“For some crazy reason, fate has chosen me to bring Monet’s trove of artwork into the world.” Melvin Flack has given up on his dream of becoming an artist until he discovers 14 paintings hidden in a derelict building in the Bronx. To his shock, they’re signed by his idol, Claude Monet. And the subject!
“…[A] page turning, international, sensually romantic, rags to riches, grape to wine saga.” –A Woman’s Write From author Linda Sheehan, who’s part of a Napa wine dynasty, comes a story of grapes, wine, first crushes, and juicy redemption. Dreading the desk job that awaits her after high school, eighteen-year-old Vivian Goodyear takes off for pre-World
A fresh follow-up to his first book, My Search for Christopher on the Other Side, Joe McQuillen continues to share his difficult journey in this father-and-son tale, We’re Not Done Yet, Pop: My Lessons from the Other Side, while simultaneously finding in-roads to connection and thriving on this ability to visit with his son on
It’s Monday morning, and the last place Lt. Detective Philip Samyn wants to be is in a church, but it’s better than being in a meeting with his boss. The presiding bishop requested he and his team come to the back of the parish and speak to no one about this call if possible. Keeping
Richard Metzger, of Channel 4 TV, Britain; makes an unusual claim: “I have met God, and he lives in Brooklyn….Howard Bloom is next in a lineage of seminal thinkers that includes Newton, Darwin, Einstein, Freud, and Buckminster Fuller. He is going to change the way we see ourselves and everything around us.” Metzger is right.
Journalist/Author/Speaker David Rabadi has released his highly anticipated new book “How I Lost My Mind and Found Myself.” The sentence for being gay and Arab is death-even when the punishment is self-inflicted. Living a closeted life in a Middle-Eastern culture is brutal-and potentially deadly. Add to the mix mental illness and your odds of survival