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Zip Code 265431: The Zip Code of Success: A Formula for Creating an Attitude That Will Aim You Toward Success First Edition by Daniel Meza | Radio Interview

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Decay of Sorrow by: Jacqueline Garcia
The book begins with a visit to a therapist by the main character, Esme Porcher, which throws her back into the memory of how she got there. She marries her brother-in-law after her older twin sister’s death. Things go awry as her husband’s assistant, Amanda, insists that her husband, Bill, and she were supposed to get married after the death of Esme’s sister, Joanna. Bill tries to make it sound like Amanda is crazy and tells Esme to go to their home. Once she is inside the house, she hears a voice that sounds like her sister. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers
01:58
June 22, 2022
Omni Consulting Firm Credit Course Book: For Class or Stand Only Users - Profitable for All By Joanna Walker -McClain
This book was written with the inspiration of God in dealing with credit in the bank and seeing many clients that would like to acquire credit and was not able to, due to the factors discussed in this book or series. Many could not, because of no established credit, not so good credit or other known factors. I did not want to see clients or an individual not able to get the credit they needed to get a home loan or a car loan or things of value and need; in the time they needed it. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers
25:43
June 20, 2022
What I Was Thinking By : Simon Gelman
Simon Gelman started to think about writing a book seventeen years ago, at the end of his chairmanship. Initially, he saw quite a few obstacles. His hesitations were related to his lack of knowledge of the English language, lack of knowledge of American culture, and lack (rather a complete absence) of experience in writing nonmedical text. Over the years, the conceived idea was maturing, and the question of whether writing the book or not gradually converted into how to write it. Gelman managed to overcome the uncertainties and decided just to tell the story. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers
21:07
April 05, 2022
Elgin Poet: Tick Tick Time By: Albert Carol
Forward, like the face of the clock. There are only a few memories that really stick out. Let me share with you a few of these times. “Walk in My Shoes” teaches empathy in life, like we all need over time. “Gracefully Age” is the best way to surpass some of the bumps in the road of a healthy lifestyle. “Prolific Writer,” asleep at his desk, happily ever after. Treasure them, tick, tick time. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers
19:32
April 01, 2022
Scattered Changes: Step Ladder Changes By: Ollie Marshall Rico
About the Author Ollie Marshall is a native of Springfield, Arkansas, from the community of Union Chapel, where she grew up with ten brothers and five sisters. She now makes her home in Orange, New Jersey, with her husband. She is a retired teacher from Newark Public School System. She speaks through her poetry. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers
24:03
March 03, 2022
Easy 8 : The Big Event By: Carrolyn Foster
The competition is tough in the roughest sport on dirt. The bulls are ready for smoke-blowing, snot-slinging, and tail-slapping action. The Native American bulls will be showing their dancing skills as they perform a special dance. There's lots of action, humor, and of course dirt. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Book Depository and other online resellers
14:57
January 24, 2022
Kidnapped in Jerusalem By: Beatrice Fairbanks Cayzer
Dennis McLeary, sexually abused at age 6. At 18, he accepts sexual advances of a 14 year-old girl hoping to prove to himself that he is a normal man. Jailed for 17 years for having sex with the under-age girl, he is abused in prison by fellow inmates and the prison chaplain. Free at 35, he determines to better himself and hopes to have a normal marriage. Ensnared in a messy event, he escapes more prison time by becoming a waiter on a passenger-freighter. He gets leave from his ship to swim in Turkish waters, where he meets and falls in love with Myriam al-Montee, a half-Turkish half-Saudi Arabian Muslim woman. Instant adora-tion is reciprocated. Myriam elopes with Dennis, they are married by his ship's captain. Myriam does not tell Dennis that her fanatical father, who hopes to use her to found his dynasty, is known to behead any person showing fondness for her. When three women are beheaded at her father's orders, she warns Dennis, he could be next. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers
16:57
January 24, 2022
Love Stories in Africa By: Beatrice Fairbanks Cayzer
Enjoy two love stories out of Africa, each in a different country and era. The first concerns a young English widow left penniless in one of Sudan's worst refugee camps. Love grows amid the horror of total poverty with refugees attacked by a warlord juggling to acquire oil under the camp in today's heartless rush for oil. In contrast, is love growing in 1930's Ethiopia during the luxury afforded by Haile Selassie's coronation, when an American teenage orphan is aided by a heroic British officer during the horrific war that follows. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers
22:30
January 24, 2022
Wand By: Chuck Champlin
Chuck Champlin has been a writer and journalist, a corporate communications executive at the Walt Disney Company, a bicycle inventor, a rock drummer, and a member of Toastmasters clubs (public speaking) and Optimist clubs (bringing out the best in kids). In his work, Champlin promotes the hopeful idea that every human being has creative contributions to make that will increase peace and understanding in the world. At Disney, he supported the success of the Children's Summit at Disneyland Paris in the 1990's, working with Disney offices worldwide and with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Champlin also authored the non-fiction book, Think Like a Molecule, celebrating the wonderful fact that matter in the universe has seemingly, all on its own, given rise to thinking minds that can now intentionally create new possibilities for a better future Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers
16:56
January 21, 2022
Peter Olaf By: Richard Grabmeier
America is a land of promise, filled with adventure and overflowing with riches, thought young Peter Olaf. So in 1895, at the age of seventeen, he left his family and girlfriend to board a ship for the new world.In the next ten years Peter mutated from a naive, young, Swedish immigrant, swinging an axe in a logging camp, to a man of wealth and prestige. Along the way he encountered and overcame fearsome challenges and tragedies and the deepest personal losses and betrayals. But he also built wonderfully strong friendships and family relationships. He experienced loves that were sometimes intensely passionate, sometimes gentle or bittersweet, but only one would last a lifetime. Peter Olaf engages a rich blend of characters to carry Peters story from Sweden to Minnesota and back, and even to a Louisiana prison. T Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers
15:30
January 21, 2022
Holly: Mother and Daughter Inspire Each Other to Live Life at Its Fullest By: Dixie James
HOLLY is a book about a mother and her daughter who was born Down syndrome. It is a story of how love doesn't always come on time and how the unexpected can make a person become more than one ever believed. Holly enters into life with heart disease and is a ticking time bomb. She evolves into a young and wise married woman asking, "How do I be a good wife, Mom?". Dixie begins her life with Holly by race-walking away from home to stop the crying and ends up completing 26 marathons, swimming 10 times from Alcatraz, summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro and becoming an international champion in her age division in amateur bodybuilding, categories: MS PHYSIQUE and MS SPORT MODEL.As Holly ages, Holly faces unexpected challenges in Obesity and Diabetes Type 2.Because of Holly's perseverance and the help of KETO COACH, JD GRIFFIN, Holly makes big changes in her overall health and will be stepping into modeling in a first time Fashion Show hosted by St. Vincent de Paul Society and Kathleen Woodcock, in Marin County, March 2022. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon and other online resellers.
