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David W. Powell
David W. Powell

My Tour in Hell

Podcast

David served in the Marine Corps in Viet Nam as a rocket man in 1966-67 and subsequently suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.His recovery would not begin until two full decades later. This is his remarkable tale of comeback and courage.

 
Chris Roerden

Don't Murder Your Mystery

Podcast

A career editor demonstrates why most fiction manuscripts are rapidly rejected. Loaded with positive examples from 140 mystery authors, this well-researched volume shows numerous ways that ALL writers can dramatically improve their craft and put forth the fresh new voice publishers demand.

Even multi-published pros Margaret Maron, P.J. Parrish, Phil Hardwick, and Kathryn Wall admit to learning new techniques from Don't Murder Your Mystery.


Frances Shani Parker

Becoming Dead Right

Podcast

A Hospice Volunteer in Urban Nursing Homes is the captivating account of Frances Shani Parker's hospice volunteer experiences in Detroit nursing homes. All of us are entitled to the rewards of a peaceful, pain-free death. This book honors that with true stories about hospice patients and inspiring insights from the author. Becoming Dead Right guides us through the general and "how to" information maze that prepares us for dealing with death.

Improving and expanding hospice services will require systemic changes in healthcare institutions, outreach to diverse populations, and funding. With the inclusion of hospice programs in nursing homes, dying with dignity becomes even more important. Millions of aging baby boomers heighten the urgency for better hospice care and conditions in nursing homes.


Patricia K. McCarthy

Patricia McCarthy - The Crimson BoyThe Crimson Boy

Podcast

Patrica McCarthy began penning erotic poems in 1999, eventually surpassing six hundred of which three hundred were subsequently selected for her books of poetic verse.

She has no idea why erotica came to be her genre. She literally woke up one morning with raunchy poetry pouring out of her that evolved into prose.

"I believe in the wisdom of the Greek philosopher Aristotle and his theory of Catharsis: release those pent up emotions."


 

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