“Till We All Win” by Kelechukwu Nnabuike Onwukamike

“Till We All Win: We Are All a Work in Progress,” by Author Kelechukwu Nnabuike Onwukamike, begins to ask one question; is or should one attempt to have a successful vocation or career by themselves? “Themselves” meaning without any help or assistance from anyone! Should you try? Is it a good method for success? … More “Till We All Win” by Kelechukwu Nnabuike Onwukamike

“Almost Full Circle” by Jacqueline Greer Graham

The charming adage “home is where the heart is” holds special appeal regarding the place Jacqueline calls home. We may root ourselves in many places over the course of our lives as we grow into our experiences, but often it’s our first memories of home that pull on our heartstrings. An enchanting island in the British West Indies called Montserrat is the place Jacqueline calls home, where she spent the formative years of her life in the village of Harris, raised by her grandmother. … More “Almost Full Circle” by Jacqueline Greer Graham

“Miracles through Hell: A True Story of Holocaust Survival and Intergenerational Healing” by Jerry M. Elman

“Miracles Through Hell: A True Story of Holocaust Survival and Intergenerational Healing,” is a necessary read for all, especially during our current times where there are people who want us to believe that the Holocaust never happened. We also need to make sure that history does not repeat itself. The author also dispels some misperceptions and misunderstandings that were associated with what happened during this time. … More “Miracles through Hell: A True Story of Holocaust Survival and Intergenerational Healing” by Jerry M. Elman

“Vietnam Was a Just War” by Joe Abodeely

Mr. (Colonel) Abodeely has written a very compelling and authoritative memoir of his Vietnam combat experience. It is a wide-ranging appeal to public opinion and history, asserting that the Vietnam War was not a mistake. Abodeely contends the war was really a United States victory that was stolen by Communist sympathizers, liberal Democrats, the media, (particularly Walter Cronkite) and idealistic students who lacked a “keen sense of geopolitical understanding.” … More “Vietnam Was a Just War” by Joe Abodeely

“The Eighteen Years that Didn’t Change Anything” by Enrico Tesla

For me personally, I find the idea of looking back and reflecting on why a relationship did not work, from his perspectives, to be fascinating. I think readers will also find this to be very interesting, whether they are going through the trauma of a breakup, or even musing as to why they were not picked to be someone’s mate. Rejection hurts! Nevertheless, it might be helpful to not take it so personally if we can look at it through the eyes of how our society operates. … More “The Eighteen Years that Didn’t Change Anything” by Enrico Tesla

Meet the Author! A Conversation with Bruce McCombs, Author of “How to Be Happy on Mondays”

Bruce McCombs is an alum of Oracle Corporation, an expert in enterprise software sales, and is an award winning certified coach, through the International Coaching Federation, helping sales leaders improve their performance.

Bruce published his first book, How to Become a $1 Million Enterprise Sales Leader in 2020. How to be Happy on Mondays is his latest book, published in June 2022.

Bruce is a decorated ballroom dancer, mentor, philanthropist, and speaker. His favorite title is servant leader. … More Meet the Author! A Conversation with Bruce McCombs, Author of “How to Be Happy on Mondays”