Book of Month

April 13, 2018

Her Viking Heart

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"Her Viking Heart" by Heidi Herman

| Facebook | As young woman struggles to cope with the ultimate loss, she comes across a family secret that changes everything. When her father is killed a year after her mother’s death, Anna Miller is alone. With no other family and a dismal dating history, loneliness and depression threaten to overwhelm her. She finds new purpose after discovering her father's hidden research and is determined to complete what he had started. Anna begins a journey to unravel the family mystery buried in four generations of deceit. As she follows the clues, she finds a new love and a sense of belonging, but is it real? The present and past collide when she uncovers a family legacy of lies and betrayal, cold-blooded ambition and vicious deceit surround her. The answer she searches for may reveal her true heritage but threaten her own chance at happiness and a new life.

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April 12, 2018

The Night That Jimi Died

"The Night That Jimi Died" by Darragh J Brady

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | What if soul's could cross over at the point of life and death. What If your life was pre-ordained as a result of such a meeting as you where being born into the world. Kirsty was born in Knightsbridge Infirmary London, the same hospital that a famous American Rock Hero had died in 20 years before. Could there be a connection between these two completely unlikely connected people. Could Kirsty have the ability to hear the voice of this American Rock Star as she grows up to be one of the greatest Guitar Heros of her time.

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April 10, 2018

Papa, Where Are You?

"Papa, Where Are You?" by PJ Easterbrook

| Author | Facebook | Abruptly taken from their family, separated from their father, and abandoned in an orphanage, two young sisters face their future all alone. Set in the 1920's and based on a true story, Betty and Julie live through six terrifying years of their life and seek to understand their ordeal.  It's a story of faith, resilience, and strength of two young girls. Reviews: "Excellent book! Gripping from page 1!" Such a great book about life in the 1920s and 30s. The story was very well written, and you really develop true feelings for these people. Hard to put down because I wanted to know what happened! Easy to read in one night. ~ Kristin B "I so enjoyed this story of two sisters' long journey through difficult ..." I so enjoyed this story of two sisters' long journey through difficult circumstances that drew them closer to one another, and to God. The author paints a beautiful picture of the reality that God is always in control even in circumstances that seem out of control! ~ Rhonda P.

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April 9, 2018

Information Warfare

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"Information Warfare: The Meme is the Embryo of the Narrative Illusion" by James Scott

| Twitter | YouTube | Amazon | Cogito ergo sum (I think, therefore I am), but who does one become when the thought is hijacked? We are no longer a society ruled by geographic lines in the sand laid by men who won and lost wars 50 years ago. Rather, we are a society governed by ideological variation, led by chieftains in a digital tribal society. This is the new world order and the precise opposite of what the self-proclaimed elites had planned. The United Nations is no more relevant than Facebook. The new covert is overt. WikiLeaks is more in the know than an intelligence analyst in the CIA, and Google’s dragnet surveillance censorship algorithm has become the new gatekeeper of critical information that could lead society into a new renaissance. The power shift has gone from a focus on kinetic controls to an all-out battle for the psychological core of the global population. Digitized influence operations have become the new norm for controlling the electoral process, public opinion, and narrative. The potency of the actors in this space is fierce. Both nation-states and special interest groups in every conceivable variation are battling for the pinnacle position in controlling the public narrative, and though there are many initiatives operating in this space, few understand the actual process for harnessing a consistent grip on the narrative in this digital age. While most actors attempt to use archaic relics, such as the mainstream media, nation-states and sophisticated special interests are gunning for the almighty meme. The meme is the embryo of the narrative, and there is a process to harnessing its potency. Ideas are the composition of memes. Belief systems are the composition of ideas. Belief systems and their reinforcement create the narrative. Control over the meme renders control of the narrative; thus, he who controls the meme controls the population. Therefore, the objective is not to focus on control of the narrative; rather, the hyper-focus has become the creation, mutation, expansion, and replication of the meme. The mind is the new war space, and the meme is both a subliminal hand grenade and the new nuclear weapon. Psychographic targeting renders the expedience of parasitically embedding the meme within the vast labyrinth of the mind....

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