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David T. Pennington grew up in a small northern California town called Paradise, but his home is in San Francisco. While his associate’s degree in computer programming has helped pay the bills, his bachelor’s degree in psychology has informed his writing. His love of fiction—mainly mysteries, science fiction, and thrillers—is balanced by his fascination with books on futurism, theoretical physics, and cosmology. Peer Through Time is his debut novel.
In 2079, a time travel experiment sends physicist Carmela Akronfleck further back in time than she’d intended. Though she’s still in her small northern California town, the year is 1936 and she must learn to live without the technology she’s come to rely on. Her neurological implants should be dormant, but she receives a cryptic message, periodically accompanied by an audio transmission from the future. It’s the voice of her former psychotherapist, an android named Kass, stating his innocence in a series of murders occurring in 2079.
When Carmela deciphers the code as a hit list, she's shocked to discover her mother and sister are among the intended targets. Further evidence reveals the killer's true identity, but the inoperative time portal prevents her from returning to save her family and vindicate Kass.
She considers another option: hunt down the killer's ancestors and avert his existence without radically changing history. She devises a plan to protect her family, haunted by doubts that she's becoming the kind of person she's always loathed—one willing to take another's life.
Tom Gosinski grew up in Nebraska and graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. After college he moved to Phoenix, Arizona and held a variety of positions at America West Airlines including Technical Writer, Policies and Procedures, Manager Customer Services Administration, and Manager Government & International Affairs. He left America West Airlines and serviced as Director, Government & International Affairs at the American Voluntary Medical Team. Since then, Mr. Gosinski has worked in interior design and project management. Mr. Gosinski has volunteered, served as a board member, and advised a variety of nonprofit organizations. The Wrong Side of Right is Tom’s first book.
Intoxicated by the promise of travel, the sparkle of politics, and a fascination for the mystery of wealth, Tom redirects his life into what, he feels, will be a satisfying, promising future. However, once on the inside, he realizes the sparkle was created by mirrors and the fascination and mystery were illusions carved in smoke.
Eric D. Wagoner is from Indiana, attended St. Bonaventure University in Olean New York and graduated in 1984 with a degree in Social Science. Over the following years he has lived and worked in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Seattle, Washington. In 1993 he moved to the Piedmont region of North Carolina where over the next twenty years he worked an “ecliptic number of jobs” from carpenter and day laborer, in textile mill, mail clerk, French bread truck driver and as a graphic designer. This is his Second Book.
This a short book of essays of presented in the form of opinion letters to the editor relating to political issues and public policy. Comprised over the course of over twenty years this collection of public opinion is presented from the point view of the common man for without being asked would never have expounded on the subjects contained within its pages.
For those who like political history and for those who just subscribe, daily, to public opinion polls this is a must read for everyone who has ever wanted launch themselves into the arena of public debate.
While the author loves all of America, he prefers the American Southwest. A local saying is that Fort Worth is where the West begins: Dallas is where the East peters out. J. Adams lives and works right on the edge. America is the longest-running party of all time, but America's Indians know the party can end.
J. Adams has long been a reader, during which time he criticized the works of others. Years ago, he decided to write something of his own and give others the chance to criticize him.
Funding Angel, by J. Adams, is available at Amazon. com. The second book in the series, Elmyr's Angel, should be on Amazon by the end of August. LiberWriter is on it now.
The author is working hard to make the third book, Angel, Home Again, available by Christmas.
"My real name is Mary Margaret, but for some time now I've been 'Angel,' which I like a lot better than 'Mary Margaret'." When May Jennings sent her daughter away for a week at a desert resort to search her soul and find herself, she never expected Mary Margaret to return with two million dollars to hide in the attic. This crime novel features numerous erotic passages, both hetero and girl-girl.
Candida Andriole was born in New York City and grew up in the suburbs in Westbury, Long Island. She attended and graduated from Westbury High School and then went on to seek a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York in Cultural Studies. After graduation she followed her passion and studied theater and dance; acting at the HB Studio and dance at Carnegie Hall and at the Chuck Kelly Dance Studio and then joined the musical revue “A Tribute to America” as a dancer and stayed with the show until it closed.
