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  • God’s Therapy & Cure By S. D. Lucifer: A Play


    Homo sapiens are in dire need of transcendence, a waking up,
    to be “born again,” ENLIGHTENMENT!

    The Play is all about the fall of Spirit into matter (involution) and the long climb back through the evolution of consciousness. It’s about God’s fall out of the Godhead and Lucifer’s extended Therapy to bring us to greater understanding, and to upgrade Sapiens, particularly before they cause a “Therapy Interrupt Us” in the final war of Armageddon.

    It’s all described in the enclosed letter to God by Lucifer, and the enclosed Play, a comedy-farce as God’s Therapy, as though icing on the cosmic cake. Join more consciously in the effort of Lucifer’s Therapy, along with the Angels, to help God topple General Ignorance from Heaven’s Throne, in preparation for the next species.

  • Love at Camp Polari

    The Honeycomb Salon/Academy in Atlanta, Georgia is one of the biggest hair and beauty schools that carry Hair Stylist, and Barbers. It is owned by Mr. Jack and his longtime mistress slash business partner Francine. They are very successful in pursuing their dream. An Academy of this magnitude are bound to have its share of
    drama amongst the laughter and fun. Young female and male students revolve in and out, but regardless, they remain a family. Venice the protagonist of this story requires that everyone remain as a family and she is the glue of the Honeycomb.

    Two new workers join their team, Rome Culpepper from Florida and Lisa from San Francisco. Rome is handsome, muscular and desired by all women. He is an expertise in designer cuts that give him the ability to fit in with Drew, Mitch, Marvin, and Joseph. Rome didn’t come with a lot of luggage, but he packs a deadly disease that is invisible to the naked eye. Joanna promiscuous ways get involve and causes her demise and the closing of the Salon. Lisa from San Francisco meet Drew, Joanna’s brother, and turn his life upside down, by withholding her secret as a transgender.

    Venice the protagonist, starts a new life after her divorce. While in Italy she meets Virgo Valerino, a fashion designer. They both clique in their professions and fall in love.

    As of 2017, Aids has killed between 28.9 million in the U.S. and 41.5 million worldwide. And an estimated 36.7 million people are living with HIV.

    About the Author:

    Robert E. Harris is a compassionate writer, who loves to inspire and teach hope in stories that reveal the greatness in everyone, big or small. He writes briskly through thorough information that sparks the imagination in an entertaining way. Robert writes with rich detail intriguing in anecdotal information. He has ventured in various genres such as women fiction, children books, commercial fiction, and historical fiction.


    During World War II, this “Child of Miracles” gives hope to thousands of Marines during some of the deadliest battles in the Pacific.

    The story opens with fierce battles raging between the Japanese and Marines for control of Henderson airfield on Guadalcanal. During these battles, natives on the island find a wounded child of six in the jungle. Padre’s prayer vigil brings her back from near-death. He coincidentally names her “Patsy Li.”

    The saga then takes us back to early 1942, where a child is fleeing from Singapore with her mother aboard a crowded evacuation ship. Suddenly the ship sinks. Separated and set adrift in treacherous waters, mother and child survive. The mother never gives up the search for her child.

    Many years later, a reunification meeting of Patsy at the orphanage with her possible mother. When all seems lost, unexpected evidence appears that suggests that Patsy might indeed be her long lost child.

    They both become U.S. citizens with the help of Padre’s official contacts. Patsy Li ultimately overcomes her traumatic experiences, until a later DNA test changes everything—or does it?

    Captain Rev. Frederic P. Gehring was the First Naval Chaplain to receive the Legion of Merit Medal from the President of United States, and the Presidential Unit Citation, for his heroic work on Guadalcanal.

    About the Author:

    After receiving an honorable discharge from the USAF, in the mid-1950s, Robert Thomas Fertig worked at the Columbia University Physics Lab, setting up experiments for graduate-level students. Soon thereafter, he became an Information Technology travelling instructor for General Electric.

    He later joined Sperry Univac, as Competitive Analyst, where he created the popular Corporate Newsletter, “Industry Measures.” Fertig then moved to Advanced Computer Techniques, as Vice President of the Technology Analysis Group. Subsequently, he founded Enterprise Information Systems, as President.

    Robert T. Fertig is the author and/or co-author of ten books. His more recent works include Guardianship Reality, Consequences, Culture Battles, Middle East Quicksand (a novel and possible future TV series), and Best Interests of the Children. Mr. Fertig also spent a total of ten years as Guardian ad Litem volunteer and Eldercare.

  • THRICE TWAIN: Three one-act plays

    MARK TWAIN was born Samuel Langhorne Clemens at Florida, Missouri, in 1835 and died at Redding, Connecticut, in 1910. The various occupations in which he was engaged included that of printer, journalist, magazine editor, travel-writer and of course, Mississippi riverboat pilot, (hence his pseudonym, taken from the navigational practice of lowering a plumb-line and marking off the depth in fathoms, i.e ‘Mark twain’ meaning two fathoms, twelve feet, safe water. He made fortunes from his writings, but later became bankrupt= and went on a round-the-world lecture tour in order to pay off his creditors.

    About the Author:
    PAMELA MANT has spent a lifetime in the theater, appearing in over 200 plays in weekly repertory in England. Working as an actress and writer for the BBC she has broadcast her own short stories and has played many varied roles in Sound Radio and on TV, including that of creating the original Christine Archer in Britain’s longest-running daily serial, “THE ARCHERS”. In Ireland she appeared as a series regular for fifteen years on Irish TV’s “THE RIORDANS,” as Mrs. Howard (the doctors wife) and has played leading roles at Dublin’s Gate, Olympia , Abbey and Gate theaters. Pamela has continued to appear in films and TV in Hollywood. She has recently finished her first novel, THE EARL’S HILL ADVENTURE” and has for the last 34 years lived in Southern California with actor-husband Patrick Omeirs, their three horses, Sirius Blue, a Royal Collie and Curly Cute, a Bichon-Poodle mix.

  • To Heal a Cold Heart

    The mafia life was the only life Darwin had ever known, being the second in command for the East Side mafia he had committed ruthless bloodshed, thievery, and made heartless choices. For many years Darwin searched to figure out why an unknown mafia was fighting so diligently to eliminate his. His search comes to an end when he unexpectedly meets a little boy. It is a story of a way of life, a clever little boy, and a healed heart.

    About the author:

    Valarie Umar grew up with a love for reading and a passion for writing. She has always dreamed of publishing a book and sharing her stories with millions of readers worldwide. She was once told that “A true author tells the story of someone who wasn’t able to tell it themself” and she believes that the characters in her books and their stories came to her through inspiration. She hopes to make a great name for herself as an author and most of all that her readers enjoy her story as much as she enjoyed writing it for them.

  • Trial and Triumph

    A young couple, planning to marry, are torn apart when
    the Sioux uprising erupts and throws their lives into peril
    and turmoil. The young man, distraught when he believes
    his betrothed died in the battle of New Ulm, and believing he has
    nothing to live for, joins the union forces which are drawn into
    the front lines in the monumental Civil War battle of Gettysburg
    where he is wounded and taken prisoner by the rebel forces.
    When the young woman recovers from her wounds, she sets out
    to find her love, but will she find him before it is too late?




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