SEDONA, Ariz. — What do success, spirituality, the controversial movie “The Secret” and Sedona have in common? Celebrity outdoor guide Dennis Andres, a.k.a. “Mr. Sedona,” will offer the answer this month at Borders bookstore appearances in the Valley of the Sun. He’ll be signing “What Is A Vortex?” (ISBN-10: 0972120203) and his newest, “Sedona: The Essential Guidebook.”

The events will begin at 7pm on 3 consecutive Fridays in April. He’ll be at Paradise Valley on April 13th, Scottsdale Waterfront on April 20th and Chandler on April 27th. Visit to find the store closest to you.

The international spiritual adventurer and hiking guru has led clients on life-changing journeys to Machu Picchu, Mt. Everest, Tibet, Tuscany and all around the Red Rock Country of Sedona. The inner work that accompanies his outdoor adventures has been noted by Phoenix’s CBS 5 and FOX 10 TV, the Chopra Center, Everyday with Rachael Ray, Frommers and National Geographic Adventurer, among others.

“After a decade of guiding the world’s most successful people, the answers to creating happiness and success are clear to me. When I share them, people look at what they do, how they live and who they love in the most amazing new ways,” says Andres.

After the talk, he’ll be signing “What Is A Vortex?” (the area’s all-time best-seller) “Sedona Top 10 Hikes,” (the award-winning trail guide) and his newest effort, “Sedona: The Essential Guidebook.”

Mr. Sedona will also be announcing his new series of adventures, “Sundays in Sedona.” These small group outings feature off-the-beaten path nature walks and guided meditations to tap Sedona’s energy. Sundays in Sedona will begin Sunday, April 29th and will run through May 25th.

The cost is $75.00 dollars for a 10am to 3:30pm outing that includes lunch. Reservations are required. Call 928-204-2201 for more information.

To learn more about Mr. Sedona check out his website at .

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