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By David Karmes

This is my experience in the early Vietnam War as a non-combat soldier in the United States Air Force. It is about a very special and secret aircraft that I was involved in the early set-up of the project called “The Patricia Lynn Project”. It will cover my experiences throughout the year and those of the aircraft I worked on during the year. It also covers the people I worked with and for during that year. It will cover the battle damage to the aircraft and many experiences as told by the pilots. It also tells of my experiences in the country of Vietnam, including my own leisure time. It tells detailed information about the special modifications of the aircraft and the importance of the aircraft in the entire Vietnam War.


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By Frank E. Hull
This is a humorous rendition of a typical American family’s adventures (or mis-adventures) through the rigors of immigration and development from the East to the West coast of the United States during the 19th and 20th centuries.
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By David Karmes

This is my experience in the early Vietnam War as a non-combat soldier in the United States Air Force. It is about a very special and secret aircraft that I was involved in the early set-up of the project called “The Patricia Lynn Project”. It will cover my experiences throughout the year and those of the aircraft I worked on during the year. It also covers the people I worked with and for during that year. It will cover the battle damage to the aircraft and many experiences as told by the pilots. It also tells of my experiences in the country of Vietnam, including my own leisure time. It tells detailed information about the special modifications of the aircraft and the importance of the aircraft in the entire Vietnam War.


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By Gary P. Perkins
In the 1950s, young business students were taught to hire on with a large corporation, climb from entry level up the ladder one step at a time until one reached their career goal. Though author Gary P. Perkins lacked an advanced degree from a prestigious institution of higher education, he had a great advantage. He hailed from a long line of hard-rock miners who had pounded through granite in Britain and later, soft limestone when they harvested the precious minerals of America in the nineteenth century. He knew, firsthand, the value and rewards of hard work.

In Above the Grass¸ he narrates the story of his personal journey and his business accomplishments, including background about his family history and his English/Cornish roots—from childhood and youth, to service in the US Navy, to business college, his career path, marriage, birth of children, personal challenges, and retirement.

Perkins’s story covers his journey from an entry-level position in 1961 to corporate president in 1980, despite a burden of alcoholism that progressed at about the same rate. When he realized he couldn’t win the battle with the bottle, he entered and completed a treatment program and has been in recovery since. Throughout the story, Above the Grass communicates the mainstays of Perkins’ life, values inherited from his ancestors and nurtured by his family and small town.

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By Nancy Kruithof O’Farrell

At age thirty-four, life for author Nancy Kruithof O’Farrell already seemed futile, and she was convinced she would die by suicide. But God’s grace intervened, and O’Farrell embarked on a journey of healing. In Endless Waves: A Story of Grace, she shares her life story and reveals the details of her struggles.

Through narrative, journal entries, counselor’s notes, poems and scriptures, and waves of grace, this memoir tells more than a story of abuse, addiction, and relationship issues. It shares the specific, detailed steps that aided O’Farrell’s healing. She shares how she was redeemed by God’s power and love, and she offers encouragement for others who face the same challenges.

Praise for Endless Waves: A Story of Grace

“It’s amazing that a woman so filled with shame and self-loathing since childhood, whose only safety from horrific sexual abuse and pastoral exploitation was strong walls of self-protection, could step from behind that barricade and bare her soul. Nancy O’Farrell does so with grace, honesty, and eloquence … The story is heartbreaking and uplifting. Clearly, God continued to pursue this wounded, desperate woman and never stopped moving her toward healing. God showered her with endless waves.”

—Marnie Ferree, Author, No Stones: Women Redeemed From Sexual Addictions; Director, Bethesda Workshops, Nashville, Tennessee


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By Virginia Wink Hilton

Memories: Many Roads to Home

The First Phase: The Texas Years

This memoir tells stories of the roads traveled and the inner journey of a little girl as she grows up in Texas.


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By Gary P. Perkins
In the 1950s, young business students were taught to hire on with a large corporation, climb from entry level up the ladder one step at a time until one reached their career goal. Though author Gary P. Perkins lacked an advanced degree from a prestigious institution of higher education, he had a great advantage. He hailed from a long line of hard-rock miners who had pounded through granite in Britain and later, soft limestone when they harvested the precious minerals of America in the nineteenth century. He knew, firsthand, the value and rewards of hard work.

