UN-BERLIN-ABLE TRAVEL GUIDE : COME TO THE COOLEST CAPITAL CITY

When in Germany, don’t forget to visit its un-BERLIN-able capital city. Let the German author take you to the best places (not only world-known sights), but also hidden secrets: Take a Selfie at the iconic Berlin Wall, dance in huge factories until Monday Morning, enjoy street art, have lunch while seeing elephants, sip a beer in an abandoned airport, try a Döner Kebap or just sit down in one of the many parks and watch its unique citizens. One thing is for sure, your stay in Berlin will be unforgettable, whatever you do. And the great thing is, you will probably still have a lot to do when you go for the second or third time. Enjoy your stay, and of course, feel free to contact the author at any time.

Meet Sven Bornemann

Hey there, I am Sven. I am passionate (part-time) traveller, owner of a city tour and also travel planning company. When the pandemic hit me, I started writing about my trips, and have finished 7 different travel guides and books about my travel anecdotes. My Berlin guide is my latest piece of work, and I really hope you enjoy reading it, and can one day visit Berlin. Take care!

Into Africa a Personal Journey

A remarkable and intriguing story about a journey to the land of Blackwood’s ancestors. Into Africa a Personal Journey, begins in Nigeria with exposure to the tight control by the military that causes Blackwood to experience fear as never before. Her journey continues to take her on an exploration of a new mysterious world where she experiences joy and wonderment as she shares in the lives of family members, friends and new acquaintances. “A fresh and engaging memoir that spans continents and decades. “a reader review

Meet Yvonne Blackwood

Yvonne Blackwood is the author of three adult non-fiction book―Into Africa a Personal Journey, Will That Be Cash or Cuffs? and Into Africa the Return. She has published three children’s picture books—Nosey Charlie Comes to Town, Nosey Charlie Goes to Court, and Nosey Charlie Chokes on a Wiener! She is an award-winning short-story writer, columnist, and retired banker. Yvonne has contributed to several anthologies including Human Kindness, Canadian Voices, and WordScape. She has published articles in More of Our Canada, InTouch, Adelaide, and Green Prints magazines. As a columnist, she wrote columns for The Toronto Star, Pride News Magazine and The African Connection.

Jack Backpack adventure: seeking the best place on Earth

Join Jack Backpack as he explores the world with the help of a diary left to him by his ancestors! Jack will follow his family traditions with the help of a diary which reveal clues in every place he visits. Jack and his friends Lightman and Flicker will learn about the rich culture. This children’s book will take the reader on an adventure while revealing the mystery. This educational journey of exploration will teach the reader that the world is full of wonder and surprise. In this book Jack needs to identify where to go, and his first stop is New York, a city full of energy and color. This book is part of a series and will allow your child to experience different places from the comfort of their home. So, join Jack Backpack and his friends in the exploration of a life time. The chapter book with colorful illustrations price will be 0.99$ only starting from 10 June, 8 a.m. until 17 June, 12 a.m. (PDT). Do no miss this chance!

Meet Anthony Kind

I am a passionate traveler and a children’s book author. I believe that family, its traditions and support plays a great role in our lives, especially in such a challenging environment that we have nowadays. A few years ago I developed my family album by fixing all events and interesting stories that happened within the year, and found out that traveling has much space in it. I love traveling, it makes me feel open-minded and learn about different cultures and people around us. It helps to be tolerant to the people and situations which are different from what we get used to seeing. That’s what I would like to share with our new generation, to make our future a bit better than today.

Snapshots of Ireland Volume 4 Travels in Galway

The second largest county in Ireland, Galway is known for its magnificent bay, one of the most enchanting and vibrant medieval cities in Europe, and the storied Aran Islands. Scrumptious sea and mountain panoramas, dotted with sheep, rows of peat and Connemara ponies contribute to making Galway a primary destination along the Wild Atlantic Way.

The interior of the county is equally spectacular. The renowned Connemara National Park, The Twelve Bens, and Lough Corrib only begin the list of places, sites and sights that make this an Irish county second to none.

