“Be a J.E.D.I. Leader, Not a Boss” by Omar L. Harris

In a galaxy close, close to home, we are suffering a dark, dark time in leadership.  The toxic practices, the current status quo and dark forces of leadership threaten to continue persisting, unless rebel forces rise up and become the J.E.D.I. leaders the world needs. … More “Be a J.E.D.I. Leader, Not a Boss” by Omar L. Harris

“The System of Nature in the 21st Century” by Bob Almada

“The System of Nature in the 21st Century” by Bob Almada seeks to direct readers to abandon false theological doctrines and pursue righteousness through science, logic, and intellect. By examining nature, we can discover why there is so much suffering and corruption in the world and finally, return to our natural selves: inherently good individuals who will be happiest if we do good for others as well as ourselves. … More “The System of Nature in the 21st Century” by Bob Almada

“How to Feed a Horse” by Janice Dewey

“How to Feed a Horse” is now the fourth book of poetry that caused me to absolutely love the imagination of the author. Not only does Janice Dewey have a strong voice that comes through loud and clear, she also has a wry attitude and offers up lines that can cause a smile to form on your face in less than a second. But it doesn’t end there. In fact, this poet’s tune was sung extremely well when it came to the ‘showing’ of animals, as well as describing the relationships that occur between humans and nature – the bonds that are formed and how we can understand each other better with just her words or a simple action. … More “How to Feed a Horse” by Janice Dewey

“You Are Enough” by Charlene Wheeless

“You Are Enough: Reclaiming Your Career and Your Life with Purpose, Passion and Unapologetic Authenticity” is an uplifting and moving memoir by renowned businesswoman and communications visionary Charlene Wheeless. In this absorbing book, the author shares her experiences and struggles as she climbed the cooperate ladder and her journey while battling breast cancer. … More “You Are Enough” by Charlene Wheeless

“Albobonnae’s Way” by Bella Rayne

I have to say that I was drawn into this story right from the start. When Serena spoke of Castle Fay, it always sounded magical. Once she arrived to spend an indefinite amount of time with Aunt Sylvie in hopes of finally being able to move on with her life, I felt that Castle Fay may very well be the key to help Serena finally heal her broken heart. It wasn’t until one crazy occurrence after another started happening, I had to wonder if staying at Castle Fay was the smartest move after all. … More “Albobonnae’s Way” by Bella Rayne

“Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess” by Dan E. Hendrickson

Master Shaolin priests, stories of the far East, the practice of Tai Chi, pirates, slave traders and Her Majesty’s British Naval forces combine to bring the Pirates of the Caribbean more realistically to life within the pages of “Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess.” From ship captains and tavern owners, to death curses and sea battle, this story uses romance and family to anchor readers firmly to the story.  … More “Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess” by Dan E. Hendrickson