The Immigrants Who Built America: My Father’s Footsteps through Ellis Island. As told by his wife Linda Santiso. What would happen if you ventured to a new country halfway around the world where you could not speak the language? This was the situation faced by your ancestors as they began the quest for a new and better life. It was to be a life full of hardships and injustice. Child labor was legal, and safety laws were nonexistent. In addition to the high rate of job injuries, jobs were without fringe benefits. Immigrants toiled in unsafe work conditions for poverty wages with no hope of citizenship for twenty years. It was a life to be endured with only hopes and dreams for daily sustenance. This enthralling story will take you on a journey you will never forget! This is a story for all of us, because it is the story of our ancestors. Join Ramon Santiso Quiroga as he walks the trail of history with them the history that built America! Genre- Historical/Non-fiction
This book was written primarily for those young people, both boys and girls and their parents and/or mentors who, for whatever reason, believe they have no chance at a successful life. This book is the story about a young boy who believed he was in that category while growing up. That little boy changed those odds and ultimately did many things that most people cannot even dream of. Dick was expected to work twelve- to fourteen-hour days every day until he left home to join the air force when he was seventeen years old. By the grace of God, Dick somehow graduated from high school since he never once, in twelve years, ever had any time to do homework. Dick’s very best childhood friend was his Dog King who is on the cover of this Book. Without King, Dick’s childhood would have been very, very difficult, for they were always together. Life was about to change dramatically when Dick joined the air force when he was seventeen years old. The title of the book, “Destiny,” is very appropriate since it was at that time when destiny played a major role in Dick’s life. Dick should have never passed his induction physical due to an unknown severe bundle branch blockage in his heart, but he did; he should have never been accepted in the Air Force’s air weather school, but he was, graduating forty-third out of a class total of 187. He remained in the air force for a total of four years. In his book, Dick discusses many more pivotal events where destiny played a major role. non-fiction/historical
The workbook addresses several concepts and starts with the prevention of relapse. The major part of the workbook is how to develop support systems for maintaining recovery that contribute to successful recovery. The text shows many elements that contribute to addiction. It goes into detail about the genetic aspects of addiction. There is also a segment of how executive functioning of the brain can get impaired with addiction that compromises judgment, impulse control, and the ability to organize. But these impairments can be temporary with practicing having good judgment and impulse control, since new neuropathways can develop with exercising these functions. The stages of recovery and change are reviewed as well as the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. One chapter is dedicated to powerlessness and unmanageability. At the end of each chapter, there are references for the reader to consult that have been used for the content of the workbook chapters. Find out more at https://www.amazon.com/Successful-Recovery-Relapse-Prevention-McCausland-ebook/dp/B079648R6X Non-fiction, self-help
Ten years after her Blind Date With God began, Joycee is at peace with her past. She has forgiven the unfathomable and wants to share her story. Her book tells the good, bad and ugly truth of the healing process she walked through – bringing with it a strong message that anything is possible to overcome if we are willing to be honest with ourselves. It’s a riveting journey of forgiving herself and those who have harmed her. In the midst of her painful journey is where 414 Ministry was birthed. A nonprofit that empowers and equips victims to become thriving survivors for such a time as this. Find out more and get to know Joycee here- https://www.facebook.com/joyceereynolds/
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It’s inevitable that we’re all going to age, but Dr. Ronald Kaiser has discovered a way to make it enjoyable. In his new book Rejuvenaging: The Art and Science of Growing Older with Enthusiasm, Dr. Kaiser lays out the path to not only embracing our later years but making them the best half of our lives. Drawing on more than a half-century of clinical experience, and 80 years of living, Kaiser shares his simple plan to success. Find out more at http://www.thementalhealthgym.com/ Non-Fiction/Self Help
A Haunting Journey to Destiny- A Fictional Look at the Early Life of King David
One of the most prominent names in the Bible is that of King David, who is a significant spiritual figure in the traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The story of “David and Goliath” has become one of the most recognizable tropes in our culture.
The Leper Messiah, by Robert M. Levinson, takes a dark, often mystical walk through the life of this iconic figure. Levinson’s book explores the forces, both human and magical, that molded a shepherd boy into a king destined to unite the tribes of Israel. This is not a religious book. It’s a work of historical fiction that reimagines the life of King David on multiple levels.
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“It’s the relentless attention to the “small beginnings” that will make all the difference.” Wesley Berry’s fresh flower business started in a small florist shop in Detroit some forty years ago, but he quickly propelled it to a $60 million-dollar international company with 30 franchises in five states and a customer base reaching 130 countries around the world. In his new bestselling book, Big Things Have Small Beginnings, Wes Berry inspires, empowers and equips the reader with the tools that they need to succeed in whatever they aspire, in both business and in life. For anyone planning to start a business, is deeply enmeshed in one, or is just wanting to kick-start their life, this is the guide to get it done. Available at: Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Goodreads or the author’s website: http://www.WesleyBerry.co For a review copy or to interview the author, contact Scott Lorenz of Westwind Book Marketing firstname.lastname@example.org Non-Fiction/Self Help/Business
Four students with four unique experiences, residing in three different countries. What do they all have in common? They have either completed or are on the path of completing the entire Kumon Math and Reading Program, which ends with critical reading and calculus. Their mastery of self-learning and ability to study above grade level has led them to achieve remarkable heights at such a young age.
Meet Jessica, at 10-years-old she speaks six languages and dreams of becoming a fiction writer one day.
Meet Elina, 14-years-old. She won a national architecture competition that asked students to design a model for future schools.
Meet Etash, at 16-years-old he has already created and published two apps, won the 2017 Congressional App Challenge for Colorado and was invited to Washington DC by his congressman.
Meet Jesica, 20-years-old. She is researching accessible and inexpensive solutions for diabetes—Mexico’s number one cause of death—in the diabetes lab at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
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Kathryn Magnolia Johnson tells her story, a colored woman born during the Jim Crow Era, yet courageous in her quest for racial justice, academic and social equality. Kathryn helps us experience the Argenta Race Riot of 1906, WWI France in 1918, and her activism for literacy selling her Two Foot Shelf of Negro Literature. Find out more at https://amzn.to/2vnNGAa Non-fiction, memoir, history
The present volume offers a new approach in the quest to discover the truth about nature. The main idea is to proceed, not by way of observation, but rationally by working out the implications of a formal signature of the world’s existence, an algebraic form called the Law of Laws. Find out more at http:/www.principleoftruerepresentation.com Non-fiction, philosophy, metaphysics
Fall in love with India and the bustling city of Mumbai in Ajay Kaul’s book of short stories, Mumbai Matinee, truth-based fiction that acts as both memoir and travelogue. Mumbai Matinee portrays the veritable feast of the commerce, people, and danger which make up India’s most populous city and financial capital. Filled with eight interconnected short stories based on Kaul’s life and work there, this charming book is a terrific pleasure read and highly recommended if you plan to visit.
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Anyone who has seen the blockbuster movies The Thomas Crown Affair or Bullitt will want to read The Pursuit of Happiness, a new novel by the same writer, Alan Trustman. The highest paid screenwriter in Hollywood at one time, Trustman now turns his pen to fiction, which reads and moves with the same crime thriller speed as his movies.
From the opening chapter we are rocketed into the world of a Boston bad boy who is recruited to work for the government.
“All of the material in The Pursuit of Happiness is true,” says Trustman. “Not a lot of people know that Boston was the contract killing capitol of the country throughout the 1940s – 1970s. Maybe later. I did a lot of research on the Boston gang wars.”
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