Monday, February 18, 2019

Author Line-Up for 2-19-19

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

News, Book Signings, Book Reviews, Poetry, Publishing Questions and Author Interviews too !

At 9: 05 am Author Paula Sullivan will discuss her book, " Simply Being Happy "


Is it a lottery ticket? A rich uncle? A huge, mysterious payoff? 
Deep down, you know those things will never come. The waiting game only results in losing. Instead, you can stop waiting and discover that you already have what you truly want - happiness. It's there inside you, just waiting for you to access it. So what's the secret to finding it? Using your imagination. And Paula Sullivan has done just that - her imagination has led her to developing and exploring new practices you can use to achieve happiness simply by changing your thoughts. 
In Simply Being Happy, she'll teach you how to strengthen your imagination just like any other muscle so it can bring you the results you want. 
In these pages, you'll discover how to: 
- Change your thoughts about money from scarcity to abundance. 
- Accentuate the positive in your life. 
- Pay attention to the words you use and thoughts you think. 
- Reprogram those words and thoughts into life-altering positive ones. 
- Learn to spot your own Doppelgangers for self-improvement. 
- Access your inner wisdom so you always know what is best for you. 
- Create your ideal day and your ideal lifestyle for the rest of your days. 
Are you ready to live the life of your dreams? Are you ready for the happiness you've always craved and know you deserve? Then start creating it now by reading Simply Being Happy.

Monday, February 4, 2019

Author Line-Up for 2-5-19

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

News, Book Signings, Poetry, Publishing Questions, Expo's and Author Interviews too !

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9:05am Author Christopher Rondina will discuss:" Ghost Ships of New England " and his other works new and the past.

A ghostly schooner glides through the mist off the coast of Maine. A Connecticut lighthouse keeper continues to guide ships to safe harbor nearly a century after his death. Pirate ghosts wander the Rhode Island shoreline in search of salvation. These are only a few of the strange but true stories of New England's phantom ships and the spectral seafarers who haunt the shadowy cliffs and moonlit coves of the Northeast. Tales of ghost ships, haunted lighthouses, and other nautical nightmares are a deeply rooted aspect of traditional Yankee folklore. Some of these legends can be traced to genuine shipwrecks and historical events, while others remain a mystery, shrouded in rumor and lore. However, one fact is undeniable: these terrifying phantoms have been witnessed by countless people over the centuries, from common sailors and fishermen to celebrated scholars and heads of state.