After 25 years in the military, where the author remained unscathed after three major wars, he tried his hand at real estate.His luck held and after starting as a rookie agent, he ended up as General... More > Manager of Century 21 of the West, a division of Century 21 Real Estate Corporation.< Less
"Winner of the Literary Awards for 2009 Best Autobiography/Biography"
—Multicultural Literature Advocacy Group, Living in Color Literary Awards
"Thank you for thinking of... More > me"
—Sonia Sotomayor, United States Supreme Court Justice
"A Prison Story/Autobiography like you have never read before"
—Michael Levine, WBAI 99.5 FM. Expert Witness Radio
“Nominated as Finalist for the 12th Annual International Latino Book Awards”
—Jim Sullivan, Executive Director, May 28, 2010.< Less
Based upon a true story set in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia. Around 1919, A young married couple arrive in this isolated mining town, he a health inspector with the Shire Council, she an... More > ambitious wife dedicated to his promotion. The terrible aftermath of the First World War and the war widows left behind to survive.< Less
A play therapy center for emotionally and physically abused children. This project was done by Nicole Hubbard during her last semester studying Interior Design at the University of Louisiana at... More > Lafayette.< Less
SMILE WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE DYING is a true story about the life of the author. You will take a journey through a divorce as it unfolds, the dreams that were shared and shattered. The feelings good and... More > bad of a woman tormented within herself. May each reader feel part of the life of the author as she experienced the turmoil in her home and the struggle to finally make a decision to rid her mind, body and soul of a life she had lived for 18 years.
**This is the 6x9 version**< Less
A short story inspired by inexplicably precious times as a backpacker in south-east Asia. A tale of two nomads who meet amongst the tropical blur of the Asian metropolis. An account of how it feels... More > to find that ever elusive 'something' and then lose it. If you like temples and tuk tuks, love and loss, you'll like this.< Less