Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 06 Dec 13

American Legends: The Life of Spencer Tracy

by Charles River Editors

*Includes pictures.

*Includes Tracy’s quotes about his life and career.

*Includes a bibliography for further reading.

*Includes a table of contents.

“Know your lines and don’t bump into the furniture.” – Spencer Tracy

A lot of ink has been spilled covering the lives of history’s most influential figures, but how much of the forest is lost for the trees? In Charles River Editors’ American Legends series, readers can get caught up to speed on the lives of America’s most important men and women in the time it takes to finish a commute, while learning interesting facts long forgotten or never known.

Of all the screen legends whose names remain synonymous with Hollywood, few took as long to become a star as Spencer Tracy, who is today recognized as one of the greatest actors ever but whose career did not truly take off until he was already in his mid-30s. After languishing with Fox for 5 years and over two dozen movies, one biographer had summed up his career to that point in time: “Tracy was scarcely a blip on the box office barometer in 1935, a critics’ darling and little more.”

However, after joining MGM in 1935, Tracy catapulted to fame with one of the most impressive runs in Hollywood history, winning Oscars for Best Actor in 1938 and 1939 after already being nominated in 1937. Over the next three decades, Tracy would appear in classics like Captains Courageous and Judgment at Nuremburg, appear in 9 films with Katharine Hepburn, and receive 9 Oscar nominations over a span of 32 years, including for his final film, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. Several contemporaries considered Tracy the greatest actor of his era, a sentiment summed up by actor Richard Widmark, who once said, “He’s the greatest movie actor there ever was…I’ve learned more about acting from watching Tracy than in any other way.”

Tracy’s career earned him an unbelievable number of accolades, and a place in the American Film Institute’s Top 10 actors of the 20th century, but it’s also an open question how much more he could have accomplished without a litany of health problems brought on by alcohol. Even as he went years at a time without drinking, the effects gradually wore him down physically, and by his early 60’s, he needed full-time care, provided mostly by his most famous co-star and lover, Katharine Hepburn. Ironically, his relationship with Hepburn has actually served to overshadow his own acting career among modern viewers, even as his acting abilities remain universally recognized.

American Legends: The Life of Spencer Tracy profiles the life, career, and legacy of the man deemed by the American Film Institute as one of Hollywood’s 10 greatest actors. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about Spencer Tracy like you never have before, in no time at all.

Sacred Journeys and Vision Quests

by Lois Wetzel

“Sacred Journeys and Vision Quests” is a personal memoir of sacred, mystical events which have occurred in Lois J Wetzel’s own life over a period of thirty yearsâ??starting with being saved during a close brush with death in Acapulco. She lavishly chronicles her trips to various known sacred sites on the planet from a powerful healing experience while climbing the iconic pyramid Kukulcan with her two young sonsâ??to her more recent visits to even larger pyramids in Bosnia. Lois narrates a fascinating series of experiences, from camping solo at Mt.Shasta to an accidental meeting with a major player from a past life in Sedona. A white-knuckle five day trip whitewater rafting down the mighty Colorado River through the Grand Canyon with other players from past lives is particularly thrilling.

Lois relates to us her mystical events in some of England’s more famous spiritual sites on major ley lines including Glastonbury’s Isle of Avalon, Avebury’s standing stones and Wiltshire’s summer crop formations to surprising spiritual experiences in ordinary locations. Whether it is a miracle on a road trip, a bizarre meeting during short jaunt to the grocery store, or simply a meditative technique for looking into a mirror and seeing “The Parade of Faces” and viewing her own past lives, this book is a fascinating view of the world as seen through the eyes of a modern day mystic.

Lois Wetzel’s honest, vulnerable memoir helps us to see more deeply into our own everyday life. She reminds us not to overlook the mystical in our own daily encounters, and to trust our Guidance that we, too, may be in the right place at the right time and remain open and aware so that when we are unexpectedly touched by the Divine, it does not pass by us unacknowledged.

Here is a telling quote from the book about one of her most profound experiences: “This seems to be how Spirit works. We get what we need when Spirit decides we need it. One cannot pay a guru to make something sacred happen. Spirit is no respecter of class or of birth, nor wealth, and not even of hard-earned social status. The experience of the numinous transcends everything we in the Western civilization even deem important, it seems to me. It chooses us not based upon our culturally accepted successes, but upon something else entirely.” In other words, Spirit takes us by surprise. And it can happen to you.

