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Pamela Sayers Werner Poet- TIMELESS TRUTH

TIMELESS TRUTH

by Pamela Sayers Werner

Freedom…it’s what we all long for; that weightless feeling of “sky’s the limit” and dropping into bed at the end of the day with a peaceful smile on our face as we drift off to sleep like a content baby.

So how do we break free from the negative things in our lives that keep us in captivity? So often in life we feel trapped, immobilized and ineffective at overcoming that which is keeping us from experiencing a joyful, peaceful, and fulfilled life.

Don’t lose hope! There is a formula for freedom that is available to anyone who desires it.

About Pamela Sayers Werner

Pamela Werner enjoyed growing up surrounded by the cornfields of southern Michigan with her parents and two sisters. Her imagination was quite active from an early age, and she loved creative outlets such as singing, writing, and dreaming up unique ideas. Her family was very involved in Christian radio ministry, and in her high school years they were transferred to Tucson, Arizona. Over the course of the next 30 years, real life occurred.

Website: www,timelesstruthpoetry.com

Email: author@timelesstruthpoetry.com

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Doris Schatz & Gerhard Kluegl Authors- DOWN THE AGES JOURNEY OF A HEALER

DOWN THE AGES JOURNEY OF A HEALER

by Doris Schatz & Gerhard Kluegl

forward by Gary E. Schartz, PhD.

http://www.gerhardhealer.com

In   DOWN THE AGES JOURNEY OF A HEALER, Doris Schatz introduces Gerhard Kluegl to an American audience.  Gerhard is a healer – the leading aura sugeon in Europe.  Reparing the physical damage from past-life experiences, he helps patients who have gotten no relief from Western medicine.  Some of the recoveries Gerhard has enabled are nothing short of miraculous.

Published by Wheatmark

ISBN: 978-1-62787-025-2

ISBN: 978-1-62787-026-8

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http://www.Gerhardhealer.com

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Nooshie Motaref Author- TAPESTRIES OF THE HEART

TAPESTRIES OF THE HEART

by Nooshie Motaref

Nooshie Motaref grew up in Iran and Studied in Germany, Switzerland and United States.  She received her master’s and doctorate degree in American Literature and Folklore from Florida State University.  She taught university courses on humanities, literature and critical thinking.  She frequently gives speeches on several subjects related to her birthplace including its culture, traditions and religion.

TRAPESTRIES OF THE HEART portrays four generations of Persian women over a span of one hundred years.  It depicts the effects of religion and politics – ever changing in Iranian society.  This tapestry stands out as a true representation of the cycle of life.  The destinies of these characters are interwoven with many threads and the events and consequences throughout have a major impact on their lives.  Throughout the generations, these women lived, loved and fought for what they believed in.  Though it was a struggle, they battled and endured when odds were almost completely against them.

http://www.nooshiemotaref.com

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Don Johnson Author- THIRTEEN MONTHS AT MANASSAS/BULL RUN THE TWO BATTLES AND THE CONFEDERATE AND UNION OCCUPATIONS

THIRTEEN MONTHS AT MANASSAS/BULL RUN THE TWO BATTLES AND THE CONFEDERATE AND UNION OCCUPATIONS

by Don Johnson

foreword by Richard A. Sauers

208 pages  #35 softcover (7×10)  20 photos, 21 maps, appendices, notes, bibliography, index

ISBN 978-0-7864-7320-5   Ebook ISBN 978-1-4766-0441-1   2013

This Civil War history focuses on Prince William County, Virginia, where two of the war’s greatest engagements were fought, thirteen months apart.  The First and Second Battles of Manassas are described in profound detail but so are the lives of resident families as a cloud of despair hangs over their lands.

The book captures the experiences of leaders and privates, the good and the bad, while revealing horrific accounts of civilian victims, largely undisclosed until the writing on this book.

Don Johnson retired as mission manger with NASA Space Program and spent 14 years as a park ranger/historian of Civil War battlefields.  He has written numerous professional papers and newspaper and magazine articles.  He lives in Gloucester, Virginia.

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