The Hell with Working <BR>Let's Go Sailing <BR>By: Edward Kahn and Richard Kiegler
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-486-1
Edition: Paperback, 196 Pages
Publication Date: May 15, 2007
Other Editions: Hardcover
Picture yourself clad in your favorite bathing suit relaxing on a sleek sailing yacht anchored in crystal clear water off white sandy beaches. Cool drink in hand, you’re soaking up the brilliant sunshine, trying not to awaken from this impossible dream. An impossible dream?? Not at all!!

A former couple from Endwell, New York not only had this dream but actually lived it.

Dorothy and Richard Kiegler lived aboard and cruised the Caribbean aboard their sailing Trimaran the “Malo Folau” for over seven years.

This fascinating memoir tells their story and includes original poetry by Richard Kiegler.
Out of Darkness Into Daylight <BR>By: Stephen Stanek
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-482-3
Edition: Paperback, 49 Pages
Publication Date: April 18, 2007
This author’s heart-wrenching story, whose totally dark days started at conception, were primarily finalized at birth, comes to a very successful, happy and wonderful conclusion at various stages throughout his lifetime. He had to overcome his only role model’s very sad and unhappy daily living style to propel himself to many achievements and accomplishments. A work of ongoing progress.
A Look Inside Bipolar Disorder <BR>One Woman's Story <BR>By: Tracy Suzanne Green
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-511-0
Edition: Paperback, 56 Pages
Publication Date: April 4,2007
This short book delves into the life of the author's life with bipolar disorder. Having symptoms since her teens, she was not diagnosed until she was twenty-six years old. This book gives one woman's account of what her life is like on a day to day basis. However, it also gives the reader her history and how she got to where she is today. It is a great book for a person suffering from bipolar to read, so that they know they are not alone. It is filled with drama, heartbreak, hope, and inspiration. Enjoy!
In the Shadow of His Hand <BR>By: Sarah Margaret Smith
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ISBN: 1-59824-394-2
Edition: Paperback, 148 Pages
Publication Date: November 28, 2006
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In the Shadow of His Hand is the true story of one woman’s uncommon life. With an almost idyllic early childhood, she contracted polio at the age of sixteen during the 1950 epidemic. Severely paralyzed, she spent eleven months in a rehabilitation facility in Warm Springs, Georgia. Her story vividly depicts her journey from a naïve young girl who struggled with great personal challenges to a woman brought by her Creator to a settled and sure faith in Him. Written with honesty, humor, and humility, this memoir unfolds the beauty and hope that a life surrendered to Jesus Christ can bring.
Scent of a Woman <BR>By: Phillip Von Blume
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ISBN: 1-59824-356-X
Edition: Paperback, 94 Pages
Publication Date: November 15, 2006
Scent of a Woman is about the love that has developed between myself, a customer, and an escort that I started seeing. The ups and downs of living the lifestyle that I started after I met her. Always loving her unconditionally and willing to help her in any way that I could. Never before in my life had I been so totally committed to anyone.
At War: Me and My Charley-47 <BR>By: W. L. Johnson, Sr., Lt. Col. USAF (Ret)
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ISBN: 1-59824-336-5
Edition: Paperback, 221 Pages
Publication Date: October 16, 2006
Other Editions: Hardcover
At War: Me and My Charley-47 is a new WW II book by an Army Air Force Troop Carrier pilot about the “flying stevedores” of the Army Air Force whose daily work was flying urgently needed gasoline, blood plasma, food and ammunition into cow pastures up front behind the armored spearheads and evacuating wounded in the face of terrible weather conditions. “Operation Varsity”, the Airborne crossing of the Rhine is described in graphic detail along with his squadron’s glider casualties.

This photo-illustrated book has an exceptional group of never before published pre-war photos of Hitler, Goering, Hess, Himmler, etc., at the mass party rallies in Nuremberg stadium. These photos were “liberated” under the noses of several hundred SS troops at considerable risk to the author.

