Members of the Week

Member of the Week: Mark E. Green, Author of STEP OUT, STEP UP: Lessons From a Lifetime of Transitions and Military Service

Member of the Week: Mark E. Green, Author of STEP OUT, STEP UP: Lessons From a Lifetime of Transitions and Military Service

Name: Mark E. Green (Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army, Retired) with Echo Montgomery Garrett Book Title: STEP OUT, STEP UP: Lessons From a Lifetime of Transitions and Military Service Your book’s Amazon purchase link: STEP OUT, STEP UP Lessons From a Lifetime of Transitions and Military Service What is your book about? Growing up in poverty […]

Member of the Week: Michael Dane, Author of Does this Taste Funny? A Half-Baked Look at Food and Foodies

Member of the Week: Michael Dane, Author of Does this Taste Funny? A Half-Baked Look at Food and Foodies

Name: Michael Dane Book Title: Does This Taste Funny? A Half-Baked Look at Food and Foodies Your book’s Amazon purchase link: Amazon What is your book about? Teaching myself to cook at the age of fifty; as I recount my adventures and mishaps in the kitchen, I poke fun at the foodie scene. What inspired […]

Member of the Week: Barbara H. McNeely, Author of Lessons of an Opening Heart: Thriving after Open-Heart Surgery

Member of the Week: Barbara H. McNeely, Author of Lessons of an Opening Heart: Thriving after Open-Heart Surgery

Name: Barbara H. McNeely Book Title: Lessons of an Opening Heart: Thriving after Open-Heart Surgery Your book’s Amazon purchase link: http://bit.ly/LessonsOpeningHeart What is your book about? In 2015, I rather suddenly found myself facing open-heart surgery. Lessons of an Opening Heart is about that journey through surgery and recovery during the first year following surgery. […]

Member of the Week: Brian Craig, Author of Cyberlaw: The Law of the Internet and Information Technology

Member of the Week: Brian Craig, Author of Cyberlaw: The Law of the Internet and Information Technology

Name:  Brian Craig Book Title: Cyberlaw: The Law of the Internet and Information Technology Your book’s Amazon purchase link: Cyberlaw: The Law of the Internet and Information Technology What is your book about? Cyberlaw: The Law of the Internet and Information Technology was written mainly as a textbook, but the book has also been used […]

Member of the Week: JD Crighton, Author of Detective in the White City: The Real Story of Frank Geyer

Member of the Week: JD Crighton, Author of Detective in the White City: The Real Story of Frank Geyer

Name: JD Crighton Book Title: Detective in the White City: The Real Story of Frank Geyer Your book’s Amazon purchase link: Detective in the White City: The Real Story of Frank Geyer What is your book about? Detective in the White City is the true story of a 19th-century detective who took down one of […]

Member of the Week: Jenifer Joy Madden, Author of How to Be a Durable Human: Revive and Thrive in the Digital Age Through the Power of Self-Design

Member of the Week: Jenifer Joy Madden, Author of How to Be a Durable Human: Revive and Thrive in the Digital Age Through the Power of Self-Design

Name: Jenifer Joy Madden Book Title: How to Be a Durable Human: Revive and Thrive in the Digital Age Through the Power of Self-Design Your book’s Amazon purchase link: http://durablehuman.com/HowTo What is your book about? My book is about how to design your life so you live in harmony with your technology and get the […]

Member of the Week: Thom Disch, Author of Stop The Slip; Reducing Slips, Trips and Falls – The #1 Cause of Emergency Room Visits

Member of the Week: Thom Disch, Author of Stop The Slip; Reducing Slips, Trips and Falls – The #1 Cause of Emergency Room Visits

Name: Thom Disch Book Title: Stop The Slip; Reducing Slips, Trips and Falls – The #1 Cause of Emergency Room Visits Your book’s Amazon purchase link: https://www.amazon.com/Stop-Slip-Reducing-Slips-Trips/dp/0998354910 What is your book about? Short answer: Making people safer by teaching them how to avoid fall injuries. Longer answer. I discuss: Why we fall; Where we fall; […]

Member of the Week Interview: Margo Lee Williams, Author of From Hill Town to Strieby

Member of the Week Interview: Margo Lee Williams, Author of From Hill Town to Strieby

Name: Margo Lee Williams Book Title: From Hill Town to Strieby: Education and the American Missionary Association in the Uwharrie “Back Country” of Randolph County, North Carolina (Backintyme Publishing, 2016). Your book’s Amazon purchase link: https://www.amazon.com/Margo-Lee-Williams/e/B007BWPYPG What is your book about? From Hill Town to Strieby tells the story of former slave, and noted 19th […]

Member Interview: Bo L. Arnold, Author of Mood, Food and Gratitude: Healing from the Way We Think

Member Interview: Bo L. Arnold, Author of Mood, Food and Gratitude: Healing from the Way We Think

Name: Bo L. Arnold Book Title: Mood, Food and Gratitude: Healing from the Way We Think Your book’s Amazon purchase link: Mood, Food and Gratitude: Healing from the Way We Think or getBook.at/MoodFoodGratitude What is your book about? The way we have been taught to think about ourselves and the world is out of alignment […]

Member Interview: Susan Mecca, Author of The Gift of Crisis: Finding your best self in the worst of times

Member Interview: Susan Mecca, Author of The Gift of Crisis: Finding your best self in the worst of times

Name: Susan J. Mecca, Ph.D. Book Title: The Gift of Crisis: Finding your best self in the worst of times Your book’s Amazon purchase link: The Gift of Crisis What is your book about? The Gift of Crisis is about how we can find our way through the hardest, most challenging times of our lives […]