Archive for the Literature Category

The Money Tree

The Money Tree is a spiritual parable disguised as a lesson plan for anyone with a troubled money relationship. The narrator is Flow, a delightful spirit who leaves her blissful existence with Divine Love to become the Money Tree. The only problem is, she has to learn the lessons herself before teaching them to her students.

Web of Lies

Cathie stares at the photograph on the mantelshelf. Her eyes fill up with tears. How could it have gone so wrong? One member of her family in prison. Another dead. A few years ago, Cathie and her husband, Tom, owned a beautiful house and ran a business. Now she was sitting on an old sofa in a rented house on a rough housing estate.

It Is What It Is, Because It Never Was, And What Never Was, Can Never Be

This book is based on the first part of my life written in the form of poetry. Basically, my many different experiences, what I have learned, and what I have been through so far in my life. I hope you find this new form of poetry exciting, and encouraging.

Orange Blossoms-Love Blooms

Strong-willed Elaine Hart is determined to save Hartland Ranch, her family’s California orange groves. After the recent ending of a turbulent relationship, she vows to keep her professional and personal life separate, even though she’s attracted to the man who holds her family’s fate in the palm of his hands.

My Playground Beats Your Office

“My Playground Beats Your Office” is a book about enjoying youth and explaining to kids to take their time with growing up and enjoy being creative, unique, and weird.

Driving In Budapest

Budapest is a true crossroads capital, very much at home in the east or the west. Follow five very different people as they navigate their lives as well as the crazy, hectic streets of this fascinating city. Love, loss, despair, hope….. you know, life!

Through the Magic Sunglasses

When Mariia storms out of her boyfriend’s Kyiv apartment forever, she has no idea what is awaiting her. She is handed a pair of ‘magic’ sunglasses by a mysterious cabdriver on her way to Berlin, and what begins as a journey to get over her breakup turns out to be the adventure of her life.

The Terrapin

“The Terrapin” is the sequel to “Light: A Historical Fiction” illustrating the journey to freedom from slavery and persecution for the Cimarron Family. The journey of freedom starts with a reason to be enslaved. When Tembo and his comrades flee to become a part of the Cimarron band, a new life can become a reality for runaway slaves.

When Goodbye Begins

In When Goodbye Begins, author-filmmaker, actively involved in mental health advocacy Geeta Lal Sahai rips apart the stereotypical existence. These five stories are about failed aspirations, malfunctioned relationships, infidelity, betrayal, hopelessness, and dark lanes of memories.

Thoughts of Expression

Daniel Schiavello, solo guitarist with a passion for poetry used his talents for poetry in his book titled “Thoughts of Expression” a book full of love, gained and lost, of emotion, held and cherished, and of thoughts, expressed and implied.