Autobiographies

Kladno Tales (Kladenske Povidky) <BR>By: Craig A. Morgan
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-110-1
Edition: Paperback, 225 Pages
Publication Date: November 24, 2009
“Kladno Tales” (Kladenske Povidky) is a collection of short essays taken from the views and experiences of an American high school English teacher living in the town of Kladno, a former industrial town located 20km from Prague in the Czech Republic.

He writes about local people and places as well as about his teaching experience and his relationships with the students. Kladno Tales is very entertaining light reading which gives the reader an idea of what it’s like for a man to integrate into a foreign society, become accepted as a local and after some time feel more at home in the foreign society than in the one in which he grew up.
The Cry Of The Innocent <BR>Why Am I Here? <br>By: Peggie Perry
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-090-6
Edition: Paperback, 203 Pages
Publication Date: September 10, 2009
Other Editions: Hardcover
This has to stop, putting people in prison for sex crimes that never happened. It’s ruining too many lives. Someone has to do something. My life has been destroyed and the sad thing is I’m not the only one this has been done to.

I know how awful it is for an innocent man to be in prison. In my case I am the victim, yet I am a dot on the sex offenders map. I have spent time here in this prison, a place that tries to suck not only the life out of you but also the soul.

Every day I fight the desire to give up and just become a part of the prison, but I won’t let myself because I don’t belong here. I have not committed any crime. I believe I was put here not by mistake, but by intention. I have yet to find the answer to why. In many sleepless nights here in this locked cell, far from home, I have searched for the answer.
The Living Soul <BR>By: Charles Collins
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-066-1
Edition: Paperback, 112 Pages
Publication Date: July 14, 2009
Other Editions: Hardcover
The Living Soul is the story of the life of Charles Collins; a man who overcame the challenges of growing up poor to join the US Army and serve his country in Viet Nam, marry, complete a Civil Service career, and ultimately found his way to a close relationship with God. This book also includes many of his original poems.
Born Dead to Live Again <bR>By: Dallas Ezra Haynes
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-999-6
Edition: Paperback, 134 Pages
Publication Date: February 13, 2009
Born Dead to Live Again is about a young man being literally born dead. How a black woman in a levee camp in Saint Joseph, Louisiana in 1946 would lift up the white child before the Lord like the lion cub in Lion King was lifted up. Her prayers would give the child strength to go forward.

Impossibilities would follow him all his life, but the Word of God would deliver him from them all.

The young man would go on to be the manager of Engineering, Maintenance, and Product Development at one of International Paper’s top research centers in the United States.

Today he has a television ministry and a ministry to help women suffering from drug and alcohol addition, along with teenage pregnancies.
Alone <BR>By: Don Gaede
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-984-2
Edition: Paperback, 54 Pages
Publication Date: January 5, 2009
“ALONE” presents the thoughts and feelings the author experienced following the death of Betty, his beloved wife of over fifty-five years.

There was no choice for him but to endure this tragic event, but he found it extremely difficult to participate in life while being all alone. Ever so slowly, he devised a plan to try to accept that life-shattering day, cope with the pain and grief of all the days that followed, and learned to live alone.

Using the foundation of God’s Word, Forgiveness, Acceptance, Determination, Thankfulness, Courage, Bravery and Endurance he began to rebuild a new way of life.
Shillingtown, NC - Before I Forget 73 <BR>By: Roscoe Poole Jr.
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-836-4
Edition: Paperback, 101 Pages
Publication Date: June 13, 2008
The life of growing up in a small North Carolina community called Shillingtown in a home of love, discipline, respect, and responsibility yet weak in education but rich in faith and religious beliefs. I am one who had an unfaithful father, a handicapped mother, a grandfather who was the apple of my eye, and a great grandmother who attended school only three weeks but knew the Word and lived the Life. Believe me, family life was great in my days!
Command From Above <bR>A Missionary's Journey <br>By: Finis B. Jeffery
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-850-0
Edition: Paperback, 277 Pages
Publication Date: June 9, 2008
After a face to face call from Jesus Christ to “be a missionary”, Finis left the security he had become accustomed to and moved forward in faith. The journey was a challenge, an adventure, and sometimes an unexpected and delightful experience as the Holy Spirit opened doors, and Finis simply stepped out with Shirley in faith and trust through a great 30 years of life as missionaries in South Korea!
Hooked on Blogging <BR>By: Kent Marchant
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-796-1
Edition: Paperback, 214 Pages
Publication Date: April 9,2008
Hooked on blogging is a compilation of short stories. They consist of memoirs and incidents both current and past in the life of the author. Some are funny, some are sad, many are thought provoking, all of them are true. The comments from others about each story are sometimes more interesting and meaningful than the story itself.
So Proudly We Served <BR>By: Charles V. Falzone
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-765-7
Edition: Paperback, 218 Pages
Publication Date: January 25, 2008
Other Editions: Hardcover
The True Story of Charles Falzone and Catherine Brogan-Falzone

Most of us as Americans know all about war; by watching TV or going to school or to the movies. Our history books and the foundation of our country were built on war. You could say that Americans are fascinated with war and the history of wars, believe it or not most of us will never be in a war. Our armed forces are there for you to enlist in or be drafted into in case of war. Only a small percent of us actually fought in our wars, except our civil war, which took only American lives.

Not many of us will ever live the lives that Charles Vincent Falzone and Catherine Brogan-Falzone lived. Their amazing lives were only something we saw in the movies, or read about in books. Out of war came a beautiful romance and love that bore three sons. This book is not about war, it is about love and dedication. War is the background; dedication and love also comes with war.

It is hard to believe that two people could meet and fall in love during a time of three wars. Not make believe love, but a special love that would last for over fifty years. They met in time of war and lived through the terrible events that go with war. He was a medic first and a Warrant-Officer/M-Sgt second. His dedication to saving lives came first. She was a Captain of Nurses dedicated to the care of her patients.

This book will take you on a journey of war, love, and peace. The lives of these two extraordinary people who lived for their country, would have given their lives to save their fellow soldiers. They were blessed with a dedication and love for their fellow man. Read on to discover Charles Falzone and Catherine Brogan-Falzone on their fascinating journey through life. They were soldiers.
Tales from Camp Cupcake <br>By: Rich Lindsey
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-726-8
Edition: Hardcover, 217 Pages
Publication Date: November 14, 2007
Tales from Camp Cupcake chronicles the misadventures of a military finance guy in war-torn Iraq. You are invited to follow along as the author describes life inside the wire during his four month deployment to western Iraq. Originally written as a private weekly diary for family members and a few select friends, the journal was soon shared with others and quickly became a Monday morning “must-read” for friends and strangers alike all over the world!

Written with a humorous and entertaining flair, this real life account brings a fresh perspective to behind-the-scene activities of troops performing support functions during combat. Experience firsthand the trials and tribulations of this “bean counter” as he attempts to support the greatest military machine the world has ever known!