This is a travel journal as well. If you love travel, this book is also for you.

“Honesty and transparency make you vulnerable. Be honest and transparent anyway.” ~ Mother Teresa

Abraham Lincoln – The Inspirational Life Story of Abraham Lincoln, A True Leader Who Battled Against Slavery

by Gregory Watson

Valuable Lessons To Be Learned Behind Abraham Lincoln’s Inspirational Life Story

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Abraham Lincoln is considered to be one of the greatest heroes America ever had. His life story is full of inspirational moments. He was a man of humble beginnings, who through hard work and his persistent nature, became the 16th President of the United States. During his two terms presidency, his greatest achievement was abolishing slavery and changing how the peoples of America treated other races. Paving the way to equality in our society.

Here is a preview of what you will learn in this book:

* The up’s and down’s in both President Lincoln’s political career and personal life.

* The greatest legacy of Abraham Lincoln.

* Famous quotes from Abraham Lincoln and what we should learn from them.

* Abraham Lincoln’s unique character and personality.

* Lessons from one of the greatest leaders of all time.

* Struggles that President Lincoln faced throughout his life.

* How he overcame the many struggles in his life.

* And much more…


Comments from other readers

“Abraham Lincoln is an absolutely inspirational character. His stories are magnificent and this book really tells you what he is all about.” – Macy Larson (Calgary, Canada)

“I truly enjoyed this book. It talked about all the hardships that President Lincoln had to go through in his life, but he never gave up and kept going. The book’s got some great advice for everyone!” – Kelly D. (Baltimore, USA)

“After reading this book and learning about Abraham Lincoln, I will keep all those famous quotes he left behind to heart. I will try my best to practice all those lessons taught in this book in my daily life.” – Bryan Stevens (Charlotte, USA)

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Princess Diana – A Biography Of The Princess Of Wales (Famous Biographies)

by Drew L. Crichton

Princess Diana

A Biography Of The Princess Of Wales

This book will reveal to you the many facets of Princess Diana’s life. The late Princess Diana was an icon of her time and up until today, she still has not been forgotten. Diana showed the world what it was like to be a Princess in a time that was full of pain and pressure, a time when she had to fight for her life and her identity, a time when people have become so judgmental.

Diana was and is a beacon of hope for many. She was an icon of beauty, love, and staying true to one’s self. Though she is gone, her memory will forever be alive. This book will remind you of who the Princess was and will let you dig deeper into her life and into who she really was.

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Our God Saves

A compilation of true stories written by Christians around the country telling how God saved them.

Climbing Life’s Mountains: Overcoming Challenges of Biracial Birth, Adoption, Gender Identity, and Depression

by Jala A. McKenzie-Burns

In life, everyone climbs mountains. Jala A. McKenzie-Burns shares her story, Climbing Life’s Mountains, which explores the many challenges that faced her from birth. As a biracial child, she was left in the hospital, then placed into foster care. Her education began from the time she was born through the reactions and events around her. Her education continued with the teachings of the Civil Rights Movement, watching the Civil Rights’ marches on television and listening to the I-Have-a-Dream speech on the radio. Her early lessons taught her to stand up for her beliefs and soon paid off.

After being adopted by an African-American family, she faced many confrontations from both white and black children. Along the way, she realized she was a female. Through her service in the U.S. Marine Corps, working in politics, gaining a college education, marrying a woman she loved, and raising their child, she tried to hide her feminine desires, but the pain never stopped at not being able to express who she really was. According to society, she was supposed to live her life as a male. While she participated in many activities to fight her inner conflict, she couldn’t force a square peg into a round hole. When she shared her gender conflict with her adoptive mother, her mother kicked her out of her life.

In her book, Jala discusses her full transition experience so that she can help others with their gender-identity conflict. During her transition, she fell into a deep depression. With this illness, she practiced many unhealthy coping mechanisms. During a major portion of her life, she had yearned to find her biological mother. After many attempts, she was finally reunited with her biological mother and sister. Years later, after reconnecting with both her biological and adoptive families, she began to overcome depression. She shares her story of depression, believing that if she can overcome it, so can others. She combines her autobiography and insights about gender identity transition with interviews from family members, other transgender females, and a psychologist who specializes in Gender Identity Disorder.

