The Spirit of the American Flag: Crucial Facts of American History Explained in Rhymes While Analyzing the Flag for Your Kid to Relate and Learn Effortlessly for School or Pleasure

Stories That Matter Need to Be Told to Kids in Fun and Engaging Ways. Otherwise They Will Refuse to Listen.

What if American history was told like a story? What if you could learn the facts and still have fun at the same time?

Kids don't have to read long, dry texts to learn the most important facts of American history. With Oluwabunmi Aladeokin's Poem, they'll be entertained all while learning! Oluwabunmi uses rhyming verse to make their learning easier and more enjoyable.

Oluwabunmi Aladeokin has put everything you need to know about the United States of America in a poem!

From stories of exploration and settlement to government innovators and inventors, Oluwabunmi Aladeokin's poem is filled with fascinating facts every American child should know. Fun rhymes make learning easier while still teaching children objective truths about our country. And some funny jokes mixed in just for fun!

And the best part is the book covers everything any third-grader would need for history class with plenty of detail like all about how the flag represents different parts of our country, why we stand up during pledge out of respect, or how the Constitution becomes law!

Got some concerns that your child might get bored reading boring texts? Then this is perfect for them (and you)! Introduce them to Oluwabunmi Aladeokin's poem written in a creative way that engages every kid while also teaching them about America.

With this book your kid will:

  • Fall in love with American history
  • Learn history facts fast while having fun with rhymes
  • Stop hating learning new things and fall in love with studying

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Chrononaut (Author Interview)

Chrononaut looks like an exciting story.  Can you tell us a little about John?

John is basically an average guy who is pulled into this unique situation by happenstance. The goal was to make him as relatable as possible while also giving him a unique personality.


Any plans to turn it into a series?

I was thinking about it. I could either do a direct sequel from the point of view of another character or an indirect sequel that takes place in the same world by is a new story.


That’s an amazing cover.  Can you tell us a little about it?

Well, I wanted a cover that invoked the essence of the story. My goal was to have an image that anyone would see and say, "that looks interesting."

What inspired you when writing Chrononaut?  

It is story that I had in my mind for years. I first drafted for a class by making it a choose your own adventure type game. Then, I decided write the actual story. The game is still playable at


What will readers get out of your book?

I think readers will like how mysterious yet fun the story is. It's the type of book you can get lost it and finish fairly quickly.


How did you come up with the story and ideas in Chrononaut?

I actually came up with the idea watching the television show Heroes, where one the characters had the ability to freeze time, teleport, and travel through time. I thought, what if there was a world in which multiple people had these powers, and what if these people were at war with each other.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Chrononaut?

Since the game version of the story is told as if the player is in John shoes, the biggest challenge was converting that into a cohesive story told in third person.


What do you like to do when not writing?

I spend time with my family and friends. I am married with children, and work both a full-time and park-time job, so I like to get my time in with them where ever I can.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

All my books are Also, anyone can follow me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter at @mindthetypos


I Need To Stay Faithful (Author Interview) 

2I Need to Stay Faithful, Else Y’all Gonna F.A.A.F.O. looks like a great journal.  What can you tell us about it?

This journal came from my Manuscript to Market Process. I took attendees from concept to market in a month! My students were surprised, but I was confident, and happy to show them how easy it was to do. I thought the title was provocative enough, and I walked them through the process of making it into a book ready for the sale on the published market.

But this book is also important to me because I really feel that way. I serve women who have escaped or walked away from a life of sex trafficking, and sometimes their trauma recovery doesn’t come with PG-13 language. You don’t want to know me without my faith to guide and ground me, so I can only imagine what people feel and process who have suffered in such a way.

I want any person or group who uses (or even looks at) the journal to feel that sass, that strength, but, most of all, that invitation to be as bold and honest within the pages as the title is on the cover.


How did you come up with the idea for I Need to Stay Faithful, Else Y’all Gonna F.A.A.F.O.?

I was beta testing Manuscript to Market Process and asked the students if they’d like to watch me make this book happen as proof of my claim to bring a completed manuscript through to tangible book proof within a month. Idea conception took place March 3rd, and on the final meeting (March 31st), I was holding the proof in my hands. I published the paperback a few days later, and the hard cover will soon be available for purchase. Now, as far as journals go, I think hardback books are better, but I am a writer, and I have benefitted from all kinds of journals.


How long did it take you to write I Need to Stay Faithful, Else Y’all Gonna F.A.A.F.O.?

