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By Donovan Webster
"War Stories" is a compilation of short fiction based on my reporting for magazines like Vanity Fair and the New York Times magazine and takes up narratives from that reporting that didn't fit with the narrative I was telling in the actual magazine story. I've changed names, locations, etc., invented some stories whole cloth, and used them to tell of soldiers, pilots, families, and others enmeshed in the global war on terror. Each has numerous specific fictionalized aspects that weren't part of the actual reporting, rendering them fiction. It too should come in around 290 pages. Some of the stories are heart-breaking, others hopeful. It's a full meal.
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By Avis J. Smith
It is important for us all in America to document opposition for future generations to fairly assess the anger, logic, and legal implications of historical attempts to make change by small numbers of people who try to impose their rule of thought on the masses. Rev. Jesse Jackson and Ramona Edelin have tried to impose acceptance of the term African American on all black people without their permission. The purpose of this writing is to expose what was done and the legal opposition to what was done, as well as the disrespect for the masses of black people to perpetuate an “unconscious ritual.” The title of the book is African American: The Opposition Court Case.
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By HENRY J. ZEITER, M.D.
In all my years of travel I have seldom met anyone as sagacious as Henry Zeiter, and even more seldom have I met anyone more widely read. He knows a great deal about a great many things and something about almost everything else! This new volume of his musings will enrich anyone blessed enough to read it. Joseph Pearce, Author, Biographer of C.S. Lewis, J.R. Tolkien, Oscar Wilde, Solzhenitsyn, Chesterton, others Writer in Residence, Ave Maria University Many thanks to Dr. Henry Zeiter for collecting and sharing insights gathered over many years. I am amazed at the variety – ranging from intensely personal reflections on to struggles of daily life to impressive literary, philosophical, and medical analyses. I especially recommend his essay on James Joyce; it is written with real feeling for a tortured soul Brian T. Kelly, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, Mathematics and Science, Dean of Thomas Aquinas College, Santa, Paula, California Dr. Zeiter has lived intensely, and experienced the whole ride on the emotional rollercoaster. He has observed much, learned some, and reflected a lot on life. We can learn from him….and there is a great connection between learning and fully living. There is a memorable line in the movie The Shawshank Redemption: “Get busy living…or get busy dying” Henry Zeiter will certainly help you “get busy living.” Read his material slowly. Taste it, digest it in small bites, and reflect on it. That way you can enjoy the meal and absorb it in your own way. Dr. J. Mitchell Perry, JM Perry Learning Center, Ventura, California
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By Kathy Rice
Kathy's heartwarming story begins in 1961 where she lives in a prairie home in Northeastern Montana near Four Buttes. Five-year-old Kathy is the youngest of 5 children in the post World War II era, and the story is the charming tale of a little girl growing up in the love and security of her family and community, the exciting times of calving, planting, harvesting, and trips to town. She eludes to Laura Ingall's Wilder in her story, ending with the dream to be a character in a book, just like Laura was. The book is composed of three sections, each progressing through her elementary school years. The book is the true story of Kathy Rustebakke, with her best friends Kristi and later Patrice, as her family transitions from the horse and buggy days into modern life.
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By Marge deGraw
This book offers questions and answers about religion and spirituality, as well as metaphysics. It's OK to question your faith. It's OK to find answers that don't fit with others' beliefs. Move away from being told what to believe to thinking and believing for yourself. Find yourself reading about religious musings, life-experience musings and metaphysical musings. You may be shocked or relieved to know that you are not alone in questioning and finding answers that resonate with you.
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By Michael Jay Nusbaum
Ere Aworan is a story of slavery, love, hope and redemption. It follows the life of Osumaka and his family who are abducted from Africa and sent into slavery. It also follows two sailors from the US who are sent to stop the slave trade in the Africa Squadron. There, the two sailors, one from the south and one from the north, clash ideologically over the issue of slavery. Ultimately, the reality and horror of the slave trade change the mind of the sailor from the south until he too opposes slavery. Their journey is cut short, however, by the outbreak of the Civil War back home and they soon find themselves as adversaries. Osumaka, who had been enslaved on a plantation in the south escapes and enters into the underground railroad. There he meets Sarah, who is a protégé of Harriet Tubman. She introduces Osumaka to Mrs. Tubman and he joins her side in fighting for the Union. Through out his journey, Osumaka never gives up hope that his wife and son are still alive. In the end, these powerful characters join forces to try to reunite Osumaka with his beloved family.