30:60
January 12, 2022
The Adventures of Big Dog: Troubles and Triumph By: Donald Draayer
A Universal Story Two children, Dirk and Dawn, play with their neighbor’s large dog, named BIG DOG. A dog wish is placed deep into their minds and hearts. Again and again, they plead with their dad and mom for their own dog at their own home, but the answer is always, “No!” When the neighbor’s dog comes to their house for a two-day stay, Dirk and Dawn are delighted. They are filled with hope that the dog’s visit will turn the “No!” into a “Yes!” Within minutes of BIG DOG’s arrival, troubles show up, too. His good nature is never in doubt, but his habits and actions do not help the children’s cause. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers.
23:07
January 05, 2022
Rhythms Primeval by Dr. Maya Mitra Das
The verses of Maya Mitra Das plumb the alchemy of primeval moons and mist-wrapped mountains; delving deep into the realm of personal myth. Spanning the arc of ecstasy and despair, her poems explore the boundaries of human loneliness as well as the healing power of love. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers.
18:29
January 04, 2022
Stolen Grace: A Memoir by REV Errol E Leslie
If we look closely at the people God used in the Old Testament, we will notice that many of them failed God at some point. They messed up badly, and God still used them. Even in the New Testament, there are people who messed up, and God used them to build His kingdom and church. God has used and will continue to use "messed-up people," and many such are found in the genealogy of Jesus and also referenced in Hebrews 11, who were broken and really messed up. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository and other online resellers.
17:24
January 04, 2022
Finding JOY In the Midst of Grief and Oh NO, Where Did He Go! - Kay E. Thomson
Finding JOY In the Midst of Grief Journey to Joy takes its readers along twists and turns as the author walks through the tunnel of grief while dealing with the loss of her husband of 44 years. It is not easy to accept life when God takes something cherished from your grasp. As you read through the pages and the pathway traveled, you will find that God does not punish us; rather, He opens our hands and hearts to receive what He has for those of us who remain until our own journey comes to an end. You will learn that the will of God will never take you where the grace of God will not protect you. Oh NO, Where Did He Go! Oh No, Where Did He Go?? takes its readers through the process of losing someone very special to them. It shows the mix of emotions that children can feel and how to cope with them. JT is the main character and he finds answers to his questions: Where is grandpa not, how will I ever find him, how can he get out of the hole they put the big box in ? It is a lesson of love, care and trust in the God who loves us most. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other online resellers.
21:18
January 04, 2022
The Prophet and the Warrior by Richard H. Grabmeier
The Prophet and the Warrior is historical fiction that follows the Biblical texts of the books of Moses as presented in the King James Bible. This novel enhances the various stories by adding dialogue and expanding the role of various characters. It occasionally diverges from the Biblical text when an alternative context seems more logical to the author. Richard H. Grabmeier's own religious experience prompted him to read the Bible with a more critical eye
18:50
December 15, 2021
Easy 8: The Big Event by Carrolyn Foster
The competition is tough in the roughest sport on dirt. The bulls are ready for smoke-blowing, snot-slinging, and tail-slapping action. The Native American bulls will be showing their dancing skills as they perform a special dance. There's lots of action, humor, and of course dirt.
02:03
December 14, 2021
Kur's Rage: Part 1 of the Duaredheim Staff Saga by Erik D.J. O'Brien
Stand on the parapets of Highcrest Garrison as the characters prepare for battle against a demon lord and his fiendish minions. Feel their sorrow in the tour’s aftermath as they decide to reunite in search of new adventures. A chance meeting with a mysterious wizard compels them to undertake a scouting mission. During their journey, they encounter an enemy army and must discover the motivations of its dark commander. Join them as they face dire wolves, Red Orcs, and supernatural foes.  Twists of fate, ancient clues, and unknown enemies will lead them toward a prophesied quest that could change their world, and two parallel storylines will intertwine as they race to acquire the lost pieces of an ancient artifact before their nemesis.  Sitting by the fire, an old Gnome narrates all these to three young soldiers in a village tavern. The old Gnome’s fantastic tale seems impossible—until his audience meets some of his characters in the flesh! Magic, fairy races, dragons, and a wide pantheon of gods weave a fine tapestry in Kur’s Rage. Triumph of the spirit and the love and loyalty of its characters are what set it apart.
17:27
December 06, 2021
The Naked Queen by Alan R. Hall
The years is AD 1147. King Arthur of Britain is still an unseasoned monarch. He has yet to meet his betrothed, Guinevere, and Camelot is still a little more than an idea in his mind. He is visited at the castle by a gentleman who brings him an astonishing tale of an astonishing woman—the Naked Queen of Tabithia. The man is named Darien, and he is the queen’s son, soon to be ruler of Tabithia. But before he can reign, he must learn the secret behind the singular events that have shaped his life. As the two converse, Arthur begins to understand the truth and the lies associated with the Naked Queen. It is around AD 1120. The Scandinavian realm of Tabithia is in turmoil. Since his ascension to the throne, King Ballizar has embarked on a horrid ritual that seems intent on decimating the maiden population. On the night of each full moon, Ballizar conducts a despicable ritual that puts some poor maiden of the realm to a terrible test. No one yet has been able to withstand it. It is not until the ritual is interrupted by the arrival of a woman named Syrenya that the ritual is finally broken, and by doing so, Syrenya becomes the King’s consort and queen of Tabithia. But on her wedding night, she learns a terrible secret—one that will take all her cunning and intelligence, and the span of a quarter-century, to put right.
