The year is 1936 and political unrest is growing in Europe. Victoria Méliès is the daughter of British nobility, the widow of a French businessman, and the sister of Wills, a British agent who has been captured after stealing Nazi plans to invade Switzerland. To save her brother, she enlists in the british Secret Intelligence Service and is assigned the Code Name: Evangeline
This Detective Twins mystery revolves around some rather strange goings on at Etnie’s Skate Park that have our amateur sleuths, 11 year-old twins Jake and Shelly, searching for answers.
The Mystery at Etnie’s Skate Park by Dr. Clare Albright and Vincent Harris
Redefining Retirement For A New Generation
Robert Krakower breaks through outdated ways of thinking about retirement to present a clear, practical, and unflinching guide to the new realities and risks that we all face in designing a stable retirement plan.
Written in plain language, this little book packs a real punch as it exposes hazards to a secure retirement that the financial media continues to gloss over. So much more than a mere introduction to retirement planning, the book is a generational call to arms for anyone concerned about the impact of current trends on the retirement system in America today.
About the Author
Robert Krakower is a Certified Financial Planner and founding partner of Equity Masters Group and The Action Foundry. A graduate from the College for Financial Planning and the prestigious Wharton Business School Executive Program. He holds a Certified Financial Planner designation, as well as a Chartered Life Underwriter designation. Robert is also a Graduate Estate Planning Consultant, and a charter member of the Financial Planning Association. Robert Krakower
The Possibility of Love: An Interdisciplinary Analysis by Kathleen O’Dwyer
‘The Possibility of Love’ is essentially a philosophical analysis of an emotion that significantly impacts on human experience. It attests to the gradually increasing acknowledgment of the power of emotional experience in the search for knowledge, wisdom and truth. Thus, it is a uniquely honest exploration of human nature in contemporary times.
About the Author
Dr. Kathleen O’Dwyer is a lecturer in Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Ireland, where she teaches English Language and Literature.
Get the job of your dreams in college sports with this step-by-step guide from athletics director Howard Gauthier, Ph.D., who has over 20 years experience from coast to coast in intercollegiate athletics.
Getting Hired in College Sports is a reference book that should be in the personal library of every sports management student, coach, administrator, or sports professional.
The Buddhism which emerges from To Meet the Real Dragon is not a Buddhism for gods or supermen. It is Buddhism for real people: ordinary human beings with ordinary human problems. It is humanistic Zen–Zen for human beings.
Gudo Nishijima Roshi was born in Yokohama, Japan, in 1919, and began practicing zazen as a teenager. He studied Buddhism under Master Kodo Sawaki for twenty years, and was later ordained as a priest by the late Master Rempo Niwa, formerly head of the Soto School of Japanese Buddhism. For four decades he gave regular lectures and instructions on zazen practice at various places in Japan and overseas. He retired from lecturing in 2005, and now devotes his time to his writing. He also publishes a blog about Buddhism and current events.
Mary is also launching a new website to connect with readers and feature her books which you can visit here: Mary E. Gilder
Due for a July release, author William Tyree’s debut novel weaves an intense story about conspiracy, deception, and betrayal at the highest levels of the Pentagon and even the President’s own cabinet. Filled with realistic characters and plot twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat, Line of Succession delivers a powerful punch and a thrilling ride.
Laugh, It’s Just Life: Finding Happiness in Unexpected Places
(Available in April 2009)
Author Karla Baker shows us how our everyday perceptions can stifle authentic fulfillment, and how to peel away those layers to achieve true and lasting happiness.
“Karla’s Laugh, It’s Just Life offers in-depth, panoramic insights into the essence of happiness. She first has us look in the mirror at our perceived reflections, and then peels away the skin-deep surfaces to get to the heart of authentic fulfillment.”
Denis Waitley, Ph.D., author of The Psychology of Winning
Soon to be released by Crosswinds Publishing, ISBN 978-0-9785306-0-0