Interview: Kenny Ching with memories and science fiction

Kenny Ching dives into a life he faced as a parent of a special needs child. Kenny shared valuable journey of how his faith was tested and strengthen. It has been said that his book Shattered Prayers has give his readers strength and hope. After opening his life to the […]

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Interview: Friztnel Octave (Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope)

Fritznel Octave searched through the history of Haiti and the impact the country had on the North and South America continent. In his Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope: The progressive Ideals from the Revolution of 1804 Set the Pace, you find a wonderful tool to explore history of one island […]

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Interview: Fanus W Woldegebriel (Immigrant: Mental Health)

Fanus W. Woldegebriel bring a powerful insight to her book Immigrant: Mental Health. In this book Fanus shares her experience of a first generation immigrant family. Damage of a person can come from more than a physical wound. She leads us to discover the mental illness her mom developed and […]

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Interview: Scott Warrick (The Five Skills of Tolerance and more)

Scott Warrick lives by a standard when telling of facts. That standard is, any fact must be able to hold up in Court before it is stated. This makes sense for a man like Scott who has a background of over 40 years as a Employment law attorney and HR […]

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Interview: Dr. Edward Creagan (How Not to Be My Patient)

Dive into understanding how to be an empowered patient, protect yourself from a changing healthcare system that doesn’t have your best interests in mind, and know what to know about your health. Dr. Edward Creagan takes his forty years of experience as a cancer specialist at the Mayo Clinic to […]

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Interview: Richard Capriola (The Addicted Child)

With more than two decades of working against addictions, Richard Capriola has put his knowledge in a book to help others address the issue. In his book “The Addicted Child” he works to help parents find the information that a concerning parent needs. Richard discuss some of the signs an […]

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Interview: Darcy Louma (Thoughtfully Fit)

With all the hurdles you have to get over in life, you need to be Thoughtfully Fit®. With Darcy Louma and her book Thoughtfully Fit: Your Training Plan for Life and Business Success, you can learn what hurdles to expect and some insights to be able to get over them. […]

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Interview: Dr. Rosemarie Downer (The High Call of Forgiveness)

In a passionate conversation about forgiving and other topics Dr. Rosemarie Downer talk about, we dive into the topics that her five books. She tells us how she uses the words of God to write her books and help guide people to heal. Dr. Downer discuss the road that started […]

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Interview: Marci Greenberg Cox (Breast Cancer Children’s books)

Marci Greenberg Cox is an author of eight books focused around Breast Cancer and more on the way. In her books, she addresses how to help kids understand what mommy is going through in her children’s book. With her drive to help her kids understand what she was going through, […]

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Interview: William E. “Bill” Kieffer (Military Career Transition: Insights from the Employer Side of the Desk)

With a focus on helping veterans not face the same challenges he faced when coming out of the military, Bill wrote “Military Career Transition: Insights from the Employer Side of the Desk”. His book includes 151 insights to help readers better understand employer perspectives on career transition. Whether a current […]

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