In Alphabetical Order:
Written By: Robert W. Hodson
Excerpt: This somewhat eclectic collection of poetry and prose reflects some of the author’s earliest imprints: from an absolutely hellish childhood in a long series of rat-infested hovels in war-torn neighborhoods imploding under the heady weight of the Civil Rights Movement, to homelessness, to a mission who took them in.
Written By: Esi Olueh
Excerpt: Success is not an event, neither is it located in a place. Many have traveled the globe to search for it but have met with disappointment. To succeed, you must stop searching and learn that success is a path that must be walked.
Written By: Joan Theriot-Broussard
Excerpt: “I joined the community of grievers when Bradley, my husband of twenty-nine years, died of a brain tumor. It was by the grace of God that I found joy in my new life. What I offer is not avoidance of the road we are called to travel, just the foretelling of a few potholes which can be easily negotiated.
Written By: Mike Myatt
Excerpt: America’s Top CEO Coach has filled the pages of this book with a definitive road map which incorporates everything that it takes to become a great CEO. Whether you’re an existing or aspiring chief executive, the insider secrets shared in this book will provide you with a clear strategic advantage.
Written By: Olufemi Adeniji
Excerpt: When old age creeps in and the youthfulness of yesteryears is gone, the body will become susceptible to the power and grip of death. Your wealth, fame, power and popularity cannot stop it; neither can any power on earth or under the earth stop death from taking over your life.
Written By: David M. Tavernier
Excerpt: Aiken was a small, relatively obscure southern town until the arrival of an aristocratic New Orleans family with strong societal ties. And it didn’t take long before there was a seasonal flood of winter visitors—with names like Hitchcock, Vanderbilt, Whitney, and Astor.
Written By: Rodney DuBose
Excerpt: “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” —Aristotle. “If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” —Benjamin Franklin
Written By: Terry Wadsworth Warne
Excerpt: Norris Wadsworth was sent to start a pineapple plantation on a new frontier in the Philippines. While the rich, dark soil produced golden fruit, the Wadsworths and other families built their home on a remote plateau at the edge of the jungle.
Written By: J. Bradfield McConnell
Excerpt: ‘What A Blind Dog Sees’ is the story of Jackson, a rough collie with special gifts. Blind since birth, Jackson’s perseverance will warm hearts young and old! A great lesson for children.
Written By: Lionel L. Nowell III
Excerpt: Have you ever wondered why some individuals achieve tremendous success in life, and are happy? While other people put forth great effort, and still fail to maximize their talents, or reach their full potential.
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