To be Released August 14, 2022:
The First 8 Adventures of Sara Flores
Abandoned. Nobody to show her the ropes of being a werewolf. Nobody even believes they exist. Journey with Sara as she discovers her mission — to save innocents — and figures out how. For example, Is it OK to kill evildoers? If so, is it OK to eat them? How about if she’s really, really hungry? Can she keep going into the dark, hidden places — without leaving behind a piece of her soul? And… what does a werewolf do for fun? (A collection of 7 short stories and one novella — Curiosity Kills)
Werewolf Sara Flores is vacationing in New York City when a subway trip brings her face to face with a woman who sets off warning bells. Is she a terrorist? A killer? Following her puts Sara up to her snout in betrayal and dead bodies. Just staying alive will be an accomplishment. Staying out of jail will take a miracle. (A novella)
The evil man Sara’s chasing is both very smart and has high-level protection. To get proof, she decides to risk everything on one big raid. Even though innocent women are at risk. Even though cops are on her trail. Even though it’s critical that nobody learn what she is. Unfortunately, Sara has no idea just how big a stink she’s sticking her nose into. But she’s about to find out. (A novella)
Werewolf Sara Flores is minding her own business when she runs smack into a child kidnapping ring. It would be stupid for her to get involved — these men will kill anyone who threatens them. But Sara will risk stupid things. Because she saw the pudgy little 3-year-old. She looked into his tear-stained blue eyes as they dragged him away. She’s going to save that kid if she has to bite the heads off of half the criminals in the state. Literally. (A novella)
Do you wear glasses or contact lenses? And would you like to get rid of them for once and for all and see clearly again with your own eyes? You CAN. Through this method, thousands of people have thrown away their glasses and regained normal sight. And you can too.
There is nothing magical about improving vision. You simply need to take one step after another — when you know the right steps. The first step is to break the stare and get your eyes shifting again. Then to awaken your sense of motion. You’ll learn these and many more in this action-oriented handbook designed to GET YOU STARTED NOW improving your eyesight.
You won’t find a faster, easier blueprint for raising prices without alienating your customers. Thirteen of the tactics don’t require you do anything else but raise the price — each utilizing a different psychological principle. Others are tactics you can use in negotiations, or with changes in the product, promotion, positioning, packaging, or distribution. And you get the 1-2-3 PriceChangeModelTM that lets you assess the likely results of your price changes — and whether to respond to a competitor’s change.
You can read a tactic, raise your price, and immediately protect your business. AND you have this “idea book” for any time in the future when you face another pricing decision. Available everywhere.
“A straightforward and utterly engaging one-stop guide to growing older.” – Kirkus Reviews
Aging in our society is like stepping into an alternate universe! It looks the same, but it’s really not! Unexpected dangers that could ruin the rest of your life:
- Medical professionals who think a three-question test is sufficient to label you mentally impaired
- A broken guardianship program where a used-car dealer is made a judge — and he can declare you incompetent without even seeing you.
- Medical research that has willfully ignored seniors — risking your health and even your life
Get the dirty little secrets — and how to protect yourself! — of a society that mostly prefers to warehouse and then forget its seniors.
What does it take to improve vision to 20/20 — and keep it there?
That was the singular focus of Bates teacher Gary Gunter. During 1950s and 60s in Los Angeles, dozens of Bates-Corbett teachers gathered monthly to pool their knowledge: What was working for students? What wasn’t? At many of those meetings, Gary Gunter spoke up with insights, ideas and refinements on the techniques. When his fellow teachers got too caught up in mechanical drills, he reminded them – frequently – that vision is nine-tenths mental, and that is where the emphasis should lie. Improving eyesight is not about “eye exercises” or mechanical drills. These are the thoughts and writings of Gary Gunter as he explored how best to turn these insights into actions that would work for clients.So… free your mind and transform your vision! (Available here)