The dedication and invitation took three days to write (after years of life experience), but the design for the images within the book took a little longer to design. Each part of the book was used as a teaching tool, walking the clients through the self-publishing process.

It was fun, too!


What will readers get out of your book?

Hopefully, my niche will make use of the sacred space within the pages to release the thoughts, dreams, and plans for diving deeper within their faith and healing. There is doodle space, blank lines for writing, and coffee stains (because coffee stains are proof of life). I hope people use this journal to help them feel ALL their feelings and use those feelings to heal and live authentically.


What motivated you to become a writer?

I have been a poet my whole life, because it is in my blood. But it wasn’t until 2015 (when I walked through the valley of the shadow of death) that my first book was published by A Word With You Press. So, the short answer is DNA, but the professional part of that journey is fairly recent. I did get my master’s degree in Transformative Language Arts, so I should have known I would go after getting published sooner or later.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing I Need to Stay Faithful, Else Y’all Gonna F.A.A.F.O.?


Teaching a live course about publishing while publishing my book was something I loved doing, but it came with some things. There were challenges (lesson preparation, answering questions, my kids’ bedtime, etc.) but I am so happy with the results.


What do you like to do when not writing?

I have two small children, so my knee-jerk response to that is “sleep”. I am also an editor, and believe it is a calling often more important than writing. But I find my happy place creating in pretty much any artistic way.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

My books are all available on Amazon.

To learn more about my editing, writing, speaking, or the Manuscript to Market Process, you can check out my website:


Sidhe: Of Danu Book One

College Freshman discovers she is a rare fae and is endangered by the fae and human machinations; protected by her beautiful Hawthorn Knight.

Ella Darling is seventeen and from Tennessee. During her first semester at Columbia, she befriends her dorm neighbor, Debra. Debra notices that Ella, like herself, is not human. On the Fall Equinox, gathering in the wilds of the Fairey forest, Debra decides to bring Ella to give her a crash course in what they are: fae.

While playing music with a large band of very colorful and diverse fae, Ella begins to shine-- literally. As she spends the evening reveling with the fae, the last seals are broken over her latent power, and she is revealed to be the first new Sidhe to be born in thousands of years.
Ella’s very existence proves threatening to more than just the royals and nobles of her people. A shadowy human group seeking to destroy the fae begins hunting Ella. Enter her sexy protector, Nieve (Spelled Niamh in Gaelic-Irish). She is a tall, beautiful fairy with large butterfly-like wings. She calls herself the Hawthorn Knight, and she swears to keep Ella safe from danger.

Ella also meets a centuries-old adoptive sister, who is now the head of a group that polices both worlds from the presence of an insidious organization called Sphinx, which uses immortal blood to achieve longevity, fairies being the most potent. Ella searches out the goddess Danu, forcing her return to the fae folk. She struggles to find a peaceful co-existence with several warring factions that don’t seem to have a single reason to permit her to breathe. She also digs deep into the mysteries as to why the fae are failing to have pureblood children, and the Sidhe are slowly fading away with each death.

During her inadvertent adventure into the world known as Fairey, Ella uncovers a plot to depose the Regent of the throne. Ella must protect herself, and her family, then she makes unexpected alliances (with the wild fairy centaurs and their God, Pan).

Her group of friends, and her very lovely Hawthorn Knight turn the tides of a major immortal human invasion into the fae court. Ella even catches the attention of the goddess Danu when she nearly dies saving the day from a traitorous Sidhe noble who fancied herself the next queen, even if she opened the portals to Fairey, to many of its worst enemies in the process.


The Boy With My Name (Author Profile)

The Boy With My Name looks like a powerful personal story.  Can you tell us a little about it?

It is a personal account of my early upbringing dealing with some traumatic things.


How long did it take you to write The Boy With My Name?

A little over a year.


That’s an amazing cover.  Can you tell us a little about it?

I wanted the cover to corelate with the first paragraph of the book “have you ever been afraid of your own name? The very thought conjuring up a relentless storm that won’t seem to pass, no matter how hard you try? It’s as if I’m caught in the eye of the storm, in a rowboat without any oars, waiting for the sun to shine evermore.” But also having a light shine through.


What will readers get out of your book?

An insight to my life and perhaps not feel so alone.  Hopefully people who need help seek help, that is what I hope readers get out of it.


What motivated you to become a writer?

Writing has always been my “escape” writing science fiction and fantasy was always interesting to me. This book however was the first time I wrote something honest about myself.

Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing The Boy With My Name?

The first chapter was particularly challenging to write due to content material. Writing in general was challenging at times for me I had no idea what I was doing or if I was even fit to write.

What do you like to do when not writing?

Hanging out with my buddies, reading and hiking. I’m a pretty boring person ha-ha.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

At the moment this my only book, but there will be more on my amazon page soon to come.



The Singer (Author Interview)

The Singer looks like an exciting story.  Can you tell us a little about Scott Bailey?

Scott is a lawyer, and he’s also a singer and composer (like me, the author of the book and the composer of the songs). He’s married with 3 children.

A big city lawyer for years, he’s gotten burned-out in the grind and wants to move to a smaller town that has lots of music to pursue being
THE SINGER. (I sing the songs, but in the story Scott sings the songs and adds depth and personal impact to the story through the songs.


Any plans to turn it into a series?



How long did it take you to write The Singer

2 years, but I’ve composed the 12 songs over the past 10 years.


That’s an amazing cover.  Can you tell us a little about it?

The mountains represent Colorado USA (John Denver’s song: Rocky Mountain High)

The guitar represents the music: a 12 song soundtrack that follows the storyline of the book, thus adding personal impact and emotion.


What inspired you when writing The Singer?
I’m a lawyer, like Scott Bailey in the story, and I was a nightclub singer earlier (I built my law practice signing in nightclubs and bars, and passing out business cards at the breaks. What better place to meet people who need an attorney? The Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News did articles on me: “The Singing Attorney” == “The Court Jester.”

Years ago (in what I call his ‘B.C.’ days – before he was a celebrity) I sang with singer John Denver for a few weeks. The lead song, ‘THE SINGER’ is written in tribute to him.


What will readers get out of your book?

Good feelings, hope, faith, peace and thoughts of restoration, even dealing with life’s problems (the story is adultery and reconciliation in marriage).

There is also a TEEN element in the book. Megan, Scott Bailey’s teen daughter plays a major role – confronting her dad’s hypocrisy as he urges her to remain chaste while he goes out and commits adultery.

It has a good, happy ending. Also, the book has a lot of good gospel thoughts and counseling for people dealing with problems.


How did you come up with the story in The Singer?

I’m both a lawyer and a singer / composer.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing The Singer?

No, except that a friend who read it in advance gave me the idea of including Megan, Scott’s daughter in the story for another perspective.


Can you tell us a little about yourself?

I just did somewhat: singer, lawyer, earlier working in nightclubs.
I’m married to Leenie for all my life. We’ve lived in Colorado for longer than I can even remember.

We just purchased a lodge in Hill City, South Dakota USA, about 15 minutes from Mount Rushmore:

This was after operating a wedding venue in Evergreen, Colorado USA for years:  but just sold it recently.

I used to humorously tell people: “I used to be a lawyer, who got people divorced. Now I own a wedding business and get people married. I like it better and I know God likes it better.”


Where can readers find out more about your work?

I’m known on the internet as ‘the Gospel Life Coach.” I offer FREE Christian books (mostly shorter booklets):
Jesus and Paul didn’t charge for teaching the gospel and I don’t either.




Our Lady of the Artilects (Author Interview)

Our Lady of the Artilects looks like an exciting story.  What can you tell us about it?

It’s been called “Catholic cyberpunk,” sort of a “the Exorcist meets Westworld” kind of story. 

It begins with the revelation that some artilects (androids) have recently experienced what appears to be a somewhat apocalyptic Marian apparition, similar to the one at Fatima in the early 20th Century. Authorities hope to dismiss it as a hoax, but then an artilect belonging to Amari Okpara, the wealthiest man in Africa, shows up at a basilica claiming to be possessed.  The Church sends Fr. Gabriel Serafian–an exorcist who used to be a neuroscientist–to Nigeria to investigate.

He pretty quickly finds himself swept up into a conspiracy of global, and possibly supernatural, scope. 


Any plans to turn it into a series?

 Yes, I’m working on the sequel, which will be titled “The Lucifer Particles.”  It will pick up shortly where OLotA leaves off.  Depending on what happens, there may also be a third book.


How long did it take you to write Our Lady of the Artilects?

That’s always such a loaded question! The short answer is 7 months.  The long answer is “my whole life.”

This is a deeply personal story of faith and doubt, the intersection of science and belief. I grew up an evangelical Protestant, studied religion in college, and lost my faith. I found my way back to it through science and ultimately converted to Roman Catholicism about 10 years ago.  I ended up going back to school for a master’s degree in data science–I’m about halfway through the program. The book is really a reflection of all those experiences.


