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ABOUT AUTHOR: Jennifer Imediegwu is a wife and mom, who also enjoys a robust professional life as an Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A native of Detroit, Jennifer graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy with a policy concentration in Education from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. She went on to receive her Juris Doctorate from University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville, Tennessee. Jennifer…See More
Following a career in educational publishing and technology, Vincent James Vezza began writing a number of short stories. He uses the pseudonym of Jackson Badgenoone, pronounced Badge-no-one, for full-length works. In this new book, Neverborn, Jackson, is able to share the story of Rachael, a woman who deals with often-silenced issues of devastating loss, and extraordinary bereavementSee More
Teresa Irizarry is the author of Rekindled, a 17th century historical fiction. Her skills in writing and technical trouble isolation were gained in a corporate research setting. She learned how to deal with cold, snow and ice to race in the Iditasport, a 100 mile race in winter Alaska that she finished in the cycling division in 1999. She learned related history from her mother's genealogical research, pastors that taught church history at the college level in the Catholic and Baptist…See More
"1. It reminds me of scripture that talks about the Lord bring a strong tower, where the righteous run to and are safe. Running and safe reminds me of a runner at a baseball game, dashing for the next base, or even home plate, and the ref yells and…"
ABOUT AUTHOR: Twila Belk, aka The Gotta Tell Somebody Gal, is a writer and speaker who loves braggin’ on God. She enjoys laughing and promoting laughter, but even more than that, she’s passionate about shining the light on her amazing Lord.Twila's seventh book—The Power to be: Be Still, Be Grateful, Be Strong, Be Courageous, Raindrops from Heaven: Gentle Reminders of God’s Power, Presence, and Purpose.In addition to writing and speaking, she enjoys teaching at writers conferences across the…See More
Dear TBCNers,Something NEW and we hope you love it?In the interest of making life simple for our readers and cutting down on all the emails, we thought, why not have a group where all you had to do was join? Just join this group and you will receive notifications when we have a free e-book promotion, or something of interest for you. We will not have discussions, contests, reviews or other tasks, just emails whenever we have something free for you, to go and get.Our goal is to sell promotions…See More
I went out this morning at 6:00 to water my plants (irrigation system broke) and it was 90. Not much of a drop during the night. I didn't keep the doors open awhile like I usually do. My outdoor thermometer only goes up to 120. Hope it doesn't break!
I would rather be hot than cold. My mind goes out of existence when I'm cold. Everything is numb. I still walk down the street to the mail box every day. I keep my AC on 85 all the time. Well, nearly all the time. It seems to run more in the evening and I don't like the direct air on me, so by bed time, my AC is set on 88. I leave it at that all night and all the next morning, then turn it to 85 and start my cycle all over again.