01-16-2010 04:57 PM
I recently purchased a DVD called "Hear God Speak" that claimed to change my life...At first it sounds to good to be true, I know...but I have to admit...everytime I've watched this music-video, I have learned how to discipline myself and quiet down and focus on the visualizations and musical songs that have relevant and incredible messages that seemed to be speaking and written "just for me"...I have been recommending this to everyone...my friends, family, people who believe in God or not. There's something in it whatever your beliefs in life... You can check it out at: http://www.HearGodSpeak.net
01-21-2010 06:08 AM
01-21-2010 12:01 PM - edited 01-21-2010 12:03 PM
Hi, Folks, My memoir "A Bell, a Song, an American Journey" tells my experiences in America, including with mental illness and immigration. It iincludes conversations with Moslems and Jews on peace and America, as well as suggests creative ideas for Middle East peace and illegal immigration. The story is very interesting, and the book has been endorsed by renowned psychologist/wrtier Claudia Luiz. It is carried by Barnes and Noble. Please also visit my blog: omega.authorweblog.com. There is no risk for buying it, as you can return it if not satisfied. Thanks. Kind Regards, Fadi
A Bell, a Song, an American Journey by Fadi Abdelhak
01-22-2010 06:06 PM
I posted about the release earlier, but the wrong cover was showing for
Executive Lunch! Well, now it is fixed--here's the back cover description:
Sedona is given the opportunity of a lifetime: play an up-and-coming executive with all the trappings of wealth with someone else footing the bill. The catch: find out who is stealing company funds before the criminals find out that their program is being debugged.
Sedona runs into danger, the corporate glass ceiling, and an occasional chance at romance in her quest to figure out who is stealing money from Strandfrost. Unfortunately, Sedona is better at writing computer code than deciphering political vitriol, and if she doesn’t find a way to wade through the red tape and red herrings, she could lose both her job and her quarry!
01-24-2010 08:43 AM
'Life's a Bitch. So am I.' Rachel Cord, P.I.
Cover Blurb: "I stared into the dark. Far-off lights reflected, shimmered and danced on the roiling water. The river washed everything downstream while the lights sparkled in one place. It was all illusion. Somewhere, deep below, hidden within the weeds and muck, buried, lurked other things. Things that wouldn't, couldn't, be washed away. Unseen. Unknown. Waiting. Life had moved on, but, like the lights on the water, I was stuck in one place. And I dread the horrid things buried within."
Hard-boiled? or only poached in Tabasco? Either way, private detective Rachel Cord pursues multiple threads seeking a runaway teen and why gay performers are being beaten at Miss Kitty's Kathouse Kabaret; threads that twist and bind Rachel within a tight cord of lost love, child pornography, rape, murder, and near insanity.
Also available in digital format here at B&N: Lifes a Bitch. So am I. Rachel Cord. P.I.
What reviewers have said about 'LIFE'S A BITCH. SO AM I.' RACHEL CORD, P.I.:
"R. E. Conary took a big risk with this novel. I was blown away by the surprising turn of events, and my first thought was: 'Nothing like this ever happens to Kinsey Millhone!' ...R. E. Conary plans on being anything but formulaic." --POD Book Reviews & More
"A great detective novel with sarcastic humor and gritty realism. The mystery is solid and complex, and Conary does an excellent job of presenting several different threads...and painstakingly weaving them together, so that the resolve at the end is deliciously satisfying. The book is loaded with well defined and interesting characters, and the writing is clean enough to stay out of the way... Conary does a wonderful job describing the details of Rachel's investigations which are always my favorite part of a detective novel." --Rainbow Reviews
"I have read many, many detective novels over the years and some are really good, but few have such well-developed characters as this one. The story was very well written, with lots of great detail and some huge surprises! It had me sitting on the edge of my seat to the very end." --Reader Views
01-24-2010 11:41 AM
An array of expressive thoughts suffused with sundry emotions fills Floetic Whispers. In this colorful book, author Ailawishes shares her meaningful poems about love gained and love lost, the art of lovemaking and keeping it solid in a relationship, life and more. The lyrical articulations brimming in this wonderful anthology are inspired by life experiences. For Ailawishes, every thought that a person has will always mean something, and every thought was brought to mind for a reason. The thoughts provoked by some type of emotion should be archived for a later date so you will remember what you were feeling, or thinking, during that point in your life. She did. These poems were and are her thoughts and emotions. Floetic Whispers not only exudes intense emotions and meaningful thoughts, you will also collect valuable lessons that could be applied to your daily life and improve your relationships—some of them will make you fall in love.