What inspired you when writing Our Lady of the Artilects?

 I’m a huge fan of the writings of Malachi Martin.  He passed away some years ago, but he wrote some of the most chilling and accurate accounts of actual exorcisms ever recorded.  He was a towering intellect who also had some unique insights into the organizational structure of the conciliar Church and what I would call “sacramental history.”

Beyond that, my earliest memories of reading are of JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis.  Later on, I discovered metaphysical sci fi writers like Frank Herbert, Philip K Dick, Asimov, and the great Walter Miller, who wrote A Canticle for Leibowitz–the gold standard for Catholic sci fi.

I’m also a wannabe neuroscientist, and I think that VS Ramachandran is one of the greatest scientific minds of the last 100 years.  That’s saying a lot, given how far science has progressed in that time! His theories on mirror neuron evolution and the neuroscience of aesthetics were very influential.

Finally, there is a Sufi Shayk in Canada named Nur Muhammed who has fascinating ideas on the moral dimension of modern digital culture.  I really enjoy his YouTube videos.


Can you tell us a little about Father Gabriel Serafian?

 He’s a complicated character, and I hope an interesting one.  He had some neurological issues as a child, which led him to get “noetic implants” at an exceptionally young age. He had a brilliant career as an artificial neuroscientist and coder and was engaged to an astrophysicist. When he and his fiancee had a miscarriage, he left his old life behind to join the church, where he found himself apprenticed to an eccentric Irish exorcist. He’s naturally curious, but he struggles to reconcile his scientific knowledge and his commitment to God.


How did you come up with the story in Our Lady of the Artilects?

 It’s been on my mind for quite some time. I’m interested in the ethical and spiritual issues around transhumanism. As a Roman Catholic, I think transhumanism will be the single greatest challenge to St. Pope John Paul II’s theology of the body in the second half of the 21st century. So many moral arguments are rooted in the idea that human nature is immutable. Transhumanism strikes at the very heart of that, and it will require a vigorous response from not only Catholics but Muslims, Protestants, Hindus, Buddhists, and ethical humanists alike.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Our Lady of the Artilects?

 I wanted above all to write a book that honestly dealt with questions about faith and science, and what it means to be a human in the digital age. I have a point of view, of course, but I wanted to do justice to all of the arguments. There’s nothing worse than a preachy book!


What do you like to do when not writing?

 I work in digital marketing, so that keeps me pretty busy.  When I’m not working, I’m with my wife Cheryl and my two young boys Finn and Rowan.  I really should find a hobby.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

 The book is available on Amazon at the following link:

I also have a website at




Emergency Food Prep and Nutrition (Author Interview)

Emergency Food Prep and Nutrition looks like a helpful guide. Can you tell us a little about it? 

This is from the INTRODUCTION:

In 2014, during Atlanta’s “Snowmageddon,” we realized that businesses like our own were ill-prepared to support employees during such emergencies and exponentially bigger disasters such as Katrina and Harvey in Louisiana and Texas that were forthcoming.

Since then, the annual number of disasters and their costs to business have gone up, way up. To make matters worse, what one can buy with a dollar is decreasing, making it harder for the workforce to make ends meet and afford good food.

Thus, we offer the reader a quick overview on the history of meals, nutrition, food variety around the world, and what it took for our ancestors to survive and what it will take for workers and families to survive today. This book includes ideas for how to augment emergency food with common ingredients and items in the pantry and perhaps growing in the garden. Foraging for edibles in the field across the street or in the woods is another resourceful way to add nutrition and flavor and extend the duration of emergency food kits.

This booklet is meant to support the delicious and nutritious variety of foods we make and sell to businesses, organizations, and communities every day to provide food insurance and peace of mind before disaster strikes.


Any plans to turn it into a series?

Not really a series, but, we are considering making updates to the book and time passes, as food insecurity increases and as families have a harder time putting food on the table.


How long did it take you to write Emergency Food Prep and Nutrition

It took us about 6 months to write part time as most of our time has been spent developing our business that manufactures emergency food and distributes it worldwide.

What inspired you when writing Emergency Food Prep and Nutrition?   

