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03/29/2022
Toad's Tool | Adrian Hurtado

Toad's father enjoyed helping the other animals in the forest. He often told Toad, "Nothing feels as good as helping others." His father passed on and now his tools are Toad's tools, and Toad wants to feel good helping others, just like his father. Join Toad on one day in the forest as he tries to live up to his father's example.

03/29/2022
Toad's Tool | Adrian Hurtado

Toad's father enjoyed helping the other animals in the forest. He often told Toad, "Nothing feels as good as helping others." His father passed on and now his tools are Toad's tools, and Toad wants to feel good helping others, just like his father. Join Toad on one day in the forest as he tries to live up to his father's example.

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03/09/2022
A Child of the King | Patricia Klinger Schrope

This is a book with a heart. We who have not lived the experience are tourists and can not understand. A Child of the King shares the life of a native who survived the wounds related to the death of her child from cancer and shows us how we can heal and turn charcoal into a diamond under the pressure of life. We are all wounded and so can learn from Pat Schope’s life and experience how to survive, ultimately thrive and learn that love is the only thing of permanence.” Bernie Siegel, M.D.

02/21/2022
A Snake At My Shoulder

Audrey, a young professional woman returns to rural Canada from England after the unexpected death of her brother James. Audrey re-visits the town full of ghosts from her fraught past… her distant father, two unsatisfactory stepmothers, her dark and dangerous cousin Struan and her childhood mate, Frank.
During a terrible storm, Audrey crashes through the old town bridge. Audrey is pulled from the wreck and is transported to the local hospital where she weaves the threads of her tortured childhood with the trials and triumphs of her new life. Audrey presents this blended fabric to Frank in a fitful and imagined conversation.
She tells him of the successful documentary film company that James and she created in London, and their home away from home in exotic and bustling Cairo. Audrey also confronts her troubled home life, where after the mysterious death of their mother, James and Audrey endure an emotionally void home.
She also remembers her happier moments of lazy summers by the river, or snuggling in the hayloft with Frank, who becomes an invisible vessel for her ravings, to find peace in her tumultuous life.
Yet, Audrey must remember her unspeakably horrific relationship with Struan.

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02/17/2022

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02/10/2022

This is a book with a heart. We who have not lived the experience are tourists and can not understand. A Child of the King shares the life of a native who survived the wounds related to the death of her child from cancer and shows us how we can heal and turn charcoal into a diamond under the pressure of life.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1434305139

My DreamsHumanly Impossible; Supernaturally PossibleBy: Waverly Shaw Creecy KnightFor a season, my dreams seemed humanly...
02/03/2022

My Dreams
Humanly Impossible; Supernaturally Possible
By: Waverly Shaw Creecy Knight

For a season, my dreams seemed humanly impossible. There were times I would daydream about life without challenges. Then, I began to daydream about life without Christ. It didn’t take long to realize with Christ in my life, each challenge would become a stepping stone to a better life. My daydreams have now become dreams that are supernaturally possible for me to achieve.

People who are looking for success, always have someone to look up to. They only see how success is when it is there. Bu...
01/04/2022

People who are looking for success, always have someone to look up to. They only see how success is when it is there. But how about, how it all started?

This is my story and how it all began.

"At the age of 48, I became an entrepreneur, and with $200 saved from grocery money, I set out on my journey."
June Bratcher

p.xii, You Are Driving Me Crazy!

Title: You are Driving me Crazy!
By: June Bratcher
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/You-Are-Driving-Me-Crazy-ebook/dp/B097Z4BZH9

12/09/2021
You are Driving me Crazy | June Bratcher

Title: You are Driving me Crazy
by: June Bratcher

You Are Driving Me Crazy! presents the personal story of how June Bratcher achieved her goal in building a successful bus company starting from scratch. She relates how she recognized her opportunities and coped with difficulties always having a ‘We can do that attitude!’ that made her San Antonio’s best in the business. Her book is not only a page turner with romance, international intrigue, robbery, sexual harassment, and amazing problem-solving creativity but also a must-read inspiration for upcoming entrepreneurs.

