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  • Born to Create

    Born to Create is an inspirational autobiography chronicling Dr. Rosalie H. Contino's professional transition from successful seventh-grade English teacher to a newfound career in the arts. While most forty-year-old professionals are busy building upon the foundation that several years of hard work produced, Contino made the bold decision to quench the burning desire within to pursue the passion to create. Enjoying her creative careers as a costume designer, costume historian, playwright, and lecturer, Contino provides hope and a blueprint for those considering making the foray into the unknown and sometimes scary realm of the future. Written in a comfortable, conversational manner, Born to Create maintains a swift tempo while consistently providing an inspirational message for those harboring unrealized ambitions.

  • Broken Rhythm

    Broken Rhythm is based on the real events of the 1940 Rhythm Night Club fire, Natchez, MS. On April 23, 1940, Walter Barnes and his Royal Creolians Band from Chicago, Illinois played that night – the band everyone wanted to see. It was the hottest and grandest night ever. Approximately over 500 folks packed the building; hundreds more stood outside. And before the night is over, the unimaginable happens.

    About the author:

    Evelyn Sue Clay is a career woman who enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, conversational discussions, writing, acting, and helping others. She is the author of Wrapped Up in Clovers, Overflowing in the Spirit of Love-29 Poems, and 29 Poems Capturing the Essence of Love. She continues to write to motivate, encourage, and inspire others. She earned her Associate of Arts Degree from College of Southern Nevada, and her Bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. She is a loving and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, but most importantly she is a God-fearing woman. She has a passion for helping others; she enjoys teaching youth and adults, inspiring both to move past their pain and life’s circumstances.


    He was wrongfully convicted, his lifelong career destroyed, and he was sent to a prison 2,200 miles from home, for a crime he did not commit. She lay in a hospital, clinging to life, with only a 50/50 chance of survival. But they hung on to their faith in God through it all. This is only the beginning of the dynamic testimony of Dick and Donna Walls.

    Having experienced unimaginable pain, broken hearts, financial ruin, and imprisonment, Dick and Donna have been called to Broken Vessel Ministries, a special ministry to the brokenhearted who need healing and a renewed assurance that God does care.

  • Cancer: A Sentence to Live

    Getting healthy is always a challenge. Staying healthy should be a top priority. It is a fact of life that the older we get, our bodies loses some of its essential nutrients. Many people who are facing various physical challenges are unaware of some of the herbs that could help them get and remain healthy. This book by Evelyn Reid seeks to fill that void. It will help you get back on the road to a healthier life.

    After 21 years of being cancer free is Evelyn Reid shares her personal journey of surviving and living healthy after a cancer diagnosis. In her book Cancer a Sentence to Live 2nd edition, Reid gives many details of her research, dietary supplements and eating healthy foods that can bring healing to your life. A cancer diagnosis can be frightening, confusing and depressing and it can be tempting to give in to passivity and even despair. Reid shows readers another way. By taking a holistic approach, Reid encourages readers to take care of not only their physical selves but also their souls, so that any obstacles to healing might be removed.

    A cancer diagnosis need not be a death sentence, but rather, it is a wakeup call to get busy and get healthy.

    About the author:

    Evelyn Reid is a budding new author who has written several books which includes Cancer a Sentence To Live, the new 2nd edition of Cancer a Sentence to Live, and Worship: Time in the word. Coming soon will be her latest book Dress Codes, I can dress myself. She is a researcher of natural and homeopathic medicine and a former instructor at Crossroads Institute of Biblical Studies. Reid is married to Dr. Donald M. Reid and they have one daughter Leni and grandson Evan.

  • Catching the Thief: A Story, A Search, and Schizophrenia

    “Schizophrenia is a disease that steals from young productive people in the prime of their lives. It steals past accomplishments and future opportunities. It steals their personality, their friends,and their dignity, It steals their very soul. I could feel my son’s pain. I could see the incredible fortitude it took to just hold on. My gut told me to search for anything and everything that was available to help him.” Author Bio In the fall of 1972, Kirk was a high school senior, full of dreams and aspirations. Class President for several years, awarded Scholar Athlete of his school, he was the All-American Boy. That is, until something happened which left his soul sidelined. In her book, Catching the Thief: A Story, a Search, and Schizophrenia, Diann Auld Reitelbach shares her and her son’s story of struggling through the crippling disease of schizophrenia. Their journey to find the right treatment spans three decades, ten states, countless doctors, therapies, and treatments—including orthomolecular medicine, mega-vitamins, cerebral allergies, electroshock treatments, dialysis, Faith annd Healing Clinics, and a very new experimental drug. Through her battle to save her son, Reitelbach paints an intimate portrait of the struggles surrounding this disease. Whether she is laboring to keep her faith, family, or sanity together; Reitelbach’s determination to free her son from the storm of schizophrenia never waivers. Their story will inspire its readers to never, ever give up.

