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Congrats to the Mt. Vernon Majors soccer team for winning their first Virginia AAA State championship! We spent many years playing on those fields and know they are watered with the sweat of hard work. It is great to see … Continue reading
Memorial Day weekend is here…kick off the summer reading season with a copy of THE LIGHT BRINGER’S WAY!
Storytelling is one of the of the main reasons I love country music. I enjoyed listening to Tim McGraw’s recent song, “Highway Don’t Care,” so much that I looked up the music video. It’s been a long time since I … Continue reading
We love hearing from readers and this latest review made our day! Thank you to reader Sheila Feather for reaching out to us and posting this review on Amazon. Here’s a little of what she had to say about THE … Continue reading
As a child of the 1980′s, I feel compelled to salute Baroness Thatcher for her resolute and resounding example of feminine leadership. She was often alongside our beloved President Ronald Reagan and the duo seemed to literally will the end … Continue reading
Hooray! We are pleased to announce we have released the updated version of The Light Bringer’s Way and there is one special reader that we would like to thank and acknowledge, Josephine Hao. We knew we wanted to further polish … Continue reading
Check out the new edition of THE LIGHT BRINGER’S WAY on Amazon. Happy reading!
We’re in the midst of March Madness and I can’t help but remember the 1983 NCAA Championship game when North Carolina State orchestrated one of the biggest upsets in college basketball history. Their coach was the great Jimmy Valvano (and … Continue reading
When I was at JMU, I took several of Robert Sullivan’s classes as electives. He shared my fascination for logistical organization and planning and I consider myself lucky to have had the opportunity to have learned from Harrisonburg’s City Planner … Continue reading