Sadly, over half of the citizen of the USA cannot afford a $400 emergency. That means that when disaster strikes an area of the country with floods, or fires, or hurricanes that essential workers, especially those in high-reliability organizations (HROs) such as nuclear power plants, water treatment facilities, hospitals and the like, the workforce can’t afford the extra money to help themselves. They are, essentially,  paralyzed, unable to get their own needs met and unable to move to someplace safe. They will end up in FEMA camp lines. So, the book aims at helping people to understand nutrition on basic terms so they can meet the own food needs, to get creative about where to find the nutrition, and then to consider how to augment nutrition with long-term, shelf-stable foods.


What will readers get out of your book?

We hope readers, especially those who truly are in the workforce and in need of support from the companies they work with, if they feel it would benefit them and their families, go to their employers and ask for them to have food for them on standby, as a form of food insurance.


How did you come up with the ideas in Emergency Food Prep and Nutrition? We were looking to see what was going to be needed in the world to help solve food insecurity issues that have been brought on by government reaction to the pandemic, and now made worse by a Russian war with Ukraine. The book and a whole business was formed around this idea; How to have emergency food available to the American workforce when they can’t afford it and we need them?


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Emergency Food Prep and Nutrition? Yes, learning about and becoming experts in nutrition ourselves as we took on the challenge.


Can you tell us a little about your background?

Short Biography 

Husband and wife team, Kwiyoung Baumgarten, David Baumgarten are the founders of Secure Foods LLC, an emergency food supply and distribution company based in Highlands, NC.

It is our wish to help High-Reliability Organization with food insurance solution for their disaster planning goals in area of the country that are hardest it by natural disasters. 

Where can readers find out more about your work?


Why Suffer Alone: Overcoming Negative Thoughts, Overthinking, Panic Attacks, Depression, Stress and Social Anxiety


Some lessons in life we can learn by studying articles, doing our research, reading books, and even attending workshops. Others are learned through experience, by getting hurt or bruised by what life throws at us. Everybody is different and finds their teachings in different formats, different mediums, and in different phases of life. It doesn’t matter at all where you find the help and support, the advice and guidance you need. The only thing that matters is that you do go out and find it when you are ready to change your present and future.What this book shares is the life lessons of someone who has spent many years in the dark cloud of depression, anxiety, and elevated stress levels. It was a life of disempowerment, of thriving on the victim mentality, and of endless suffering without purpose. It was also a time of bondage, of bad memories stored away right in the top drawer of the memory bank, ready to be flipped open and shared whenever possible, ready to disempower whenever it could.

It is, however, also a 
story of hope, one that started when fears were faced head-on. When you opt to run from your fears, you will always be chased. Hence, the advice, tips, guidance, and practical examples shared in this book are from a life of overcoming victimization and the freedom you, too, can enjoy when you take responsibility for your life. The hope is to help you find the wisdom, courage, motivation, and inspiration you need to move from darkness and into the light.My question to you is, Why Suffer Alone??

GET YOUR COPY OF Why Suffer Alone: Overcoming Negative Thoughts, Overthinking, Panic Attacks, Depression, Stress and Social Anxiety.

In Why Suffer Alone, you'll discover:
  • What is Stress, the 5 Stages of Stress and how to look out for them
  • The Cycle and challenges of Change
  • Panic Attacks and how to Get Through a Panic Attack
  • Depression—A Cause or an Effect
  • Your Brain and how it Adapts to a Change of Perspective
  • How Neuroplasticity Works and How to Use is to Your Benefit
  • Expand the Horizons of Your Emotional Intelligence, become emotionally strong and overcoming negative emotions
  • Your Self-Talk, it’s purpose and overcoming negative self-image
  • What is Overthinking and how to Know the Signs
  • Why Negative Thoughts Trap Our Minds Much Easier and how to stop thinking negatively
  • Role of Desire and Expectation
  • How to overcome negative thoughts and be mentally strong
  • How to Break Bad Habits
  • The Importance of Living in the Moment
  • How to Overcome Social Anxiety and Build Your Network of Support
  • Meditation, how it works and how to Meditate
  • The Importance of Visualization
  • Mindset Growth Hacks and Mental health care
PLUS, WE’LL TAKE A DEEP DIVE ON Freedom and What it Truly Means to be free

There are several practical steps, real life examples, tips and stories to help with different learning styles, grab your copy of Why Suffer Alone today! Take back control of your lifeIf you are ready for change Scroll back up and click the "BUY NOW" button!

