Author: georgiajwilson72

This story is about a family, the Collies, from the small East Texas town of Coalville during those hard times in America. It tells how they persevered against hatred, racism,... Read More

"The Sounds at River's Edge" is viewed from the eyes of a child spanning only four years, but what years they were! It's a wonder any of us survived. Bobbie... Read More

If you want to share your beautiful experience with the world, you can surely do it. You can write a book or a travelogue. A travelogue is an account of... Read More

Building a world in fantasy fiction requires a writer to immerse deeply in various setting or situations. Since the Garden of Eden was where the angelic beings lived and the... Read More

This book is intended to offer a historical, conceptual and methodological analysis of selected iconic shifts (revolutions) in scientific belief and practice. Part I is a reexamination of The Copernican... Read More

Benoit Blanchard is a graduate of École Polytechnique de Montréal. Although he has never worked in engineering, he has studied economics extensively in the past few years. Cyberbrain: Guardian Angel... Read More

For author Mike Honeycutt, there’s nothing more exciting than a remote trip with great scenery. In Mike Honeycutt’s World of Hunting and Fishing, he shares a travelogue that speaks to... Read More

Many people love to read poems for various reasons. For some people, poems are a therapeutic tool that fosters creativity and imagination. For others, they are a great source of... Read More

The Book of It explains, at times cryptically, the journey of its author through the strands of It that he himself has encountered – strands passing across history, through literature... Read More

“The 72 Hour Authentication of the Christ” by Kelly Don Ford details the prophetic significance of the statistical timeframe that works best, one that might not have got much attention... Read More