20:16
December 03, 2021
Radio Interview: Life's Journey Through The Bumps by: Linda Stilson
Life’s Journey Through The Bumps is a spiritual and inspirational journey that the author has shared with hope that it helps others traveling that long journey that loss creates. “Loss is a brokenness that only those that have suffered a loss can relate to. It is a long journey on a winding road with bumps and turns” Expressing grief through poetry has been her therapeutic way to help herself but also to reach out to others online and within the community. One can relate to the stages of grief and loss that she has encountered and how she dealt with those situations. Life is like a winding road with no end in sight and many bumps along the way. May you find strength in your journey and find peace in your heart. “Life is full of challenges that we alone must face. Times when we will struggle to wake to face the day. Times that faith and courage is tested, our pain to erase. Times we must accept the bumps will go away. We can’t change the tragic events that occurred in our past, What happened was not our doing, nor our ability to be undone. We can only face life strongly and not let depression last. Help is available as you are not alone, reach out to someone.” (excerpt from “Just Around the Bend”) Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
24:05
September 16, 2021
Radio Interview: Howl of the Gods by Rajesh Pandey
The city of Moon Valley is being stalked by a savage killer that can move without sound, strike without warning, and whose howl contains a power granted only by the gods themselves. Lieutenant Hal Dillon is drawn into the killer’s grisly web, and as he uncovers the incredible mystery of the killer’s existence, he discovers something even more harrowing. He and the killer are united in a struggle against an enemy that has been stalking both of them for years. Hal finds himself locked in an epic battle between the forces of chaos and death, where the only way for him to win may be to disavow his own humanity. Hal and a group of his friends now must face their ultimate fears, with the fate of humanity hanging in the balance. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
19:16
September 16, 2021
Radio Interview: Government 2.0 by Joseph Gorski
This book uses some common sense analysis of both technological advances and people's changing attitudes toward the role of government. The author also looks at the way the banks have controlled the government up to this point. This financial model is shown to be at the breaking point for various reasons. The author gets the reader to see that we are at a tipping point whether we are ready for it or not. Rather than a doom and gloom book this is an optimistic look forward toward a future that will be beyond our wildest imaginations. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
19:19
September 08, 2021
Radio Interview: Let's See What's Under There! by John M. Regan
The purpose of this book is to instill love and wonder for the fascinating wildlife that exists so very close to our everyday life but often remains unseen. Packed full of wonderful photographs, it is primarily aimed at a younger audience but parents and grandparents will love it as well when they use it as a guide to take their children out on a wildlife adventure. There is no need for extensive travel to find exotic animals - they are right in your backyard! This book shows you exactly where and how to find them. John "Jack" Regan is a retired Army officer born with a fascination and love for wildlife. He has observed, photographed, and written about animals in many parts of the world. His observations about the reptiles and amphibians of Afghanistan has contributed to numerous zoological books and scientific manuscripts. Jack has also done a lot of professional and volunteer work in zoos, an activity he still maintains, and one that earned him a Letter of Appreciation from the mayor of Seoul thanks to his work with the elephants at the Seoul Zoo in Korea. He lives in Washington State and regularly participates in wildlife observation, photography, and presentations of his work. Find out more of his wildlife adventures on either of his two websites: Northwest Wildlife Online Afghan Arabia Wild Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
22:17
August 25, 2021
Radio Ad: Life's Journey Through The Bumps by Linda Stilson
Life’s Journey Through The Bumps is a spiritual and inspirational journey that the author has shared with hope that it helps others traveling that long journey that loss creates. “Loss is a brokenness that only those that have suffered a loss can relate to. It is a long journey on a winding road with bumps and turns” Expressing grief through poetry has been her therapeutic way to help herself but also to reach out to others online and within the community. One can relate to the stages of grief and loss that she has encountered and how she dealt with those situations. Life is like a winding road with no end in sight and many bumps along the way. May you find strength in your journey and find peace in your heart. “Life is full of challenges that we alone must face. Times when we will struggle to wake to face the day. Times that faith and courage is tested, our pain to erase. Times we must accept the bumps will go away. We can’t change the tragic events that occurred in our past, What happened was not our doing, nor our ability to be undone. We can only face life strongly and not let depression last. Help is available as you are not alone, reach out to someone.” (excerpt from “Just Around the Bend”) Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
01:48
August 13, 2021
Radio Ad: Breaking The Cycle by Tyciana Matthews
Everyone has a story and struggles they had to overcome but you can’t let what didn’t break you stop you from getting to where you wanna be! Forgive your past and stop letting things that can’t help you hold you back from your true purpose. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
02:25
August 13, 2021
Radio Ad: Pedro In The Kitchen by Akeem Akinbo
Pedro loves to cook at home, but his friends ridicled him during recess at school. They said only girls cook. One day, Beatrice came over to complete their group assignment with his sister Peggy. Pedro was embarrassed when he saw Beatrice in their home, and found him in the kitchen cooking. What was the reaction of Beatrice when she joins the family to eat dinner together? How did Pedro handle the situation when he got to school the next day? Find out as Pedro takes you around the World of fun, real life experiences and relationships in this book. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
01:57
August 13, 2021
Radio Ad: The Poison Factory by Lucy Kirk
Decktora Raines is on leave from the CIA, trying to escape memories of the agent she lost and the disappearance of her life partner, Alex. But when a Russian defector she once handled unexpectedly reaches out to her, urging her to come to London, her instincts take over. She arrives to find that another Russian defector has been murdered, and the only clues are claw marks and an unidentified white powder. The bodies pile up, and the Metropolitan Police of London and the public begin to think that a serial killer is on the loose. But Decky and her defector know it's the Russians. And as the claw murders increase, with some of Decky's London contacts falling victim, she must put the bad memories behind her and rely on finely-honed instincts to find the killers and figure out what they have to gain―and how to stop them from killing again. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
02:16
July 17, 2021
Radio Ad: Renaissance Dreams; Life's Journey Through Poetry by Juanita Gaskin
Once upon a time, there was a little girl who wanted to be somebody, but she was always told that she was nothing." The writer in Juanita Gaskin remained dormant as depression and life circumstances held her back. Renaissance Dreams refers to the rebirth of passions delayed and of hope to come. Juanita reinvented her place in life by not letting fear or the disapproval of others determine her path. She walked through dark times and managed to walk into the light. This book is a reflection of her life in poetry and photography. Through poetry, Juanita wrote of her depression; it was her form of therapy and gave her the strength to push beyond the madness to find the inner woman that was lost. Writing was her way of releasing the pain and finding comfort. She awoke to a new beginning. It's a battle with the self, when you reach for a goal with no one there to help you through or cheer you forward. You wonder whether you have the strength to keep fighting-but you must believe in yourself. It takes a positive mind to get you where you truly belong. Juanita hopes that someone out there will read her book and find the courage to hold on just a little longer. Keep strong, because hope is on the way. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
02:00
July 17, 2021
Radio Ad: All Things Are Possible by Roseline O. Ifidon
All Things Are Possible is a book that encourages children to believe in their dreams. When they believe, it will come to pass. It is important to encourage children to aspire to be the best they can be. This book is about having a dream or goal and knowing it can be achieved. Book copies are on display and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
01:56
July 16, 2021
Radio Ad: Sermons With Insight by Roland Zimany
With an undergraduate degree from Princeton, Roland Zimany worked in business and government in the New York City area for fourteen years, before getting an M. Div. from Union Theological Seminary, a Ph.D. in Religion from Duke, and then teaching as Professor of Philosophy. and. Religion at Blackburn College and serving as a Lutheran minister.
01:50
July 16, 2021
Radio Ad: New To the Game by Mark Shoedl
There appears to be a distance between the person one presents and the real person hidden beneath the veneer. Many more people from all walks of life have surrendered to their image to achieve recognition, to make ends meet, or to live the quiet life away from all the hullabaloo.
01:43
June 16, 2021
Radio Interview: Sermons With Insight by Roland Zimany Ph.D.
With an undergraduate degree from Princeton, Roland Zimany worked in business and government in the New York City area for fourteen years, before getting an M. Div. from Union Theological Seminary, a Ph.D. in Religion from Duke, and then teaching as Professor of Philosophy. and. Religion at Blackburn College and serving as a Lutheran minister.
20:45
June 08, 2021
Radio Interview: Pedro In The kitchen by Akeem Akinbo
Pedro loves to cook at home, but his friends ridiculed him during recess at school. They said only girls cook. One day, Beatrice came over to complete their group assignment with his sister Peggy. Pedro was embarrassed when he saw Beatrice in their home, and she found him in the kitchen cooking. What was the reaction of Beatrice when she joins the family to eat dinner together? How did Pedro handle the situation when he got to school the next day? Find out as Pedro takes you across the World of fun, real-life experiences, and family relationships in this book.
18:21
June 04, 2021
Radio Interview: Come Fly With Me by Mary Foster
Have you ever felt like everything and everyone was against you. Ever felt like everything you do comes out wrong. In my book 'Come Fly with Me' I will demonstrate different experiences that I went (through) that most people say to me how did you ever overcome that difficulty and I would just like to recant that it was sure determination.
