From Bordeaux France to San Francisco, California, Sail Cowabunga! A Family’s Ten Years at Sea follows a Franco-American couple and their two young sons across the Atlantic Ocean and into a ten-year journey at sea. Through their adventures and misadventures, tragedies, and glories across four continents, the Couvreux family rarely had a dull moment … Read More
Michael Phelps crossed paths with David Janssen, star of The Fugitive TV series, when working security detail at a party Janssen was attending in Los Angeles.
Little did either anticipate that one conversation would be the beginning of a friendship which would span 15 years – up to the time of Janssen's unexpected passing.
Michael Phelps, … Read More
Crowning Glory: An Experiment in Self-Discovery Through Disguise
You want your hair to be perfect to show the true you. But without the hair on your head, who are you? What if it is somebody else’s hair?
In this beautifully written, heartfelt, witty, and life-affirming memoir, Stacy Harshman tracks her amazing experiment. By wearing dramatic, … Read More
In the BC (before children) years, award-winning humor author Debbie Roppolo believed parenting would be a breeze. Had she known motherhood entailed fishing cell phones from toilets and pulling cocoa puffs out of noses, she might have become a nun. Armed with a sharp wit, her stories, and the realization that parenting is sometimes a contact sport, … Read More
In early August of 1990, author Bacil Donovan Warren found himself stunned, along with his fellow 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment troopers, to learn of Iraq's invasion of Kuwait. Follow along as we accompany him on the eight-month journey from preparing to deploy, to the defense of Saudi Arabia, and finally to the action of the ground war. Read More
Angels do indeed come in fur suits.
It’s love at first sight...for both of them. An abandoned yet tenacious pup with one blue eye and one brown eye beats the odds and is enlisted as one woman’s WINGDOG. It's a role he takes seriously, but he knows that his human needs more than just another set of eyes and ears. He must show her how to laugh … Read More
Tara Fox Hall’s writing career began in the pages of a small print magazine, Catnip Blossoms!, that a friend, Harald Moore, put out to promote his catnip farm in Johnsonville, New York. One short non-fiction article followed another, detailing her adventures saving wildlife, her experiences living on an acreage, and more than a few humorous recountings … Read More