We are a strange breed of animal, running around glued to our screens and social medias. We hardly notice anything real anymore. Our friends are a number on a webpage, and the only way that we know if someone is into us, is if they like our post, photo or status. We’ve become digital. Emotional wrecks of capital letters and emojis. We live and breathe for notifications.
Our knowledge comes from Google, not experience. Our rebellions and resistances happen on webpages. We fight people that we don’t even know.
Relationships are a battlefield for the loyal and good-hearted. We care more about pouty lips and bulging abs than we do about homeless veterans, wars, freedom, and morality. We’d rather make fun of you, than have fun with you. We’d rather tear you down than to let others see our own weaknesses. We’d rather hate, than love.
This book is a collaboration of my social/humor blog.
Most everyone remembers one of the darkest days in American history November 22, 1963 the day President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas Texas. And most remember the young man accused of the horrible crime Lee Harvey Oswald. What many of you might not have ever heard about was a mysteries man by the name of George de Mohrenschildt who became a best known friend and mentor to Lee Harvey Oswald in the critical time period leading up to the assassination.
Our new book brings out the details of this friendship. Many details never before revealed until now. After close research and study in the Hague the Netherlands of Dutch journalist Willem Oltmans personal files and archives of his ten-year investigation into George de Mohrenschildt and the Kennedy assassination our newly released award-winning book “Walking The Razor’s Edge: The Dutchman and The Baron” is available. This is one story you don’t want to miss!! Our new book has been awarded the Gold Badge 5 STAR Editorial Review from The International Review of Books of Dublin Ireland.
Love can be better the second time around. And so can the sex.
When she worked with Detective Steve Morrity two years ago as a member of a drug task force, Jenny Jasik couldn’t deny the pull of a very strong attraction that went both ways. Then the case ended, but they both realized it was still too soon to act on the chemistry.
Emotional wounds were still too fresh and raw, so they had followed their heads, not their hearts. Now, they’ve tossed logic out the window, and they’re ready to give love a chance.
But when Jenny’s flower shop is burglarized and Steve’s boss reminds him that it is against policy for an officer to date a victim of a crime, is it a sign it’s not meant to be – or can they find happiness together?
Could a hidden symbol in the dollar bill hold the key to who is behind
a plan to control 200 billion + dollars estimated wealth of the Holy See?
Barricades surrounded St. Peter’s Basilica the scene of a gruesome murder of the head of the Vatican Bank Alonso Garibaldi Poggiani. With the unexpected election of the first Jesuit Pope many inside the church wonder if the rumors might be true. Existence of a code of instructions found in the Monita Secreta, an ancient document, alleged to laying down the methods to be adopted by the Jesuits for the increase of its power and influence worldwide. Cardinal McKenna once again calls on his friend Anthony Andruccioli to help him and the Vatican solve who is behind the death.
Would the Vatican be able fine the people responsible? With the first Jesuit Pope ever to be elected many fear what it could mean to the future of the Catholic Church. Jesuits are the largest Order of priests within the church and considered a little too practical, a little too independent, and a little too powerful for its own good.
“The Serpent’s Disciple”
In The Serpent’s Disciple, a conspiracy thriller, an ancient evil threatens to take over the Catholic Church and use it to create a New World Order. Peter Romanus, the Grand Master of the secret masonic order known as Propaganda Due, sets in motion the plot to kill the pope and control major world governments through the Church.
A family secret and an ancient artifact could save humankind from this diabolical leader many fear is the Antichrist. While visiting their father’s birthplace of Pesaro, Italy, the lives of Anthony and Nelli Andruccioli become entwined with the Grand Master’s plot. They learn of their family’s deep and ancient connection to Saint Anthony and that they are called to protect the Church: Nelli as the Chosen One and Anthony as one of the Guardians sworn to protect her from the false prophet. Together they must navigate the labyrinth of ancient prophecy and Vatican politics to expose the truth before it is too late.