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/You-Are-Driving-Me-Crazy/dp/1647493587

#selfpublishing #truestory #business

12/06/2021
The Mystic | Jean-Marie de la Trinite

The Mystic
by: Jean-Marie de la Trinite

Trinité's novel THE MYSTIC is the story of Aton who asks the eternal question, What is God and what is Soul? The answers he seeks lead him on a towering journey into Superconsciousness and to the discovery of the Oneness of God and Soul, the Divine and human, the Holy Grail of the entire human pursuit. Aton's powerful and absorbing mystical states of consciousness, from the black night of the senses to the Beatific Vision of the Godhead, describe every aspect of the ascent of the Soul to God and constitute a fascinating primer of the whole subject of the Soul's knowledge of God and itself. Trinité has succeeded in providing a mysticism for the 21st century and beyond that is a literary statement of the new human evolution in the appearance of the Superman.

amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014I4WCFE

#selfpublishing #literaryfiction

11/22/2021
Walking with Demons | Jane Dolynski

Walking with Demons | Jane Dolynski

This is a story about a small country town set in it's own ways, where people used to having whatever they wanted whether it belonged to them or not, but this time, they wanted something God chose for himself. Something or someone they thought belonged to an individual, something or someone god chose for himself, to be used by God to the glory of God. A people so connected through witchcraft, mediums and through every small township within.

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Walking-Demons-Jane-Dolynski/dp/1647496047

#selfpublishing #memoirs #religionandspirituality

11/22/2021
Then and Now: A Series Of Biographical Essays Portraying Changes In Culture Over Nearly A Century | Jo Ellen Oliver

Changes In Culture Over Nearly A Century
Sexual mores have changed drastically in my 84 years of life, as well as attitudes about family life, race and religion. I hope to explore changes in attitudes over my life span. This is not a research paper. I taught freshman English in two universities, where the students were required to document carefully. I don’t want to do that anymore. I may get a date or a name wrong. Some names I changed on purpose, to avoid embarrassing the children or grandchildren of people who behaved badly. Instead of factual research, I want to explore emotions and attitudes as they changed over the years. Why are emotions so important? We have just held a very divisive election. We are divided by politics and social mores. Yes, it is better if our emotions are grounded in actual facts; our recent election proved how dangerous feelings are when fed by lies, so I have tried to be as factual as my memory allows, but in the end, our behavior is shaped by how we feel.

Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Then-Now-Jo-Ellen-Oliver/dp/1647495733

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Then and Now: A Series Of Biographical Essays Portraying Changes In Culture Over Nearly A Century | Jo Ellen Oliver

Changes In Culture Over Nearly A Century
Sexual mores have changed drastically in my 84 years of life, as well as attitudes about family life, race and religion. I hope to explore changes in attitudes over my life span. This is not a research paper. I taught freshman English in two universities, where the students were required to document carefully. I don’t want to do that anymore. I may get a date or a name wrong. Some names I changed on purpose, to avoid embarrassing the children or grandchildren of people who behaved badly. Instead of factual research, I want to explore emotions and attitudes as they changed over the years. Why are emotions so important? We have just held a very divisive election. We are divided by politics and social mores. Yes, it is better if our emotions are grounded in actual facts; our recent election proved how dangerous feelings are when fed by lies, so I have tried to be as factual as my memory allows, but in the end, our behavior is shaped by how we feel.

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Then-Now-Jo-Ellen-Oliver/dp/1647495733

#memoir #selfpublishing #gotopublish

So, on September 8, 1980, with the family phone, theyellow pages, an old manual typewriter, and $200 I had saved from gr...
11/19/2021

So, on September 8, 1980, with the family phone, the
yellow pages, an old manual typewriter, and $200 I had saved from grocery money, I started my company from the kitchen table.

- p.4, You Are Driving Me Crazy

Author: June Bratcher
Title: You Are Driving Me Crazy!

Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/You-Are-Driving-Me-Crazy-ebook/dp/B097Z4BZH9

Transcript: Three Golden Mer teenagers came flying out of the water, and landed on Queens Shield’s foredeck... All three...
10/25/2021

Transcript: Three Golden Mer teenagers came flying out of the water, and landed on Queens Shield’s foredeck... All three were gold and were in full view of the crew and guards. Their flares, that emerged from their backs, looked like huge three-dimensional wings of light.

- p.485, The Evolution Of Spring

Author: J. M. Hair
Title: The Evolution Of Spring: The Qrie, Mad Mac and the Mer Book 1 Second Edition Revised and Expanded
Book Copy: https://www.amazon.com/Evolution-Spring-Second-Revised-Expanded-ebook/dp/B08QDVRG2N

Do you ever give up on praying because you have not received an answer from God by your deadline and you are not sure if...
10/19/2021

Do you ever give up on praying because you have not received an answer from God by your deadline and you are not sure if God is even hearing your prayer?

