Blending personal experience and real-world events in a fictional wrapping, Operation Ivy Bells offers a never-before-seen glimpse of these heroic men fearlessly facing death to gather the intel that tipped the scales to win the Cold War.
"Submarines and Secrets"
This book is focused on prevention of child sexual abuse. It elaborates on the possibility of preventing abuse by avoiding a potentially abusive setup. The book discusses the numerous challenges faced in trying to work effectively with the various "systems". However, it also demonstrates that even an ordinary citizen can do something effective to prevent child sexual abuse.
A scientist takes on the distortions and outright lies foisted on the public! Robert G. Williscroft firmly establishes that the sky is not falling. By using scientific research and solid reasoning, he explains some of the most disturbing problems facing our nation including global warming, the safety of nuclear power, the politics of education, and the oxymoron of government efficiency. With a clear message, he discerns what is true from what is merely Chicken Little gibberish.
"Everyone around you has preached about the importance of time"... for those who are ready to break the chains. For those who are ready to stop being slaves to time, and instead turn their eyes to the Master of Loving-kindness, this audiobook is for you.
Forty-five-year-old Walter Baker, recently divorced and downsized out of his airline-pilot job, has elected to enter the wilderness, physically and metaphorically, to review and reinvent his life. The wilderness he finds is far less idyllic than he had hoped. Even before he can move into an isolated cabin near Klamath Falls, Oregon, he meets an attractive widow with a troubled past and a mental-health counselor disguised as a fishing guide, both of whom immediately insinuate themselves into his life.
This is a unique story focusing on long term impact of bullying on the human psyche. The book also demonstrates how to overcome the impact of bullying and obsessive compulsive disorder.
Oregon Trail Honeymoon is about Ida, the daughter of Chastity Skylark, who develops a hankering for the Oregon Trail. She's been living as a mountain woman for years and now it's time to test her wings. She orders up a mail order groom, as well as supplies for the four month trek and they start off on the trail, as she and her new husband Flint consider the four month trek an extended honeymoon. There are many obstacles along the way; not the least of which is simple survival.