In author Nancy Craig’s first children’s series, The Nanny Boo Adventures, Nanny Boo is a little girl who knows how to have fun all while pursuing her dreams and sticking to her true identity.
Nanny Boo is the classic tomboy who takes pride in being different. Being the neighborhood leader for fun and adventure sometimes places Nanny Boo into some difficult situations. But with the help of her friend and classmate, Murray, there isn’t any situation too sticky for them to tackle together. They even serve as the perfect support system for each other when family passes away and friends move away.
Join Nanny Boo in this four-book children’s series exploring birthday parties, picnic lunches, football games, babysitting, new baby sisters, yard sales to help the homeless, and even moving to a new state! And that’s just half of Nanny Boo's fun. Read and learn more about this new super girl hero, Nanny Boo.
Nancy Craig is a retired elementary school teacher, having taught first, second, fifth, and sixth grades. She holds a B.S. degree in Elementary Education from University of Texas at El Paso. She has also taught adult reading and bilingual English classes, as well as adult and children's Sunday school. She and her husband Bob have been married forty plus years, have two daughters, and five grandchildren. They currently live in Fort Worth, Texas, and share their home with their Border collie, Shiloh. Nancy's first book, The Liar's Legacy, was published in July 2014.
The Nanny Boo Adventures: Birthdays, Bicycles and Braids is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-614-9) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-62137-618-7). Tadpoles, Picnics and Field Goals is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-615-6) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-62137-619-4).Babysitting, Lifeguards, Yard Sales is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-616-3) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-62137-620-0). Movin’ is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-617-0) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-62137-621-7). All of these titles are available from Virtualbookworm.com, Amazon.com, and Barnesandnoble.com. This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. For more information on the author or the book, please go to www.nannybooadventures.com.
Do you feel stuck and trapped in your life? Live with a haunting sense of defeat? Does life feel like an uphill climb without a summit in view? Dr. Bruce Wood addresses these questions and many more in his new book, Rising Up To Meet the Challenges of Life, and reminds us that we are not alone in our struggles.
Wood points out that the key to rising up to meet challenges is faith in the living God. This book will be your road map to victory as you learn to apply Biblical principles in difficult times. As you begin to activate your faith and take positive steps to grow, you will overcome, face the challenges and be victorious. "Thanks be to God. He gives us the victory through Jesus Christ our Lord" (I Corinthians 15:57).
Dr. Bruce Wood has been a United Methodist pastor for forty-one years and served six congregations. He has helped hundreds of people navigate the treacherous storms of life through his preaching, personal care, leadership and support. Following high school, he attended Texas A&M University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture. He then attended Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. His Doctor of Ministry degree is from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is married to his childhood sweetheart, Connie Plummer Wood, and they have four children and six grandchildren. Through his personal journey and assisting others to rise up and face the challenges of life, he has learned anybody can live victoriously with a Christ-centered perspective in all of life.
Rising Up To Meet the Challenges of Life is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-583-8), hardcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-584-5), and eBook (ISBN 978-1-62137-585-2) from Virtualbookworm.com, Amazon.com, and Barnesandnoble.com. This book can be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. For more information on the author or the book, please go to www.wood-books.com.
Author E.C. Olson combines his knowledge of history and the Florida Keys with his penchant for writing about bizarre but true events surrounding World War II in the historical fiction, Winds of The Marquesas.
The novel follows an extended family of Florida Keys’ pioneers – the Collins-Adderley Family - as they endure personal tragedies during and after WWII, despite encounters with famous historical figures: Ernest Hemingway, Presidents Roosevelt and Truman, Tennessee Williams, Fidel and Raul Castro, Meyer Lansky, and many more. The setting of this epic saga isn’t limited to Florida; the non-stop action takes the characters across Cuba and the northern Caribbean and as far afield as Chicago, New York, Washington DC, and Berlin.
In addition to his avocation as a writer, E.C. Olson, PhD, is an explorer, ecologist, historian, and avid outdoorsman. A long-time resident of the Florida Keys and founder of The Museum of Natural History of the Florida Keys, Dr. Olson traveled extensively throughout Cuba and the Caribbean over the last thirty years conducting research for this book. His work and writing have been recognized internationally with numerous awards, fellowships, and grants. He is presently working on his next two books - the prequel to Winds of the Marquesas and the contemporary fiction After Matthias.
Winds of The Marquesas, published by Man O’ War Publishing, is available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-9905595-0-4) from Virtualbookworm.com, Amazon.com, and Barnesandnoble.com. The eBook (ISBN 978-0-9905595-1-1) is currently available on Amazon.com. The printed book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and Europe. More information can be found at the publisher’s website, www.manowarpublishing.com.
Author P.D. St. Claire returns with his third book focusing on the Irish in Washington DC with Mount Olivet— The Rising.
The year is 1993, and the Rileys of Chevy Chase MD have prospered in construction, advertising, real estate and the law. John Riley is a third generation CEO of Hennessey Construction Company, making it a regional force since taking it over from his mother, Mary, in 1968. His younger sister, Mary Kate, is heading her own advertising agency in New York City and their brother, Michael, has risen in law to tier-one status in the power canyons of politics and commerce in Washington DC.