Her interest in the world of arts and entertainment drew her to dabble in theater and film. She worked on productions at Guild Hall in East Hampton, New York during summers. She had the good fortune to work with Douglas Fairbanks Jr. on his last acting role in a theater production. She later worked as an assistant on the production crews of the films Wise Guys starring Danny Devito and The Pick Up Artist with Robert Downey, Jr.
After a short lived career in arts and entertainment she decided to go back to school to study Entertainment Law at Nova University Law School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She spent her last semester of law school as an intern in the Monroe County Public Defender's Office in Key West where she worked after passing the Florida Bar exam, as an assistant public defender. Her life took a dramatic turn a year and a half later and she decided to stay in Key West and open her own practice as a criminal defense attorney. In 1996 she threw her hat into the political arena campaigning for the seat of Monroe County Public Defender. She did not win the election and the loss sent her right back to where she was most comfortable; to her passion for the arts. She is currently semi-retired, writing mystery novels, living in Key West with her cat Cleopaco.
Key West attorney Candida Andriole delivers to her readers a birds eye view into the private lives of the local residents of a tiny island in the Florida Keys. Interwoven into her writing are some of her most memorable legal adventures of her twenty something years of experiences as a practicing attorney. Her debut novel is the story of the harrowing roller coaster ride the residents and local police are forced to take and what they endure when a killer inserts himself into their calm and peaceful existence.
Zoe St Clare lawyer and professor of forensic sciences has relocated to the island to escape a gruesome past filled with murder and mayhem and the lingering memories of a brutal murderer. The island Police Chief Rolando Castaneda enlists her aid in hunting a serial killer when an horrific series of incidents threaten to put a damper on the event that brings more business to the island in one week than all the rest of the year put together and to leave the Police Chief without a job.
The year round residents and law enforcement are bracing themselves for the onslaught of tourists attending the week-long celebration when the faceless body of a bride is discovered on the beach moments before her wedding ceremony is to begin. This is only the first of a series of grizzly incidents involving an elusive and insidious killer who can’t possibly be human and do the unspeakable things that he does. The island has never experienced such horror.
Zoe faces much more than she bargained for when she becomes mired in a frightening ordeal that involves her former life in New York City. She struggles personally with the similarities between the killings on the island and the murders that have been haunting her.
In the middle of his campaign for re-election and the worst heat wave in the history of the Florida Keys, Chief Castaneda assisted by Zoe St Clare makes a desperate attempt to keep his job and to figure out if there is more than one madman on the island before the killer strikes again.
Tom Nagel is an internationally recognized instructor and clinician. He has conducted clinics and trainings, given lectures, and done presentations throughout the United States and in Europe. Tom was the main speaker at the 10th Annual International Centered Riding Symposium in Brattleboro, Vermont. He was a keynote speaker at the 2007 Certified Horsemanship Association International Conference in Orlando, Florida.
Tom's training background lies outside of horseback riding and his main expertise is in the basic biomechanics of how human bodies work. He has a third degree black belt in Aikido and is an advanced practitioner of Zen Bodytherapy, a bodywork discipline that combines deep tissue and alignment work. Tom started his Zen training in 1977 and became a certified Zen meditation instructor in 1986. This background gives him a unique perspective in how to help riders use their bodies efficiently first off and then on their horses.
Zen & Horseback Riding explains the location, importance and use of the psoas muscles. The psoas are the deep core muscles that link the upper and lower girdles of the body. They are the basis of all efficient body movement and can be used by participants in any athletic activity.
This book explains how to correctly use your body to obtain tone (strength with flexibility), self-carriage (stability and lift) and movement (vertically bilateral in rhythm) both on and off the horse. Zen & Horseback Riding is about using horseback riding as a means of self-development and training. It is about improving both your riding and your life.
