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By Albert Schriber

In 1968, Joseph is concerned he will be selected in the draft lottery and sent to Army boot camp like his brother-in-law. He left home at the early age of fifteen years old to escape a troubled family life, drug addicted mother and an abusive alcoholic step-father.

Before his break away, Joseph and his mother lived for several years moving to different locations for safety. Joseph's living conditions contributed to his dislike of learning, thereby he dropped out of high school and decided to join the Navy to make a better life for himself during the Vietnam Era.

His first experiences in boot camp and training are unpleasant reminders of his abusive past but later during this decade of adventures in the Navy, Joseph becomes aware that his journey will be filled with new discoveries and loaded with life choices. He learns from many positive male role models during his travels, but John McCain remains his favorite.

He shares a brief romance with an old friend in Barcelona, Spain before he returns to the United States after three long cruises on the USS John F. Kennedy.

What life lessons will Joseph discover? Will he make the right decisions?

Nearing the end of his enlistment, Joseph decides to leave Jacksonville, Florida and the United States Navy with tremendously more than he started with a decade ago. Married, a college graduate, two daughters and almost a lifetime of choices and education packed into his naval career. Joseph will take his family and experience, move back to New Orleans begin his new civilian life. Joseph still has memories of his painful early years and even has new sorrows from this Navy adventure, but he has a reasonably optimistic view of his future. Many of Joseph's friends and others encouraged him not to leave military service, but he knows the time has come to move on to his many more adventures ahead.


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By Lama Muhammad
There is a land, far away and mysterious,
A land filled with antiquities and statues,
A land of secret parties and strong women.
It is a land of continuous war and
outstanding celebrations!

A land that “Lama” wrote about :

"Imagine if I kissed you secretly
Then whispered to you:
Don’t tell anyone!
Do you like the tale?
And imagine if you walked away,
with your kiss, like a curse:
Sleeping no more,
Eating no more,
Drinking no more,
Fishing for the sound of the kiss
And once upon a poem, on a night of
a full treason, I abandoned you.
What would you do?
Now that you are the (hostage) of a kiss!
You ask me:
Why do you write about love, are you amorous?
Do you know that I kissed “home” secretly?
Do you know that home is (hostage)
to numerous kisses,
And treason is not a habit of the yearning?"


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By Lama Muhammad
There is a land, far away and mysterious,
A land filled with antiquities and statues,
A land of secret parties and strong women.
It is a land of continuous war and
outstanding celebrations!

A land that “Lama” wrote about :

"Imagine if I kissed you secretly
Then whispered to you:
Don’t tell anyone!
Do you like the tale?
And imagine if you walked away,
with your kiss, like a curse:
Sleeping no more,
Eating no more,
Drinking no more,
Fishing for the sound of the kiss
And once upon a poem, on a night of
a full treason, I abandoned you.
What would you do?
Now that you are the (hostage) of a kiss!
You ask me:
Why do you write about love, are you amorous?
Do you know that I kissed “home” secretly?
Do you know that home is (hostage)
to numerous kisses,
And treason is not a habit of the yearning?"


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By Lama Muhammad
There is a land, far away and mysterious,
A land filled with antiquities and statues,
A land of secret parties and strong women.
It is a land of continuous war and
outstanding celebrations!

A land that “Lama” wrote about :

"Imagine if I kissed you secretly
Then whispered to you:
Don’t tell anyone!
Do you like the tale?
And imagine if you walked away,
with your kiss, like a curse:
Sleeping no more,
Eating no more,
Drinking no more,
Fishing for the sound of the kiss
And once upon a poem, on a night of
a full treason, I abandoned you.
What would you do?
Now that you are the (hostage) of a kiss!
You ask me:
Why do you write about love, are you amorous?
Do you know that I kissed “home” secretly?
Do you know that home is (hostage)
to numerous kisses,
And treason is not a habit of the yearning?"


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By Bill Sinock

TRUST is the single act that will regain mankind's delightful happiness.

All of man’s despair is caused by a single act of MISTRUST.


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By E. C. Herbert N.C. McGrath

Brigham Young had been chosen as the new leader of the Mormon Church after the murder of Joseph Smith. One of Young’s directives would be to lead his followers to a land where they could live without being persecuted for their beliefs. In 1847, Randy Maxwell and his wife Annabelle were part of the wagon train of pioneers.

Choosing not to settle in the Salt Lake Basin with the others, Maxwell continued north to a place called Jackson Hole. He purchased several thousand acres of land that bordered a river where he established the Triple R Ranch. His parcel also abutted land owned by Frank Dalton who had ventured there a year earlier. At the time, the two men entered into a gentlemen’s agreement regarding a 500-acre piece of pasture that contained a natural spring. But with no deed or witness to the gentlemen’s handshake deal, when times get tough the open pastures would give way to gunpowder and barb wire fences and a bloody and contentious feud developed.