A must-read, this wild romp of a ride is filled with angels and assholes, hilarity and divinity. With a lifetime hankering for holiness, Sunne Justice, founder of Love Daily, takes us on a potholed odyssey from Vogue to Victoria’s Secret to Burt’s Bees, from modeling to meditating, from vanity to humility and from tragic to triumphant.
Mugged by God is moving in its frankness, surprisingly funny, and a rarity of raw accountability. Dive into near-death, divorce, sex, celibacy, accidents and archangels, all while you laugh, cringe and shed a tear.
Brimming with humor and fortitude, Sunne’s uplifting story of self-discovery will inspire your own personal exploration of ego, humility, perseverance and spiritual development. This confessional memoir ignites one’s personal pursuit of evolving shame to surrender and fear to faith.
A modern-day toolbox with exactly what you need to ‘go within’, so you never have to ‘go without’ again.
Crazy Green is a true story about a house. Paul and I met at a dance club but it was a far cry from building a house together and how we spent the next ten years of our lives. Nothing was easy when we chose this stacked bag home in the small country town of Garfield, Arkansas. Some people called it a ‘dirt bag house’ but we didn’t care, we were building it from the ground up using as many recycled materials as possible and we were going to live free with no house payment. We wanted to make a one-of-kind, sustainable place off the grid, grow our own food, hunt, collect rainwater, and show everyone it could be done, but being newlyweds and living in the woods has its challenges. Not only that, the County Code Enforcement Agents tried to stop us from building, and if that wasn’t enough, family matters complicated and almost ruined our relationship, but one thing saved us. We started inviting volunteers to help out and it became a turning point for us. They brought new life and new energy when we needed it the most. After ten years, we thought an Ecovillage would be cool, but didn’t expect what happened next. We wanted to see good changes in the world by doing something different, but instead, we were the ones who were changed!
The metaphor of the supermarket – Inhuman resources -Super Cashiers is a cross-section of modern life. Forced into a task transfigured into the quintessence of our capitalist life, these characters become the personification of paranoias and neurosis. Through a proposal of unusual conversations, made up of politically incorrect answers, which challenge the civilized common sense, the super cashiers offer to see the contradictions of an orderly existence behind reiterated schemes, made of services to people, where the creativity of the human soul it dissolves in favor of an ordered sequence of actions and fragments of real life.
It’s wartime New York, 1943. Jessica Minton, an up-and-coming young stage actress, is pondering the mixed blessings of rehearsals for a play that just doesn’t seem to be jelling, the attentions of a reliable beau she isn’t quite sure she wants to marry, and playing referee for her sister and brother-in-law’s tempestuous marriage. Just as she thinks her life couldn’t get any crazier, she becomes entangled with deceit, espionage, and murder when an unsettlingly attractive stranger makes her the unwilling custodian of a mysterious package in a Manhattan stalked by fifth columnists. Those who claim to be her allies may or may not be on the level, as Jessica is shot at, nearly stabbed in the midst of a performance, and held at gun point by a Nazi double agent. As if dodging homicide were not enough, Jessica finds herself romantically torn between her boyfriend and the elusive owner of the package––either of whom could be an Axis spy. With the help of her madcap sister Liz and a smart-aleck cat Dusty, Jessica is challenged to puzzle out whom to trust, with not just her country but her own life depending on her. Romance and adventure in the vein of Susan Elia McNeal, Kathryn Miller Haines, and Rhys Bowen.
They say revenge is a dish best served cold. Meet Honesty. She is one of the most loyal women known to man. She’s given her all to her long time man and baby father Maison, only for him to constantly treat her like she means nothing. After multiple attempts to fix a tarnished relationship she grows tired of trying to mend her broken family and a broken heart. Finally it’s time to get even. All the heartache she’s endured has turned a loving loyal Honesty into a revengeful woman who is ready to settle the score and get even.
