Giveaway (Over): Signed Copy of Failing at Fatherhood by Jack Barr
Latest Posts / October 14, 2014

Failing at Fatherhood: A Book for the Imperfect Father shares the struggles the author endured when his first child was born with Down syndrome. In this book he examines the past, present, and future of my life in an attempt to understand his deficiencies as a father.  Mr. Barr also analyzes views of fatherhood and how misconceptions have led us to a society of men who often abandon their own children.  Finally, the author wrestle with child sexual abuse, divorce, contemplating suicide, and the existence of God in my own life. The author has made available a signed copy of his book to two (2) winners. Enter using the Rafflecopter form below. What some are saying about “Failing At Fatherhood” “Heartbreaking yet hopeful, Failing at Fatherhood is a compelling, honest look at one man’s struggle to become the father that he wants to be.”  – S. A. Bodeen Award Winning Children Author / Author of The Compound “Raw.  Emotional.  Honest.  That’s Jack Barr, wearing his emotions on his sleeve, in his book Failing at Fatherhood.  If you’ve ever been traumatized by the birth of an imperfect baby, if you’ve ever found yourself in the pit of despair questioning God and…

Guest Post: Five Steps to Personal Freedom by Kingsley Gallup
Guest Posts , Latest Posts / October 8, 2014

Personal freedom is a liberated life experience. It’s a state of being in which one is self-determined and self-directed. It’s the ability to choose, to explore, to dream, to self-define, to be who one authentically is and to be unapologetic about it. It’s a state of mind. It’s a way of life. But how do we achieve it? Truth is, it takes work to break out and break free. It takes effort for life to become more effortless, to get into flow. But here are five of the basics. Buy this book  Five Steps to Personal Freedom:  LOOK yourself and your past straight in the eye. “The unexamined life is not worth living,” said Socrates. Turn toward yourself. Step into truth. Get ready to become part of your own solution. LEARN from all you’ve experienced. Get curious, identify lessons learned, and commit to staying teachable. Thank your experiences – all of them – for how they’ve shaped you and for the riches you can extract from them. LET GO of what’s been holding you back. Push back against limitations and restrictive legacies. Break free from all the coping and ‘adapting.’ Start responding rather than reacting to life. LISTEN for your…

Graphic Novel Review: Normandy: A Graphic History of D-Day by Wayne Vansant

About: Normandy: A Graphic History of D-Day, The Allied Invasion of Hitler’s Fortress Europe by Wayne Vansant is a graphic novel recounting the events of that fateful day and those leading up to it. 104 pages Publisher: Zenith Press Language: English ISBN-10: 0760343926     My rating for Normandy: A Graphic History of D-Day – 4  Buy this book from in paper or elec­tronic format* Thoughts: Normandy: A Graphic History of D-Day, The Allied Invasion of Hitler’s Fortress Europe by Wayne Vansant connects to the reader more than a mere history book. The excellent art draws attention to historical details in vivid details and colors. Mr. Vansant starts at the weeks and months ramping up to D-Day, and ends at the liberation of Paris – about two months after D-Day. The author does a great job educating the reader about the leaders who made great, lucky and disastrous decisions on both sides as well as the consequences suffered by the civilian population of the battlefield. The author does an excellent job representing all the countries who participated in the invasion of Europe, not just the big ones we hear and learn about. A special mention of the Polish 1st Armored…

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