- Dr. Franklin Jackson

Author: Dr. Franklin D. R. Jackson
Title: PRAYERS THAT MOVE ALMIGHTY GOD TO ACTION: Prayers of Jesus and Human

Buy Book copy here: https://www.amazon.com/PRAYERS-THAT-MOVE-ALMIGHTY-ACTION-ebook/dp/B094ZPSMD5

10/14/2021
Crimes and Misdemeanors: Tales of Mystery and Imagination

Title: Crimes and Misdemeanors: Tales of Mystery and Imagination
Author: José Talleyrand Rodríguez

1598. In the city of Amsterdam, a Flemish engraver and cartographer creates a map showing a marvelous land located in the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. Guiana. A land tremendously rich in natural resources and filled with many legends. To get the attention of the public, the cartographer elaborates his map mixing solid facts and fantasy. Explorers from Europe fight to own a piece of Guiana. Four hundred years later, men, who bought the message sent by the Flemish engraver, are destroying the Amazon rainforests. 2017. A clever man in New York City earns a fortune working in the advertisement industry. Playing with signs, he sells tobacco and political fantasies. Man is the superior species but the Devil seems to be everywhere, living and flowing with the passions of human beings, touching everything that we do. What is the best way to survive in a world filled with all kind of crimes and misdemeanors? A shifter has found a “perfect” approach: See, swallow, think, piss, shoot and love.

#mystery #fiction

Amazon Link:
https://www.amazon.com/Crimes-Misdemeanors-Tales-Mystery-Imagination-ebook/dp/B07KC6YP5R

