The consistent manifestation of hope, scribbled across those abandoned pieces of paper on which the ink now weeps, afforded a valuable glimpse into the Italian sentiment during this horrific period. I deemed all this information to not be coincidence, but rather a sign that I was meant to continue with my novel…
I was born in South Carolina, and spent my early years on a farm. My parents separated when I was nine years-old and, a few years later, I moved to New York with my mother and brother. Determined to finish college so I could begin teaching, I earned my BA & MA and my career […]
I began writing this manuscript in 2010, and put it aside for a later date. Writing was something I did as a hobby to alleviate stress from working in the social service field…
Author Ellen Feinstein was hidden as a child during World War II and her mother was later killed by Nazis. She was adopted by her aunt and only learned later in life all of the details surrounding her family’s traumatic experiences. This is her story.
Author Peggy Jenkins considered herself a Pro-Life nurse with the possible exception of rape/incest ….. until she met herself. This is a story of how God opened her eyes and her heart to truly be Pro-Life – No exception/No compromise … ever.
Some congressmen, key people in Washington D.C., my wife, and I had met for a weekend of prayer when a congressman asked me, “Sonny, what
happened when Adam and Eve ate the apple in the Garden of Eden?”
When I asked my spiritual guides about my soul’s purpose for this incarnation, they answered: writer, healer, teacher. Well, healing and teaching I did but, except for in my journals, I didn’t write. Something in me…
A seminary graduate receives his own “Revelation” during a dream and he shares what he discovered in this new book, Jesus Reveals Revelation.
I think I was an author beginning about age four but I never put anything down on paper until after retirement. I grew up in the country, which limited my number of friends and social activities. In fact, I only had one friend, Mickey. We were about the same age and our main difference was […]
From memoir to “biographical fiction,” how one author shaved a 1,000-page tomb down to an entertaining 318-page story…that wouldn’t attract the attention of government censors.