In the section called “Adoption and Finding My Biological Family,” she includes three special interviews. First, her adoptive brother, Derrick, is a highly successful individual who graduated from Princeton University. He shares their experiences of growing up together. Second, Karen, her biological sister, tells of her experience as being one of four siblings who were taken by the state of Georgia. And third, Patricia, the only child out of all six siblings who was raised by her biological family, tells of the pain she encountered, knowing her siblings were out there. Jala and her siblings share the steps they took to find their biological families. The story explores times of laughter and times of tears, hoping to help others overcome their personal challenges.

The Secret Agent – A Year In The Life

by Secret Agent

From the award-wining writer of the satirical ‘Agents Diary’ Blog and Sunday Times columnist, comes an all new insight in to what happens the other side of the estate agent’s window.
Follow the colourful characters in the Secret Agent’s office through a poignant year of missed targets and missed opportunity and learn how the industry works from the inside.
Discover what property people feel about the public and how best to make your own home changing experience a positive one.
Find out how auctions work, how to avoid gazumping and gazundering and meet suspect surveyors, amorous owners and duplicitous buyers along the way.
Includes the agent’s guide to buying and selling plus countless tips and advice, together with useful websites to help you win at the moving game.
You may never look at the men and women in suits and sign-written cars the same way again. But love them or hate them you can’t do without them – or this hilarious insight into the murky world of property.

Red Dirt Lady: An Oklahoma Memoir (Red Dirt Memories)

by Mona Phipps

In her second collection of memoirs, Mona Phipps continues the narrative she began in her popular “Red Dirt Girl: an Oklahoma Memoir”. From memories of her depression-era Oklahoma childhood, to coming of age in the 1940’s, from the miraculous birth of her first child, to her husband’s patriotic efforts in the Korean War, the author takes the reader on a journey into an important and fascinating time in our nations’ history. A powerful narrative straight from the heartland of our country.

Word Count: 15,000

Crux Crotch Crotchety (A Short Gem)

by Linda Shelnutt

What do crux, crotch, and crotchety refer to? Crotchety fits Jennifer’s attitude in letters to publishing professionals. As far as crux or crotch, we’ll leave that discernment for readers to determine from reading the content under the title. As Fox News has been known to say: “We report, you decide!”

A hint might be that getting to the crux of anything takes brain power and effort, but getting to the crotch, well, that comes through lower level assets sans sagacity or savvy [though the acts of getting it have been made into various art forms by some]. Shelnutt books get the crux by digging, sweating through processes in short supply and low demand. As to crotch, that appears to be easy to come by and in high demand. But, maybe it’s time for a few more brains to begin firing on whole power backed by soul notes [as described in Shelnutt’s photojournalism walkabout series].

Readers feel free to post reviews to express opinions on anything here. Do you seek crux, crotch, or crotchety? KINDLE GLOW BOOKS is looking forward to creative reviews answering that question and/or asking a few of their own.

Though the Letters in CRUX CROTCH CROTCHETY are used fictitiously, they are identical or similar [generally retaining typos along with maybe more than a few examples of questionable taste and poor judgment] to those sent by Linda Shelnutt on the dates indicated.

As the author shares: “My face heats to a red glow when I reread some of these communications. Maybe I should be ashamed. Instead, I’m thankful I had the strength and courage to be true to myself. I’m thankful for Amazon’s KDP and Kindle Select. I’m also thankful that the long established NYC publishing houses still exist. When something ceases to exist, it’s because there’s no integrity left from seed or evolution. As per my books, I’m speaking of Divine Design Laws of Physics type of Integrity, which have to do with separate, unique, integral, evolving, physically spiritual identities and purposes.”

The title and book cover for this short work were designed through Right and Left Brain efforts culminated with first copyright © on Saturday, November 17, 2012. It was updated in places in subsequent editions, this one from the cold later days of 2013

CRUX CROTCH CROTCHETY was designed from an excerpt of Chapters 7 – 10 of QUARTER MOON DUES: Opening Qtr [a full length book with 47 chapters and a significant collection of photos]. Note that the separately titled SHORT GEMS like CRUX, though worked from excerpts of books, include notes and photos which are not in the full length books. Due to this and more, the short gems somehow give subtly different perspectives in their isolation, making them worth adding to or reading ahead or instead of the longer books.

Most of Shelnutt’s Kindle works include hyperlinked lists of her books and Short Gems. The lists are categorized for ease of identifying and reading similar books together or in sequence.

Best Regards,


Atiku – The Story Of Atiku Abubakar

by Adinoyi Ojo Onukaba

As Vice President Atiku Abubakar’s media adviser from June 2003 to April 2005, I had the tedious task of going through a steady flow of unsolicited proposals for a biography on him.