A good share of the county is in the Gaeltacht (Irish speaking area) where tradition is highly valued and Celtic spirit prevails.
Festival and special events abound. Some, like the Galway Oyster Festival, the Omey Pony Races, or the Red-sail Hooker Races are unique. If you a traveling to Galway, check the schedule to partake (or avoid) what is on offer each weekend.

Meet Jeanne Crane

Sharing Celtic Spirituality and Celtic Wisdom through writing blogs and books what I love to do. I also enjoy sharing Celtic teachings through speaking engagements including festivals and book clubs.
My first trip to Ireland was as a teenager. I immediately felt a deep connection to my Celtic roots. But it was on a much later trip that I was introduced to the ancient sites, the dolmens, stone circles and beehive structures that have captivated me. These thin places stir me beyond any cathedral, temple or sacred site I have ever visited. Each trip I take to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall or the Isle of Mann deeps my connection to the mystery and wonder of our amazing Universe.

To Gaze The Summer Sky

When was the last time you laughed so hard that the unwitting tears of joy showed you your childhood self? When was the last time you cried so much that it washed away all your bottled-up emotions that longed forever to be set free? I believe that a complete life is a life with tears of all kinds. To gaze the summer sky is a compilation of three short stories that thrive on unblemished, basic human emotions about first love, adventure and friendship that genuinely could make you smile. Take a break to appreciate that a little smile can make your world a happy place. In your smile is all the peace that mankind could adore.

Meet Prasanna Vignesh

Doctor. Author of “Oh boy! You’re in trouble” and “To gaze the summ sky” Lyricist Wanderer.

Celtic Spirit A Wee Journey to the Heart of it All

Charming, inspiring, insightful and informational story of fictional characters visiting present day Ireland. Travelers gather at the Shannon airport to begin a tour of ancient sites of Ireland. Timothy, their very Irish bus driver, calls their intended visit a trip to the very heart of the Celtic spirit-to thin places, as the Irish would say. The guides offer morning spiritual connection, days of touring, and evenings with pub sing-alongs, dances, and storytelling. Each is drawn to a different aspect of Celtic spirituality and each experiences the powerful energies of the land. A Canadian couple comes for the Celtic music; a woman from Boston comes to honor the Irish saints; another comes to connect with her childhood love of fairies. A young widower brings his teenage son in hopes of healing. A retiring professor seeks inspiration for the next phase of her life. A busy mom seeks quality time with her teenage daughter and another with her adolescent son. Few anticipate the degree of transformation they will experience. Join them in learning about Ireland, these thin places, Celtic spirituality, and the emergence of the Divine Feminine as their stories unfold with healing and romance.

Meet Jeanne Crane

Sharing Celtic Spirituality and Celtic Wisdom through writing blogs and books what I love to do. I also enjoy sharing Celtic teachings through speaking engagements including festivals and book clubs. My first trip to Ireland was as a teenager. I immediately felt a deep connection to my Celtic roots. But it was on a much later trip that I was introduced to the ancient sites, the dolmens, stone circles and beehive structures that have captivated me. These thin places stir me beyond any cathedral, temple or sacred site I have ever visited. Each trip I take to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall or the Isle of Mann deeps my connection to the mystery and wonder of our amazing Universe.

Tomorrow is Mother’s Holiday Extravaganza

From Book 1: Celebrate mothers and kids who are in tough situations and fight to stay together to the end! Set in the “Windy City”, Chicago, this family is determined to stay afloat even though to do it they must go the extra mile: a warped gameshow Q&A of the US presidents, Native-American Heroes and much more!