In Above the Grass¸ he narrates the story of his personal journey and his business accomplishments, including background about his family history and his English/Cornish roots—from childhood and youth, to service in the US Navy, to business college, his career path, marriage, birth of children, personal challenges, and retirement.

Perkins’s story covers his journey from an entry-level position in 1961 to corporate president in 1980, despite a burden of alcoholism that progressed at about the same rate. When he realized he couldn’t win the battle with the bottle, he entered and completed a treatment program and has been in recovery since. Throughout the story, Above the Grass communicates the mainstays of Perkins’ life, values inherited from his ancestors and nurtured by his family and small town.

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By Frank E. Hull
This is a humorous rendition of a typical American family’s adventures (or mis-adventures) through the rigors of immigration and development from the East to the West coast of the United States during the 19th and 20th centuries.
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By Nancy Kruithof O’Farrell

At age thirty-four, life for author Nancy Kruithof O’Farrell already seemed futile, and she was convinced she would die by suicide. But God’s grace intervened, and O’Farrell embarked on a journey of healing. In Endless Waves: A Story of Grace, she shares her life story and reveals the details of her struggles.

Through narrative, journal entries, counselor’s notes, poems and scriptures, and waves of grace, this memoir tells more than a story of abuse, addiction, and relationship issues. It shares the specific, detailed steps that aided O’Farrell’s healing. She shares how she was redeemed by God’s power and love, and she offers encouragement for others who face the same challenges.

Praise for Endless Waves: A Story of Grace

“It’s amazing that a woman so filled with shame and self-loathing since childhood, whose only safety from horrific sexual abuse and pastoral exploitation was strong walls of self-protection, could step from behind that barricade and bare her soul. Nancy O’Farrell does so with grace, honesty, and eloquence … The story is heartbreaking and uplifting. Clearly, God continued to pursue this wounded, desperate woman and never stopped moving her toward healing. God showered her with endless waves.”

—Marnie Ferree, Author, No Stones: Women Redeemed From Sexual Addictions; Director, Bethesda Workshops, Nashville, Tennessee


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By Nancy Kruithof O’Farrell

At age thirty-four, life for author Nancy Kruithof O’Farrell already seemed futile, and she was convinced she would die by suicide. But God’s grace intervened, and O’Farrell embarked on a journey of healing. In Endless Waves: A Story of Grace, she shares her life story and reveals the details of her struggles.

Through narrative, journal entries, counselor’s notes, poems and scriptures, and waves of grace, this memoir tells more than a story of abuse, addiction, and relationship issues. It shares the specific, detailed steps that aided O’Farrell’s healing. She shares how she was redeemed by God’s power and love, and she offers encouragement for others who face the same challenges.

Praise for Endless Waves: A Story of Grace

“It’s amazing that a woman so filled with shame and self-loathing since childhood, whose only safety from horrific sexual abuse and pastoral exploitation was strong walls of self-protection, could step from behind that barricade and bare her soul. Nancy O’Farrell does so with grace, honesty, and eloquence … The story is heartbreaking and uplifting. Clearly, God continued to pursue this wounded, desperate woman and never stopped moving her toward healing. God showered her with endless waves.”

—Marnie Ferree, Author, No Stones: Women Redeemed From Sexual Addictions; Director, Bethesda Workshops, Nashville, Tennessee


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By Virginia Wink Hilton

Memories: Many Roads to Home

The First Phase: The Texas Years

This memoir tells stories of the roads traveled and the inner journey of a little girl as she grows up in Texas.


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By Peter Marmureanu

When Peter Marmureanu started learning tennis in communist-held Romania, he was ten years old, playing barefoot on clay courts, swinging a wooden paddle that served as a racket. Eight years later, as a member of Romania’s Davis Cup team, Marmureanu was traveling side by side with Ilie Nastase and Ion Tiriac to the world’s capitals playing tournaments in Cairo, Monte Carlo, Paris, London, Moscow, and scores of other cities.