15:37
May 25, 2021
Radio Ad: A River: The Thread That Binds by Bud Beamer
Life is an adventure. Some things we can control, other experiences randomly happen. We can choose the environment, however, and the Deschutes River located in Central Oregon has had a significant impact on my life. Through poems, essays, and photographs with their captions, experiences will be shared in hopes that the reader can relate to shared feelings or vicariously enjoy a most refreshing immersion. Not all life’s happenings are pleasant or have a happy ending. The roller coaster of life is something we all share. But we find buffers that sustain us and certainly the natural world, particularly a special river, can help keep our keel headed in the right direction. Even though this is a personal sharing, most of the experienced feelings are universal. Whether the reader enjoys an escape while reposed in an armchair, or is moved to make some plans to break out of the humdrum, or perhaps even finds some healing in the reading experience, my efforts will be fulfilled.
01:40
May 25, 2021
Radio Ad: The Future of Christianity by Lonnie Moore
 This book is suitable for believers who love God. Here is an attempt to tell in brief the history of Christianity and what the future holds for it, as well. If you believe your faith has arrived at ultimate truth, you might reject the idea that it will change at all. But if history is any guide, no matter how deeply held our beliefs might be today, they are likely in time to be transformed as they pass to our children., or simply to fade away. In much of the world it seems like an uphill struggle, but if we are going to win the world for Christ, there are fundamental things we must address. This book emphasizes both spiritual life and spiritual knowledge because as a Christian, we need both. We are spiritual beings and it is important that we take that inner life seriously. If we hope to make any changes in our culture, the Christian faith is something that we will want to be able to engage. Each generation has had its leaders and its trailblazers. In the field of Christianity, we have had those who have shaped our thinking and provided us with godly role models. Our history is rich with people who have led the way. It is my hope that this book will serve a new generation of Christian believers.
01:49
May 25, 2021
Radio Ad: Daughter of Two Nations: Book One in the Bride of the Desert Trilogy by Katrina Covington Whitmore
Lady Kiah, Princess Royal of the ruling family of Kush, is contracted to marry the heir of the most powerful family in the eastern Roman Empire. Intelligent, compassionate, and deadly with a knife, Lady Kiah must prepare herself for her husband-to-be by acclimating herself to the culture and customs of her new land. But when she arrives on the shores of ancient Syria, the misadventures begin for the young, headstrong princess as she explores her new land and is tested to the limits by her cousin, Zenobia, and her aunt, Aziza. An epic adventure of love, power and the journey to womanhood, Daughter of Two Nations begins the tale of one woman's fateful role in the events that unfold during the fall of Palmyra, one of the most powerful city-states in the Roman Empire.  ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Katrina Covington Whitmore has worked in broadcasting and communications since her college years at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, and holds a Ph.D. in Communications from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Inspired by the true story of Zenobia of Palmyra, Katrina spent several years creating Zenobia's cousin, Lady Kiah, and the "Bride of the Desert" trilogy was born. Katrina lives with her husband, Percy, in Phoenix, Arizona.
02:04
May 25, 2021
Radio Interview: It's Going to Be Okay by Marissa Lorenzana Wallace
Marissa Lorenzana Wallace sacrificed her career as a teacher to help her son, Ethan. Ethan was a premature baby of twenty-eight weeks and weighed two pounds and was fourteen inches long at birth. He had many sensory and speech problems, which resulted in many, many years of therapy. This book is about the many challenges of autism he had encountered over his life, coping with everyday issues. Wallace has written little episodes of day-to-day struggles: some good and some bad. She hopes this book will help parents realize that they're not alone in trying to help their loved one. In the beginning, it can be overwhelming and difficult, but at the end, it’s going to be okay.
25:30
May 12, 2021
Radio Interview: Silhouettes of Time by Dr. Maya Mitra Das
These intriguing tales by Maya Mitra Das take us on wildly imaginative journeys to exotic and sometimes alien landscapes -- introducing us to infinitely curious moments in time, space and memory. Maya's poetry and fiction have appeared in numerous anthologies. This is her first collection of short fiction.
20:51
May 04, 2021
Radio Interview: Wild Ride at the Dude Ranch by Sherry Walraven
A group of merrymaking cousins travel to Texas to spend their annual vacation at the Dude Ranch for a week of trail rides, BBQs, barn dances, roping, and other fun activities. They enjoyed meeting new people, and they were not disappointed at the colorful characters they met while on this vacation. They became friends with the Dude brothers, a pregnant lady, and an extra tall ball-bat-toting woman named Tinker Bell. Last year's vacation to Missouri had more adventure than they ever could have imagined. This year they were looking forward to fun and relaxation without problems, but when a guest of the ranch was found murdered on the property, things began to get tense as strange events begin to happen making the cousins nervous and baffled. The cousins along with their new friends they had made at the ranch worked hard to keep their heads clear and stay as sane as possible. They were determined not to get involved with the murder until one of the cousins turned up missing. All bets were off now that one of their own had been taken.
15:40
April 27, 2021
Radio Interview: Letters and Words Sudoku by Brian Tordoff
This new puzzle is like Sudoku that is used in many new books. But this one is different. It uses letters instead of numbers. It uses nine letters instead of nine numbers and the letters are not always the same. Each puzzle has a list of the nine letters that are being used in each puzzle. Just like the Sudoku puzzles there are nine groups of nine letters. There will be 2 parts for these puzzles. The first part is like the Sudoku puzzles. There will be a 9X9 table with some of the letters missing. This is just like the Sudoku puzzles, only it uses letters. This puzzle is still the same but it may use f t h b m g o e a, or, s m l g b y i o u. Generally, 6 consonants and 3 vowels are used, but there may be times when 7 consonants and 2 vowels, or 5 and 4 are being used. There is also a blank table which is 4 columns by 9 rows. That is the area in which you will record the second part. You have already figured out what all the letters are; now you get to see how many words you can find. This is Part 2. Part 2 is completely different from the Sudoku. This is where you go through your answers to part one and see how many words you can find. Some of the puzzles have as many at 15 words and some as many as 25 words. It is all dependent on the letters that are used. This is the part than can really be difficult. You will be going through the puzzle, after you have done the hard work of finding all the letters, and trying to find words. All words in the answers are at least 3 letters long.
16:51
April 23, 2021
Radio Interview: A Teacher's Quest By Brian L. Murphy
Brian L. Murphy's first degree was in Business Management which led to an eighteen-year career, performing as an individual contributor, then a supervisor, then as a manager. Now, having been a teacher for twenty years, and experiencing the educational process from the inside, including being a Mentor Teacher for a dozen Student Teachers, he says: "I have loved being a teacher. But my industry is in trouble even dying, and something needs to be done to repair the damage before it's too late. This book is meant to identify and take responsibility for what is going wrong so we can remedy the problems."
28:25
April 23, 2021
Radio Interview: POTUS: A Political Fantasy in Three Parts by T.C. Owen
POTUS: A POLITICAL FANTASY is the story of a semi-reluctant hero acting for the people of the United States and the world, as well as the Universe at large. The improbability of his election to the presidency is offset by the prodigious efforts he makes to accomplish a simple goal: the restoration of Freedom for the people of the United States and the World-at-large, as well as establishing it for sentients in the Cosmos. This simple goal inspires him and, at the same time, exasperates him. He lives to inspire and free others; while at the same time, he feels that the inspiration demands too much of him and reduces his own freedom. His life is blessed with extreme joy and accomplishments, but as often as not, beset with abject sorrow and fear that he has accomplished nothing. He is a man for the ages, but feels that he is inadequate for the jobs he has set out for himself. His growth throughout the novel allows him to at last believe that the impossible is attainable, yet sometimes at great costs.
