A Love Story from the Heart
By Terry Atkison
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Megan, an innocent girl from a small, rural town, moves to the bustling city of Johannesburg, South Africa to make something of her life and career. She learns the hard lesson of trusting the wrong guy.
Then Brian came along. She knew she should trust him. He was everything a woman could ever wish for. But how could Megan be sure?
A beautifully told tale of love. Travel to a far away country and get swept up in the love story of two very different beings who are faced with daunting challenges to their happiness.
If you are a believer in true love and romance, this is a story that will touch your heart and live on in your mind.
""What a sweet and lovely story! The tenderness expressed throughout the book will touch your heart! This book again proves that you don't have to include explicit sex scenes to have a love story. Thank you for this!" - Amazon Customer
"Wonderfully written! Could not put it down!"
"Sweet, wonderful and clean- with a depth of wisdom and truly loveable characters. 5 stars."
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My Special Gifts
By Bernie DiPasquale
Life gives us all many gifts, we only need to pause, look around, and appreciate. Bryn, my 3 year old Grandson, tells his story about his gifts. Gifts given by family, friends, and everyday life. We need to teach our children at a young age the tools for happiness and contentment.
The book was written with a heartfelt family story.. I could just imagine the pure enjoyment of reading it with my Grandchildren ..
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On The Fault
By Ronald J. Wichers
Illustrations by Victor Guiza
For those who bring war without necessity
From those who forevermore
A necessary war, what would that be? doubtfully one waged by the most powerful nation on earth against one of the tiniest and poorest; and for some ten years.
We Americans are always acutely aware of our own casualty counts. We have not, however, shown the same concern regarding the Vietnamese, both civilian and uniformed, killed or wounded or driven insane, in the conflagration. One million, two, three millions?
The opinions and emotions the war triggered divided the American citizenry as few things have.
But On The Fault was not written to address any of these matters. It is simply an attempt to afford the willing reader an opportunity to feel what those who fought in that war felt, in the simple hope that America’s involvement in Vietnam would be properly remembered, so that a future gang of reckless fools at the top might be deterred from repeating the horror of a war that need not happen.
Even wars waged with the noblest of causes breed a kind of free-floating hatred – the trickle-down poison that can pollute and saturate even the most high-minded of nations. What of one fought without even the slightest justification?
All that killing and mayhem; where does it go?
Whether all-volunteer or conscripted, isn’t it always the little people who carry water for the rich and the powerful? Are you of draft age? Are you registered with Selective Service? Do you have a child or a grandchild of draft age? Do you ever think about the worthiness of our recent wars – these undeclared, unconstitutional military actions? Or do you care? Beware, there could very well be another draft should our adventurism slide completely out of control.
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Meet Author- Ronald J. Wichers
Ronald J. Wichers was born in Lake Ronkonkoma New York in 1947. He attended Catholic School until 1965, studied History and literature at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas until being drafted into the United States Army in 1970. He was assigned to a rifle company in the 25th Infantry Division in Vietnam and, after sustaining severe wounds in a gun battle, including the loss of his left am, was awarded the Purple Heart Medal, the Army Commendation Medal for Heroism and the Bronze Star Medal.
He later studied theology full time at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley California. He has published several short stories about the Vietnam war. The Fear of Being Eaten/A Biography of the Heart is his fifth novel.
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