In Beyond My Dreams, Marmureanu recounts his life story and how he was forced to become a designated courier for the Securitate, traveling with packets of top-secret documents concealed in his racket cover for delivery to Romanian embassies. In a last-minute flight to freedom that sounds like an espionage thriller, Marmureanu narrates how he made his escape. But even in America, where Donald Rumsfeld and President Gerald Ford helped secure his citizenship, he lived for many years under FBI protection, carrying a handgun for his own safety, knowing the danger that loomed over Romania’s defectors and what might happen if he ever went back. And yet, for the sake of his family, Marmureanu risked a return—witnessing, firsthand, the initial moments of insurrection preceding the fall of an evil regime.

In this memoir—filled with intrigue, courage, and defiance—Marmureanu tells how he escaped one of the most repressive regimes on earth—the incredible but true adventure of one man’s flight to freedom.


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By Ralston G. Bishop

The son of a single parent, a black Jamaican woman who was a poor domestic worker, author Ralston G. Bishop narrates the story of his life in Acceptance is the Beginning of Change.

From his birth in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, in 1974, to growing up poor in the parish of St Ann, to turning to crime, to spending time in prison, Bishop shares his journey and discusses the lessons he’s learned along the way. Now a farmer and a poet, he reflects on poverty and its far-reaching effect on people, and he tells of the importance of having complete faith and trust in God.

From rags to riches and from riches to rags, this memoir shares Bishop’s story as he learns to accept the regrets of his past and come to terms with a new present and future. Honest and disclosing, Acceptance is the Beginning of Change communicates that it’s not about what one lacks in life, it is about what one has. It’s not about the mistakes—it’s about the lessons gained.


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By Joseph K. Chan


About the Book

Joseph Chan was born with two rather restrictive birth defects. One of them is a generic eye disease known as Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), which is progressive with age. The second one is Paroxysmal Kinesigenic Dyskinesia (PKD), an involuntary muscular spasm brought on by other sudden movements such as standing up from a sitting position; a condition that actually lessens with age. In The Way I See It, Mr. Chan talks candidly about the challenges of growing up with both of these birth defects and his discovery that even in the face of such challenges, with God's love and perseverance, there is hope.

Growing up in a family where emotions were seldom expressed, he fought day in and day out to be normal because that was what his parents expected from him. His childhood was challenging, not only because he lagged behind his fellow students in learning skills, but also because he faced the stigma of being different. Ridiculed for being slow and clumsy, he developed low self-esteem. But the silver lining was that despite having such burdens stacked against him, these challenges taught him not only survival skills but also brought insights on important life issues like finding his true path in life.

The Way I See It is Joseph Chan's inspiring spiritual journey to discover his life's purpose and to share the hope and inspiration that he has found with those who might also benefit from it.


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By Peter Marmureanu

When Peter Marmureanu started learning tennis in communist-held Romania, he was ten years old, playing barefoot on clay courts, swinging a wooden paddle that served as a racket. Eight years later, as a member of Romania’s Davis Cup team, Marmureanu was traveling side by side with Ilie Nastase and Ion Tiriac to the world’s capitals playing tournaments in Cairo, Monte Carlo, Paris, London, Moscow, and scores of other cities.

In Beyond My Dreams, Marmureanu recounts his life story and how he was forced to become a designated courier for the Securitate, traveling with packets of top-secret documents concealed in his racket cover for delivery to Romanian embassies. In a last-minute flight to freedom that sounds like an espionage thriller, Marmureanu narrates how he made his escape. But even in America, where Donald Rumsfeld and President Gerald Ford helped secure his citizenship, he lived for many years under FBI protection, carrying a handgun for his own safety, knowing the danger that loomed over Romania’s defectors and what might happen if he ever went back. And yet, for the sake of his family, Marmureanu risked a return—witnessing, firsthand, the initial moments of insurrection preceding the fall of an evil regime.

In this memoir—filled with intrigue, courage, and defiance—Marmureanu tells how he escaped one of the most repressive regimes on earth—the incredible but true adventure of one man’s flight to freedom.


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