16:47
April 16, 2021
POTUS: A Political Fantasy in Three Parts by T.C. Owen
POTUS: A POLITICAL FANTASY is the story of a semi-reluctant hero acting for the people of the United States and the world, as well as the Universe at large. The improbability of his election to the presidency is offset by the prodigious efforts he makes to accomplish a simple goal: the restoration of Freedom for the people of the United States and the World-at-large, as well as establishing it for sentients in the Cosmos. This simple goal inspires him and, at the same time, exasperates him. He lives to inspire and free others; while at the same time, he feels that the inspiration demands too much of him and reduces his own freedom. His life is blessed with extreme joy and accomplishments, but as often as not, beset with abject sorrow and fear that he has accomplished nothing. He is a man for the ages, but feels that he is inadequate for the jobs he has set out for himself. His growth throughout the novel allows him to at last believe that the impossible is attainable, yet sometimes at great costs.
01:59
April 14, 2021
The Nightwatchman By Lorna Couillard
Is God interested in your everyday life, trials, sorrows, grief?..... Yes, indeed. How often have we heard people say, "God doesn't care about our troubles", and "God helps those who help themselves". Well, people can live that way for a while, as long as they have the strength-but, the time comes, when strength fails, and many fall into the ditch of life, and never get up. I've found, when we fail, when we lose our strength to go on, when we can't put on a good front for people, and they may walk out the door.....if we will just call his Name, He will come in. Whatever the problem, whatever the trial, whatever the circumstances- He is only a prayer away, a whisper is all it takes, and I've learned through a lifetime of depending on Him- He never fails. He hears, and answers prayer. It may not be overnight, and He may test you to see if you'll stand in faith. But, He's proven to me beyond any doubt-His ears are open to the cries of His people. In my life's journey, I've accumulated a lifetime of journal accounts of answers to specific prayers-for my own personal needs, and in intercession concerning nations. It's my hope, and prayer that those who read this story, will see a consistent pattern of standing against the forces of darkness, and gaining ground in prayer, and victory in the storms, and adversities of life. What God has done for me, He will do for anyone, if they'll just open the door of their heart, and let Him in.
01:53
March 31, 2021
A Teacher's Quest By Brian L. Murphy
Brian L. Murphy's first degree was in Business Management which led to an eighteen-year career, performing as an individual contributor, then a supervisor, then as a manager. Now, having been a teacher for twenty years, and experiencing the educational process from the inside, including being a Mentor Teacher for a dozen Student Teachers, he says: "I have loved being a teacher. But my industry is in trouble even dying, and something needs to be done to repair the damage before it's too late. This book is meant to identify and take responsibility for what is going wrong so we can remedy the problems." Directly from the headlines: Even before its mandated closer due to the Covid-19 virus epidemic, after spending billions of dollars, the American education system was in crisis. Students were not being prepared for anything except more years without adequate benefit and were turning off. Teachers were quitting in droves, and taxpayers were losing faith in the schools they paid for with their taxes. And it's getting worse. This project is as explosive to the field of education as Rachel Carson's Silent Spring was for agriculture and pesticides, or Ralph Nader's Unsafe at Any Speed was for auto safety. And like those books, A Teacher's Quest not only identifies problems but offers solutions.
01:51
March 30, 2021
Wwii + Vi: A Kid' S Memories of War and Postwar By Johan Zwaan
A kid' s memories of war and postwar I wrote this book on June 6, 2019, 75 years after D-day, the greatest invasion the world has ever seen. Seven thousand ships, 150.000 troops, 4,000 American and British deaths on the very first day! The courage of the men, who jumped from the landing ships into the sea, sometimes drowning with their heavy equipment, and stormed the beaches under heavy fire from machine guns, rifles and artillery salvos, is unimaginable. I can't stop thinking about it today with a sense of awe and gratefulness
18:22
March 24, 2021
Wild Ride at the Dude Ranch By Sherry Walraven
A group of merrymaking cousins travel to Texas to spend their annual vacation at the Dude Ranch for a week of trail rides, BBQs, barn dances, roping, and other fun activities. They enjoyed meeting new people, and they were not disappointed at the colorful characters they met while on this vacation. They became friends with the Dude brothers, a pregnant lady, and an extra tall ball-bat-toting woman named Tinker Bell. Last year's vacation to Missouri had more adventure than they ever could have imagined. This year they were looking forward to fun and relaxation without problems, but when a guest of the ranch was found murdered on the property, things began to get tense as strange events begin to happen making the cousins nervous and baffled. The cousins along with their new friends they had made at the ranch worked hard to keep their heads clear and stay as sane as possible. They were determined not to get involved with the murder until one of the cousins turned up missing. All bets were off now that one of their own had been taken.
01:59
March 23, 2021
A Light and Lively Look at Life: A Collection of Limericks By Damon Gross
The bird in my oven's a ham, A porcine delight with some yam. For lest it be said It's gone to my head, We are what we eat, and I am. Damon Gross has experienced many idle moments since retiring that have inspired both humorous and introspective writings. In a collection of entertaining limericks, Gross shares lyrical insight from his thoughts while showering, shaving, brushing his teeth, fixing supper, washing the dishes, watching his beloved Hawkeyes win a big game or go down in ignominious defeat, or performing other mindless chores. His limericks touch on relatable topics centered around the changing seasons, such as sporting events, the intimate mating rituals of rabbits, the aging process, the rhetoric surrounding a divisive political environment, and a wintry gloom that leaves us all a bit uninspired. A Light and Lively Look at Life is a volume of lighthearted limericks that share a retiree's view of the world around him as he embraces all that accompanies the transformations that each season brings.
01:42
March 16, 2021
Tales of the Witch of Temeshvar: Pawn to Powers By James A. Fink
The Witch of Temeshvar: Pawn to Powers is the tale of a young girl seeking to escape a life as an indentured prostitute to a brothel, but she finds herself in even worse trouble than being prostituted. She is sold to an ambitious power-hungry Central African princess with even fewer scruples than a disillusioned Machiavelli. This is the first of a series of tales detailing her life, her successes, failures, and efforts to escape her fate.
21:27
March 05, 2021
Accepting Adversity By Kenza Gumbs
"And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose". Romans 8:28 (NKJV). Accepting Adversity The book of Hosea tells us "My people are destroyed for the lack of knowledge". However, our Eternal Father does not take delight in His people being destroyed, especially in the season of adversity. So, He has put together some answers in this awesome revelatory journey that teaches His people how to joyfully and thankfully "Accept Adversity" no matter the magnitude or season of life we are in. So, get ready to take notes and review these precious truths that will empower each reader to boldly say; though He slay me; yet will I trust Him, amid this precious season and so will be able to encourage ourselves and each other In the Lord!
