sequel to Schizandra be out? I really loved the book!!!


  2. Posted by laurabruno on July 3, 2012 at 7:06 pm

    I’m glad you enjoyed it! I’ve finished about 1/3 of the sequel, but then set it aside until the timing feels right again. I can only write when inspired, whether blog, novel or non-fiction, so we will see when that happens. I had intended to finish it in 2010, but got divorced and moved across the country instead. Sometimes life/happiness trumps art. 🙂


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