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By Mayan Aries
My name is Mayan Aries. I am a middle aged woman who began a spiritual transformation, of sorts, back in 2011. I was trapped in the 3rd dimensional world of judgement and labels. I had turned into a robot, conforming to society’s expectations, appearing normal and fine, while living my life in silent numbness. I had lost track of my life. I lost touch with my creative side and had closed my heart to the world around me. Working long hours in my home office, alone, I began a unique awakening to memories of my past life roots of being an ancient Mayan warrior. I had begun to experience strange communications with native ancestors from the past, in the form of day dreams and night terrors. I was experiencing them for months, waking up in cold sweats, and sometimes covered in bruises. I was hearing the echoes of their voices sometimes while listening to certain music. It drew me into studying native history, the animals, trees, and mother earth in general. I was compelled to search for missing meaning in my life. I also felt extremely concerned for the future of our planet and felt that somehow I needed to try to do something to aid positive change.
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By Sue Heaven
The tragic death of a young man leaving behind a wife and child whom he loved so much… The torment of a young, beautiful, women and that of her unborn child… What secrets will a neglected, stately home reveal? Who is the ghostly apparition captured on a photo… What journey will Rosie and Sarah need to travel in order to reveal the truth? Why can’t the young man ‘Rest in Peace’ until justice is done…
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By Daasebre Prof. (Emeritus) Oti Boateng

“Development in Unity: A Compendium of Works of Daasebre Prof. (Emeritus) Oti Boateng, Volume1” is a compilation of research works, published articles, speeches, seminar presentations, addresses, and radio broadcasts written by the author over the past 40 years.

In these articles, the author, a distinguished statistician, a university don, a UN commissioner, a Vice-Chancellor of the World Academy of Letters, and a traditional ruler, combines his rich scholarly background and his deep understanding of complex traditional, national and international issues in addressing some challenges that face humankind.

The book is divided into nine sub-themes, namely, 1) Education, 2) Governance, 3) Statistics, 4) Population and Health, 5) Natural Disasters, 6) Oil and Gas, 7) Chieftaincy and Culture, 8) Religion, and 9) Economy.

The theme of this book, “Development in Unity”, is derived from the mission of the Akwantukese Festival, which is, “Development in Unity for the Welfare of the People.”

The Akwantukese Festival, was instituted in 1997 by the Omanhene, Chiefs, and People of New Juaben to commemorate the fifth anniversary of Daasebre Professor (Emeritus) Oti Boateng’s enstoolment as Omanhene of New Juaben in the Eastern Region of Ghana. The Festival commemorates the migration of the Juabens and their allies from Asante to the Eastern Region of Ghana in the 1870s. The basic goal of Akwantukese is to promote the socio-economic progress of the people through education, traditions, and customs. It further serves as a tourist attraction for people all over the world. Akwantukese also reinforces the ancestral unity between the citizens of Asante and Jew Juaben for peaceful co-existence.

The articles in this first volume have been carefully selected to emphasize these ideals thereby creating a gift for posterity.

As you enjoy these collections look out for the next volume in the series which is scheduled to come out very soon.


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By Dr. J. Israel Brubeck
This book is a private collection of personal thoughts, a look through a window of relationships, good and bad times, divine images, an elegy of life, and the pathos of death. Its journey has healed, blessed, and truly taken me through a revelatory metamorphosis that has cleansed me and left me a better man. I sincerely hope that it may bless you in a similar fashion.
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