01:40
February 24, 2021
Babies and Butterflies by Barbara Weishuhn
Babies and Butterflies is the result of wanting to share the precious photos of the babies and children who have passed through my life, to proclaim that butterflies represent hope and new life, to pass on the inspiration that has been helpful to me through many situations in life. Along with that, may you be encouraged to follow your joy. Book copies are on display and available on Authors Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
22:14
February 18, 2021
Embracing the Law of Attraction: Out of the Box, Into the Light by Joyce Meyer Jones
Embracing the Law of Attraction was written with the hope that the reader will be able to relate to the stories and scriptures. The book is designed to help the readers identify areas of their lives that need changing. By using the workbook, affirmations, scriptures, and the journal, the diligent student will begin to experience small changes, or perhaps large changes. By documenting their growth over time, the student will really begin to see how the Law of Attraction works and see their lives improve. The people who can help along the way, the opportunities that will be offered because of the change in thinking patterns, will impress them. Change and Light will become a regular part of life. Life is supposed to be FUN!  Have fun with your life! Start laughing at all the little gifts that are sent your way. Book copies are on display and available on Authors Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
17:46
February 18, 2021
It's My Choice by Soo Myung Chung
This is a journey through doubt, fear, pain, and joy. It's a story of healing self in mind, body, and spirit through choices made in a lifetime; a story belonging to anyone; a story without gender, race, or wealth. It's my choice! I think of the many times I've told myself that and the years it took before I believed it. They're reminders that I own my decisions regardless what the situation is or who tells me what to do. Today, self-reminders are less frequent because I feel in control of my whole life, not just part of it. Why? Because I have a free will, God's gift to each of us. It's a love-gift given freely, unconditionally. It is without strings, enabling me to choose my journey, my path. I believe that it is by loving ourselves we can make progress and become better. I believe that our purpose on earth is to become better human beings by recognizing that special light within us-God. To you, reader, God may be the Universal Consciousness, Allah, or the Almighty. Whichever it is, remember it is your choice! Book copies are on display and available on Authors Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and other online resellers.
23:12
February 18, 2021
Fred Voss - My House was Not a Home
In Frederic Voss’s wonderful memoir, My House Was Not a Home, the author describes life on the farm with an abusive grandmother. His priority was finding other places to be than at “home,” a place never referred to as such in the book. Voss’s book is, however, not about abuse, but rather the friends that helped him avoid it. There were many characters, good and not so good. In chapter 4, we meet Reg Keetering, the king of the tall-tale spinners, as he conjures “The Man Who Invented Dinosaurs.” In chapter 5, Darrell (pronounced Duryl) Campbell regales the boys in the barbershop with the origins of the “Greatest Camel and Goat Herd Dog Y’all Ever Saw.” Readers meet the author’s best friend, Jimmy, Tehama County’s answer to Will Rogers. They’ll begin to hate the school bully, Stanley Bater, who picks on only kids smaller than him. Once referred to as “Master Bater,” he couldn’t figure out why they were all laughing. Among the author’s many friends were abandoned dogs that came to the house from the highway. They were taken in and fed and loved. Many were reclaimed by the highway or wandered off or killed in mysterious ways. There is room for their stories too.
01:58
January 26, 2021
Be Not a Seeker: Be a Seer by David Hays
This is a metaphysical novel set in modern times. Mathew Slains, former deputy sheriff, moves to the mid-Atlantic coast to escape his anger over his late wife's early death. The book creates dialogues regarding his answers about life and her death, including past lives' reviews, meeting a new group of friends who share his past lives, guidance from his late wife and a guardian angel group, animal totems, encounters with biblical figures, and an invitation to attend a mystery school based in ancient wisdom. Follow Mathew as he discovers an ancient book full of wisdom but written in a foreign language not previously known.
20:59
January 06, 2021
The Jiger and the Tiraffe
Penny Higgin's The Jiger and the Tiraffe is a whimsical poem about the fanciful origins of tigers and giraffes coupled with a strong message for children: everyone is a special child of God.
01:38
December 08, 2020
The Right To A Full Life by Dorothy E. Fickenscher
An upbeat account of a mother's journey parenting twins with different disabilities. It is a tale of advocacy outlining the strategies used when working with doctors, teachers and neighbors. It describes how a mother explored options available to her family, looking for the right "fit" and how as a family they worked on the life skills that helped her son and daughter become independent. The importance of communities and the role they play in supporting an individual is explained. The balance between safety and individual autonomy is explored. The lessons shared are instructive to parents of children with and without disabilities.
22:27
November 19, 2020
Pat Hagan - Abbot's Rabbit
Welcome to the world of Abbot and Rabbit. It is such a happy place where the wonder of friendship can happen when you look and listen carefully. Are you ready? We’re ready to tell you how it happened to Abbot.
19:38
November 06, 2020
Stations of the Risen Christ: Resurrection Meditations by Frank Heelan
Stations of the Risen Christ: Resurrection Meditations is meant to inspire people to pray and meditate on the Scriptural passages relating to Jesus Christ rising from the dead, and his subsequent appearances to over 500 disciples. Stations of the Risen Christ capture fourteen vignettes from the Gospel writings of John, Luke, and Matthew. A brief meditation follows each of the fourteen Scripture readings to motivate Christians to pray and acquire a deeper understanding of these divine mysteries. By praying the Stations of the Risen Christ during the Easter season to complement the Stations of the Cross for Lent, we are witnessing to our belief in the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, and that Christ will clothe us in a resurrected body in the days to come.
21:34
November 06, 2020
Running With Frogs by George Worthington
This is book is an autobiographical sketch of a Naval career, highlighting challenging assignments during a spectacular era in America. Details of deployments and special events of international and national moments associated with operational and command tours are described. Actions, decisions, and personal learning impacts are forthrightly discussed with in-depth descriptions of special training.
23:06
November 06, 2020
Fire: Reality Yet Not Reality
Embark on a journey of four thrill-seeking guys who meet one winter night. The adventurous guys become friends. The exhibitionists form a pack to go on the rides of their lives. They go on night adventures to live out their wildest dreams. They pursue and try to steal a precious jade before it’s auctioned at a museum, as their ultimate prize. While the guys are being exhilarated, the streets of Miami heat up. Will they continue to have their fun and get away with the law or be suppressed? In the world that they live in, among them, and other parts of it, other people exude all kinds of crazy and fiery actions, and their stories too. Get fired up! Caution: feel the heat!
20:09
November 06, 2020
Barbara ten Brink - Eight Pound Cows
Eight Pound Cows By: Dr. Barbara ten Brink Wouldn’t it be wonderful if cows weighed eight pounds? Just think of the fun to be had! About the Author Dr. Barbara ten Brink bought a twenty-acre ranch-ito in Gruene, Texas (population 20) where she builds fences, hoes cactus, and runs cows. “Every weekend, I feel connected to my grandmother, also a farmer. Granny’s reputation, her larger than life persona, her involvement with the entire community, her enthusiasm for work, her philanthropy are models to which I aspire. Working on my acreage, I imagine Clemmie working on her cotton farm. Harvesting mustang grapes, I visualize Clemmie canning preserves, making jellies, putting up stores of black-eyed peas, okra, tomatoes, and other produce she grew on her farm and shared with all of Brownfield, Texas. Every time I work at my ranch-ito, I channel Clemmie. I talk to her, ‘Dear Granny, Have I done enough? Have I worked hard enough? Have I accomplished one-tenth of your humane accomplishments?’ I aspire to.”