More than 150 years later, it takes a chance purchase and a writer searching for her next best-selling novel to sort out the feud. A twisted trail of greed follows Jan and her new husband Dillon as they dig into the past to determine who rightfully owns the land.


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By Sid J. Truscott

It is August 1929 and for weeks, there has been no rain in Athebasca Landing. Jack Bishop is a militarist who enjoys his lively discussions about the Great War with his pacifist friend, Dr. Blackwood. But when duty calls, Colonel Bishop quickly steps into his role as a fire-ranger assigned to protect the forests along the Pembina River. As a fire rages, Bishop falls ill. Now his life lies in the hands of Dr. Blackwood and a devoted German nurse, Ms. Nobil, also known as Hedwig.

After Nurse Hedwig prepares Bishop’s wife for the worst, he makes a miraculous recovery and must give his nurse credit for her vigilant care, despite Bishop’s hatred of Germans. As he continues to recover and immerses himself in his work and politics, he knows he will be forever indebted to Hedwig for keeping him alive. But when Hedwig is kidnapped by Rodnunsky—a blood-sucking octopus from Chicago—Geislinger is sent on a dangerous mission to America to find the nurse and hopefully rescue her from her abductor.

In this historical story, two distinct worlds collide in 1929 when a German nurse is kidnapped and life comes full circle as her fate rests with an unlikely hero.


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By Marilou Tomblin
It is 1965 in Palo Alto, California, and drama teachers Ted and Excy Wallace are thrilled to finally receive an insurance settlement that will allow the rebuilding of their fire-ravaged Shakespearean Theatre and Learning Centre. With plans to celebrate the Centre’s opening with an event for the entire community, the Wallaces begin to unite all those behind the scenes who will help make their dreams a reality.

After Ted leaves for Los Angeles to secure a deal so his troupe can work during the rebuilding, Excy learns from her sister-in-law that his trip may not be about business after all. While a powerful and seductive woman tries to destroy their marriage, Excy turns her focus to an upcoming meeting with Hal Sonderson, an independent movie studio owner and family friend. Hal wants Ted to help write and Excy to act in his next movie, a retro musical of the Roaring Twenties in Hollywood. Only time will tell if the twists and turns in the Wallace’s life together will divide or unify them and their family.

In this intriguing tale set during the turbulent sixties in America, four generations of a wealthy California family are unwittingly intertwined by their love for Shakespearean theatre and the Roaring Twenties.

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By Sid J. Truscott

It is August 1929 and for weeks, there has been no rain in Athebasca Landing. Jack Bishop is a militarist who enjoys his lively discussions about the Great War with his pacifist friend, Dr. Blackwood. But when duty calls, Colonel Bishop quickly steps into his role as a fire-ranger assigned to protect the forests along the Pembina River. As a fire rages, Bishop falls ill. Now his life lies in the hands of Dr. Blackwood and a devoted German nurse, Ms. Nobil, also known as Hedwig.

After Nurse Hedwig prepares Bishop’s wife for the worst, he makes a miraculous recovery and must give his nurse credit for her vigilant care, despite Bishop’s hatred of Germans. As he continues to recover and immerses himself in his work and politics, he knows he will be forever indebted to Hedwig for keeping him alive. But when Hedwig is kidnapped by Rodnunsky—a blood-sucking octopus from Chicago—Geislinger is sent on a dangerous mission to America to find the nurse and hopefully rescue her from her abductor.

In this historical story, two distinct worlds collide in 1929 when a German nurse is kidnapped and life comes full circle as her fate rests with an unlikely hero.


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By Sid J. Truscott

It is August 1929 and for weeks, there has been no rain in Athebasca Landing. Jack Bishop is a militarist who enjoys his lively discussions about the Great War with his pacifist friend, Dr. Blackwood. But when duty calls, Colonel Bishop quickly steps into his role as a fire-ranger assigned to protect the forests along the Pembina River. As a fire rages, Bishop falls ill. Now his life lies in the hands of Dr. Blackwood and a devoted German nurse, Ms. Nobil, also known as Hedwig.

After Nurse Hedwig prepares Bishop’s wife for the worst, he makes a miraculous recovery and must give his nurse credit for her vigilant care, despite Bishop’s hatred of Germans. As he continues to recover and immerses himself in his work and politics, he knows he will be forever indebted to Hedwig for keeping him alive. But when Hedwig is kidnapped by Rodnunsky—a blood-sucking octopus from Chicago—Geislinger is sent on a dangerous mission to America to find the nurse and hopefully rescue her from her abductor.

In this historical story, two distinct worlds collide in 1929 when a German nurse is kidnapped and life comes full circle as her fate rests with an unlikely hero.


