May 9, 2018

When a Man Made Me Angry

"When a Man Made Me Angry" by Mariena Allen

| Website | Twitter | You’ve met a new man and romance is beyond ecstatic! The vibe between both of you is one of a kind, but you’ve been warned! The excitement of marriage is unlike any feeling when you’re in love... daddy’s responsibility is to protect his little girl from sexual predators, yet he preys on her innocence. You’re wife #3, so what are your expectations from him? If you live long enough, eventually you might meet someone who lives to cause you harm. Some are obvious with their intentions. They count on your generosity and take advantage of your lack. Too bold and full of themselves, they hide their agenda. They take advantage of you using every manipulative method possible. Whether it’s pleasuring them, taking your money or your time, you pay with every grain of your existence! As you clean yourself up from your misgivings, be it personal or otherwise, you blame yourself for being a willing participant. You…blame…yourself.

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May 8, 2018

Remember to Forget

"Remember to Forget: (A Cozy Mystery)" by Jwyan C. Johnson

"She's an eye-witness. But she doesn't know it... at least not yet." After a Hollywood crime occurs in a small town, pressure sets in nationwide for answers. And detectives rely on their only lead: a teenage girl who saw the whole thing. The only obstacle is Dedra herself. Retrograde Amnesia has locked her out of her own answers from her own memory. But with a medical remedy to unlock it all, detectives suffer the additional mystery of her parents refusing to give consent. And Dedra must play detective herself to find the real reason why. With her hidden yearbook, and her tricky little sister, it’s an unfamiliar race down memory lane with lots of traffic, and shortcuts of insistence from sidekicks to pranksters to worse. But as justice becomes impatient, and family demands loyalty, Dedra faces a memorable dilemma: should she move past the past, explore it fully, or ‘remember to forget.’

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May 6, 2018

REINVENTING BRAND YOU

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"REINVENTING BRAND YOU – THE THEATRE WAY" by Vinita Vyas

There is that smaller world which is the stage, and that larger stage which is the world.” And yes! ‘You’ are constantly in spotlight on this larger stage. It is said that you are being watched every moment and formed impressions about. What if you watch yourself mindfully before anyone else does and forms an imprecise image of you?. This book shall help reinvent the Brand You through a practical journey of self-discovery with the techniques from the Acting World. You get to work up various components of your voice, choice of words, storytelling and your silent speech - the body language to present yourself more profoundly as Brand You…to show up! . “What’s seen is what sells!”. Feel Fully To Express Totally the theatre way - is the mantra! 

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May 6, 2018

Slowly Melting

"Slowly Melting: When the sun sets off the bomb" by Yuval Hollander

Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. On a high cliff above the Pacific Ocean, long-range missiles - concealed in hidden silos - are being prepared for action. Helicopters come and go. Heavy radar equipment is put into place. The most significant, sensitive, and dangerous military experiment in the history of the world is about to begin. Deep underground, in the command bunker known as “Fort Knox,” a final briefing takes place. President Harry Brough is seen on a large screen. On another screen, a live feed from NASA’s solar radiation monitoring system displays the progress of a solar storm. When the storm reaches its peak, the surveillance window for launching a nuclear-armed Minuteman missile will begin. Professor Burt Arnold, NASA Director of Solar Anomalies, explains to the President the massive storm’s potential for devastating global impact. Five-Star General Thomas J. McAllister has just received a situation update from U.S. Navy supercarriers and jets on full alert off the coast of North Korea. All the pieces are in place; the operation will commence as soon as solar radiation levels are right. About to retire after a stellar career that included deployments in Kuwait, Serbia, Iraq and Afghanistan, McAllister was supposed to begin transition leave today, but the president and the Joint Chiefs of Staff convinced him to delay his departure. The most highly classified mission in history needed the leadership of America’s top soldier. McAllister thought about how difficult it would be to tell his wife and daughter that he would not be joining them for a planned vacation in Thailand. It wasn’t the first time duty’s call had changed family plans. But this time was different. When the solar electromagnetic radiation nears its peak, people around the world begin to realize that their greatest fears about the portended storm were coming true. Satellites, electric grids, and any aircraft, ship, or vehicle using GPS are affected. Quite possibly, the storm might also affect the Minuteman missile, only a second before it leaves the atmosphere and loses contact. Meanwhile, the leaders of the United States and North Korea have their fingers poised over the so-called “red buttons,” ready to ignite nuclear war at any time. Will the sun sets off the bomb?

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