Author Harry C. Doolittle is a well rounded artist! In his final podcast episode, he tells us now that he has published his new book Imagination & Reality, his next goal is to get his paintings in a major art museum. He also tells us where we can purchase Imagination & Reality and find out more information about his work.
In previous podcast episodes, author Géo O’Connor explains that, although the main character Yvette is based on her, Géo’s new book, The Girl From Over There, is actually a piece of fiction. In this episode, she explains why she wrote this book instead of a memoir. She also reminisces about some of the great loves of her, and Yvette’s, life.
J. Gordon Powell‘s new book, Marriage of the Lamb, is on bookstore shelves now. In this podcast episode he tells us that because of the merger of Paganism and Christianity, many Christians are actually deceived about what Rapture means. Powell points out that many Christians are not aware that they are actually worshiping some Pagan gods during their Christian religious ceremonies.
I Was Trained To Be A Spy author Helias Doundoulakis tells us that although this book is his first for an American audience, he previously wrote a similar memoir in Greek. He also fills us in on the retail locations that are carrying I Was Trained To Be A Spy, including Xlibris, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon.
In this podcast episode Walter F. Wild author of the new book Winning Investment Decisions talks about how psychology and investing are related to each other. He also describes the most common investment mistakes that both amateur and professional investors wrestle with.
In this podcast episode Harry C. Doolittle, author of the new book Imagination & Reality, tells us that in the book’s final story, he fashioned the main character after himself, the only time in the book he did this. He also exudes excitement over the reaction Imagination & Reality has gotten from readers, telling us that only “squares” dislike the storylines.
The Girl From Over There, author Géo O’Connor’s new novel, follows the life of Yvette. Yvette’s story, however, follows very closely to the life of Géo. In this podcast episode, Géo gives is a detailed overview of her life and experiences, from her teenage years in France, all the way up to her present life in California.
In this podcast episode J. Gordon Powell, author of the new book Marriage of the Lamb, tells us that if there is not a real marriage between Christ and the Church, there is no reason for Rapture. He describes the marriage ceremony, which will feature the blood Jesus shed during his crucifixion. He also warns that many people who expect to be called to this ceremony will, in fact, be left behind. Listen in to find out why!
Author Helias Doundoulakis, whose new book I Was Trained To Be A Spy recounts his experience during World War II, tells us that his accommodations during the war were actually much better than his living conditions growing up. Doundoulakis also talks about his very successful post-spy career as a civil engineer.
Winning Investment Decisions by Walter F. Wild provides the beginning or uncertain investor with the basic guidelines to achieve satisfactory investment results. It combines the exposition of financial and psychological realities about which the investor should be aware. It details tactics to minimize risk and optimize benefits as well as a strategy to enhance capital safety, capital appreciation, and growing income. False investment myths and self-serving aspects of advice given by many brokerage firms and newsletters are exposed.