Single mother, Sheen, has only $50 to her name. After learning about an impending Government investigation against her, she takes her 12-year-old son, Tey, and her 8-year-old son, Jamal, out for some holiday fun in Downtown Chicago; only to find themselves lost on the Elevated Commuter Train. Before their first stop, Sheen finds a flyer for an event with free food and housing on the floor of the train. Soon after she reads about it, the train begins to shake . They watch their car separates, slide off the rail and crashe to the ground. This leaves them no choice. They get off the still relatively stable train and find Vinn’s Place. Vinn, the owner, is a man from Naples who creates phones using more than solar panels, located farther up then 30 floors overlooking beautiful, Lake Michigan. But all is not okay in their special world when Sheen, Tey and Jamal realize they might have gone too far.
While finding their way, they must contend with a city they soon no longer recognize. Together they face their worst economic crisis and the boys remember their absent father, who left the country to avoid deportation, not so long ago.

Meet Finestra Greene

Finestra Greene is an author who writes about characters who live and experience family life with or without the money they need in Chicago and all the excitement this brings. Even still, each character has a few things to say about their own life in this situation.
This book is written for Mother’s everywhere and kids workbook style with pencil sketches readers can submit to on her author page. This book is always under revision just like her characters who struggle in a children’s survival story, like the real children outside around us everyday.

Flavour with Benefits: France

Would you love to escape on a romantic journey? Your ticket is between the covers of the stunning Flavour with Benefits: France.Discover the world’s most popular travel destination:• Experience breathtaking France with over 100 original photographs.• Sail by limestone cliffs on a warm Mediterranean current.• Descend a glowing staircase to a wine cave filled with millions of bottles of champagne.Learn about women who changed the world• The Grande Dame of Champagne who couldn’t vote yet built an empire.• La mère (the mother) Brazier whose restaurants set new culinary standards.Food that doesn’t compromise flavour or health• Enjoy 50+ inspired recipes accompanied by stunning photographs.• Learn about food as medicine and a five-year-old girl.• Crave a dessert that reimagines: I’ll have what she’s having!Flavour with Benefits: France will inspire you to plan the trip of your dreams and indulge inflavours that deliver a pleasant surprise.Co-authors, Cathy Connally and Charley Best, are obsessed with developing new approaches toiconic flavours served with a side-dish of travel. Flavour with Benefits: France is the first bookin the series.


Meet Cathy Connally & Charley Best

Cathy Connally and Charley Best are world travelers who are obsessed with beautiful photography and are experts in maximizing flavour and health in their unique recipes. Take this journey with them to France and see some amazing sights, experience some beautiful food and meet some amazing women.

The Family Farm

After Beth graduates from college she decides to take the summer off and visit the family farm. A relaxing summer is what she thought would happen. After years it has changed, she meets new people and sees familiar faces. Her summer stay would reveal a family secret and a death that would change her life, a new romance and a neighbor out to get her. Will she find true love? Will she stay at the farm? Previously published as The Family Farm on Kindle Vella.

Meet Delia Coffey

Delia loves to create smaller stories that can be read in a few days, an afternoon off or relaxing anytime. She grew up in Missouri and spent 10 years on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. She loves to travel and lives in the country.

Amidst the Stones of Celtic Ireland

Abby and Mark want the freedom to explore their new relationship away from the watchful eyes of family and neighbors. He is fascinated by lighthouses and she is drawn to ancient Celtic stone circles. They embark on a road trip around the coast of Southwest Ireland that takes them into mystical and magical experiences far beyond their planned itinerary. Messages from Abby’s past, even perhaps past lives, greet them as they visit stone circles, ancient Celtic church ruins and ponder the role of the Mother/Divine Feminine in ancient religion, local myth and history, and early Christianity.

Meet Jeanne Crane

Sharing Celtic Spirituality and Celtic Wisdom through writing blogs and books what I love to do. I also enjoy sharing Celtic teachings through speaking engagements including festivals and book clubs. My first trip to Ireland was as a teenager. I immediately felt a deep connection to my Celtic roots. But it was on a much later trip that I was introduced to the ancient sites, the dolmens, stone circles and beehive structures that have captivated me. These thin places stir me beyond any cathedral, temple or sacred site I have ever visited. Each trip I take to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall or the Isle of Mann deeps my connection to the mystery and wonder of our amazing Universe.