Saturday, October 18, 2014

Book Signing with Janeen Antonelli & Michelle Pohl

Join us for a book signing with Janeen Antonelli & Michelle Pohl on Saturday, October 18th from 2-4pm. The authors will be signing copies of their new book, The Halloween Fairy Keeps Christmas Merry.

"This Halloween story's more enchanting than most. It contains no goblins, no vampires, no ghosts. It's a story of magic, of fairies, and elves. It's a story of Santa needing candy to fatten himself." THIS HALLOWEEN, START A NEW FAMILY TRADITION. You will save Christmas Day by giving so many of your treats away. Once Christmas is over, Santa puts his weary body to bed and falls asleep for 9 long months. When he wakes, his magic suit and black boots no longer fit and without his suit and boots, there will be no Christmas magic. With the help of Santa's elves, the HALLOWEEN FAIRY and YOU, Christmas can be saved! This Halloween, while you trick and you treat, the Halloween Fairy will be watching you and hoping you will set your candy in a special place. She will reward you for your kindness and your giving will save Christmas Day!

Book Signing with Elisabetta L. Faenza

Join us for a book signing with Elisabetta L. Faenza on Saturday, October 18th from 11am-1pm. The author will be signing copies of her new book, The Energy Code.

Ever noticed the mood you wake up with in the morning can have an effect on your whole day? Ever wondered if maybe how you felt when you woke up actually created the events of your day, that somehow your inside was affecting your outside? Ever wished you could change? This book is all about providing you with the answers. In The Energy Code, Elisabetta L. Faenza shares the compelling science behind mood, energy and performance and provides some common sense tools to help make the most of our genetic and energetic potential. But don't be fooled, this is no dry science primer, or head-in-the-clouds self-help book. Elisabetta has the knack of taking complex science and explaining it in a way that is compelling, easy to understand and practical. Drawing on her 30 years of experience as an international speaker, trainer, consultant, and performance expert, Elisabetta makes sense of the latest scientific breakthroughs coming from quantum biology, peptide chemistry and neuroscience and reveals how this information can improve your health and performance in all areas of your life. Elisabetta will share with you: • how to utilize the way your mind and body works to overcome any unwanted habit • the 16 Personality States and how they influence brain function, focus and energy levels • the 4 Modes of Performance and how to harness them to be more productive • the 7 keys to activating your DNA and how these can improve performance

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Book Signing with Joy Ann Daffern

Join us for a book signing with Joy Ann Daffern on Saturday, October 11th from 2-4pm. The author will be signing copies of her new book, Adventures at Pebble Pond.

Webster's a little duck—or is he? He certainly looks like a duck, with webbed feet, a bill, and downy feathers. He likes to eat the things ducks eat, especially earthworms and grass. He quacks like a duck, and all his brothers and sisters are ducks, so he must be a duck too, right?

Webster doesn't think so. Ducks are supposed to love water, but he's not a very good swimmer. He swims so badly other ducks tease him about it.

If he's not a duck, then what is he? Webster decides to find out. So with his mother's permission (and a packed lunch) Webster sets out to discover what he is. Along the way he discovers that perhaps, just perhaps, being a duck means more than just swimming.

A sweet, inspiring story about recognizing one's true potential, Adventures at Pebble Pond: Webster’s Journey will delight boys and girls aged four to seven, and remind all readers that while no one is good at everything, we all have our own unique talents.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Book Signing with Stuart Goldman and Jane Getz

Join us for a book signing with Stuart Goldman and Jane Getz on Saturday, September 27th from 6-8pm. The authors will be signing copies of their new books, Adventures In Manic Depression and Runnin' with the Big Dogs.

“Adventures In Manic Depression,” is not a book about manic-depression, “although I make no bones that I have been living with this condition since I was nine years old” says author Stuart Goldman. The book is a collection of Goldman’s work—both fiction and non-fiction, culled from over 40 years of writing for newspapers and magazines. “The hardest thing about putting this book together,” Goldman says, was to find an “order” to put the stories into. A lifetime professional musician, Goldman said that putting “Adventures” together was rather like composing a symphony. “It was all about rhythm, timing, when to use a crescendo, and when to let the music (stories) become so soft that you have to strain to hear them. Ultimately, I was trying to create a mood, more than anything else.” Goldman’s first draft of “Adventures” was over 750 pages long, and cutting it down to its current 430-page length was “incredibly difficult.” He spent the last three months of the year it took him to put the book together, taking it apart and putting it back together, as one would a jigsaw puzzle. “When you have a book that includes straight investigative reportage (Goldman covered both the Menendez Brothers Murder case and the Natalee Holloway Murder Case, for the book) “it’s not easy to fit other types of material into that mood set.” Coupled with darkly humorous stories, and memoirs—including pieces about the death of both his mother and his father—Goldman says that in writing “Adventures,” he’s entered virtually every area of the human psyche. As for manic-depression itself, though Goldman states that the book doesn’t deal with this subject directly, that “there’s no doubt that some of my characters suffer from this malady.” “This is definitely not a fun read, says Goldman. “It’s a book that’s going to take the reader into some very dark places, though it’s certainly not without it’s moments of joy sadness, and dark humor.” Goldman has dedicated the book to his father, Maurice Goldman—a well-known composer of classical (primarily Yiddish) music, and his mother, Ethel Mann Goldman, who, at age 18 was the youngest flautist in the Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra. Goldman, who gave up playing music professionally (he traveled on the road with a number of country and blues artists, including Doug Kershaw (“The Rajun’ Cajun”), John Stewart—former member of the Kingston Trio—and Kinky Friedman and the Texas Jewboys, says that when he decided to quit the music scene, he took up writing, “because it was the only other thing I knew how to do. “And if, for some reason, I found that I couldn’t’ write anymore, I’d wind up playing music again—I’m quite sure of that.”