I have many years of experience in the career development area. My background includes experience with an executive search firm and director level positions in Career Services with the College of DuPage Dislocated Worker Program, Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University and most recently, Director of Career Services for the Liautaud Graduate School of Business at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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About the Author
Eric D. Wagoner is from Indiana, attended St. Bonaventure University in Olean New York and graduated in 1984 with a degree in Social Science. Over the following years he has lived and worked in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Seattle, Washington. In 1993 he moved to the Piedmont region of North Carolina where over the next twenty years he worked an “ecliptic number of jobs” from carpenter and day laborer, in textile mill, mail clerk, French bread truck driver and as a graphic designer. This is his First Book.
This collection of five short stories was written to both amuse and pacify and are universal, there is something for everyone.
In The School Bus Driver the reader is informed, from a modified historical perspective, a story of one mans struggle to overcome the barriers of race after his return from world war II. One cheers for Jerry Little from his coming home to his ultimate success at the stories end.
The story of Oakleaf is about relationships where life imitates art. Oakleaf is a story of unbelievable circumstances. Although fictional, simply put it would be difficult to fabricate the circumstances as what befell the owners of Oakleaf and their neighbors beguiling ways.
In the Custard King relationships take a hard turn and living life on the blade helps to explain the moral ineptitude and greed of the central characters folly. It is a story of a morally impoverished inventor remembered as the Custard King by those most influenced and taken advantage of by him.
Atlantic Avenue is a tribute to those who had come before at a time when life was simple, love was everlasting, and a full and happy life could be had for the price of a song.
Lastly, seeped in the mists of armchair travel is Long road. A sordid, yet incredible, narrative conveyed by a modern day vagabond who lost himself on the king’s highway. This long road is traveled on one thin dime and utilizes all modes of basic transportation including the use of airplane automobile, bicycle, bus, ferryboat, and what seems to be a rather incredible long set of thumbs.
Born in New Jersey near the Hudson River and currently landlocked in Morristown, New Jersey, the author, a physician, descends from the original settlers of Block Island. A writer of a few short stories and numerous professional articles, THE WEATHER HOUSE is the author's debut novel. A second novel is in preparation.
The Weather House is part international espionage, part mystery, part adventure, and part historical with a focus on relationships, specifically between two teenage sisters. The theme of needing to find relevance in one’s life, regardless of what happens, may sound simple but trying to ‘matter’, as the two sisters discover, is not an easy task. The author sets the novel on Block Island and Brooklyn, knowing each location exceedingly well, and treats each location as if they are characters in the story.
Everyone knows Brooklyn. But in 1916 Block Island, seventeen miles off the coast of Rhode Island, was probably more familiar to European explorers -- and the German Navy -- than it was to most Americans.
Just months before the US enters World War I, a close knit family working together at Block Island’s United States Weather Station try to identify the motives of three strangers who suddenly appear on their Island. Even before the first murder occurs, the Weather House crew realizes they need reinforcements, but who can they trust? They contact the Office of Naval Intelligence – in 1916 the most sophisticated intelligence agency in the United States Government -- yet it remains up to the Block Islanders to clearly identify the true objectives of these men, which, if carried out, will decidedly change the course of our nation’s history.
With the two sisters as the focal point, The Weather House explores relationships and communication, motives, failure, hidden agendas and loss, and touches on the purpose of life … by introducing the reader to characters who are determined not to fail. Set at a time when death and loss are still a routine aspect of the fabric of an isolated island life, the novel reminds us that unrelenting determination is a formidable companion and is within reach of all of us.
E. Van Lowe began as a novelist but also worked for years in television, including writing and producing such shows asThe Cosby Show, Even Stevens, and Homeboys in Outer Space. He has been nominated for an Emmy and an Academy Award. He stepped into the young adult fiction genre with his novel Never Slow Dance with a Zombie. Visit his website, www.evanlowe.com.
Earth Angel, the second book in the Falling Angels Saga, continues where Boyfriend From Hell left off. Fifteen-year-old Megan Barnett of Glendale, Arizona, has more to do to save her family, friends, even the whole planet from the forces of darkness. She also tries to understand her boyfriend, an angel named Guy.