Some of these proposals, mostly from people who hardly knew him, were written by adoring fans or worshipful political supporters who genuinely wanted to market his inspiring life story and leadership qualities to the literate public. Others were motivated chiefly, I suspect, by pecuniary gains or the quest for momentary literary fame. The proposals also differed in terms of approach and the medium the would-be authors hoped to use to realize their objectives.Afilm maker in Northern Nigeria wanted to put Atiku’s life on video.ASouthwestern author of a proposal wanted to do a television documentary on the Atiku story. A South- South author who had written on many public office holders in Nigeria, wanted to be commissioned to write “the definitive Atiku biography”. Someone wrote from Abuja for permission to do a pictorial biography of the Vice President.

I read through these proposals and recommended them, in typical Nigerian bureaucratese, for “Mr. Vice President’s kind consideration and further directive”. I was directed to politely decline some requests and to open discussion with the authors of other proposals that we considered serious and promising. I did discuss with a few of the authors and reported back. The Vice President was often turned off by the unreasonably huge budget for executing the projects which was expected to be borne entirely by him. One day, he sent a proposal back to me with a note.

“Why don’t you do an in-house work?” he scribbled at the bottom of my covering memorandum.

He advised me to liaise with my colleague, Umar Ardo, whose father had adopted him as a son in Kojoli, Adamawa State, to work jointly on his biography. Ardo, a bright historian who had temporarily left a teaching job at the Nigerian Defence Academy in Kaduna to serve as a vice presidential aide on political strategy, had been working independently on the Atiku story but had lost interest and gone into other pursuits. For now he was not interested in dusting up the project, he told me matter-of-factly. It was now my cup of tea – so to speak.

What you are about to read is not a hagiography. I have tried to give a balance and fair portrait of a remarkable life. Although the story of an only child who grew up without a father, learned to take care of himself and to fight his own battles from an early age are not uncommon in Nigeria, many people are likely to be inspired by the subject’s rugged determination to overcome the difficulties of being born poor and lonely as well as by his perseverance and humane disposition. It is the tale of a man who has no brother or sister. It is the tale of a humble village boy who, with a combination of handwork and incredible luck, made good both in business and politics.

I have tried as much as possible to track the major events in his life and to retell them in the context of Nigerian and global history. After all, the history of a nation is the sum total of the lives of its notable men and women and the events which shape our world and impinge on our little corners of it are triggered off by the actions of individuals and groups. Lastly, I would like to say that I have tried in this book to simply tell a story without embellishment or over-dramatization. I believe the facts should speak for themselves.

Full Bloom

by John Bloom

Those of you starting to read this book who are aged under 55 might be surprised to learn that from the late Fifties through until the mid Sixties retailing in Britain was not so different to Soviet Russia. In fact the only real difference was that in Russia, prices were set by the State, and in Britain they were set by the Establishment. British retailing was far from the free market we live in today. Back then, retailers were forbidden to sell goods below the manufacturers fixed retail price. The manufacturers set the price and the public simply had to pay it, no deals, no discounts, no choices and that’s where this story begins.

I was 27 years old, a high school reject, looking for a future, following two years national service, six years of dead end jobs and several failed ventures, I stumbled upon the world of direct selling; the rest as they say, is history. Not only did direct selling change my life, but also it changed the lives of almost every housewife and household in the country. How I hear you ask? Simple by offering the public at large a fair deal at a fair price on things we take for granted today.

Washing Machines, Fridges and Vacuum Cleaners these were all luxury appliances well beyond the means of the average British household; that is until I came along and upset the applecart. I could not possibly have imagined the roller coaster ride that was to follow. I fought to abolish retail price maintenance and won but lost a fortune in the process.

With this book I hope to entertain and amuse you with just some of my adventures and perhaps share with you a more human glimpse into the lives of the people both famous and infamous that I have met along my way. This is my life, well at least some it I hope you enjoy reading about as much as I have enjoyed living it.

Travels With Penny, or, True Travel Tales of a Gay Guy and His Mom

by David Morrison

I opened the door to the sex shop and found my mother standing in front of the display case talking to a tall salesman wearing a leather harness, jock strap and a dog collar. The first thought was, “Oh, crap!” The second was, “I hate it when Dad’s right.”