Maison “Mais” Brown grew up knowing he was that nigga. There’s not a woman in the tristate area that can resist him. Because of this he’s a bonafide hoe and proud of it. Sure he loves his baby mom but sometimes love just ain’t enough. Especially when panties are being thrown at you from every direction. Will he be able to get it together before it’s too late? Or will the pimp in him never die?
Take a ride with Honesty as she enters into a world where no one can be trusted. A world where not only men aren’t shit but neither is a scorn women. Follow this couple as they enter into the messy world of creeping.
Alicia Hawkins is back in Aspen.
Alicia Hawkins didn’t become a serial killer in the usual manner. She didn’t tear the wings off butterflies when she was a kid, and she never killed a neighbor’s cat. She even used to volunteer at the Pitkin County animal shelter, and she loved the family dog. For the most part, her childhood was perfectly normal, with no signs of anything strange in her make-up. She was a perfectly normal college student until that summer a year ago when she made the discovery that would change her life.
Now, Alicia is back, and she’s preparing to fulfill a promise she made to her late grandfather. A promise that will embolden her and secure both her and her grandfather’s sick legacies. With time running short and already involved in a major investigation, can Colorado Bureau of Investigation agent Buck Taylor and his team stop her before anyone else has to die, and will one of Buck’s oldest friends pay the ultimate price in Alicia’s quest for fame?
A young girl finds a magic crown that enables to her to tap into her true beauty as an African American girl.
A romantic comedy about friendships, flirtations, and the elusive “Fantasm!”
Hi! I’m Miranda Blake and this is my story. Well, sort of. It’s more like a twisted fairytale, if you believe in them. Except there’s no beautiful, young princess with perky breasts, perfectly coiffed hair and a sassy attitude. I’m closing in on fifty, thirty pounds overweight according to Weight Watchers, and, after nursing two kids and that bitch, gravity, doing her job, I’m lucky the ladies don’t hit my knees. The gorgeous brown mane of hair is slightly frizzy from my ridiculous attempts to recapture my youth by dyeing the hell out of it. As for sassy attitude, well, it wasn’t so long ago that I was a doormat. And the charming prince who sweeps me off my feet into the life of my dreams? I have a dog called Prince, German Shepherd, who knocks me on my ass if I’m in the way when the doorbell rings. Does that count?
“Encouraging Word For The Soul!”
A criminal genius, Prometheus has developed a terrifying system that threatens every American. It’s fifty years in the future, and high technology has created a frightening new country.
The FBI taps famous trouble-shooter Jake Benison and his beautiful partner Casandra Rivera to identify and capture Prometheus. But the cyber-criminal has unlimited technologies that hide his name and location.
Jake contacts his old friend Harold to reach the Dark Web underworld, but he and Cassandra are nearly murdered by a hired assassin in Eastern Europe. As a highly trained covert operative, Cassandra overpowers the assassin, but learns nothing.
Weeks later Jake faces death again when he’s nearly obliterated by a high-tech explosion. Seconds before the blast, Cassandra saves Jake’s life once again.
The team suspects his old friend Harold of aiding Prometheus, but Harold disappears without a trace. And the criminal genius remains a terrifying mystery, using new technologies to drive the team on a fruitless chase throughout Europe.