Florentina Gómez Guasp (Palma de Mallorca, 1954)
Licenciada en Filosofía y Ciencias de la Educación, Pedagogía Terapéutica Especializada en; Poeta.
"Pasos de Arco Iris"
"Torres de Esperanzas Amarillas"
"Poemas de Amor"
"Poemas de Amor" (edición bilingüe)
Mis versos Verdades hijo incompletas, nacidas baño Los Instantes de Una mirada Entre Párpados intimidados; ONU acercamiento fugaz a la forma En que yacen UNOS brazos apoyados, al brillante de color de Un Suspiro; Una Aproximación a la exigencia de alegría o tristeza Que guardan Los Pequeños Gestos Que apenas sí perciben, una las lágrimas de la emoción estética ...; afloran Como dormido sable de la ONU En Una idea despierta Que.
... Porque Yo, poeta de soja, leo las Almas
y cuento las Lágrimas de la vida. (Pasos de Arco Iris.Amarillo y violeta)
Siempre me falta tiempo pora todas las tareas y proyectos que tengo.
Me gusta definirme Como: "Amiga de las Horas, custodio Que Las puertas del cielo, de la lluvia, El Silencio y Sus colores".
Este libro Expresa, un Través de 20 poemas, La Experiencia emotiva del amor, Un Sentimiento Que Nos enaltece el Espíritu y nos Lleva una versión Lo Mejor De Las Personas, Haciendonos Sentir busque con Nosotros y Con El Mundo.
In an effort to deal with her adult ADHD, Anna spent the last ten years traveling across the world and taking in all the adventure it has too offer. She has now settled down in Vancouver BC, for at least the time being, and is taking a stab at normal life. To cement this aspiration even further, she received a degree in International Relations from the University of British Columbia. She now dedicates herself to her lifelong passion of writing and is debuting her work with the first novel in the The Tainted series...as well as running away on any adventure she can afford.
Orphaned at birth, Rebecca’s life had been anything but easy. From run-ins with the law to being bounced from one foster home to another, trouble and misery had followed Rebecca like a shadow. But now, entering her senior year of high school, Rebecca’s life finally had a few bright spots—a kind elderly couple had taken her in, her grades were on the rise, and she’d found a best friend. Except for the vivid night terrors that continued to plague her sleep, her life was becoming rather ordinary. That is, until she met Maverick—a tall, handsome stranger who said he held a secret to her past and that he could transform her greatest fear into her greatest gift. But to uncover this secret, Rebecca would need to embroil herself in a violent feud that has raged for centuries—a vendetta that could cost her everything, including her life. Faced with a terrible choice, Rebecca must decide whether to keep her newfound sense of normalcy and the relationships with those she’d come to love or risk it all and throw her life back into chaos in order to discover what she truly is...Tainted.
Born in Osaka, Kelly Kitano was raised the only child in a traditional, conservative Japanese family. By day she is a sexual predator on the hunt and a secretive, erotica writer, writing about her experiences as an Air Force officer’s wife. By night, she is a devoted housewife to a retired officer, now employed with a fortune 500 company in northern California.
The special day finally arrives when Akako marries the Air Force pilot, Jim Turner, at Yokota AB, Japan. Miko is her maid of honor and a transgender named Nicky is the wedding preparer. Miko makes it day she will never forget.
Boo Walker spent his College of Charleston years and a few after in Nashville as a banjoist and songwriter for the avant-garde punchgrass band, The Biscuit Boys. Some hand problems knocked him out of the game, and he stumbled into a position with a short term equity trading firm based out of Charleston, SC. To feed his ravenous muse, he began writing his first novel, Lowcountry Punch. Around that time, what started as a passion in wine became a neurosis.
After six years of the Wall Street thing, Boo decided it was time to end his sedentary, computer-driven lifestyle. He grew out a handlebar mustache and moved clear across the country into a double-wide trailer situated on 5 acres of Malbec vines just down the road from Hedges Family Estate on Red Mountain in Washington State. The Hedges family took him in and taught him the art of farming and the old world philosophies of wine. He now travels the world peddling the family’s juice, and chances are you can find him in an airport somewhere working on his next novel.