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Author Insight - success stories, peer advice and other tales from indie authors So You Want a Book Deal, Do You? - Good Luck by Michael J. Ganas Author of 'The Girl Who Rode Dolphins' I've always suspected that I would someday write a novel, and somewhere deep inside me I could always sense it wanting to come oozing out. But the thing that finally compelled me to actually write it was the way my wife, Harriet, was able to cope with her illness. Harriet is tough as nails and for the last seventeen years, she's been battling CML - chronic myeloid leukemia - and so far she's put up one hell of a valiant fight, absolutely refusing to yield to what most doctors would describe as a devastating, life-threatening malady. Thus she made up her mind long ago to live out a normal existence, avoiding hospitals completely and refraining from seeing doctors as much as possible. Consequently, it was her grit and determination that inspired me to take pen to paper and flesh out an adventure imbued with these admirable qualities of the spirit. In its basic subliminal form I wanted to honor her with something unique, essentially a literary work that came from the deepest part of me, something only I could give her, but something which would reflect her iron will and indomitable strength. This is initially mirrored in the book's opening scene where we find a woman adrift and marooned in a thunderous, tumultuous sea. She is alone and clinging to a piece of flotsam, and the reader finds the woman to be pregnant. By all rights, she should accept her fate and succumb to the elements, but she continues to fight on in the face of overwhelming odds, clinging to life and refusing to quit until she has nothing left within her to resist the battering forces of a sea gone mad. Later in the book we learn the woman survives with the help of a dolphin and that her name is Harriet Grahm. And although she has no recollection of her former life, she ends up taking on a new identity, becoming Amphitrite, one of the cornerstone characters of the story. During her ordeal at sea, something incredible has happened to Amphitrite, and her failure to remember her past has somehow given her the power to glimpse the future. Henceforth she becomes an arrant believer in this power and what the future holds, convinced her visions are real, and it is this ability that spills over and infects the reader to make the story palpable and real. Writing the novel was a labor of love that took four years to complete. In creating it, I had to constantly challenge myself to come up with new ideas, not always knowing where the story was was headed since some of the characters within the developing plot started taking on a life of their own. I only knew I wanted to take the reader on a journey to high adventure, an escape from the often mundane routines of everyday life most of us encounter, and in adhering to this I kept imagining what I'd like to see on the big screen if the novel was ever made into a blockbuster movie. The Girl Who Rode Dolphins is a fast-paced and explosive action-adventure that is epic in scope, making use of a loaded plot and holding back an array of mysteries and unanswered questions until the last 150 pages where everything comes together in a fantastical, high-suspense thriller. Within the adventure there are 22 action scenes that will keep the reader thoroughly enraptured, and at times electrified according to those who have read it. Fitting the novel into a specific fictional category can be subjective since the story falls within the boundaries of several genres. The fact that it brims with action-adventure on an epic scale cannot be denied, and although it can also be argued that it has the makings of a mystery/thriller, it can just as well fit two other genres. The storyline is spiced with healthy doses of fantasy, science fiction and philosophic viewpoints that tie right into a modern world and some of its most pressing issues: Islamic terrorism, global warming, and mankind's greatest vice, that of greed. And inasmuch as Haiti's past leadership and historical events, both past and present, were used as a backdrop for the writing of this novel, history was merged with fiction in such a way as to make the epic believable. The story is further enriched by a diverse cast of personalities, some exceedingly virtuous, some sickeningly evil, and others in between, a few of whom are ultimately forced toward epiphany and a re-examination of their self-identity. Finally, the reader is led to wonder if the characters themselves are somehow being manipulated by a force far greater than themselves with the introduction of James Lovelock's controversial Gaia Hypothesis, an idea that the entire earth is alive and acts as a complete organism, possessing various self-regulating mechanisms for its survival. Even before the novel was completed, I kept reaching out to the mainstream publishing houses, optimistically shopping the book around in the hope of securing a book deal. Reality quickly caught up with me, however, and I soon learned the true nature of the publishing industry, discovering it to be a maze of obstacles and entrance barriers, all seemingly designed to impede the aspirations of budding new authors like myself. Generally speaking, mainstream publishers make it a policy not to review unsolicited submissions, relying instead on an army of literary agents to do the screening for them, and it is these agents who initially determine the fate of an author's work, sometimes deeming a manuscript a potential candidate for publication, but far more often than not rejecting it as unsuitable. At the risk of speaking out and possibly alienating, or even worse, excommunicating myself forever from the graces of the ever so vast and elite ranks of the literary agent, I found the people within this domain to be essentially clones of one another, stubbornly clinging to outmoded tenets and resistant to change, and as time went on it became increasingly apparent my material was not even being read each time I queried one of these toploftical dogmatists. Coping with rejection is not in my nature, and I have to confess this was a rather embittering experience for me because deep down I knew my work was good and I was not going to accept the opinion of some supercilious, pseudo-intellectual say-so who is convinced he or she knows what's best for public consumption. I could use a barrage of other descriptive words, some even profane, but I'll refrain from doing so as I'm sure there are enough wanna-bes just like me who share this view and have their own choice words to cover whatever I left out. But to put it more succinctly, I never seem to be amazed anymore with the myopia exhibited by the logjam of literary agents that exists these days, and I've amassed a preponderance of evidence to conclude that this cadre of pontificating and misguided misfits wouldn't know a good thing under most circumstances, particularly when one considers their rigid, out of touch mindset to a rapidly evolving industry. Cases in point: Harry Potter (rejected 11 times before being published through unconventional means - I hear a publishing editor struck up a conversation with the author in a coffee shop and the rest is history); The Shack (rejected 20 times before the frustrated author decided to self-publish, with the result of over 4 million copies being sold using podcasts to promote his book); John Grisham (rejected a gazillion times before he went ahead and self-published his first novel, The Firm). Approximately 16 