Driven by famine from their home in the Rif, Mohamed’s family walks to Tangier in search of a better life. But things are no better there. Eight of Mohamed’s siblings die of malnutrition and neglect, and one is killed by his father in a fit of rage. On moving to another province Mohamed learns how to charm and steal, and discovers the joys of drugs, sex and alcohol. Proud, insolent and afraid of no one, he returns to Tangier, where he is caught up in the violence of the 1952 independence riots. It is here, during a short spell in a filthy Moroccan jail, that a fellow inmate kindles Mohamed’s life-altering love of literature. ‘A true document of human desperation, shattering in its impact.’ Tennessee Williams ‘Its unrelenting realism has produced a masterpiece … In Choukri’s African Islamic coastal cities the nightmares are of fathers killing children and the agony of hunger. Choukri’s memories take him from famine in the Rif to Tangier and Oran, a world of crime, paid-for sex and of living poor … It is an urban pain where every day “the alleys swallow me up and spew me out.” A book to read, cherish and remember – and to show us again why we need books as well as bread.’ Morning Star ‘(An) extraordinarily vivid, uncensored immediacy … Using only undemonstrative prose, and asking for no special sympathy, Choukri conveys the experience of struggling to survive in a harsh world of dusty streets and unforgiving sunlight.’ Guardian ‘Five stars … Achingly elegant … Choukri’s irrepressible, ultimately indomitable spirit is most touching and human.’ Independent ‘Richly descriptive and engaging … an honest and vivid account. … Definitely an enjoyable and worthwhile read.’ Socialist Review ‘A cult classic … Choukri’s text has become a staple on the syllabi of modern Arabic, comparative literature, and post-colonial studies programs.’ Daily Star ‘The most poetic exploration of that world of vice, coffee, conversation and intrigue … One of the most widely read modernist novels in the Arab world.’ Outsideleft.com
Stephanie Hamilton has been her boss’s secretary for over three years now.
She was with him when he first founded his investment firm and was by his side when he earned his billionth dollar. She enjoyed the casual and often flirtatious relationship they had but also wished it would turn into something more.
She was just waiting for him to make the first move…
The Mathematics of the Cube have been marked by the Moon in ancient cultures for thousands of years. My book, “Why is the Moon a Cube?” explains how the ancients knew and built monuments corresponding to the known and accepted size of the Moon and the Earth, thousands of years ago. The worlds’ earthworks and monuments show their great depth of understanding. The knowledge they passed down is all around us in the the structures they left behind, and in our language today.
The knowledge associated with the Moon has been passed to us through myth, story, movie, and legend. Killers and hit men use Moon knowledge to plan their murders. Movie makers allude to the myths of the ancients regularly. Even the military and government use this knowledge to plan massive attacks. Here is the truth, all around you, but veiled except to a select few.
The word “cube” is a METAPHOR referring to the mathematics of the cube, by which ancient builders created their monuments and earthworks. Thousands of years ago, mankind knew the real size of the Moon and the Earth, and demonstrated it readily through their structures. For thousands of years afterwards, Moon symbolism became metaphor in much of modern mythos. Join me as we explore both ancient and modern Moon symbolism!
By reading this book, you are self initiating. Welcome to the select few.
John and Gary Keating were a father-son basketball coaching combination, who spent their lives helping others on and off the court. Then came a new opponent: Parkinson’s Disease. John had a fourteen-year battle with PD, one fought with faith strength, courage, determination and perseverance. His battle ended in July 2008, six months to the day later Gary was diagnosed with young-onset Parkinson’s. Using the same attributes as his father, Gary has continued where he left off.
There has been several times of adversity before and during these years. Highlights of those and how to get through these moments in one’s life. This remake of his first book, father and son: A game and a battle with Parkinson’s, hopefully will help others going through some of the same things and find their way through and to a better and happier quality of life.
There are many people who feel they do not belong on Earth, that maybe they should just die or fade away into obscurity. You may be one that has felt this way or feels this way. You may think that no one loves or cares for you. You may also feel that you do not matter in the big scheme of things. You would be mistaken. In this book, Source God lays out how, through self-compassion, the realization of who you really are, and the removal of self-critical thoughts, language, actions, and behaviors, you will come to realize that you do matter and are important. After this personal epiphany, you will begin to understand that there are gifts that only you can give to others and the planet. This book will allow you to break free from anxieties, lies and untrue beliefs about self that you may have formed and integrated into your conscious and subconscious being. You can become happy, whole and a positive contributor to the consciousness of Earth.