In Charleston, South Carolina, Dewey Moses is a vegetable farmer, a bluegrass musician, a recovering alcoholic, and an aging hipster. In fact, he was wearing fedoras, rolled-up jeans, and Converse All-Stars before Portland and Brooklyn were born. Since getting booted out of his house and his band, he’s trying to get back on top. Now, he’s a year sober, and selling vegetables at the farmer’s market, but what he knows better than how to grow heirloom tomatoes is how to get down to the bottom of things. What started out as a favor for a friend is proving to be his most lucrative talent: investigative work.
But when Faye Callahan, the wife of one of the most powerful land developers in the South, comes to see him, she puts his talents to the test. Her daughter, Gina, jumped off the Cooper River Bridge a few days before. She left a suicide note in her abandoned car. There were witnesses. But Faye doesn’t believe it. Gina was as happy as she’d ever been, having just fallen in love. Why would her sweet baby take her own life? Agreeing to help, Dewey finds out quickly that sometimes it’s best to leave things alone.
Off You Go is a smart and quick read, and Dewey Moses is irresistible.
David Joseph (U.S. Air Force Reserve, retired) served with great distinction in the Air Force. In his thirty-three years of service, he was on flying status the entire time. As a Senior Master Sergeant, his final assignment was as Non Commissioned Officer In-Charge, Boom Operator, 70th Air Refueling Squadron. He is currently a writer and employed with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Lessons Learned From Pararescue shares Pararescueman David Joseph’s “Forever Five” fundamental lessons for success: Never Quit, Positive Attitude, Hard Work, Belief, and Discipline. Laced with personal stories from David Joseph’s eclectic career, this book shares the lessons he has been teaching to friends, family, co-workers for the past thirty years. While money may be nice, enjoying what you do is better, because true wealth is about experience. Told with a dose of humility, this book provides simple insight, practical advice, and words of encouragement from a former Air Force Pararescueman.
I am Professor Emeritus in the Counseling & Human Services Program at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. I am also a licensed psychologist and co-director of the Carolina Institute for Conflict Resolution and Creative Leadership in Asheville, North Carolina The content for these books comes from my 35+ years of experience as a practicing psycholgist and over 50 years as a marriage partner. In this and the sequel book, I share my own story of how I identified and changed my family patterns.
I consult with individuals and couples on Skype and conduct therapy intensives through CICRCL. I also conduct workshops for the general public and in-service trainings for professionals. For Information about these services contact my representative at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am the author or co-author of 41 books, including Breaking Free of the Co-dependency Trap, The Flight From Intimacy, Healing Developmental Trauma, Conflict Resolution: The Partnership Way. All these books are currently available through Amazon, bookstores or in the store at my web site, www.weinholds.org
I live near Asheville, North Carolina with my wife, Janae and can be contacted at email@example.com.
This book will help you stop replaying unconscious patterns from your family-of-origin in your adult relationships and with your children. Most people don't understand how and why this happens, so they feel powerless to change things. This practical how-to book contains many stories about how Barry changed his life by identifying and breaking his dysfunctional family patterns. It will will help you not only break free of your family patterns, but also change your life.
How to Identify Your Family Patterns, the first in a two-part series, presents 12 common relational patterns that unconsciously replay in all families and are the primary cause of human suffering. These dysfunctional, addictive family patterns often lay dormant until adulthood, when they begin to interfere with intimacy in relationships.
This book contains many exercises, inventories and self-awareness activities to help you break free of the intergenerational legacy of attitudes and behaviors family patterns carry with them.The author believes that these unconscious patterns are factors in emotional, sexual and physical child abuse and neglect; all crimes of violence; all addictions, including eating disorders, alcoholism, and drug abuse; teenage suicides; all unhappy adult relationships; and perhaps all illnesses.
This book will help if you:
Reading this book will shift your thinking about yourself and the struggles you have in your life in ways that you can’t even imagine. It will help you see things in ways that make you feel like you've just walked out of a life-long fog.
