Voices of the Authors Cathy Gilmore at the Catholic Marketing trade Show

I speak to Author Cathy Gilmore at the Catholic Marketing Trade Show Her web page is here Amazon.com Widgets

Voices of the Authors Pat the Gnat at the Catholic Marketing Trade Show

I spoke to the authors of the children's book Pat the Gnat at the Catholic Marketing trade Show There is about 30 seconds of post interview video. Due to the overwhelming quantity of interviews I just haven't had time to double check & edit the all the video down and get everything up in a … Continue reading Voices of the Authors Pat the Gnat at the Catholic Marketing Trade Show

Recommended reading for Easter: The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes

Cottontail, mother of twenty-one little boy and girl bunnies, holds life-long dreams of becoming an Easter Bunny. Why, you may ask, a children's book written in 1939 by a proper Charlestonian named DuBose Hayward, matter to us, jaded denizens of the 21st Century? Because it is a powerful book. DuBose Heyward (1885-1940) wrote several books, … Continue reading Recommended reading for Easter: The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes

Why the left is afraid of Rush Limbaugh’s kids book in two tweets

Rush Limbaugh has a kids book called Rush Revere and the brave Pilgrims Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans that is coming out Oct 29th. It's already #1 on Amazon.com Liberals seem in a dead panic and that panic is justified. Why? I can explain it in two tweets: The @rushlimbaugh kids book seems to be … Continue reading Why the left is afraid of Rush Limbaugh’s kids book in two tweets

Apparently Sarah Palin is better read than Richard Wolffe.

There is an old saying that one is better off keeping ones mouth closed if thought a fool than to open it and remove all doubt. Richard Wolffe decided on MSNBC to remove all doubt as he refers to one of the greatest Christian apologists of the 20th century as merely a Children's author. Wolffe … Continue reading Apparently Sarah Palin is better read than Richard Wolffe.

Amazon Vine Review: Sweet Farts: Rippin’ it old School

My review through the Amazon vine program of the children book Sweet Farts: Rippin' it old School is available at Amazon.com here. This is actually the second book in a series by author Raymond Bean. If you have young kids it will certainly appeal to them.