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Kenneth J. Sousa

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Kenneth J. Sousa has published four books. He is a disabled war vet and has a degree in communications from Boston University.  He has numerous awards for audio visual programs and wrote, produced and directed a drama shown on Boston television. Kenneth won an Association for Multi-Image/New England Chapter award for his film “Vietnam Nightmares” He now lives in Florida with his wife Midge.

Kenneth J. Sousa

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Kenneth J. Sousa has published four books. He is a disabled war vet and has a degree in communications from Boston University.  He has numerous awards for audio-visual programs and wrote, produced, and directed a drama shown on Boston television. Kenneth won an Association for Multi-Image/New England Chapter award for his film “Vietnam Nightmares” He now lives in Florida with his wife Midge.

Black Menace: Scourge of an Apocalyptic World

The environment thriller, Black Menace, is like the Lord of the Rings meets Eckhart Tolle’s book, The Power of NOW. The difference is the protagonist lives in an apocalyptic world and is a bird, a moorhen, a small black duck-like wading bird with a red beak reaching to his forehead. Moorhens barely fly and mate for life. As a young bird, Mik is traumatized after his family is devoured by an alligator. He suffers loneliness and depression which leads to cocky arrogance. His obnoxious behavior causes him to discount advice from a tall friendly limpkin, Coal, about traveling north where Mik experiences a frightening encounter in the Dark Marsh.

Many predators assault Mik on the lake. The worst is Greybeard, an evil great blue heron who rules a flock of large muscovy ducks by threatening to eat their chicks. Unbeknownst to greybeard, he is under the spell of the wicked Black Menace. Mik is befriended by a great white heron, the Sage, the victor of The Battle of the Dark Marsh. A battle the Sage almost lost but for the last-minute intervention of two large clans of moorhens. Owing a debt to Mik’s family, the Sage helps Mik survive, grow and move to the south end of the lake by passing under an ancient and perilous Wide Bridge being guarded by Greybeard’s Muscovy minions.

Upon reaching the south, the mischievous moorhen, Mik, finds himself at odds with its inhabitants, especially female moorhens, one of the inducements used by the Sage to move him south. Eventually, Mik meets Bek, a strong-willed female moorhen with no intention of getting involved with a ruffian runt from north of the Wide Bridge. In order to mate the pair, the Sage teaches them mindfulness, a practice he learned from the Ancient One, a great white heron living on an island in the Great Salt Sea. After being taught mindfulness, Mik and Bek reconcile their differences, mate, and start a family. The pair soon learns it is not easy raising a brood to maturity surrounded by predators and especially with Greybeard constantly on the prowl.

Greybeard’s intentions are to control the lake. As punishment for allowing Mik to escape under the Wide Bridge, he eats the commander’s chicks, drowns him in the Dark Marsh, and appoints, Juul, as the New Commander of the muscovy army. At the same time, he forces, Zignoid, an Ibis, to spy on the south end of the lake.

Skirmishes occur between the muscovy army and the birds in the south, including a raid led by Mik, where he learns Greybeard’s plans. Unfortunately, Greybeard’s spy, Zignoid, learns Mik’s plans. In the meantime, the Sage flies to visit the Ancient One on his island where the old bird is dying. Learning from his spy that the Sage is gone, Greybeard tells Juul to lunch a surprise attack on the south, leading to the Great War of the Wide Bridge. With the Sage missing, Mik is persuaded by Coal and Bek to take command of the southern army. In the war, Mik destroys Greybeard’s minion army with extra help from ospreys and egrets.

The Sage returns and discovers the spy is Zignoid, who admits that the Black Menace controls Greybeard. Zignoid helps Mik, Bek, and the south bird army to demolish the Black Menace, push him through channels to the salt sea, and certain death. Greybeard is captured by Mik, Bek, and the Sage. He then is led into exile on the Ancient One’s deserted island in the Great Salt Sea. Mik and Bek raise another family to maturity and the cycle of life begins again.

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MAN-DAR of Atlantis

MAN-DAR of Atlantis is the first book in a trilogy about the adventures of MAN-DAR. It begins in present time with Manny Silva traveling to Central America to locate proof of Atlantis in the Mayan pyramids. Manny becomes ill, and in a delusional state, he enters an adventure as MAN-DAR.

This takes readers to another time and place, with Manny, now as MAN-DAR, flying an airship to rescue a barbarian Princess who is being held by the evil High Priest of Inanna. With the help of his slave and local peasants, MAN-DAR reaches the underworld and rescues the barbarian. The High Priest follows MAN-DAR out of the underworld with an unearthly army, but MAN-DAR causes their demise. MAN-DAR escapes across the Forbidden Causeway to Atlantis with his slave, whom he promises to set free, and the barbarian he has fallen in love with.