17:56
November 06, 2020
Marcelino Esquilin - The Apostles Methodology to Interpret Scripture
What if you acquire the knowledge and realize that most of the things you have learned as a Christian are in blunder? Be advised; but if you want to know, then do read this book. After receiving that glorious touch from guilt to forgiveness and sadness to joy called salvation, you were directed to live by the New Testament writings. Its content was drafted by the Apostles (eyewitnesses) instructed by Jesus of Nazareth in the method to interpret the Hebrew text. They wrote with no speculation of the truth, outlining God's will until complete redemption. The problem is most of that which is taught, (bits-n-pieces of the Gospel truth) leaves a sense of dissatisfaction. This book will teach the Bible student a blueprint, extracted from the Apostles method to interpret. Their theology prepares us for the eschatology events they wrote. The reader will grasp the full authority of truth, which God Jesus wants them to acquire. Paul points to reaching maturity and stands above the fables saying: "Christ himself gave, [...] to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may [...] reach unity (in three things to a result) in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God, and become mature [...and he gives the reasons] then we will no longer be infants, tossed back and forth [...] blown here and there by every wind of teachings and by the cunning and craftiness of people in their deceitful scheming." This book points to a path, not a conclusion. We want to congratulate the serious Bible student on the acquisition of this book; take what is good for you and put aside what is not; remember that it will be helpful to someone else...
21:40
November 06, 2020
The Exasperated Clock by Debbie Hickman
In The Exasperated Clock, the 12 numbers on the clock are silly, noisy, and irresponsible. Consequently, the Clock decides to throw each of the numbers off which becomes quite a problem because the numbers are on their own and are clueless. Eventually each number finds a better job than working on the clock. Kids will giggle their way through this book laughing at the antics of the numbers and their gainful, whimsical and surreal employment....
23:39
November 04, 2020
Brenda Palmer - Discovering The True You
Brenda Palmer was motivated to write this book because of what was instilled in her at an early age by a woman named Anita Stroud, who took her, her siblings and other children into her home in the projects of Fairview Homes, a neighborhood infested with drugs, violence, and teenage pregnancy. she took them under her wings and taught them domestic skills like sewing, knitting, and crafting along with learning the attributes of perseverance, endurance, and good work ethics. She also made it possible for them to participate in summer camp supported by the local churches in the community of Charlotte. Ms. Stroud never had children, but they were her children, whom she taught to work with their hands and make use of their God-given talents God placed in them. She taught them through Christ they could do all things. Also, as an adult, Brenda was motivated by an very dear friend Trinette Vereen who started a book club at their church who introduce them to a writer who offered writing courses once a month. Trinette was so kind enough to let Brenda accompany her to the courses by driving her there. God will place people in our lives to lead us to the destiny or future he has planned for us. Brenda was instructed by God to write this book, but had no idea as to how God will bring it too life. Through kind and loving people "God did it." This book will lead you to your true self in Jesus Christ.
01:44
October 30, 2020
Roland Wauer - Natural Inclination.. One Mans Adventure to the Natural World
American Museum of Natural History where he becomes a member of a scientific expedition to Panama. That experience confirms his love for adventure and desire for more new and exotic places and wildlife. He then joins other scientific expeditions to such distant places as the Galapagos, Easter Island, the Societies, and the Marquesas Islands.
01:56
October 30, 2020
Pat Hagan - Abbot's Rabbit
Welcome to the world of Abbot and Rabbit. It is such a happy place where the wonder of friendship can happen when you look and listen carefully. Are you ready? We’re ready to tell you how it happened to Abbot.
01:59
October 30, 2020
Journeying: Where Shamanism and Psychology Meet by Jeanette M. Gagan
Journeying not only shows the commonalities shared by shamanism and psychology, it also illustrates the potency of their combined healing power. The true heart of this pioneering book rests in the application of shamanic technique to the healing of emotional and developmental wounds. Anchored in theory and supported by case examples, Journeying is suited for anyone invested in healing, practitioners and lay persons alike.
22:01
October 29, 2020
All About Love: Poems From Mixed Experience by Joan Clark
An aging poet shares her "mixed experiences" with love - young love, disappointed love, other loves, short and sharp conclusions about love, and over-the-hill love. Humor and hard-won wisdom lie in these verses. Her subjects are things and events anyone can relate to from his or her own personal history. Although penned by a former college professor, these poems in a variety of forms - rhymed and unrhymed- are not academic in tone. No, this volume is blood and bone reality in accessible and memorable lines. There's an occasional tang of bitterness and a bit of regret, but most of these poems celebrate the joyful interest which love lends to our otherwise pedestrian lives.
19:48
October 29, 2020
Think Like A Molecule
Despite their complex structures, molecules most likely do not take time to ponder the ways they fit into the big scheme of things. They just are. But when zillions of molecules bond into organized, functional systems, we get everything, including you and me—and some seven billion others. Chuck Champlin, a writer, journalist, and former Walt Disney Co. communications executive, seeks inspiration via deep imaginative journeys into the infinitely vast and invisibly tiny realms of the cosmos in this small book with a big message. In observing molecular assemblies, we can see that physical matter came together, possibly all on its own, to create life and thinking minds. It is profound that our minds, perhaps born from accidental creativity, can intentionally assemble marvelous new things. To think like a molecule is to be aware of the physical foundations in matter that have given rise to our thoughts—and from there, it's onward into the realm of pure imagination and the twinkling stars of our infinite potential.
18:36
October 27, 2020
James Lockhart Treasure Chest of the Best Loved Poems
Prepare to go on a journey of foot-stomping praise and worship; expressions of true, romantic love; humor that tickles the "funny-bone;" and some just plain good readin' when you just want to relax and enjoy a little time out. The purposes of "A Treasure Chest" are to inspire, motivate, provoke, entertain, and provide an enjoyable respite for a few "golden moments." Drawing upon the wisdom of Gospel passages, some of the poems include verses or excerpts from the Bible that reflect the theme of the given work. This is to encourage hearts and minds to rest on the Lord during and subsequent to the reading experience. Dr. James H. Lockhart, also known by colleagues, friends, and associates nationwide as "Doc" or "Deac" (Deacon), hopes that you will be delighted and inspired by "A Treasure Chest of the Best-Loved Poems of J.H. Lockhart."
01:07
October 27, 2020
Virgil's Story
The first part of the story explains how Virgil's ancestors from Europe all arrived at that small region called Woodland, Indiana. Emphasis is on what was going on in that part of each one's world to cause them to migrate to this country and eventually to that spot in Indiana. Wars, religious intolerance, and decisions by the various kings or queens were the driving forces that caused so many to leave their homelands and look for better conditions. Life on a farm during the Great Depression and World War II is described in some detail. The emotional devastation upon learning of the deaths of two brothers in that war took a heavy toll on the Mochel Family. The second part deals with the many varied experiences of Virgil and Marian as they traveled their life-journey together, up to the present time.