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By Marilou Tomblin
It is 1965 in Palo Alto, California, and drama teachers Ted and Excy Wallace are thrilled to finally receive an insurance settlement that will allow the rebuilding of their fire-ravaged Shakespearean Theatre and Learning Centre. With plans to celebrate the Centre’s opening with an event for the entire community, the Wallaces begin to unite all those behind the scenes who will help make their dreams a reality.

After Ted leaves for Los Angeles to secure a deal so his troupe can work during the rebuilding, Excy learns from her sister-in-law that his trip may not be about business after all. While a powerful and seductive woman tries to destroy their marriage, Excy turns her focus to an upcoming meeting with Hal Sonderson, an independent movie studio owner and family friend. Hal wants Ted to help write and Excy to act in his next movie, a retro musical of the Roaring Twenties in Hollywood. Only time will tell if the twists and turns in the Wallace’s life together will divide or unify them and their family.

In this intriguing tale set during the turbulent sixties in America, four generations of a wealthy California family are unwittingly intertwined by their love for Shakespearean theatre and the Roaring Twenties.

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By Marilou Tomblin
It is 1965 in Palo Alto, California, and drama teachers Ted and Excy Wallace are thrilled to finally receive an insurance settlement that will allow the rebuilding of their fire-ravaged Shakespearean Theatre and Learning Centre. With plans to celebrate the Centre’s opening with an event for the entire community, the Wallaces begin to unite all those behind the scenes who will help make their dreams a reality.

After Ted leaves for Los Angeles to secure a deal so his troupe can work during the rebuilding, Excy learns from her sister-in-law that his trip may not be about business after all. While a powerful and seductive woman tries to destroy their marriage, Excy turns her focus to an upcoming meeting with Hal Sonderson, an independent movie studio owner and family friend. Hal wants Ted to help write and Excy to act in his next movie, a retro musical of the Roaring Twenties in Hollywood. Only time will tell if the twists and turns in the Wallace’s life together will divide or unify them and their family.

In this intriguing tale set during the turbulent sixties in America, four generations of a wealthy California family are unwittingly intertwined by their love for Shakespearean theatre and the Roaring Twenties.

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By Paul A. Newman

Tragedy strikes the Geauga County Maple Festival when a local judge is found murdered. Although the event is crowded with townsfolk, one man says the wrong thing and ends up the county’s most wanted. He is president of the maple festival, Fred Newman, and he suddenly finds himself under arrest by the Chief of Police.

Fred is an attorney in the small town of Chardon, and although he may be a prime suspect, he’s thankfully not alone. Several of the townspeople are called before the court, and Fred takes it upon himself to represent his fellow citizens. However, he soon seems even more suspicious when he represents another attorney, which only causes additional small town trouble.

Despite the cloud that has settled over Geauga County, Fred continues his duties as President of the maple festival. He takes his responsibilities seriously, but how can he run a successful event when half the attendees think he might be a murderer? It’ll take further investigation and the help of a local police officer to clear Fred’s name and save the famous celebration.


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By Paul A. Newman

Tragedy strikes the Geauga County Maple Festival when a local judge is found murdered. Although the event is crowded with townsfolk, one man says the wrong thing and ends up the county’s most wanted. He is president of the maple festival, Fred Newman, and he suddenly finds himself under arrest by the Chief of Police.

Fred is an attorney in the small town of Chardon, and although he may be a prime suspect, he’s thankfully not alone. Several of the townspeople are called before the court, and Fred takes it upon himself to represent his fellow citizens. However, he soon seems even more suspicious when he represents another attorney, which only causes additional small town trouble.

Despite the cloud that has settled over Geauga County, Fred continues his duties as President of the maple festival. He takes his responsibilities seriously, but how can he run a successful event when half the attendees think he might be a murderer? It’ll take further investigation and the help of a local police officer to clear Fred’s name and save the famous celebration.


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By Wesley Miller and Jeff Callan
Present day:

Sterling Morris reaches across the aisle to select Kaki Smithson as his Presidential running mate, uniting a polarized nation. But when an assassin’s bullet leaves the new President critically wounded in New Orleans’ Charity Hospital, tenacious journalist Ronnie Tamlin set her sights on a conspiracy and gives it a name: The BENEFACTORS - an organization that may have orchestrated Kaki’s rise to power and Sterling’s fall – and the consequences may prove fatal.

Flashback to 1945:

WWII is coming to a close. The Nazis and the Japanese have looted their empires and are secreting vast treasure. Leading the ranks of the OSS, three brazen agents, Herbert Mannington, Anthony Laperose, and Charles Constantine aid the U.S. to victory and in doing so, commandeer unimaginable wealth. As the world rebuilds, these well-intentioned renegades remain determined to establish a new world order while the pull of unfettered power begins to erode their sense of direction.

The Gold Factor, the first in the series and based on real events, is a twisting tale of intrigue that follows the rise of The BENEFACTORS, the legacy of a man who would see them stopped dead in their tracks, and the lives of four women entangled in a plot to assassinate a modern-day President.

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