"#1. I am not sure they realize they ARE going through a metamorphosis. I wonder if it isn't like us growing up and developing or growing older. If they might realize it, I am sure it is with wonder and awe. A Dr told me years ago, after a bone…"
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…See More
George M. Weaver (born 1950) is an attorney in Atlanta, Georgia. He has written numerous Christian and legal materials. His new book is "The Significant Life: Overcoming Your Fear of Being Unnoticed and Forgotten." This book brings a Christian answer to the near-universal need and struggle of people to be known, appreciated, influential, and remembered. His legal materials include a book called "Handbook on the Prosecution of Obscenity Cases." George is married to LeAnne Weaver and they are…See More
"#3. I am a water person for sure. We used to go to Lake Michigan yearly, but family responsibilities has put an end to that. We do take day trips to Lake Huron now. At Lake Huron we swim and hunt for Petoskey stones. I also love to lie on the…"
"#3. I have been to Plymouth Rock about 30 years ago. What I remember most, is the size, it was quite a bit smaller than I expected. I would like to go back again. Please enter me in the drawing for the audiobook. Thank you."
I wanted to p0st my review in as many places as possible. Here is my review:A Crazy Optimist, by Anne Greene is a very easy read. It kept my interest throughout the book. It is actually a novella and less than 100 pages long. Because of the shortness of the book, the characters cannot be as fully fleshed out as in a true novel, but she does a great job. The main character, Sparkle, is full of life and very optimistic. The other main character is her friend who is a bit more reserved.The story…See 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
"Question 3: Yes, sometimes I do judge a book by it's cover. If the cover looks like no one took the time to make it look good, I figure the writing isn't that good either. A cover that looks like a poor drawing is an example of a book I…"
I am stoked that so many of your have asked to be friends with me. I am relatively new to the book club and have written several articles for the magazine labeled "My Patchwork Childhood." They chronicle my growing up years in Alaska right after WWII and read like "Little House on the Prairie." My first book is called "Who Told You That You Were Naked?" It is not a racy novel but a reexamination of the first chapters of Genesis. If you go to my website, www.williamcombsauthor.com, you can listen to an audio sample from the book. Enjoy, :o) Bill
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