20:22
October 23, 2020
Mitra Thompson From Tehran to the Land of the Free: "Struggles of an Iranian to Live Up to Her Potential"
Mitra Thompson was born in Tehran, Iran. She migrated permanently to America to receive the higher education that was denied to her in Iran because of her religious beliefs. After her dear husband's passing at the end of 2011, and at her daughter's request, she was inspired to write her memoir. Mitra has a son, a daughter, and a stepdaughter, all of whom are married and have two children of their own. She currently resides in North Carolina. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
01:48
October 20, 2020
Discover your True Self and LIVE your BEST LIFE TODAY! Introducing a NEW concept to the way of living Life on Earth
With corruption rampant, natural disasters commonplace, and solid values hard to find, it's easy to get discouraged as you live your daily life. But it's possible to regain your internal balance and live a happy, peaceful, and meaningful life. It begins by asking the right questions, such as: - What does happiness mean to you? - Are you living up to your fullest potential? - Have you identified your natural gifts and talents? - Do you know your purpose on earth? Niroma De Zoysa, a life coach and counselor, helps you find the answers to these questions and many more in this practical guide. With her help, you'll be equipped to consciously choose partnerships, relationships, projects, and activities that help you move forward. By doing so, you'll be able to live your very best life right now. Your time on earth is precious, which is why it's essential to take proactive steps to Discover Your TRUE Self and Live Your BEST Life TODAY!
19:44
October 13, 2020
Barefoot to Boardroom: The Intriguing Life Story of a Poor Country Lad Turned College President by Dr. Leon Higgs
This book was written to encourage those whose hopes dwindle in the face of hindrances. I share with you my journey to success so that it might inspire others not only to dream but to make those dreams a reality! With God, all things are possible.
24:43
October 07, 2020
Anthony Young - Fire!: Reality Yet Not Reality
Embark on a journey of four thrill-seeking guys who meet one winter night. The adventurous guys become friends. The exhibitionists form a pack to go on the rides of their lives. They go on night adventures to live out their wildest dreams. They pursue and try to steal a precious jade before it’s auctioned at a museum, as their ultimate prize. While the guys are being exhilarated, the streets of Miami heat up. Will they continue to have their fun and get away with the law or be suppressed? In the world that they live in, among them, and other parts of it, other people exude all kinds of crazy and fiery actions, and their stories too. Get fired up! Caution: feel the heat!
01:58
October 07, 2020
Final Ryke Leigh Douglas - The Tale of Tumeleng
Will the baby elephant, Tumeleng listen to the warnings of her parents, Ayanna and Jabari? Or will her curious nature lead her into unexpected and dangerous situations? Author, Ryke Leigh Douglas is a veteran educator devoted to helping children discover the joy of reading and the magic of books. She holds an M.A. as a reading specialist from Kutztown University in Pennsylvania. Ms. Douglas strives to provide parents and teachers with entertaining stories that lend themselves to nurturing positive attitudes, good character traits, and creative thinking. When she isn't writing Ms. Douglas enjoys visiting schools, museums, libraries and early learning centers to share her stories and encourage children to develop their own writing skills with a program she developed entitled The Writer's Tool Box. Illustrations by: Angel dela Peña
02:17
October 07, 2020
Alexander Gall - Looking for love at 82
The book chronicles and summarizes my trials and tribulations in the online dating experience. It describes the path on how to use the computer to locate, try to select and meet dates, companions and a soulmate, a future bride. I met my wife nearly 60 years ago through a friend of my mothers. Since then the dating process has changed radically, particularly for seniors. This book describes in detail the process of finding a romance and a new love using the computer to facilitate your search. I had to overcome two obstacles - age and a stroke. Many potential dates thought I was too old or wanted to walk in the woods, on the beach and go dancing which eliminated me on a walker from consideration. The book describes how to overcome dating obstacles, real and imagined, and learn how to look for love, especially as a senior. Find out how to get started looking for love, defining love, information needed to attract members of the opposite sex, ways to attain and succeed in your quest, knowing when you have succeeded and methods on how to stay in love. Read this book about love and how to find romance in today's changing dating environment. Shoeshine and newspaper boy, Cub and Boy Scout, Mechanical Engineer and Army soldier, Test Director of Army non-ordnance equipment at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. Section chief, 28 years, of test technicians and engineers, Pilot program, Army Management Staff College with over 3200 class hours on many topics. Presently retired and vegetating.
02:10
October 07, 2020
Ray Thompson Sr. & Nelson Thompson Lyrae D - One Percent
In the course of time, we lived through an incredible experience. The experience is through the lenses of both of us, but we made it through. It all began around the time when we renewed our wedding vows in July 2016. From that point forward things changed drastically. LyRae stood by my side the entire time from hospital to hospital, she was right there. Through our experience we learned how to depend upon each other, but most of all we learned how to depend on God. After 8 weeks in the hospital Ray was released. Since Ray's release things have improved every day.
01:51
October 07, 2020
Jan Carol - The Dance Of Life
The Dance of Life is a true love story. From young love to old age, the author traces the ups and downs in the lives of two normal, everyday people. Th e twists and turns in The Dance focus on Jans perception of the events in her life. From the decisions she makes, to the decisions made for her, she has unanswered questions that leave emptiness within her she cant seem to fi ll. What if? Why? If only!! How many times do we all second guess ourselves? Good choices, bad choices. Often, there are no choices. Jan doesnt quit until she fi nds the answers. It is funny, it is sad, it is sexy. But, most of all, it is honest. Writing this book has brought Jim and I even closer. Discussing the questions we both had about our relationship as young people, and how Th e Dance steps were performed without our awareness, have given us much to think about and remember. I hope you enjoy reading The Dance of Life as much as I enjoyed putting it on paper.
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October 07, 2020
Pradeep Berry - My Connie: My First and Last Love Story
Everything changed for Pradeep K. Berry on February 28, 2015. That was the day his wife of forty-one years, Constance A. "Connie" Berry, died. He's been mourning ever since, and he seeks to cope with his loss in this tribute to his beloved spouse. In My Connie, he celebrates their love --a love that would have never happened if he hadn't left India to go to the United States. He only had seven dollars at the time, and he could not have dreamed that he'd meet a beautiful, intelligent, American wife. The author's family embraced Connie as soon as they realized she was polite, smart, and self-made. In short order, she became the star of the family. Berry lovingly describes Connie's qualities, character, and ethics as well as her professional career. He observes that even though he's been in tremendous pain since she died, he would have never had such a long and happy marriage if he and Connie had not loved each other so much. Connie and Pradeep, both consider themselves as two bodies and one soul. Now, Pradeep is hoping that they will be again two bodies and one soul in the next life.
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October 07, 2020
Dr. Maya Mitra Das - Silhouettes Of Time
These intriguing tales by Maya Mitra Das take us on wildly imaginative journeys to exotic and sometimes alien landscapes -- introducing us to infinitely curious moments in time, space and memory. Maya's poetry and fiction have appeared in numerous anthologies. This is her first collection of short fiction.
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October 07, 2020
From Tehran to the Land of the Free: "Struggles of an Iranian to Live Up to Her Potential"
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September 25, 2020
The Untold Secret of My Connie My First and Last Love: Medical Negligence and Conspiracy
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September 25, 2020
Through Different Eyes: An Immigrant’s Heroic Journey, 1889-1909 by Barbara Alvord
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September 01, 2020
Zip Code 265431: The Zip Code of Success: A Formula for Creating an Attitude That Will Aim You Toward Success First Edition by Daniel Meza | Radio Interview
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August 27, 2020
Oracles from Olivet: The Eschatological Jesus by Bernie L. Calaway
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August 26, 2020