Review: The Tale of Tumeleng by Ryke Leigh Douglas

Ryke Leigh Douglas created a great children’s book with an important message for all ages. I really liked it! I believe every single child will fall in love with Tumeleng who has an adventurous spirit and is the cutest elephant that you will ever read about. And have you seen

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Things Happen for a Reason

I remember when my son was out of the hospital and got fully recovered, it was one of the happiest days in my life. I also remember when I thought I was about to die due to severe stomach pain, I relentlessly and loudly called the name of God to

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Create Your Own Fate by Elaine Northrop

Elaine Northrop is the author of this inspiring life-changing book, Create Your Own Fate: Connect with Your Creativity and Change Your Life. Nothing is Beyond Belief. Imagination is the key to creating a new reality! Whatever you can imagine, you can implement. Whatever you believe actually creates the world you

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To Believe in God or Not

Many years ago, I met a group of atheists and agnostics. While listening to their arguments about God, I observed that their viewpoints and reasoning made a lot of sense. I didn’t know what was going on with their lives if they live with good morals and integrity. But I

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Work Hard for the Money

It’s been said that money can’t buy happiness. It’s true but without it, you can go hungry and feel you’re a burden in this society. You may have debts. Combined with your monthly bills, your income may not be enough to pay them all. That’s why you have to work

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The Trailer: Across the Rift: World War Two Novel in Rhythmic Prose

“It explores the impact of the war on them, the society and on people around. It builds on the theme of love, loss, hope, family, and redemption. It also investigates the similarities and differences of experience with changing locations, local politics and class. This exact narrative makes this book immensely

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Review: Colonial Adventure and Other Stories by H. Ann Ackroyd

Colonial Adventure and Other Stories by H. Ann Ackroyd is a compelling collection of novella and short stories. Written in rhythmic free form prose this book explores the British colonial history of Africa, specifically Zimbabwe (the then, Rhodesia). As the author draws from the experiences of herself and her family

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Book Review – Cuauhtémoc: Descending Eagle

“This child shall be called Cuauhtémoc; which in the old tongue means ‘descending eagle.’” Descending Eagle, starts with the birth of Cuauhtémoc, a child born to Natomis who was destined to change the world as people knew it. The plot builds on the adventures as he learns to fly and

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The Trailer: Dondobee or The Adventures of a Leolian Elf

Dondobee or The Adventures of a Leolian Elf, written by Dale Parry, opens with introducing us to Coal, a dirty little urchin living in a black back alley and his invention of a unique musical instrument. An instrument through which he mastered such a melodious tune that all the birds

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The Bright Side of Covid-19

This pandemic when people are forced to stay home as much as possible has caused a lot of pain both financially and economically worldwide. No one likes this pandemic. Everyone hates this covid-19, an unseen enemy we seem can’t beat anytime soon. However, looking at the bright side, we’re also

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Review: Slaves, Masters, and Traders by H. Ann Ackroyd

Told through multiple persons of voice and from three different locations, Slaves, Masters, and Traders by H. Ann Ackroyd is a historical fiction that explores the subject of slavery. It is set in the backdrop of 1800 AD and through the power of words the author presents us the experiences,

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The timely book on Racial Discrimination

H. Ann Ackroyd is the author of Slaves, Masters and Traders: Historical Fiction. This timely book is a must read in today’s issue on racial discrimination. It is critically acclaimed by people who bought the book on Amazon. Although the book deals with a dark and serious subject – slavery

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There is no other time but Now.

Whatever is happening to you and to your family, look at those events as something that occurred for a meaningful reason. It may appear undesirable and upsetting but you have to reframe it, for you to get something good out of it. It’s no use anymore to be mad or

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Colonial Adventure and Other Stories by H. Ann Ackroyd

Colonial Adventure and Other Stories is an epic in free-form verse depicting a slice of British colonial history (1936 – 1977) as experienced by individuals on both sides of the racial conflict. It starts with a British couple who establish a large agricultural operation in what was then Southern Rhodesia,

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Cuauhtémoc: Descending Eagle by D L Davies

D L Davies is the rising author of Cuauhtémoc: Descending Eagle. This story takes place in the early 16th Century; a time when the world seemed to be expanding at an almost exponential rate. It occurs in South America in a land known as Maya: this is not a tale

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Book Review: Chasing Quetzalcoatl to the American Dream by Garret Thomas Godwin

Chasing Quetzalcoatl to the American Dream, by Garret Thomas Godwin, is a fictional tale of Trick Hartland, a descendant of the Navajo, showing his life struggles between his mundane desires and the spiritual calling of his soul. The book has Trick’s story told from the very beginning to his 40s,

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Is there such thing as Certain Truth?

Oh, Life! For so many years, you’re still a mystery to me. After all the books I’ve read, after all the words I’ve heard from others, after all the things I’ve read in the internet and after all the experiences I’ve gone through, I still don’t have the exact key

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Book Review: Dondobee by Dale Parry

Dondobee or The Adventures of a Leolian Elf, written by Dale Parry, opens with introducing us to Coal, a dirty little urchin living in a black back alley and his invention of a unique musical instrument. An instrument through which he mastered such a melodious tune that all the birds

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Earl Fee is Running by Earl W. Fee

Earl W. Fee released his monumental autobiographical book, Earl Fee is Running. In this book, you will be inspired by his life of a late-blooming world champion, with colored photos, and some of Earl’s pertinent poetry, in 20 entertaining chapters describing his life from 1929 to 2018… Highlights in this

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Reversing The Aging Process

Do you want to know how how to reverse your aging process, the Julie Cox version? I wonder too when people tell me, “You look the same from ages ago or you haven’t aged since twenty years ago.” First of all, you must have these: Healthy lifestyleForgive yourself and othersFollow

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