lyrical and autobiographical poetry written as the author deals with his wife's cancer and the death of several friends with faith and good humor.
written by the poet known as 'mudstuffin' on several... More > blogs.< Less
What 12+ years of schooling never provided is located within this amazing literature. From basic instructions on saving to the reason for America’s current financial dilemma, we receive great... More > advice in the world of finance. People across the globe are crying for relief that will never come. In EXIT, we learn that financial strain is planned and orchestrated. The more America suffers financially, the more successful certain individuals become. How do we eliminate a problem that has been in place for almost 100 years? We first learn how to exit, escape.< Less
On the surface Marla Evans seems to have it all: good looks, a thriving career, and a young, adorable son. Yet, she lacks what she most desires romantic love. Her pursuit of love triggers a series of... More > unexpected suitors, including a sexy co-worker, the office dork, and even her own boss. As she struggles to juggle her growing list of men, Marla s life is hurled into chaos as an unexpected pregnancy, her mother s visit, a missing co-worker, and a vicious attack all threaten to test her career, her family, and her future. To cope, Marla escapes into fantasy. Whether she's daydreaming or sleeping, her imagination is going full speed. However, her fantasies soon begin to reveal how her journey for romance may very well jeopardize the life she has worked so hard for. We waste no time experiencing Marla s fast world of men, enemies, love, betrayal, and wild dreams. So fasten your seat belt!< Less
Never before has the “Modern Day Church” been addressed in such a way that the words project a mirror of one’s religious life. As if in perfect timing, we are led to realize what... More > has become common for so many. That is the “Deleting of GOD”. This powerful literature takes you on a journey through the many activities and traditions that place a strain on our relationship as a whole with GOD. As the book quotes from I Corinthians 7:35, “And this I speak for your own profit; not that I may cast a snare upon you….” The Author doesn’t intend to down the reader, but enlighten and strengthen GOD’s Children.< Less