As the story opens, John struggles to balance work and family, dividing his time at Hennessey Construction and assisting his daughter, Bright, in restructuring Hennessey Land Company whose $900 million in valuation may soon be at risk with the IRS. The burden worsens as Michael is rushed to emergency by?pass surgery, all the while Mary Kate struggles with the imminent departure of her only son and child for military service in Israel.
As each of the Rileys push forward in the narrative, they find themselves challenged beyond what their career successes may bear, increasingly turning to their heritage for support; most especially their mother, Mary, whose counsel draws on her own appreciation of love as a life force and the faith that has sustained her over 91 years.
P.D. St. Claire is the pen name of Paul Belford of Kensington, MD. In addition to the first two books of the trilogy — Swampoodle and St. Patricks's Day, both published by VBW— Mr. Belford has authored Notes from a Passage (VBW), fiction and non?fiction works on Vietnam as well as two books on professional development for association executives. Following eleven years with the federal government as an international economist, he currently works as an executive recruiter serving the non? profit and association communities. A graduate of Boston College, he earned his MA in Economics at Fordham University.
Mount Olivet is available in softcover (ISBN 978?1?62137?568?5) and eBook (ISBN 978?1?62137?569?2) from Virtualbookworm.com, Amazon.com, and Barnesandnoble.com. This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States, Australia and United Kingdom. For more information, please go to the author’s official website, www.pdstclaire.com.
Jason Ruder’s life is about to change forever as he learns the truth about the old muscle car in the shed. Join Jason as he discovers the muscle car era in the new novel Metal Horses by Ron Ames.
Jason enters the muscle car era through the stories of his reclusive neighbor as she recounts the time of bell-bottoms, draft cards, and the music of the early 70s. She describes the antics of a crazy group of friends with such emotion that Jason can actually feel the insanity of street racing, and the tension caused by the Vietnam War. A misguided romance on which an Amish man and a disillusioned war veteran give their advice, adds to the calamity as the recluse fulfills a vow made long ago, and answers the question, "Do you really know who you are?"
Through humor and tragedy, Metal Horses tells a tale of civil disobedience and misguided romance in a small Pennsylvania town during the muscle car era.
Ron Allen Ames' Metal Horses is set in the last years of the muscle car era. To those who were of age during that time, this book stirs memories of crazy things that happened with cars, stunts pulled with friends, the turmoil caused by the war, and how elusive love can be. Ames also wrote the WWII novel, Vessels of the Strand.
Metal Horses is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-477-0) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-62137-528-9) from Virtualbookworm.com, Amazon.com, and Barnesandnoble.com. This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. For more information on the author or the book, please refer to the official author’s site, metalhorses.com.
The saying holds true that the two certain things in life are death and taxes. Luckily, doctors work hard to ward off the former, and it's time that doctors had means to prevent the latter: over-taxation. Financial expert Brandon Archibald provides the much-needed treatment that will resolve taxation woes. A Prescription for Doctors to Keep More of YOUR Money is filled with his hard-earned knowledge, custom tailored for the needs of our nation's healers.
For America's health professionals, taxation is a heavy and painful burden. Despite the best efforts of physicians and specialists nationwide, excessive taxation often seems like a chronic and widespread disease with no cure. Archibald reveals the steps to cast off financial torment by learning the basics of minimizing tax burden, how to legally keep as much of your income as possible tax-free, and much more. A Prescription for Doctors to Keep More of YOUR Money provides the knowledge needed to face next April — and all the tax days after for years to come — without fear and loathing.
Brandon Archibald is the founder of The Ivy League Advisory Group, a leading-edge financial planning and investment firm that provides financial strategies for the group’s clientele from its headquarters in the Greater Boston area. In his role as the group’s Wealth Manager, Brandon utilizes his drive, knowledge, and experience to help professionals keep more of their hard-earned revenue and ideally make the money they save work harder for them.
A Prescription for Doctors to Keep More of YOUR Money is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-605-7) from Virtualbookworm.com, Amazon.com, and Barnesandnoble.com. This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. For more information on the author or the book, please go to www.archibaldbooks.com.
What should you do when your home away from home is threatened? When loved ones around you feel helpless? You rise to the challenge and find a solution. Author Matt Shea is back in a new novel featuring Chase Mansfield in The Meadowdale Community Project.
Demolition crews continue to raze abandoned and condemned structures in the sleepy town of Meadowdale – a city hit hard by the sluggish economy. A once-cherished building is now the dilapidated Meadowdale Community Center (MCC), where the handicapped and mentally-challenged sort recyclable materials and create artwork from refuse that catches their eye. This prompts many to consider the MCC a burial ground for lost causes.
Things soon change when a mysterious stranger in a wheelchair arrives and befriends Chase Mansfield, an intellectually-challenged teen. When the Community Center is condemned and Chase realizes the squirrel he feeds is about to become homeless, he comes up with an ingenious idea that changes his future and the future of the community. Chase and his invention soon unite the entire city, breaking down barriers related to wealth, politics, age, mobility, and intellect.
In an age of fiction often based on witchcraft, libido, and immorality, The Meadowdale Community Project is a family-friendly story for all ages, tastes, and background.
Matt Shea is a developing author having published five books. He is greatly inspired by the writings of Andy Griffith and focuses on the common folk that comprise small towns. Matt appreciates all who take the time to read his stories, loves feedback, and offers his email address for any comments or suggestions readers have. Matt promises to do his very best to answer all who write him, since his goal is to reach out to his audience and improve as a writer and a person.