Shifting My Perspective, Mindset, and Routine Changed My Life: A 30-Day Affirmations and Journaling Routine

Negative thoughts can get the best of many people. Today’s world can be cruel and chaotic. Over the last couple of years, we have all been living through a global pandemic which has impacted individuals mentally. When we do not take care of ourselves, those negative thoughts can lead to irrational thinking habits, depression, anxiety, anger, low self-esteem, etc. Instead of living with that, it is time to shift our mindset and change our narrative. LEARN HOW TO WIN DAILY Affirmations and Journaling will… • Provide daily positive messages • Challenge the current beliefs you are living with • Foster self-accountability • Provide a safe place to communicate emotions and feelings daily • Teach you how to live with your authentic self through words and feelings

Author IG: @_ceotherapist_

Publisher IG; @wcwriting1

Rain No Evil (Author Interview)

Rain No Evil looks like an exciting, true story.  Give us the gist in a nutshell.

After a powerful prayer for change, a portal opened in my home in West Virginia and allowed in entities that sprayed water inexplicably inside of my home where my police officer hubby and two boys lived with me. Friends and family witnessed this phenomenon along with other apparitions such as orbs and busted tires in locked garages. An out-of-body experience led me to a priest who exorcised the house and to a shamanic healer who removed the negative attachments to my energy field.

I healed from the panic attacks I was having and pushed passed trying to understand why this had happened to me and into acceptance that this entire metaphysical awareness was the catalyst for the change I desired.

This experience transformed my life from living a miserable life in a verbally abusive relationship to helping others to peer into the unseen realms and to discover their life path. I am excited to share this incredible story of transformation! I didn’t ask for this to happen, but I am glad it did. We don’t always know what we need but God, or the universal life force does.

What was this about a car named Leslie Mann hitting your car?  Talk about synchronicity! A lady backed into my car and as we exchanged insurance information, I find out her birthday is the same day as mine and she had just purchased her car that week and named it Leslie Mann after her favorite actress! I have always wanted Leslie Mann to play me if it became a movie! I reached into my trunk and handed her a Rain No Evil book! So she crashes into my car and I give her a book! That’s some good karma right there!

LOGLINE: A woman prays for liberation from a verbally abusive husband, but the demon in the mirror and the water drenching the inside of her home may cause her to lose her family, her mind and maybe even her life.


Any plans to turn it into a series?

No, but I can see a movie! The screenplay version is in the finals at the New York International Film Festival. It’s cool, creepy, sexy, funny and brings enlightenment to the forefront.


What was the highpoint of promoting this book?

I shared this story with over 3 million folks from all around the world on George Noory’s Coast to Coast. I sat in my mom’s floor and cried. It was quite healing to do this after years of having panic attacks when speaking.


What inspired you when writing Rain No Evil?   

I was compelled to share with everyone I met. I’d taught English for twenty years, so writing a book seemed reasonable. Laughing because I just dove in and thought okay, so I’m going to write a book.

Bonus: Signed copy of book when order directly from my website under PayPal or Venmo tab.


How did you come up with the story in Rain No Evil?

I experienced this story first-hand. I wrote it as a creative fiction so I could escalate the pace to keep things interesting, not that the story was dull by any means. HA


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Rain No Evil?

Just making the time to write was challenging, but I did because it was an incredible, life-changing experience I needed to share with the world.


What do you like to do when not writing?

When I’m not life-coaching clients in my holistic healing business, I hit hot yoga, hike or travel. I enjoy family time and nothing sweeter than the smiles they bring.


Where can readers find out more about your work?




Ecstasy Of the Heart (Author Interview)

Ecstasy Of the Heart looks like an exciting story. Can you tell us a little about Lillie Damon?

Lillie is a witch that uses witchcraft. She is in love with Paul and loved him since high school.

Any plans to turn it into a series?

I am currently adding to the story.

How long did it take you to write Ecstasy Of the Heart?

One year

What inspired you when writing Ecstasy Of the Heart?

I wanted to write a paranormal love story.

How did you come up with the story in Ecstasy Of the Heart?

The relationship between two people often faces challenges. I thought the use of a voodoo doctor and a witch could provide greater conflict to the story. I add the minister to show that God will always overcome evil. The conflict is between good and evil.

Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Ecstasy Of the Heart?

Writing the spells that were cast.

What do you like to do when not writing?


Where can readers find out more about your work?

My book is on Libri, Fizzo, Novel Cat, Sofanovel, and Ireader.


Charlie's First Haircut

Charlie's First Haircut: Join Charlie and his dad as he goes to get his first haircut! Who will he meet? What will he see? What new experiences will he have? Let's find out what special surprises are in store.

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