This is the heartwarming, inspirational, (perhaps cautionary) true story about a man starting over in midlife by opening a small, family business. This uplifting memoir will have you rooting for the underdog.
This is the heartwarming, inspirational, (perhaps cautionary) true story about a man starting over in midlife by opening a small, family business. This uplifting memoir will have you rooting for the underdog. Through his inspiring and against the odds story, you'll be reminded that dreams in fact, can come true.
More than ever, businesses and organizations want to stand for something. They want to plant a flag in their community and work toward solving real problems. This goes beyond writing a check-it's about establishing an identity independent of your products and services; one that aligns with the values of both your customers and employees.
Catherine Stier is a San Antonio-based author of award-winning children’s books, and holds a Masters in Education in Reading and Literacy from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Stier’s research on children’s literature has been featured in Children’s Literature in Education and other academic journals.
Published: Alegría Publishing - February 21st, 2022
You are a wildflower. You grow in difficult places. You absorb light and shine.You are independent. Florecita linda, florecita locasolo necesitas tu almay la madre tierra para florecer. Mariposa x Guerrera is a love letter to mujeres who are giving themselves wings through revolutionary self-love.
Adrianne Hemenway has been writing since childhood. She has always been intrigued by human behavior and you can see it in everything she writes. A Spirit Filled Christian, lover of God and desires to put God first in everything.
HAD TO TAKE A BREAK, bicycling misadventures: "A well-told travel tale, full of colorful characters, misadventures and the sheer thrill of taking the road less-traveled, enjoying the experience of some of the country's most beautiful settings....Author has an easy, free
Published: Erin Go Bragh Publishing - September 30th, 2021
Gods, where do they come from? Why are there so many of them? Through the ages mankind has wrestled with this question and all its ramifications. Scholars of many disciplines scour dusty archives, archaeologists explore hidden tombs, students of languages seek to decipher the meaning of unknown words.