Watching my mother investigate the testicle torture devices, cock rings and nipple clamps was not even close to being on the weekend’s itinerary. It was so far removed from my itinerary, it was in a separate zip code. This New York trip was supposed to be a celebration of my thirty-fifth birthday, it was supposed to be an opportunity for me to have one last grand hurrah before the fall semester kicked in and buried me under the pressure of literature reviews, critical analysis papers and thesis research. I envisioned this weekend to be a fun filled romp around the Big Apple, not a safari through Leather Wonderland with my mother.

Thus begins David Alan Morrison’s hilarious memoir about the evolution of family dynamics. Following the sudden death of his father, a single, middle-aged gay guy struggles with his own mortality by reminiscing about the travels with his gregarious mother and, in doing so, discovers a new dimension to his relationship with himself, his parents and his regrets. Travels With Penny is an honest look at the transformation of the baffling, complex relationship between children and their parents.

Blue Murder?

by Joan Lock

How and why does a police officer come to commit murder? When he does, what advantage does his professional expertise give him in planning or concealing his crime?

Ex-policewoman Joan Lock investigates and presents us with a fascinating and sometimes macabre collection of homicides in which the police officer became a suspect: the young constable who planned his wife’s murder and even planted false clues to mislead his colleagues; the bizarre tale of the detective called in to investigate the murder he had committed; the country copper who waited in armed ambush for his sergeant and, perhaps the most chilling of all, the story of the ex-policeman whose cold-blooded execution of his old buddies is unparalleled in police history.

Whatever Happened To Raoul Wallenberg

by Morris Wolff

The true story of Holocaust hero Raoul Wallenberg and the author’s efforts to rescue him from Soviet Union imprisonment.

from Bill Clinton, President of the United States

In this fascinating book Morris records the details of his twenty-seven year search for Wallenberg, beginning with a Saturday of law research in the Penn law library in March of 1983, and extending to his persuasive arguments in the District of Columbia federal court room in 1984. As he explains in his book, Morris obtained the unanimous support of the United States Congress for his law suit in 1985. He also mentions my enjoyable discussion with him at the White House on November 22, 1993. He takes us into worlds of research and discovery of awesome value. His well documented book includes details of his amazing effort to enlist and persuade the Israeli Mossad to slip into Russia in an attempt to rescue Wallenberg.

Morris Wolff is an awesome man. He has no quit in his system. You will read about his victorious day in court before Judge Parker, and the historic $39 million dollar award given the family as damages for the injustice suffered.

But most of all you will read a good book, and witness how much one man can do to achieve Justice.

It is widely known that the Swedish diplomat, Raoul Wallenberg, worked in Budapest, Hungary, during WWII to save the lives of over 100,000 Jews from Nazi extermination. But what happened after the hero disappeared in 1946? This never-before told story reveals Wallenberg’s detention by the Russians and relates the legal and diplomatic efforts of the author, Morris Wolff, and others to gain (or impede) his release from the Soviet Union. Playing a role in the saga are such participants as Chief Justice John Roberts, President Richard Nixon, President Ronald Reagan, Henry Kissinger and Leonid Brezhnev. Attorney Wolff’s efforts to gain justice for the kidnapped Swedish hero, which began in 1983, continue to this day.

American Legends: The Life of Carole Lombard

by Charles River Editors

*Includes pictures.

*Includes Lombard’s quotes about her life and career.

*Includes a bibliography for further reading.

*Includes a table of contents.

“Carole Lombard’s tragic death means that something of gaiety and beauty have been taken from the world at a time they are needed most.” – Errol Flynn

A lot of ink has been spilled covering the lives of history’s most influential figures, but how much of the forest is lost for the trees? In Charles River Editors’ American Legends series, readers can get caught up to speed on the lives of America’s most important men and women in the time it takes to finish a commute, while learning interesting facts long forgotten or never known.

On January 16, 1942, just a few weeks after Pearl Harbor brought the United States into World War II, the nation suffered what were considered the first civilian deaths of the war when a plane crashed into the side of a mountain southwest of Las Vegas. Aboard the plane were 15 servicemen, but the plane was also carrying one of Hollywood’s biggest stars: actress Carole Lombard.