David Wimborne is a specialist legal advisor and Independent Appeal Panel Member responsible for hearing school admission appeals, including entrance to grammar schools in England.
How To Secure A Place At A Grammar School is a plain English guide for parents which includes 191 Hints, Tips, and Cutting Edge Legal Information.
It is a succinct guide which focuses on a wide range of topics that can assist you in preparing the strongest possible application for admission to a grammar school in England, for instance:
1.) Examples of classic mistakes made by families before and after submitting the application, one of which can cost beyond £400,000!
2.) Facts and Information on how to fully understand the complex admissions process
3.) The ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ for the application process
4.) How to begin basic preparation for your appeal if your application is unsuccessful
5.) How to prevent common mistakes from damaging your child’s chances of securing a place at a grammar school
6.) A useful and detailed Case Study
7.) An example template application covering letter
8.) PLUS A FREE GIFT in the form of invaluable Hints and Tips for school admission appeals worth over £250.
and much more.
As of August 2012 this is the only publication which focuses solely on how to secure a place at your chosen grammar school without having to go through the hardship of appealing. It cannot be ignored that between 85 and 95% of applications to grammar schools in England are unsuccessful.
This edition has been updated to reflect the Codes of Practice for the admissions process and various other important legal developments such as the Equality Act 2010.
Would you risk your child’s education for the price of a decent lunch?
There is no limit to the research you can carry out to prepare for YOUR child’s education. If you have your heart set on the best education don’t miss out on this valuable information.
After more than a decade of sharing crazy dating stories about their escapades with women, two best friends decided to package their experiences and acquired techniques into a relatable, real source to share with other men – and that’s how The One and a Half Date Rule was born.
From serving as wingman and advisor to one another over the years, the two friends, ages 30 and 31, knew they were on to something and created a dating system to guide men on how to have sex with women fast – minus the headaches.
Being that both authors are everyday men that come from middle class backgrounds, they didn’t have the luxury, money or flash to attract women. With limited resources, they used trial and error to learn how they could date women and not get used. After analyzing women, their emotions and behaviors; skilled, clever tactics were created.
These tactics, coupled with confidence, allowed them to get the best looking girls to have sex with them quickly and inexpensively. The One and a Half Date Rule blog allows you to connect further with these two professionals.
For weekly blog posts and to connect with the authors visit them at http://oneandahalfdaterule.com/
If you are tired of wasting a lot of time and money on women just to have sex with them, then you can look no further, this is your lucky day – to be followed by many more.
The One and Half Date Rule teaches how to minimize your time while maximizing your efforts to have sex with women.
In short – this is a real book with real tactics and real results.
The book teaches you to utilize tactics to get women to let their guards down and allow you have sex with them quickly and inexpensively.
We hope you enjoy the read and pass it forward to your friends to help them step their game up.
Now, go divide and conquer.
~The One and A Half Date Rule Guys
My husband and I have always been a pair of do-it-yourselfers. When we got married 56 years ago it was with the understanding that he would bring home the bacon and I would fry it. With four kids under foot and only one wage, people figured we were destined for financial ruin, but as practicing Christians, we embarked on a faith journey, the aim being to have "neither poverty nor riches." (Proverbs 30:8) Achieving that goal was not without its humour nor its spiritual lessons, both of which I share in the book.
"Two Old Goats and One Good Shepherd" is a collection of humorous anecdotes with Christian applications. They are the personal experiences of the author and her husband as they were involved in building their house, gardening, cooking, camping and many of the other endeavors required to achieve simple living but abundant life.
Sheldon Myers is a licensed New York Real Estate Broker. He has been consistently active in the real estate rental industry since March 2004. Sheldon has worked very hard and gained the right knowledge and skills from numerous experiences on different rental deals and encounters with many people.
Sheldon’s experience and knowledge has led him to becoming a licensed real estate broker and starting his own real estate company, Myers Capital Properties LLC.
The Realtor’s Guide on How to Make Money In The Rental Market Updated and expanded with new information and techniques including:
How to gain rental inventory, how to gain new clients, and marketing strategies that will ensure you successfully stay in business.
