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  • Julie Davis Tittenhofer - For the Love of Cancer

    For the Love of Cancer : A Passionate Pursuit to Understand Life, Death, and Spirituality

    Julie Davis-Tittenhofer is a former lawyer, healthcare administration consultant, and seriel entrepreneur. She is also the founder of Inspirit-Widowed Young Support Group, Inc. Having been her husband’s caregiver through a long battle with colon cancer and then losing him in a tragic accident, she has journeyed through life, love, death, grief and spirituality.

    About the author:

    A member of the Georgia Bar Association and the American Bar Association, Julie graduated
    from Mercer University School of Law and went on to practice civil litigation before returning to work in healthcare. Most recently, Julie found a way to combine her love for healthcare with her entrepreneurial spirit and founded Pura Vida Body & Mind Spa, Inc. Despite her busy schedule, Julie continues to give of her time when young widows and widowers call, helping them heal from their grief while simultaneously uncovering their life purpose.

  • Beatrice Fairbanks Cayzer - Kennedys In Love

    Kennedys In Love

    Ambassador Joseph Kennedy lost three of his favorite children to violent death due to his fanatical ambitions. Joseph Junior, in love with the former Lady Jersey, Pat Wilson, died in a bombs-laden aircraft that exploded in World War II; Kathleen, perished during a storm that tore apart the plane carrying her with a titled lover to Cannes; John F. Kennedy, deeply in love with Ingrid Arvad, was transferred due to pushy father from his safe desk job in Washington to Solomon Islands was assassinated while preparing for his Second Term as President. In this tasty novel, Kick wins undying love from American, Mark Esterhazy. Not until fourteen years after her accident does Mark fall in love with Kick’s double, Rosie O’Hara, who is perilously researching names of JFK’s instigators. Thereby causing Rosie and Mark to become targets for those same assassins.

    About the author:

    Beatrice Fairbanks Cayzer comes from an illustrious family. Her two ancestors who came to Upper Virginia on the May????lower in 1620 helped found their community. Beatrice founded the Cayzer Museum for Children in England where she was the wife of Stanley Cayzer a grandson of Sir Charles Cayzer founder of shipping companies that evolved into Caledonia Investments, and nephew of Admiral Lord Jellicoe, the second Governor General of New Zealand. Then she turned into writing. In Oxfordshire, she wrote The Princes and the Princesses of Wales. In Guernsey, she wrote The Royal World of Animals. Returning to the USA, she wrote nine Rick Harrow novels, winning Book of the Year Award from the Horseracing Writers’ Association. In 2016, she had a sell out with The Secret Diary of Mrs. John Quincy Adams and in 2018 had another sell out with New Tales of Palm Beach.

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  • Rhiannon Mellen & A Bradbury

    Tablets of Immortality

    “Myron Selkirk finds a cave crystal that teaches him magic, but his friends find a nest of vampires who try to destroy them. Myron saves only one and takes Andy Hand to Los Angeles. They fall into a plot to recover stolen Egyptian artifacts and reunite them in ceremony. On the way they will fight vampires, werewolves, and entities from the void between the galaxies, rescue damsels in distress and get involved in many plots. Will Myron be able to bring Andy and Steve back from the dead? Exciting urban fantasy adventure awaits!”

    About the author:

    A. Bradbury is a fat old man with thinning hair and a love of exciting tales of might-be. He works as a railroad signalman, is married with five children and six (living) grandchildren. His hobbies include music (he plays guitar, organ & piano), role-playing games, chess and writing award-winning poetry. He has the obligatory housecat, although it isn’t the obligatory enormous.

  • WJ Webb

    Hatred Addiction Recovery: Prescriptions for Wellness

    Hatred Addiction Recovery defines, explores, illustrates and analyzes the nature and the human destructiveness of hatred as an acquired contagious addictive illness that poses a lethal threat to human life and society, itself. This book informs and illustrates the insidious pervasiveness of the toxic, deadly influence and effects of hatred as a spiritual illness; impacting individual health and security and the total wellbeing of society. It also has good news that emphasizes possibilities for prevention, control, treatment, recovery and the elimination of hatred. Hatred Addiction Recovery provides hope through education, methods and means to overcome an omnibus global threat to human life, known as hatred. Hatred is a total loser. It hates not only the hated, it hates self as the hater.

    About the author:

    Author W. J. Webb is a Certified Clinical Supervisor with the Georgia Addiction Counselors' Association. He has worked professionally as a Mental Health, Criminal Justice, Addiction Clinician and Theological Educator for over 40 years. He has received an award from the Governor of the State of Georgia for his contributions in mental health and substance abuse services. He is a pastor and instructor of public theology. Webb is the CEO of the Christian Association of Public Theologians in Atlanta, GA. He is a graduate of Morehouse College, Clark Atlanta University, Georgia State University and the Morehouse School of Religion at ITC in Atlanta, GA. His ministerial efforts are focused on ameliorating the serious escalating culture crisis humanity faces. He believes that public theology (in addition to private religion) used through the disciplines of God's gifts of science, art, law and true religion, has the potential to solve human problems. Public theology embraces the whole Gospel for the whole person for the whole world.