Although Lombard’s death and her marriage to Gone With the Wind star Clark Gable have overshadowed her career, her untimely death in 1942 cut short the life of one of Hollywood’s most prominent stars at the time. In fact, Lombard’s platinum look and her unique mannerisms had helped her become the biggest star of the screwball genre by the end of the 1930s, and her movies were so successful that she was the highest paid actress in Hollywood by the start of the 1940s. As English critic Graham Greene said of her, “Platinum blonde, with a heart-shaped face, delicate, impish features and a figure made to be swathed in silver lamé, Lombard wriggled expressively through such classics of hysteria as Twentieth Century and My Man Godfrey.” Indeed, despite dying at the age of 33, the American Film Institute recognized her as one of the biggest film icons of the 20th century.

Although Lombard has been memorialized in many fitting ways as an actress, one of her biggest contributions to Hollywood was the blond archetype that the film industry used successfully for decades in screwball comedies, paving the way for the success of women like Marilyn Monroe. Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of that fact is that it was actually based on Carole’s gushing personality. As famous director Howard Hawks noted of her, “She acted like a schoolgirl … and she was stiff, she would try and imagine a character and then act according to her imaginings instead of being herself.” When Lombard started simply portraying herself, Hawks told actor John Barrymore, “[Y] ou’ve just seen a girl that’s probably going to be big a star, and if we can just keep her from acting, we’ll have a hell of a picture.”

American Legends: The Life of Carole Lombard examines the life and career of one of the Golden Era of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about Carole Lombard like never before, in no time at all.

Andrew Garfield Unauthorized & Uncensored (All Ages Deluxe Edition with Videos)

by R.B. Grimm

*** Deluxe Edition with Videos ***

People Love Reading Andrew Garfield Unauthorized & Uncensored

“I think he is great in Spiderman. I enjoyed reading this book too, it has all the details I need,” – Willow Alberts

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This books one of a kind. We bring you the fun, the dirt, the back story, videos, quizzes and more. The content makes this series a best buy. You will get a great insight on your favorite entertainer that you might have thought you knew a lot about.

We have created a layout that not only educates, but also entertains the readers. This makes learning finding about your favorite star fun.

Take a journey with us as we bring you closer than ever to Andrew Garfield.

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David Richard Berkowitz (Serial Killers)

by John Derossett

During the one year period between 1976 and 1977, a monster was roamng the streets of New York, terrorizing younger people. He used a .44 caliber pistol to carry out his crimes and would go on to injure 8 people and killing 6. One of the injured would not be known as a victim of the serial killer until much later. Learn the biography of David Berkowitz and who his victims were is this gripping tale of murder, the second book of a series entitled Serial Killers by author John Derossett.

Donald Trump Biography How To Survive A Bankruptcy And Be Successful

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Riverbank Dog

by John G. Fainella

As Italy emerged from World War II, the traumas of life and death overwhelmed Jaygee as a child. Rondine Nera, a talking swallow appears and recites “wisdom rhymes” while he slept on the roof of the “house of the pig”.

In Toronto, in his forties, Jaygee suffers a breakdown. He has amnesia and goes to Italy on advice from his doctor.

The town historian, who knows about Allied air strikes, the dynamiting by Germans; and the many children victims of war, helps Jaygee remember his childhood traumas.

Jaygee is visited again by Rondine Nera in the garden of the remnants of war.

So now it begins


A series of twelve (12) short stories, one per month, based upon the numerous real life adventures of an Ex-Homicide Detective and an Adventurer spanning 40 years. It tells of danger, intrigue, romance and various covert operations involving multiple foreign countries and governments. The author uses a pseudonym and after you read his stories you will understand why. He writes with an unusual easy to read methodology. You, at various times, feel the fear and in certain situations the pain while at other times you will laugh out loud. His adventures take you to Central and South America as well as Southeast Asia. He escapes one situation after another; sometimes with only minutes to spare. He embarks on a treasure hunt into the jungles of Colombia looking for an abandoned Emerald mine; avoiding Guerrillas at every turn. He is smuggled out of another country in Central America hidden in a packing crate. The adventures are never ending and include numerous comical missteps as he began his Law Enforcement career. He now states; “Live your life like you’re dying and appreciate each moment because there may be no others.” He writes his stories while listening to the Howler Monkeys and watching the Toucans land in the trees in front of his home in Central America.

Adventures in Consciousness

by Debbianne DeRose

When it comes to consciousness, we normally think there are but a few options: ordinary waking consciousness, sleep, unconsciousness such as in a coma state, and perhaps the subconscious as accessed during hypnosis. Yet, there is more, so much more, to explore! Travel vicariously with the author to the unique and wonderful Monroe Institute, where powerful sound technology and well-crafted programs facilitate personal healing and revelations about the very nature of our existence.

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