Whether you are an experienced real estate broker, a novice, or even just considering getting into the industry, this book can help you take your career to the highest level.
Inside you will find information and tools that can help you start earning (more) money in the rental niche.
Don’t be afraid dive in.
Rebecca Welton is mother to two young children, both of whom now settle to sleep happily on their own and sleep through the night. She runs a support group for sleep-deprived parents in Southampton, England and is a qualified child sleep practitioner.
What do you do if you are suffering from sleepless nights but don't want to let your baby cry it out? Most families are left just trying to weather the storm. Baby Sleeping Trust Techniques: Alternatives to Controlled Crying offers families a new approach. The book provides varied and effective options for helping parents teach their babies to happily settle to sleep on their own and sleep through the night – without leaving them to cry alone.
Author Rebecca Welton, a mother of two young children and moderator of a support group for sleep-deprived parents, has brought together the best tips on how to get your baby to sleep better and for longer. Welton delivers five different Trust Techniques – four for babies sleeping in their own cots and one for co-sleepers – that build on the trust between you and your baby by ensuring that you always respond to their needs and never leave them to cry alone.
Baby Sleeping Trust Techniques: Alternatives to Controlled Crying covers:
The book is packed full of tips and advice, with special boxes detailing what worked with the author’s children, and the answers to the most common questions parents ask. If sleep deprivation is stopping you from being the best parent you can be, the Trust Techniques will guide you in helping your baby learn to sleep better, giving your whole family consistent, good night’s sleep.
At this juncture in my life I have a very strong desire to write a children’s fantasy story. I suppose the desire to write has been lying dormant. When I was a teen I wrote a poem as a classroom assignment and found that I enjoyed creating with words. Over the years I have written poems for my eyes only. I submitted one of my poems in a contest several years ago and it was selected for publication. “Lonely Heart” published by the International Library of Poetry as a compilation in The Silent Journey.
I wrote a short story for one of my daughters when she was around five years old about her backyard adventures. She loved it! Sometimes when my nieces would visit I made up stories to entertain them. I held them capative for a little while telling a story off the top of my head.
Here I am many years later pursuing my passion to write.
Earth Allies is a very good read. I wrote the story to deliver a message. The message is love, unity, and compassion.
Twelve-year old Ethan decided to take a short-cut home, through the woods, from school after band practice. While making his way home through the woods Ethan has an experience that he never imagined; he encounters two fairies. Frightened and confused he runs home. It wasn’t until his second encounter with the fairies that he learned what they wanted. The fairies explained to him that Gaia/Mother Earth is in danger of being destroyed and they ask Ethan to help them save her. Ethan eventually agrees to help but this is no easy task. He is faced with several challenges trying to save Gaia/Mother Earth and he has a very short time frame to turn everything around.
This story is a fantasy, written for youths ages 10-13. It is warm and heartfelt. Your child will enjoy reading a wonderful story about fairies and children coming together to save Gaia/Mother Earth.
Tom Surbaugh is a native of Parkersburg, West Virginia and a long time television writer/producer having spent stints with Creative Sports, ESPN and NASCAR Media Group. He currently is a media specialist with a national television network and lives with his wife and son in Matthews, North Carolina.
The Miracle of Hominy Falls is a story that is very close to his heart. Two of the four miners who died in the accident were relatives. A story that has largely been forgotten, the author presents this tragic chapter in West Virginia coal mining history in a positive light where faith in God and basic common sense lead the "lost" out of the darkness.
About the book...Miracle of Hominy Falls
The against all odds story of survival during the 1968 Hominy Falls, West Virginia coal mine disaster is told through the hand-written journal of trapped miner John Moore. His daughter Vicki tells of the nearly two weeks of waiting and wondering if they would ever see her father and his co-workers alive after the flooded mine cut them off from the outside world. Faith and calm heads prevail as all but four miners working nearly two miles inside Big Sewell Mountain would eventually make it out alive in what has been described as a miracle.