Ailawishes resides in Atlanta, Ga and always enjoyed reading since she was a young child. At the age 20 and a college student at Alabama State University is where Ailawishes discovered her gift for writing poetry and story telling. Her books consist of erotica novels and poetry that warms the heart and can romance any relationship. She has a gift for drawing out the real emotions and life experiences that others may find hard to speak out about and relate too. Ailawishes is an accomplished writer, who hopes to uplift the spirits of her readers and motivate those who want to become an author. Ailawishes inspiration comes from a list of artist and authors. Nikki Giovanni, Mc Lyte, Toni Morrison, Lin Que and Queen Latifah just to name a few. “Before the world know your talent, you gotta know your talent... before the world see your dream, you gotta first believe in your dream; If you've set out to accomplish ANYTHING.. CLAIM IT.. its God given.. you deserve it” -Ailawishes I believe in dreams and know that you can be whatever you want in life. Success is my motivation everyday. Writing is an art that I have passion for. “Floetic Whispers” is my new project that will be in all major book stores October 17, 2009. It is a collection of my thoughts. Every poem in this book has its own inspiration. Most may have been life experiences. Every thought that a person has will always mean something and every thought was brought to mind for a reason. The thoughts provoked by some type of emotion should be archived for a later date so you will remember what you were feeling or thinking during that point in life. I did. Enclosed in “Floetic Whispers” are mine. Soon to be released will be a number of other novels, including “Red Lace” that takes readers deep into the world of Erotica Literature. "Lack of knowledge doesn't cause you to fail in life. Your inability to focus does..a person that's full of excuses is full of a lot...never doubt yourself..get to know yourself.. so you can better yourself."- Ailawishes (2009) m> If you are interested in having mature dialogue on a wide range of topics, Go to my website, register and join in. This is for mature people that are capable of having a mature conversation and sharing opinions with the freedom to agree or disagree- Ailawishes.com
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01-25-2010 01:15 AM
01-25-2010 06:45 PM
My name is, Madison Shaw, and I am the Author of, The Coxville Murders. ISBN# 978-1-4389-9778-0
I reside in Bella Vista, Arkansas, and I love it here. The kids have moved out, and the animals have moved in. Four dogs and three cats. I am a gay man, partnered to a beautiful and wise and older man.
I have been writing for several years. The Coxville Murders took ten years to finish, and you have not seen the last of Inspector Daisy Forton in The Coxville Murders. She returns in, The Return to Coxville, New Blood.
The characters are intense and unforgettable. Big ole grizzley, Sheriff Becker is someone who grows on you, and Deputy Skulley, well...let's just say, you need to read the book!
God bless and thank you for your time and consideration,
Madison Shaw -
01-29-2010 12:55 PM
I am proud to announce that my ebook, A SPY AT HOME, is now available on Amazon.com to be downloaded to your Kindle, iPhone, or PC. A heart-wrenching story about a retired CIA agent who loses his wife in a tragic accident and must figure out how to care for his disabled son as he battles Alzheimer's. Take a look at my web page for a synopsis, and request a free short story. www.josephmrinaldo.com.
02-02-2010 07:01 AM
My mother and I began investigating the tragic and untimely death of my son in 2008. We were frustrated and unsatisfied with the investigation of local authorities after they overlooked critical information and quickly ruled the death a suicide. Tragic Love was a book collaborated by Tammy and Mary Rockett, it is an electrifying story of a young man who becomes involved in a forbidden love affair only to find himself in an abusive situation and he eventually succumbs to his untimely and tragic death. This is a dramatic story that we'd like to share with others.
Prologue to Tragic Love
I’m lost,” I said. “Where are you, I will find you, just stay put,” my
husband calmly said from his cell phone. I was almost frantic now.
I realized that I had never been to my son and his girlfriend’s new
apartment. How many times since they had moved out had Tim asked
me to come see their new place, and how many times did I respond by
saying, “I’ll come over one of these days.” Now it was too late! The man
on the phone said my son had shot himself. Surely this was a sick joke,
a mistake of some kind because my son was not dead. Yet, deep down
I knew something awful had happened.
I called my husband back on his cell phone to tell him where I was.
“Where is Tim,” I asked? He didn’t say anything, but not realizing that
I was still holding on the line, I heard him ask the coroner “is he gone?”
“Yes, the coroner said, your son is dead.”
TRAGIC LOVE by Tammy Rockett Box and Mary Rockett
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