On Sale March 10, 2017 debut Novella ‘Window Pane’.
The rain streaming down the window pane entices her to join it in its run. Why does it have such pull on her soul? Does the rain truly have the answers of her past? Why does no one help her find out why she can not remember who she is and where this place is that she finds herself? Who is the young female dancing in the rain, which only she can seem to see? Why is there such an allure to join her in the rain? She is lost with only the rain consoling her soul. How can this be real? Why can’t she wake from this nightmare, back to the life she knows is hidden somewhere deep within the recesses of the ever presence darkness at edges of this horrible world?
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On sale March 10, 2017
Author Nan McAdam bring the mystical world of Mim to life in the third book of Charlie Kadabra. Nan weaves the reader into the story with the enchantment of her storytelling, transporting them into the latest conflict threating Mim and Charlie’s loved ones. The story holds the reader’s attention, making it nearly impossible to put down. I read the book in one setting. Needless to say nothing else got done during this time.
Last Saturday–January 21–Ankeny Writers met up with Des Moines author Matthew Davenport. Matt shared his writing journey and asked and answered questions about “independent” (Indy) publishing. If &…
I couldn’t say it any better.
Are you an IMMIGRANT or from a proud family of immigrants? My great grandfather, John Hempen, was born in Germany and proudly sailed with the German navy. Wanting more opportunities for his family he and his family immigrated to the United States in the 1880s where he served as a mayor of a small community and raised a family. When his granddaughter, my mother Helen Hempen Brocka, started school in Grundy County Iowa German was the primary language spoken in her home. She was often cautioned not speak German outside the home.
Am I a proud descendent of an IMMIGANT….YES, I am. I would also imagine that many of you reading this are also proud members of immigrant families.
I have had the good fortunate and pleasure to have interacted with immigrants or fellow descendants of immigrants most of my life. They are American Indian, Asian Indian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Hispanic, Latino, Chinese, Iranian…
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