Author: lydiadean195

This memoir connects my birthplace, life, work, education, and travels to more than a dozen African countries on the continent; places in South America and states in the South, Mid-... Read More

Spending time cooking in the kitchen can make lasting memories for everyone. As much as the fact that food is critical for survival, it is also one factor that draws... Read More

The Hands of God: A Collection of Short Stories about God’s Intervention in Human Lives is a stirring compendium of tales that magnify the love and mercy of God for... Read More

Down-to-earth people always attract others. Because they are so authentic to their beliefs and what they stand for, most of the time, people yearn to be friends (or maybe more... Read More

Frank Heller has published biographical and exhibition catalogs on American and European artists, some of which are housed in the Smithsonian Institution Libraries in Washington, D.C. He was a hospital... Read More

In this eye-opening collection of essays, Dr. Geraldine K. Piorkowski shares what she learned working with people from different socioeconomic levels, races, sexual orientations, and walks of life. Besides reaffirming... Read More

Overcoming Adversity is a personal and intriguing story that highlights how to successfully cope with the inevitable barriers and obstacles of life. Nelson Fowlkes narrates the story through insightful strategies... Read More

Poppies in the springtime have always been such a wonderful sight to me! I always shout, "Look at the poppies!" Then, I saw an elderly lady standing by her wheelchair... Read More

Real Prison Real Freedom tells the heartbreaking life story and inspiring change of the notorious Texas inmate Rickie Smith during time of major upheaval within the Department of Corrections itself. In... Read More

Margaret Jackson Moschak has spent most of her life studying people – whether employed as a secretary in a welfare office, teaching in high school, encouraging young students to love... Read More