Jane tells her story from her perspective as a teen prodigy who takes her chances in the “Big Apple.” She is on the scene, and in no time she’s runnin’ with the big dogs, the finest Jazz musicians New York had to offer. This is an inside view of the smokey night clubs, the real skinny on the relationships and interactions between the cats. Runnin’ With The Big Dogs is a portrayal of the Jazz scene in the mid 60s to the early 70s.

Book Signing with Matt Carter and F.J.R. Titchenell

Join us for a book signing with Matt Carter and F.J.R. Titchenell on Saturday, September 27th from 2-4pm. The authors will be signing copies of their new book, Splinters.

Under most circumstances, Ben and Mina would never have had reason to speak to each other; he’s an easy-going people person with a healthy skepticism about the paranormal, and she’s a dangerously obsessive monster-hunter with a crippling fear of betrayal. But the small town of Prospero, California, has no ordinary circumstances to offer. In order to uncover a plot set by the seemingly innocent but definitely shapeshifting monsters that look like friends, family, and neighbors, the two stark opposites must both find ways to put aside their differences and learn to trust each other.

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Book Signing with Jacinta Mariah

Join us for a book signing with Jacinta Mariah M., PhD on Saturday, September 6th from 2-4pm. The author will be signing copies of her new book, Becoming a Sex CEO on a Spiritual Level.

"This is a spiritual self-help book based on real-life experiences and research. The book advocates for sex morals, and is about tapping into one’s spiritual connection to ignite their sex, and ultimately love-life. The book discusses an interesting twist of how lovers can benchmark the attributes of an elite Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to maximize their sexual experiences. The book also narrates how lovers can unveil the perceptive shadows that misconstrue their understanding of sex, and then provides turn-key strategies that will liberate them from the world-famous prison of sexual inhibitions. In the book is also an attention-grabbing chapter, chapter 3, that will help any reader, regardless of core-beliefs, state of mind, or perceptions, to open and empty their minds of any, if not all, self-limiting beliefs especially those related to self-love and appreciation. The book also reveals the following: - How couples can embrace Spiritual Sex, Meditative Sex and Karezza Sex into their relationships. - How to eliminate sex hang-ups and free one’s mind from limiting beliefs and blockages in order to appreciate and perpetually explore new ways to improve their sex life. - How to spiritualize, ignite and maintain the sexual blaze in relationships. - The biggest sexual secret about men as told anonymously by REAL MEN; including those big sex secrets that your trusting, loving, sweet and so-called boyfriend, or even husband wouldn't dare to tell you! - A Sex Coupon section compiled from intensive research, real-life experiences from different cultures and recommended by experts. The book is filled with heart-enthusing humor and exciting sexual ideas that can help one clean up their sexual misdemeanors, and then spiritually raise their bars to the Sex CEO Level. Even if you are a seasonal sex part-timer in your relationship, the ideas included in the book will easily transform you into a Sex CEO and ultimately elevate your love life. This book is a one-stop portal of innovative, fun sex ideas, and strategies for lovers."

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Book Signing with Gisele Beatty

Join us for a book signing with Gisele Beatty on Saturday, August 23rd from 1-3pm. The author will be signing copies of her new book, Breaking Through Generational Cycles.

"Are you stuck in yesterday? Confused about today? No sense of tomorrow? In every family, history repeats itself and creates a generational cycle of patterns which can include abuse, dependency, and abandonment, which can all affect you today. In Gisele Beatty's autobiography she shares her life and intersperses her story with elements of biblical principles. In the past, her heart was filled with the scar tissue of painful memories that would bleed from time to time. Only through the grace of God was she able to break the stronghold of generational cycles in her life. Jesus healed and removed all the pain of her past, filling her with courage, peace, and a sense of purpose. Now you can share in that promise and live each day free from pain. Open up your heart and mind and let the healing begin."