“Ron Breazeale is a master storyteller. In the engaging and radical tradition of Kurt Vonnegut, Breazeale weaves a masterful tale in First Night. This is a heroic story of resilience and the triumph of the human spirit, and Breazeale brilliantly captures and celebrates the conquest of hope over adversity. A romping good read.” ~ Don Nalls, Founder and Owner of the Nalls Group LLC
Two weeks before the first night of 2020, clinical psychologist Dr. Lee Brazil receives an unexpected visit Federal Agent Jennings who, several years earlier, had implicated Brazil in what was mistakenly believed to be a terrorist plot. He reminds Brazil that a condition of his release from federal detention might include future service to the FBI. And that future was now.
Brazil is asked to pick up a package in London and deliver it to Paris, where he is scheduled to attend a World Health Organization conference. Little does he know, he will be pulled into a greed-driven corporate battle to develop a supercomputer that could open the entire universe to colonization; thus raising the question: can science and technology grow without destroying the basic fabric of our society?
"Janina Stankiewicz Chung deserves the utmost respect to voice her painful experience to the world, a terrifying reminder of a personal journey in the battle for survival, under the most deplorable conditions known to mankind. The author describes the cold, harsh reality of prison, starvation, and abuse. She not only captures the horror and cruelty that swept through concentration camps, during this dark chapter in history, but conveys how unconditional love became the power of faith and perseverance to survive." ~ Geri Ahearn
Reminiscent of Dr. Zhivago, Janina Stankiewicz Chung tells the epic story of how her family lived through the horrors of World War II and how it was their faith that saw them through. Steve Kiltonic sat down with Janina at her home in Chicopee.
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"To live a flourishing life is to live an examined life. To do so, you begin by exploring, recognizing, and understanding the habits and attitudes that serve you, and those that do not serve you. And then, step-by-step, you make a determined effort to change those attitudes and behaviors by developing a doable action plan." - Rita Schiano
February 6, 2014 - Marco Island, FL -- Guest Speaker, Jewish Congregation of Marco Island. 7:00 p.m.
Workshops and Coaching
Several of our authors offer workshops and private coaching. To learn more, please visit their web sites listed below.
Where's Herbie? Jenny Mackenzie has produced a funny, touching and unforgettable documentary featuring Herbie Loveitt, who is still tending his traps in Five Islands 2 or 3 days a week at 92 years old.