Lois W. Stern, developer of the ‘Tales2Inspire’ collections, has announced that new submissions are now being accepted for the 2015 editions of the book.
Tales2Inspire’ is a collection of inspirational, motivational and uplifting stories submitted by authors from across the globe. Developed by Lois W. Stern, ‘Tales2Inspire’ gives authors an opportunity to reach a worldwide audience and establish themselves as authors of talent
Lois W. Stern, developer of each of the ‘Tales2Inspire’ collections, has announced that new submissions by authors are now being accepted for the 2015 editions of the book. ‘Tales2Inspire’ is a collection of anthologies of varied themes, with each book containing a compilation of stories filled with inspiring messages, compiled by Stern.
For a change of pace, the next ‘Tales2Inspire’ book will be a collection of humorous, non-fiction stories, but other themes, all listed on the Tales2Inspire website, are also being accepted at this time. Inspiring stories can be found everywhere. ‘Tales2Inspire’ presents the best of these types of stories in a series of compilations.Inspiring and motivational stories submitted are chosen by a peer group of authors to determine eligibility for publication and awards. There are no fees to submit More >
Belfast poet David Atkinson’s second collection of poetry, “Black Eyed Peace.” This collection includes the poem ‘Hunting for the Aurora,’ nominated for the 2015 Pushcart Prize.
In these poems David’s language is both simple and direct. He provides us with a map, with routes leading out into large and small histories, of family life, religion, war and Belfast. His evocations, at times sunny, shaded at others, conjure pictures that we recognise and believe in. Whether dealing with large or domestic themes these poems sparkle with wit, acute observation, truth and love.
“A cracking book once I started reading I couldn’t stop. Had me laughing out loud and welling up at times. This is such a mix of the wry, the affectionate and the hard-hit. David’s poetry is always gritty and poignant, measured and never preachy. Not a beat missed. An outstanding volume”
Black Eyed Peace is available as a free eBook from the author’s website.
Print copies, signed by the author, are also available by emailing the author directly – davidatkinsonblackeyedpeace at hotmail.com
Author Name:: David Atkinson Author Website:: www.scribd.com/doc/245725393/Black-Eyed-Peace Book Title:: Black Eyed Peace ISBN:: none Publisher:: Peninsula Print Release Date:: 21/11/2014 Category:: Non-Fiction Subcategory:: PoetryMore >
“It’s Only a Bubble: Our Universe and All We Think We Have!” by Dr. Andreas Zachariou is a Philosophical Book that Devats Man’s Inherent Sin.
Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency is pleased to announce the release of its newest title It’s Only a Bubble: Our Universe and All We Think We Have! by author Dr. Andreas Zachariou.
Is man inherently sinful?
The new book It’s Only a Bubble says no. The traditional religious idea that man fell from a state of perfection is rejected.
Does God punish or reward humans on the basis of how pleased or angry He is with their degree of obedience?
This book says no. God is perfect and does not think, feel, or act like a man. The author theorizes that man was made by God perfect in the “core field” (the place of perfection), but was simultaneously placed in the realm of “dimensions” (artificial bubbles on the surface of the core field) in an imperfect state, so he must struggle for and earn perfection by his own free decisions and actions.
Life is a struggle for to overcome and “grow over” obstacles. Obstacles are More >
Poetry Collection Hits the Highs and Lows of Life in “The Desert of Water” by Mayuresh Kulkarni.
According to Indian poet Mayuresh Kulkarni, “Words are those beautiful pink roses sprinkled to romance with the language, as we may often presume, but in fact, the moment they are expressed; their coffins are laid down by us in the cemetery of a white paper, pretending to create something meaningful!”
His poetic words in The Desert of Water reach from the vast ocean to the infinite skies above to introduce a totally new anatomy of poetry, where the heart is not under a compulsion to beat, though the words have a rhythm all their own. Though the topics expose corrupt and flexible morals and ethics, they also discuss the stress and humour caused by today’s modern life, and describe how even the last evening of life could be such a romantic event!
Listen to the values, joys, sorrows, and fantasies, where “life is always green, provided you are not so fussy about the definition of green!” It’s all there in The Desert of Water.
“We are thrilled to release this insightful poetry collection,” said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing More >
“The Seven Things You Should Know About Being a Leader” by Wes Husted will show how to be an effective leader today!
“The Seven Things You Should Know About Being a Leader,” written by Wes Husted and published by IndieGo Publishing, is now available for sale as a paperback on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and may other retailers, and as an ebook with Apple, Kindle, Kobo, and Nook. This book will energize your motivation to lead, hone your skills as a leader, and inspire you to look at leadership from a new and fresh perspective.
Wes Husted is an experienced leader recognized for his strategic business skills at the C-Suite level. Winner of the SmartCEO Top Ten CFOs in the Washington DC, Virginia, and Baltimore area, Wes is active in consulting Washington area entrepreneurs and CEOs in leading strategic growth and achieving maximum valuations at exit.
Wes has received early praise for his book from several leaders in the business world:
“I read the entire book on my flight to Naples today. Love it!! You are a wonderful mentor.” — Donna Bogart, Founder and CEO Bogart Associates, Inc.
