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This book explains that within each of us is the Ego or I Am which we all call God. It has a chapter devoted to each of the six major world Religions calling them Blind Men for not recognizing the teachings of Oneness to be found in each Religion. From Christianity it quotes from Christian Science, Judaism from the Qabbalah, Islam from the Sufis, Hinduism from the Upanishads, and the Nirvana Sutra from Buddhism. The book shows that we first must understand the present spiritual nature of God, Man and Universe. John Morell has formed the Society Of The Universal Man with a Web Site of the same name to explain this concept. The book can be obtained from Amazon.com, from any bookstore or from the author for $10.00 plus postage. E mail address: [email protected]
Don't know what to get your wife, sister, or female friends for Christmas? Any woman would enjoy the fictional diaries "Veronica's Soap Opera Life", Veronica's Attempt at Romance" or "Veronica's Hapily Ever after" by Chantal Bellehumeur. Please visit www.rosedogbookstore.com or Amazon for more info. (Also available is the thriller "Just.Another.Common.Killer" by the same author)
Don't know what to get your husband, brother or male friends for Christmas? Anyone who likes a good thriller will enjoy reading "Just.Another.Common.Killer" by Chantal Bellehumeur, a novel based on Jack the Ripper. Please visit www.rosedogbookstore.com or Amazon for more info.
Please visit www.rosedogbookstore.com or Amazon and check out "Veronica's Soap Opera Life", Veronica's Attempt at Romance" or "Veronica's Hapily Ever after" by Chantal Bellehumeur. The ficional diaries would make great gifts for women! Also available is the thriller based on Jack the Ripper, "Just.Another.Common.Killer", by the same author.
Veronica's Soap Opera Life by Chantal Bellehumeur Veronica is a young, single mother, who always had bad luck with men. Although she has a negative view of men in general, and has trouble trusting them, she can't seem to live without them. In her attempt to avoid being alone like her divorced mother, she becomes involved with men too quickly. She subconsciously goes for the bad boy types, and pushes the decent guys away. Unfortunately, she doesn't realize the negative effects her unhealthy patterns are having on her emotional well being until her life has turned into a soap opera. Veronica's diary is filled with her complaints and personal thoughts on men, her sarcastic and over analytic remarks, as well as all her frustrations and dramas mostly caused by the men in her life. Of course, she also details her love interests and the affairs she gets herself in-and-out of. Veronica's Attempt at Romance by Chantal Bellehumeur After her unfortunate share of bad boyfriends and lovers, Veronica decides to try being single for a while, before looking for Mr. Right. A blast from the past gives her a change of heart, but she pushes away her new love interest right into the arms of his ex-girlfriend. Veronica secretly wants to win him back, but does not want to steal another woman's happiness. After taking time to herself, she finds herself in a bizarre love triangle, and must make an important decision. This sequel to Veronica's Soap Opera Life is Veronica's new and improved journal, where a story of romance is waiting to be told. Veronica's Happily Ever Afterby Chantal Bellehumeur As Veronica's relationship with her boyfriend, Scott, gets more serious, her happiness grows more than she ever thought possible. Everything she ever dreamed of, and more, is finally coming true. Instead of running away with fear, she embraces everything good that comes her way because she realises that she deserves it all. Of course, not every moment of her life is perfect. Veronica's third and final diary is filled with the obstacles she must overcome to reach her goals. All books are available to purchase at www.Rosedogbookstore.com and Amazon.
Doctors, Lawyers, Warriors and Thieves written by Dennis E. Hayes is an autobiography about his formative years of growing up in the fifties and sixties in the most violent city in America during the Race riots. It depicts the events of his life that influenced him to enlist in the United States Marine Corps along with others to serve their country in a time of an unpopular war. It reflects the many paths of men who served in Vietnam with their aspirations of becoming Doctors and Lawyers who instead became Warriors and Thieves. Its pretense is to show what happens to men of war and how they did not adapt to societies treatment of them when they returned home. They thought they might be heroes when they returned home but suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorders that no one would recognized and that changed them forever. http://www.publishamerica.net/product23819.html http://dehsigner.tripod.com/
WWII's Pacific combat graphically told in vignettes. Laugh and cry as The Lost Diary's never-before-told stories reveal a soldier's life between battles. Illustrations, photos. Hardcover. For more information, visit http://www.lostdiaryww2.com/.