months prior to my novel going live, I ignorantly and naively sent my developing manuscript to a woman editor at a prominent New York City publisher. Through an acquaintance who knew this woman, she was willing to take a look at my work, bypassing the normal protocol of a literary agent pre-screen. Amazingly, her response concerning 1000 pages of double-spaced manuscript at font 12 came back one week later, a portion of which read as follows: "I am writing to you to let you know that we are passing on your manuscript. Your story falls between two disconnected genres;literary and action adventure which makes it a hard sell." After some additional blah,blah,blah, she went on to say, "I also feel you should try and get a literary agent to also help you form a book that appeals to a larger segment of the reading public." Truly taken back and disgruntled about the "disconnected genre" comment, this was my emailed and sour-grapes reply (grrrr): "Dear Rejectionator, I'm rather ignorant about the meaning and consequences of producing a work that falls between two genres - let's call it disconnectedgenreism - wow! that's one tongue-twisting word! I only know that when I go into a book store, the title of a book is what often attracts, as it does most people. I am basically an unsophisticated simpleton, somewhat lacking in the way of intellectual pursuits and much more top-heavy on brawn. Neanderthal-types like me are automatically attracted to books rich in action-adventure, and believe me, there's oodles of people just like me who look to gobble up a tale designed to awe the senses and take us on a journey far from our everyday lives. The Girl Who Rode Dolphins has been purposely designed to satisfy this basic market. How you can deem it as falling somewhere between a literary work and action-adventure tale is beyond me, but then again you are probably one of those people who thought the movies "Sideways", "Fried Green Tomatos", "The Bridges of Madison County", and "The Good Shephard" were all exciting (ZZZZzzzzzzz, sounds of snoring). Success stories especially inspire me, like that of John Grisham when he wrote "The Firm." From what I gather, Mr. Grisham had enough rejection letters to wallpaper his home. However, his belief in his manuscript was strong enough to carry it into the realm of best-sellers and box-office movie hits, leaving all those know-it-all rejectionists scratching their heads in dismay." The genre thing grated on me, and I continued to brood over it like a puppy that had just been scolded for tracking mud through the kitchen. Such narrow thinking appalled me! The very idea sounded absurd! What zaniness! Was she kidding? Because my novel failed to fit snugly into a single genre, this editor was telling me it would be hard to sell. The Rejectionator, however, did bring my awareness about the inane workings and restricted mindset of the mainstream publishing industry to a new level, and I began actively seeking an alliance with a reputable literary agent. Two of the most typical but dreaded words coming from a literary agency are "regretfully" and "unfortunately," and I'm sure many aspiring writers out there have heard this one many times before: "Unfortunately due to the large volume of submissions we receive, we regretfully advise that you submit your material elsewhere." Here's another common reply: "Thank you for your recent query. Unfortunately, we do not feel your project is right for us, but we wish you the best of luck elsewhere." Or how about this one: "I'm sorry I don't have better news, but I can't offer you representation, although The Girl Who Rode Dolphins has an interesting premise." Here's an obnoxious, snooty one: "As to your material, I am afraid I must pass. I represent a very full list of fiction writers, and must be highly selective in adding to it. I realize that it is difficult to judge your potential from a query alone; nevertheless, please know that we give serious attention to every letter, outline and writing sample that we receive. I regret I have to pass on many interesting projects due to time constraints. I urge you to query widely of course! Unfortunately, after giving this a read, I've found that it isn't quite right for my list. I must therefore step aside and encourage you to submit elsewhere." Or how about this irksome one: "I have now had the opportunity to review your query, and unfortunately am not sufficiently enthusiastic about your synopsis to request further material." This last reply came from a trainee apparently being indoctrinated by a prestigious international literary agency. Ughh! Can you believe it, a wet behind the ears, brainwashed trainee?! That was the final insult, a rather painful kick to the groin, so to speak. Oh, well...sigh. They say that everyone eventually rises to a level of incompetence, and I found this to be especially true with literary agents. "Ah, but don't fret, my good man, there is still hope," I whispered inwardly, reminding myself of a few bright spots. To date, The Girl Who Rode Dolphins has won seven (7) literary awards: 2010 Winner of International Book Awards for Environmental / Green Fiction Category 2009 Winner of Green Book Festival Science Fiction Genre 2009 Indie Book Excellence Awards Finalist for Action-Adventure 2008 Winner of BooksandAuthors.net for Best Epic Adventure and Best Science Fiction Epic Adventure (2 awards in this contest) Most recently, it was the winner of the Talking Category of the 2015 Animals, Animals, Animals Book Festival, and was an Honorable Mention Awardee in the Science Fiction Category of the 2015 London Book Festival. Obviously the judges of these book contests saw something in my creativity that the aforementioned agents were unable to grasp. Blinded by their own shortsightedness and bias, these agents failed to see the forest for the trees. With the sobering and futile experience of having dealt with literary agents now under my belt, I decided I would not delay getting my completed work into print any longer, and so I self-published my manuscript. And while I would still welcome a book deal, this wanna-be writer is now free to get his creativity out there without any restraints, fully immunized and independent of all the nonsensical obstacles mainstream publishers and literary agents have laid in my path. A budding writer should always be aware that this oligopoly of publishing powerbrokers has an objective, and that is to limit the amount of books being sold in the marketplace. From a sales perspective, they don't want additional competition because the more books that are out there competing with their own translates into reduced revenues for themselves. And this they surely don't like. Here's my advice to all those budding fellow authors out there. Writing is a purely creative endeavor, plain and simple. With fiction this is even more so. If you truly believe in your work but fail to spark the interest of a literary agent or publisher, then by all means self-publish. Writing is every bit an art form as painting or sculpture. Creativity should not be compromised to conform to the pontifications and agendas of biased mainstream powerbrokers in an industry stubbornly resistant to change. Mired down in standards that no longer apply in a rapidly changing world, the fate of such people will eventually be sealed as the self-publishing houses leave them in the dust. Remember this, Pablo Picasso suffered through a mountain of ridicule from shallow-minded art critics early in his career, and history now shows us how utterly stupid those critics were. May the dolphins be with you.