“I just read your book-couldn’t More >
New Book Offers True Stories of Women “Unfriended” by Other Women, A Powerful Collection by Established and Emerging Women Writers in “Dumped: Stories of Women Unfriending Women” by Various Authors.
Getting dumped sucks—and no, we don’t mean by a significant other. We’re talking about the atom bomb of abandonment: Getting dumped by a best friend. Millions of women who know the universally-experienced-but-rarely-discussed trauma of being dumped by a close female friend can relate to the candid stories in Dumped: Stories of Women Unfriending Women (She Writes Press, $16.95 hardcover, March 3, 2015).
Twenty-five celebrated writers—including Jacquelyn Mitchard, Ann Hood, Carrie Kabak, Jessica Handler, Elizabeth Searle, Alexis Paige, and editor Nina Gaby—explore the fragile, sometimes humorous, and often unfathomable nature of lost friendship.
The essays in Dumped aren’t stories of friendship dying a mutually agreed-upon death, like falling out of touch. These are stories of suddenly finding yourself erased, without context or warning.
There should be an Adele song for this—and now, the millions of women who have cried over the inexplicable loss of a friendship can bond over the raw, charming, funny, and soul-baring stories of women who know how they feel.
From teenagers to soccer moms, More >
Author, rape crisis counselor, public speaker and community educator, Robert Uttaro is pleased to announce the promotion of his book, “To the Survivors: One Man’s Journey as a Rape Crisis Counselor with True Stories of Sexual Violence.”
Unlike many books about rape that include brief excerpts of survivors’ words, To the Survivors delivers uncensored stories from those who have been sexually abused plus the advocate-author voice that weaves their experiences together. The survivors are diverse in age, gender, religion, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and ethnicity, yet each gives a similarly raw and heartfelt account of his or her victimization and recovery. The authenticity and vulnerability with which survivors speak resonates profoundly.
Written for the millions of people affected by sexual trauma, To the Survivors is a compassionate guide through a painful subject with a focus on true justice, hope and forgiveness. It reveals dark truths and hidden injustices to the reader while simultaneously offering inspiring messages.
To the Survivors is a timeless resource for a world that struggles with the repercussions of sexual violence. It is available in both print and ebook formats and at Amazon.com.
From Publishers Weekly:
“Rape counselor Uttaro draws upon his years of experience to warn More >
Author, Yvonne deSousa is pleased to announce the promotion of her book, “MS Madness!: A ‘Giggle More, Cry Less'” Story of Multiple Sclerosis.
Massachusetts Author Details Her Personal Struggles, Adventures and Laughter Following her MS Diagnosis
Author, Yvonne deSousa is pleased to announce the promotion of her book, MS Madness!: A “Giggle More, Cry Less” Story of Multiple Sclerosis. This humor filled, inspirational memoir tells the story of the months leading up to, and the year following the author’s diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, and the zany adventures that transpired. Yvonne’s story helps us all laugh at the insanity that comes from life with a chronic illness and helps readers to understand that with a sense of humor, you can survive almost anything!
Yvonne deSousa’s diagnosis of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis came with an insightful declaration from a new doctor (“MS sucks”) and a brother’s helpful advice (“You could totally get one of those handicapped parking plates now”). What followed was a year of MS-adventures: “accidentally” kicking an officious male doctor in the crotch, becoming an undercover agent to pay for medication made from Chinese hamster ovary cells, discovering the amazing effects of legal speed, and More >
Author and former youth minister, Clayton Brumby is pleased to announce the release of his new book, “Do You Still Think God Is Good?” Candid Conversations About the Problem of Evil.
This new work takes a very academic and philosophical topic, and through a couple of breakfast conversations among friends and acquaintances, explores it as directly as possible. The format is designed to make this very important topic accessible.
What is evil really?
Where does it come from?
And if God is really God, why doesn’t he do more about it? This world is out of control-so violent, painful, unfair and destructive. Doesn’t God care?
The Greek philosopher Epicurus is credited with saying: “Either God wants to abolish evil and cannot; or he can but does not want to; or he cannot and does not want to. If he wants to but cannot, he is impotent. If he can and does not want to, he is wicked. But if God both can and wants to abolish evil, then how comes evil in the world?”
This is known as the Epicurean paradox. Obviously, mankind has been wrestling with the problem of evil for some time; Epicurus lived between More >
This book is “More than Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup” by Janet Beasley – Companion book for the Hidden Earth Series Maycly Trilogy.
More Than Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup, companion book to the Hidden Earth Series, Maycly Trilogy, is truly one of a kind, far more than you would ever expect from a cookbook. Histories of five select restaurants on Maycly and stories about their chukkon or wightling owners, along with menus and a multitude of captioned photos and illustrations, provide entertainment before, during, and after food preparation.
This cookbook can be used by anyone from kids to codgers. The recipes cover the gamut from fun to fancy, garden-variety to gourmet, and kitchen to camp out. There are recipes especially for kids to make and eat, meat and meatless recipes, and even recipes you can make for your pets!
Every recipe can be made and eaten right here on Earth. You say you have not read Hidden Earth: Maycly Vol. One? No problem. Just spend a moment thumbing through More Than Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup, and I guarantee you will be hooked when you discover such recipes as Slop in a Pot, More >