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Dr. Robert J. Brown

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Dr. Brown, at 84 years of age, despite “modern medicine” has returned to the healthy, active and youthful man he was before another near death experience he suffered in March of 2021.

Due to a severe reaction to Covid-19 he developed Guillian Barre Syndrome, an auto-immune disease where one’s body produces too many antibodies.  To make it worse, with very little knowledge, doctors insisted he be vaccinated which brought back GBS in spades, causing him to go into a coma, near death for three days.  In their continued stupidity, they informed his family that, if he made it, he would never be normal.  The disaster was exacerbated creating huge financial loss by believing them and selling his practice and many of his belongings.

Because of another near death experience when he was 31, also caused by doctor stupidity, Dr. Brown began the study of many forms of medicine and he took over his own treatment allowing complete recovery.  The most recent form is quantum medicine which he feels has a good chance of replacing Punk Medicine.

Dr. Brown grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, attending UC Berkeley, majoring in Physiology, with minors in physics, chemistry and math.  He went on to UC Medical Center getting his degree in dentistry and orthodontics.  He practiced orthodontia for 47 years.  He then founded the Advanced Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Center which treats head and neck pain, TMD and Sleep Medicine.

As a gift to his community Dr. Brown founded The Discovery Center which provides affordable crisis intervention including drug and alcohol problems. Last year was its 50th anniversary and it treats over 15,000 patients a year.

Dr. Robert J. Brown

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Dr. Brown, at 84 years of age, despite “modern medicine” has returned to the healthy, active and youthful man he was before another near death experience he suffered in March of 2021.

Due to a severe reaction to Covid-19 he developed Guillian Barre Syndrome, an auto-immune disease where one’s body produces too many antibodies.  To make it worse, with very little knowledge, doctors insisted he be vaccinated which brought back GBS in spades, causing him to go into a coma, near death for three days.  In their continued stupidity, they informed his family that, if he made it, he would never be normal.  The disaster was exacerbated creating huge financial loss by believing them and selling his practice and many of his belongings.

Because of another near death experience when he was 31, also caused by doctor stupidity, Dr. Brown began the study of many forms of medicine and he took over his own treatment allowing complete recovery.  The most recent form is quantum medicine which he feels has a good chance of replacing Punk Medicine.

Dr. Brown grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, attending UC Berkeley, majoring in Physiology, with minors in physics, chemistry and math.  He went on to UC Medical Center getting his degree in dentistry and orthodontics.  He practiced orthodontia for 47 years.  He then founded the Advanced Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Center which treats head and neck pain, TMD and Sleep Medicine.

As a gift to his community Dr. Brown founded The Discovery Center which provides affordable crisis intervention including drug and alcohol problems. Last year was its 50th anniversary and it treats over 15,000 patients a year.

Punk Medicine

Most doctors are now treating symptoms, not patients. They use drugs which, many times have horrible side effects. There are many cures used for hundreds or, even, thousands of years, that are purposely passed by to sell you these drugs. Medical schools provide almost no training in nutrition and supplements so that our doctors know as little as possible about keeping us healthy. When has your doctor ever looked into your diet? Healthy patients don’t make big profits. How can it be that our government promotes bribery(lobbies) of most of the departments and representatives that were put there to protect US? The Covid debacle was controlled by politicians, not anyone qualified and it was amass with corruption and dishonesty, especially from the media.
What can we do about this uncontrolled dilemma? Forget politics when you vote and find, as best you can, the most honest candidate who is committed to our welfare, not the dollar.

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Lisa Trout

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Lisa created the Little Chewz family for children to learn more about food in a hands-on, themed, integrated way. A mom of two, teacher, certified Health Coach, and cook, she infuses this experience into all programs and books in a fun and easy way. Lisa develops kids cooking activities that are easy for parents and teachers to use in the kitchen, classroom, or the community. She dedicated her master’s degree in Education to continue her work on building intergenerational connections through storytelling and recipe restoration. She advocates bringing food into the classroom for learning essential life skills, language, history, and environmental sustainability.

Little Chewz Celebrates Winter

What is the Cutlery Family up to now? It’s winter, cold and snow blankets the ground. Yet, the Cutlery family is still busy indoors. This winter, Little Chewz has friends over for an afternoon of crafts, outdoor fun and recipes. When a French winter festival is slated for a celebration in town, the whole family decides it’s time for an outing. With so much to do during the winter, the Cutlery family continues to enjoy food, friends and exploring French culture through the festival. This rhyming picture book is the second in the Cutlery Family series. Recipes and crafts are included. Join the Cutlery family in this story of winter activities and sharing cultures

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Jamie Pulos-Fry

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Jamie Pulos-Fry is a faithful member of Lancaster Baptist Church, Lancaster, California. She likes to serve and volunteer in various areas of the church. Serve in the Coffee Shop and Bookstore for West Coast Baptist College and sing in the Choir at the church, plus was a Captain of a Ladies Bus for 5 Years. This is her second book, first one is Encouraging A Friend With Our Trials, and the third one is A WIDOWS CRY a helpful tool for widow ministries and she hopes that Servants Heart will be a great help in future volunteering choices in your life.

