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  • How to Prepare for Everything

    Empowering you to Face Disruption with your Community, and to Feel Good about the Future* by

    There are an endless number of disasters to worry about. Preparing for every possible disaster leaves you with a long, disorganized list of things to buy or do, which may not match personal needs. Preparation can seem unattainable. We check off the ...


  • Smoke and Mirrors

    The Illusion of the Employment Services Sector by

    Smoke and Mirrors, The Illusion of the Employment Services Sector pulls back the curtain on the dark side of outcome based, government funded employment services. Despite the billions of tax dollars invested, the sector itself has become a ...


  • A Life Continued

    Living After Losing Your Best Friend by

    “Fear mixed with dread, combined with a heart racing, stomach-churning sense of panic . . .” Donna Easter’s reminiscence of her husband’s death to prostate cancer cuts deep. Even if you’ve never lost a partner, grief comes in all shapes, she ...


  • Mobilize Food!

    Wartime Inspiration for Environmental Victory Today by

    Faced with a climate crisis, can people commit to action? Faced with evidence that our agriculture and our diets fuel that crisis—producing significant greenhouse gases—can we muster the vision to produce and consume food differently? Transforming ...


  • Life of A Concubine's Granddaughter

    A Baby Boomer's Story by

    “Like a cat, I feel that I have lived through many lives—none of them sheltered. I’ve never had it easy, but then, I am not one to take the easy way out and I do not give up too easily. Actually, I have had more than my fair share of living, and ...


  • Sehnsucht: The Story of Grisch.

    A Life in Letters by

    In my early years, I felt sadness in my Grandpa Grisch; it seemed to cling to him. What feelings could not do, however, was give me greater understanding into his inner world. Unknown to me, family had stored close to one hundred letters for over ...


  • Poisoned Mind

    The true story of Deidre Ann by

    Abuse moves in cycles. When you’re born into it, you know nothing else. Kindness, warmth, and love are foreign to you—it scares you—even though you long for it. When you escape abuse, it’s all you seek because it’s all you know. Deidre Ann lived ...


  • You Have Control

    by

    You Have Control is a unique and highly personal memoir that delves into the author’s most intimate and painful experiences, and explores how they changed him with a view to freeing others from having to suffer a similar fate. After a successful ...


  • Weaving Our Dreams

    The Tboli People of the Philippines by

    When artist Francis Herradura takes an immersive cultural journey to Lake Sebu on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines, it not only inspires her to create art, it motivates her to share her experience with the world. Weaving Our Dreams: The ...


  • What We Blacks Need To Do Part 2

    by

    This book was written for all readers from eight to 128 years young, located in all fifty states, D.C and beyond. I took microscopic looks at many of the problems we face every day and/or seasons. Those in education, religion, family, jobs, ...