  • Clipped Wings

    My book tells the power full story about my life. I’m grateful to be alive to share my story and hope it opens your eyes. Because we are living in a desperate time and freedom are not free. I’m thankful for what I have today, but my fight is not over jet.

    Author Bio

    My name is Corinna Montgomery, born 1962 in East Germany, City Jena. I started school 1968 and finished in 1978. I started a vocational school as Dressmaker. I couldn’t finish this school, because I got arrested. The reason for this was, my parents and I planned to escape in West Germany. We all got arrested in July 1979. 1981 I came to West Germany with my parents. 1999 I came to America, by then I had two sons. One lives today in Germany, the other one in America.

  • Clipped Wings: Gekürzte Flügel

    Mein Name ist Corinna Montgomery,ich wurde 1962 in Ost Deutschland, in der Stadt Jena, geboren.
    1968 wurde ich eingeschult und erhielt meine Abschluss 1978. Danach ging ich zur Berufsschule um den Beruf der Schneiderin zuerlernen. Ich konnte diese Lehre nicht abschliessen, da meine Familie verhaftet wurde. Der Grund für unsere Festnahme war, versuchte Republikflucht nach West Deutschland.

    Dies gescharr im Juli 1979.

    1981 wurden meinen Eltern und ich in die Bundesrepulik West Deutland entlassen.

    1999 siedelte ich über nach Amerika, zu der Zeit hatte ich bereite 2 Söhne.

    Mein Buch enthält die mächtige Geschichte meines Lebens.

    Ich bin froh das ich überlebt habe um meine Geschichte zu erzählen und hoffe das ich den Menschen damit Augen öffnen kann.

    Da wir in ungewissen Zeiten leben und verstehen sollten, das uns die Freiheit nicht für umsonst gegeben wird.
    Ich bin dankbar für was ich erreicht habe im Leben, doch mein Kampf ist noch nicht zu Ende.

  • Conquered in Corregidor, Unconquered as Hero

    A biography of my uncle’s combat and capture in the Philippines, and POW survival there and in Japan, WWII. Includes my own visits, observations and investigations in the Philippines in 2016.

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    When Richard W. Bartz joined the Army-Air-Corps at 18 in 1939–a big, strapping Irish-American lad–it was as much for a new home, and escape from a young life of sorrow and survival, as it was to serve his country.

    Upon his signing-in, he said, “Uncle Sam had never had a more eager recruit.”

    Eager or not, Dick had no idea what was in store for him. His enlistment took him to the Philippines, which locale and duty greatly pleased him. Then World War II broke out, anchoring its fangs deep into the tiny island of Corregidor, where Dick was stationed. His fate was sealed.

    Subsequently, Dick saw extensive and prolonged combat and action not only in Corregidor, but across Manila Bay at Bataan, where he would be captured and start the infamous Bataan Death March. But, he escaped his captors, only to somehow return to Corregidor from across the rugged Bay, and finally be conquered again after a brave defense.

    He then became a prisoner of war of the Japanese, and POW in the Philippines, and finally in Japan, until the Americans were victorious in the mid-40s.

    His survival skills from his turbulent youth saw him through years of captivity and torture. When he left the war zone at 6-feetplus and 108 pounds, he returned to the States only half the man he was–but he was alive.

  • Country and City Life

    The life challenges existing while surviving through good and bad times during economic, legal, and social confrontations can be true tests of strength in character. This emotional diversity facing African Americans to be stable while enduring a variation of obstacles presented as motivational tests that question our limits mentally and physically to continue faithfulness in religious beliefs. This religious determination allows us our ability for searching toward higher ground in becoming productive within society by trust in God while performing with greatest sense of urgency.

  • Crotch Thinking: A Memoir of Lust & Damage

    Crotch Thinking is the story of one baby boomer’s sexuality from his third year to his seventieth.
    Repression, hormones, and cultural forces led to a shotgun marriage and two daughters he adored and abandoned for a second, trophy wife. Passionate pleasure with her obscured the permanent pain brought on by her alcohol and drug addictions and his codependence. Then, the joy of their son’s open adoption was overshadowed by failed treatment attempts and professional ruin. After six decades he learned the difference between lust and love, but not in time to save his children from alcoholism, depression, obesity, and inability to trust. From this life millennial men can learn to reflect on their sexuality and communicate openly about it.

    About the Author:
    David Thomas is the pen name of a retired communication professor happily living with his third wife in the Midwest.