Jamie Pulos-Fry

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Jamie Pulos-Fry is a faithful member of Lancaster Baptist Church, Lancaster, California. She likes to serve and volunteer in various areas of the church. Serve in the Coffee Shop and Bookstore for West Coast Baptist College and sing in the Choir at the church, plus was a Captain of a Ladies Bus for 5 Years. This is her second book, first one is Encouraging A Friend With Our Trials, and the third one is A WIDOWS CRY a helpful tool for widow ministries and she hopes that Servants Heart will be a great help in future volunteering choices in your life.

Servants Heart: From The Voice of a Volunteer

I) Premise Statement: This book is about being the best volunteer that God would like you to be, by being faithful, being a servant and helping others.

II) Willing to learn Something New, Working with Younger and Older People.

III) Showing No Favoritism and never be a-feared to Ask Questions and learning when to Say No.

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Beverly K. Plauche

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For thirty-three years, Beverly K. Plauché lived on her own, and she was very independent. She was married and had one child. The important thing to remember was that she was independent of God. She didn’t even know what she was missing. She thought she believed in God, but she did what she wanted when she wanted. She prayed to God. Sometimes her prayers were answered, but that special relationship with God just wasn’t there. She had quite a few good things happen in her life, but the best was yet to come. She divorced her first husband. She had a need and didn’t even know what it was. Remember that she wasn’t saved yet, but since she believed in God, she prayed that she would meet a man who would sit with her in church. The very next Sunday, that’s exactly what happened. She met Don Plauché. Wow! She had fifteen-year-old and six-month-old daughters. Don had never been married. It didn’t look like they fit, but God had a different story. God and Don really changed her life. Her heart was changed. She started thinking differently about things in her life. It didn’t happen overnight. It was a slow process, but the end results are marvelous. She actually started asking God for his direction before she did something. It was hard at first to let God do it his way, but once she made that decision, it was like she was on autopilot. What a way to go!

Beverly K. Plauche

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For thirty-three years, Beverly K. Plauche lived on her own, and she was very independent. She was married and had one child. The important thing to remember was that she was independent of God. She didn’t even know what she was missing. She thought she believed in God, but she did what she wanted when she wanted. She prayed to God. Sometimes her prayers were answered, but that special relationship with God just wasn’t there. She had quite a few good things happen in her life, but the best was yet to come. She divorced her first husband. She had a need and didn’t even know what it was. Remember that she wasn’t saved yet, but since she believed in God, she prayed that she would meet a man who would sit with her in church. The very next Sunday, that’s exactly what happened. She met Don Plauché. Wow! She had fifteen-year-old and six-month-old daughters. Don had never been married. It didn’t look like they fit, but God had a different story. God and Don really changed her life. Her heart was changed. She started thinking differently about things in her life. It didn’t happen overnight. It was a slow process, but the end results are marvelous. She actually started asking God for his direction before she did something. It was hard at first to let God do it his way, but once she made that decision, it was like she was on autopilot. What a way to go!

Walking with the Lord : What a Way to Go

For thirty-three years, Beverly K. Plauché lived on her own, and she was very independent. She was married and had one child. The important thing to remember was that she was independent of God. She didn’t even know what she was missing. She thought she believed in God, but she did what she wanted when she wanted. She prayed to God. Sometimes her prayers were answered, but that special relationship with God just wasn’t there. She had quite a few good things happen in her life, but the best was yet to come. She divorced her first husband. She had a need and didn’t even know what it was. Remember that she wasn’t saved yet, but since she believed in God, she prayed that she would meet a man who would sit with her in church. The very next Sunday, that’s exactly what happened. She met Don Plauché. Wow! She had fifteen-year-old and six-month-old daughters. Don had never been married. It didn’t look like they fit, but God had a different story. God and Don really changed her life. Her heart was changed. She started thinking differently about things in her life. It didn’t happen overnight. It was a slow process, but the end results are marvelous. She actually started asking God for his direction before she did something. It was hard at first to let God do it his way, but once she made that decision, it was like she was on autopilot. What a way to go!

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Anthony Reyes

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Anthony Reyes was born and raised in New Jersey. An only child with something to prove, he is an inventor, young social media entrepreneur, husband and a father. Reyes has been on a mission to change his family’s life and of those around him for the better in an iconic way.

A Still Traveler of Modern Times

“A Still Traveler of Modern Times” was written from my own individual perspective of being an American throughout 2020-current. It touches base on withstanding the political chaos, neglect, and division in such unforgiving times. At the end of every chapter, you will find a carefully constructed motivational “Call  to Action”.

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