Ever heard of Gold Star Mothers? Who are they? Gold Star Mothers are mothers whose sons or daughters served and died while serving their country in times of war. Each year on Gold Star Mother’s Day which is Sept. 29 this year, the President calls on all Americans to display the U.S. flag to express … Continue reading GOLD STAR MOTHER’S DAY – SEPT. 29, 2013
To honor the Gold Star Mothers and in observance of the Gold Star Mother’s Day on Sunday, Sept. 29, you can download FREE “BAHALA NA (Come What May): A WWII Story of Faith, Love, Courage, Determination and Survival” on 9/29/13 at Kindle Lending Library starting at approximately 12 AM Pacific Standard Time to approximately 11:59 … Continue reading BAHALA NA (Come What May) FREE Download at KINDLE LENDING LIBRARY on 9-29-2013
Countries have adopted flowers as national cultural symbols. The United States has the rose; the Netherlands, the tulip; Japan, the chrysanthemum; Austria, the edelweiss and Ireland the shamrock. The Philippines have several national symbols: the carabao (water buffalo), the narra tree and sampaguita. Sampaguita or kampupot was adopted by the Philippine government as its national … Continue reading SAMPAGUITA, The Philippine’s National Flower
I've always been looking for books about the Philippines and came across “Battle for Batangas” written by Glenn Anthony May while reading “Honor in the Dust” written by Gregg Jones. I thoroughly enjoyed both books. This was the first time, I saw a book written about Batangas besides my book “BAHALA NA (Come What May)”. … Continue reading Book on Batangas
There isn’t an American who is not affected by the events of September 11, 2001when the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon and the crash of United Airlines Flight 92 in a field in Shade Township, Somerset Country, Pennsylvania happened. Sue Casey wanted a living memorial for the victims … Continue reading REMEMBER ME ROSES
To honor the spirit of the men and women whose lives were lost in New York, at the Pentagon, and at a field in Shade Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, you can download “BAHALA NA (Come What May)” FREE on 9/11/13 only at Kindle Lending Library starting at approximately 12 AM Pacific Standard Time to … Continue reading BAHALA NA (Come What May) FREE Download at KINDLE on 9-11-2013
When I started, I had no idea what publishing a book entailed. So I began reading about it when I was almost finished writing my manuscript. Then I sent out a letter to a publisher, thinking it was the same as sending an application letter to a company. I worked in a corporate world before … Continue reading What motivated you to become an indie author?