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  • Debra Watts_Jude the Dude

    Jude the Dude

    How do you deal with bullies? Just leave it to Jude the Dude. Jude works in the Soda Pop Shop with his family June, Julian, Julie, and little brother Junior. He and his buddies get into some hot water with a gang of bullies and Jude needs to step in before things get too out of hand. See what happens when Jude the Dude takes control. Jude the Dude is the 2nd book in The ABC Adventure Series by Debra G. Watts. These books are to instill positive role models for children as they learn to face everyday obstacles.

    About the author:

    Debra G. Watts is a retired teacher who resides in the small community of Harrodsburg located in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky. She has authored a music teaching guide entitled “Listening Guides for America’s Greatest Musicals” and written and illustrated a children’s picture book “CARter CAR and his Wild and CARazy Birthday”. Currently, Debra is an MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching) Supervisor for the University of the Cumberlands where she mentors Practicum and Student Teachers. She loves writing strong, positive characters who become role models for children. She takes writing stories very seriously, trying to teach a moral through each one. The lead characters in her stories are named after children she knows.

  • Debra Watts

    Dean Goes Green

    On every ordinary, nothing special kind of day, Dean is a country boy with animals to take care of and chores to do. But today is to be different. It is different in so many ways. Actually, it starts out bad, very bad. First, he gets up late, can’t find his mom, and then . . . the cow. Oh, man, that cow has done it now. But, things take a turn for Dean and his day ends better, not just for Dean but for everyone on Earth. Yes, I said the Earth. See what happens in Dean’s day that affects the planet on which we live.

    About the author:

    Debra G. Watts is a retired teacher who resides in the small community of Harrodsburg located in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky. She has authored a music teaching guide entitled “Listening Guides for America’s Greatest Musicals” and written and illustrated 2 children’s picture books “CARter CAR and his Wild and CARazy Birthday” and “Jude the Dude”. Currently, Debra is a MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching) Supervisor for the University of the Cumberlands where she mentors Practicum and Student Teachers. She loves writing strong, positive characters who become role models for children. She takes writing stories very seriously, trying to teach a moral through each one. The lead characters in her stories are named after children she knows.

  • Gerald Vano

    The Coming Merger of Science and Religion

    This book came about because of a spiritual word of knowledge given to the author by a man of God, while on a tour to Israel. It attempts to explain mysteries of the universe and show how the author agrees with the latest endeavor by one of the leading cosmologists Stephen Hawkins, to theorize the universe. But it also shows how God fits into it, delving into the controversial subject of Evolution and explaining new insights that perhaps were never realized before.

    About the author:

    Gerald Vano is a retired electronic engineer. For more then 50 years he has been involved in the study of science and its relationship to the spiritual aspect of things. In 1982 he went to Israel and Egypt with a church group and while in Egypt at a hotel next to the Pyramids the group had a prayer meeting and the Holy Spirit spoke through the Evangelist of the group to Gerald spiritual words of knowledge to him that only he could know. The event was a life hanging experience for Gerald and set him on a new path in life.

  • Belinda McClinton

    Oh How I Love Him

    Oh How I Love Him is an intimate account of Bernadette Smith’s journey through a life saturated with deceit, suffering, hardship, and triumphs. In every turn of the pages and every word you read, you will see strength, wisdom, and courage throughout her words. Bernadette’s experiences emerged as cornerstones and building blocks for her transformation as they became the focal point of her existence in serving God. As you read, may the same strength, wisdom, and courage resonate within you so that you can walk away discovering that your possibilities are infinite as Bernadette did with hers.

    About the author:

    Belinda McClinton is the proud mother of three children; Anthony, Jamal, and Nicole. She is also the grandmother of six grandchildren; Anisha, Phoenyx, Paige Jean, Nadir, AJ, and Xari.

  • Evelyn Sue Clay

    Broken Rhythm

    Broken Rhythm is based on the real events of the 1940 Rhythm Night Club fire, Natchez, MS. On April 23, 1940, Walter Barnes and his Royal Creolians Band from Chicago, Illinois played that night – the band everyone wanted to see. It was the hottest and grandest night ever. Approximately over 500 folks packed the building; hundreds more stood outside. And before the night is over, the unimaginable happens.

    About the author:

    Evelyn Sue Clay is a career woman who enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, conversational discussions, writing, acting, and helping others. She is the author of Wrapped Up in Clovers, Overflowing in the Spirit of Love-29 Poems, and 29 Poems Capturing the Essence of Love. She continues to write to motivate, encourage, and inspire others. She earned her Associate of Arts Degree from College of Southern Nevada, and her Bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. She is a loving and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, but most importantly she is a God-fearing woman. She has a passion for helping others; she enjoys teaching youth and adults, inspiring both to move past their pain and life’s circumstances.

  • Rick Roberts

    The Transformation of Benjamin Wilson

    Ben Wilson is a man on the run. Running from his crime and running from himself. His life is a hopeless trainwreck. But Ben is given a second chance and is ultimately transformed into something he never thought possible.

    About the author:

    Rick Roberts is a missionary with the Assemblies of God. He gave his life to Jesus Christ in 1973. After making music his god for many years, Jesus delivered him from a self-centered life and put him into His service. Rick met and married his wife, Patti, in 1974 and together they have served God in inner city ministry, 17 years of pastoring, 6 years as missionaries to Albania, 9 years as missionary pastors to Albanian immigrants in Philadelphia, PA, and currently serve as Intercultural Missionaries in Lafayette, LA. Rick is a singer songwriter and author. Rick and Patti have two children and six beautiful grandchildren.