Sculptor Boy: The Journal of Jack McRose by Chris Craig

Jack McRose is great at being average. Needing to ace his finals in order to graduate from the University of Illinois, he plans to bust loose from college and, well, live with his mom while working at his family’s business – a collection agency, managed by his father. His girlfriend… Continue reading

Dawn Huffaker

This is a collection of poems about nature, life, and fantasy written by Dawn Huffaker. They are meant to spark the imagination. Relax. Recharge. Here is a poem for you: Meditation Stillness, peace, Kindness, joy, Love, patience, Guidance, completion. Listening to God within Brings understanding And satisfaction To my journey.… Continue reading

Phyllis Hunsinger

Student mastery of math continues to decline as demonstrated by the increasing numbers of students requiring remediation prior to enrolling in college math classes. College professors admit that far too many students do not know how to do basic math computations. Math textbooks used in schools today spend an inordinate… Continue reading

Linda D. Wattley

Contributors: William Sumner (Author), Anastasia Young (Editor), Cyrus Webb (Foreword), Martha Cleves (Preface) When you experience traumatic experiences that alters your emotional and psychological foundation, you begin to experience a very personal and fragile meltdown. While all of this is happening, your body diligently works to save your life. You… Continue reading

Ray Stanton

Path To Truth: The Ray Stanton Story by Pastor Ray Stanton Path to Truth is one of the most honest, funny and heartwarming stories of one man’s journey toward a relationship with God. Ray Stanton was raised in a poor farming family in Indiana. He always felt the presence of… Continue reading

Augustus Cileone

Vince Singleton, a writer, part-time English professor at Philadelphia Sacred Covenant University, and huge movie fan, suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. He witnessed the accidental shooting of his wife by a policeman during a robbery. Vince, however, suspects that her death was intentional. Now, an old friend of his is… Continue reading

Burl Benson and Merry Hall

Sophia, the Spirit of Wisdom, has woven the multi-dimensional aspects of our lives—personal, relational, cultural, intellectual, scientific, philosophical, and spiritual—into a cosmic web. Burl Hall follows the thread within this web that connects his research in these fields to his personal mystical experience. In Sophia’s Web: A Passionate Call to… Continue reading