He takes you from his Aviation Cadet training to becoming a twin-engine flight instructor before going overseas to England with 600 like instructors for a special mission, called “Eclipse”. His 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, better known as the “Yacht Club” Squadron, gets a new, 23 year-old commander after the former commanding officer is shipped home to avoid being tried for shooting the King’s pheasants.

He is awakened to a “Red Alert” to Hitler’s audacious plan to break out the German POW’s in England as part of the beginning of the Battle of the Bulge.

You spend Christmas Eve, 1944 with him in a French village, infiltrated by German soldiers and disaffected French during the Battle of the Bulge. And the trip back to England turns from “no place to land”, to a miracle.

He gets his kicks by buzzing enemy and allied farmers and hunters in his Charley-47, to General Eisenhower’s frustration, but one day he gets his come-uppance.

The squadron moves to Picardie in France and they decide to build an officer’s club out of glider crates and then throw a huge opening party with dancing girls from Paris. He even lands behind enemy lines in the later stages of the war and participates in a raid on a German village.

At war’s end, he helps liberate Norway and by happenstance, Copenhagen. His biggest thrill is liberated French prisoners of war going “bananas” while buzzing down the Champs Elysée in Paris and the Eiffel tower before landing them at Le Bourget to a super French reception.
The Purpose of a Medicine Is . . . <BR>By: Meena Nupur
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ISBN: 1-59824-343-8
Edition: Paperback, 337 Pages
Publication Date: September 18, 2006
This is a true story of a journey and a miracle. On December 6, 2005, in the offices of two separate medical experts, I was informed that my days were numbered. I was advised to take more medicines, and get admitted into the emergency room. If not, there was little the doctors could do. By then, I was already on numerous medicines for countless years. I knew that my body and stomach would not permit the intake of any more medication. All my life, I had lived my way. So, I signed a liability release form and decided to die my way. I surrendered to HIM. On January 7, 2006, I was down to just one medicine. I was on my way to full recovery.

It is a fun, happy, and romantic story that is culturally educational, medically astonishing, spiritually uplifting, and studded with travel experiences.

The journey was long and arduous, but never dull. It was scenic, adventurous, thrilling, and fulfilling. It took me through two masters degrees, two marriages, two children, two 10+ year long divorces, a few acquaintances, several friends, some companions, a career, several hobbies, the 7 continents, 5 oceans, 4 rivers, several islands, many debilitating illnesses, several awakenings, noteworthy self realization and a miraculous recovery. Most importantly, it helped me find answers to two very important questions. Is happiness a medicine? Is there one medicine whose purpose is to eliminate the need for all other medicines? The answers to both of which are a resounding – Yes.

Perhaps, that is why I got nicknamed AN – Amazing Nupur.
Blue Collar Real Estate Mogul <br>"Literary Work" <br>By: Joseph J. Cacciotti
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ISBN: 1-59824-275-X
Edition: Paperback, 129 Pages
Publication Date: July 27, 2006
This is a story about a young boy after losing his confidence in life begins a journey at the age of twelve as a helper to a perfect stranger. Only to find himself becoming more like a son to the stranger, and eventually ending up just like his teacher – a landlord.

Now after more than thirty six years and growing as a landlord, he shares some funny stories about his experience as a helper and on his own, he explains what it really takes to be a landlord. More important he wrote this book as a tribute to the man who not only became like a father to him, but also restored his confidence in his own self esteem. Together they were the greatest team mates not only on business but also in life.
Stretch Marks <br>Not Just Skin Deep <br>By: Amber Marie Court
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ISBN: 1-59824-260-1
Edition: Paperback, 128 Pages
Publication Date: June 16, 2006
In this entertaining autobiography of a spunky American teenager, Amber Marie opens her heart and tells all of her secrets. Overflowing with romance, and arm wrestling with her faith, she relives those all too-familiar predicaments that many girls live through in the critical years between age thirteen and eighteen. Step into the world of a spirited, ambitious young woman trying to survive; while all around her, the world tries to conquer her. As each day unfolds, the reader will feel her pain, her romance, and her discovery of life beyond herself.