Listen, open your mind, and know this is the truth!
President Trump: Our immigration laws are incompetent
Bracha Goetz, Author of 37 books to help children’s souls shine:
http://www.amazon.com/author/spiritualkidsbooks-brachagoetz and the new memoir for adults only, Searching for God in the Garbage
Nothing says romance like snuggling up on a cold winters day in front of the fire with your wife enjoying a good book. Help her find a good book with one of these 8 books your wife would love.
#6 Searching for God in the Garbage
Some people in their 40’s feel like they have it all together, while others may still feel lost. Whatever your position, here are 16 books that every woman in their 40’s should have on their bookshelf.
#7 Searching for God in the Garbage
Whatever the occasion, birthday, Christmas, Valentines or just a random day, these are the 16 books your girlfriend will love.
MOST POWERFUL TRUMP VIDEO EVER – THE VIDEO YOU WERE NEVER SUPPOSED TO SEE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7A1b0g9EKO8&feature=youtu.be
God bless America! God bless President Donald Trump!!
In my mind, President Trump is a sign that God has not yet given up on the most powerful country in the history of humanity, founded on the basis of LIBERTY, which is embedded in every document in our history — the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, The Federalist Papers, THE CONSTITUTION, and the Bill of Rights. Just think what would have happened to us had we been cursed with another Bama or Billary? It would have been certain DEATH of a great nation and an insult to our fathers that gave blood and life to protect this GIFT. Therefore, we must drain the swamp!
President Trump may not be St. John, but he is my John; a voice crying out in the wilderness of a foundering world. The name JOHN means ‘God’s has been gracious and shown favor!’
Without a doubt, Satan is alive, evidenced by his snakes in our system. ‘But let not your heart be troubled. Greater is HE!’ There is NO middle ground! There never was! Either you are with HIM or you are not. President Trump is a man of God and a speaker of truth.
‘He who sits on the fence is not only an easy target but will surely develop painful hemorrhoids causing the nearby intellect to further diminish.’
Hancock County Library System’s November Authors Program will feature Thomas E. Simmons, author of the newly released No Promise for Tomorrow, the final volume in the Quinn Saga Tuesday, November 13th. Simmons will be speaking about the trilogy and the history and research involved, as well as signing copies. Bay St. Louis – Hancock County Library 312 US-90, Bay St Louis, Mississippi (228) 467-5282
In 1917, when all the world was waiting with bated breath to see if the United States would come the rescue of Europe, Lt. Ansel Quinn is assigned to the French Army Headquarters in Paris as a neutral observer. This sets off an unimaginable chain of events affecting his new wife, Isabel, in international intrigue, and a family’s struggles across the twenty short years between the end of World War I, a period that includes the influenza epidemic, the roaring twenties, prohibition, the great depression, and the start of World War II.
Thomas E. Simmons grew up in Gulfport, Mississippi, attended Marion Military Institute, the U. S. Naval Academy, the University of Southern Mississippi, and the University of Alabama. Tom was once the commercial captain of a seventy-foot sailing vessel, has been a pilot since the age of sixteen, (3000 plus hours in the air), has flown professionally, and participated in air shows flying aerobatics in open-cockpit bi-planes. In the late 1950s, he served as an artillery officer in Korea. He is the author of The Man Called Brown Condor, Forgotten Heroes of World War II: Personal Accounts of Ordinary Soldiers Land, Sea and Air, Escape from Archangel, By Accident of Birth, The Last Quinn Standing, and the last of the Quinn Trilogy, No Promise for Tomorrow. He has also written numerous magazine articles, an example of which, “Growing Up with Mr. Faulkner,” was published in The Oxford American, a literary magazine founded by John Grisham.
Bracha Goetz’s Searching for God in the Garbage is #3 on Frupping’s 8 Books Every Woman in their Thirties Should Read! https://fupping.com/taegan/2018/10/20/8-books-every-woman-in-their-30s-should-read/
Bracha Goetz is the author of 37 books to help children’s souls shine: http://www.amazon.com/author/spiritualkidsbooks-brachagoetz and the new memoir for adults only, Searching for God in the Garbage
Rochelle Wisoff-Fields sold out of her new companion coffee table book for the Havah Gitterman series, A Stone for the Journey. A compilation of excerpts and stores behind the characters, places, and events surrounding Please Say Kaddish For Me, From Silt and Ashes, and As One Must, One Can, it makes the stories come alive, giving you insight and visualization.
Her second interview with Dr. Paul Reeves on Impact Radio will air Monday, Oct 29th at 11:00 Eastern Time. http://www.impactradiousa.com
In 1809, Cherokee Territory faces obliteration within the heart of the Louisiana Purchase as troubled teen Sam Houston foresees a demise of his own. In desperation, he seeks refuge among the Cherokee, where they transform him into a man, warrior, and statesman. Better yet, they capture his heart, including young Diana Rogers.
When the War of 1812 erupts, Sam is propelled to near suicidal glory, while at the same time his tribe — his new, accepting, and trusting family — is broken under General Andrew Jackson’s post war removal treaty. Helping them relocate without loss of life, Sam rises in stature until he is Governor of Tennessee and disaster descends. His only escape is to his tribe in New Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma), yet he fears they’ll reject him due to his role in their trail of tears. But what happened to them since then is far worse than he imagined. He determines to help in any way possible and make a new life within their fold, and also with Diana. Enemies question Houston’s true intentions, such as debating why Houston, a General, is so near chaotic Mexico’s Texas. As external and internal pressures escalate, he must finally stop running and declare who Sam Houston is and for what he stands.
Based upon the true story of a hero who first failed, I am Houston will be loved by readers of Beneath a Scarlet Sky and The Last of the Mohicans. Shedding light on Houston’s forgotten Cherokee tribe and the unpopular stand he took for them, I am Houston forecasts Houston saving Texas from Santa Anna with the war cry “Remember the Alamo!” and later resigning as Governor rather than bowing to the Texas secession vote.
Syd Young is a lawyer and an award-winning published author and audiobook narrator from the Lone Star State, Texas. This is her first novel. She is a member of Historical Novel Society, Historical Writers of America, and the Writer’s Guild of Texas. She has written a book review column for the Paris News since 2010, participated in the Lone Star Book Blogger Tour, wrote a monthly column for Paris Life Magazine and “Inner Landscapes: Writers Respond to the Art of Virginia Dehn” (2013), has been a reading advocate for Lamar County, and is a frequent speaker for inspirational, reading, and non-profit organizations.
As a narrator, Young performed for two audio novels: The Big Inch by Kimberly Fish (Historical Fiction, WWII Texas) and Time and Again by Nancy Fraser (Time Travel/Romantic Suspense).
In the dramatic arts, she has directed Shakespeare in Love, Inherit the Wind, Vagina Monologues, and Five Women Wearing the Same Dress. As an actress, she was “Madame Thenardier” in Les Miserables at Paris Junior College, “Mame” in Mame; Truvy in Steele Magnolias, the Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods, “Adelaide” in Guys and Dolls; “Rosie” in Bye, Bye Birdie; and “O-Spot” in Vagina Monologues for the Paris Community Theatre.
During this time, Young graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas Tech University School of Law and Cum Laude from Wayland Baptist University in English Literature and was also a briefing attorney for the Fort Worth Court of Appeals 1992-93.
I am Houston was the 2017 2nd Runner Up in the Odessa/Permian Basin Writer’s Contest. Syd Young is represented by Jeanie Loiacono of Loiacono Literary Agency.
Bracha Goetz, author of 37 books to help children’s souls shine:
and the new memoir for adults only, Searching for God in the Garbage