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Ron Lewis’ education and career are firmly rooted in science. But a curse that dates back to the days of slavery has...
Ron Lewis’ education and career are firmly rooted in science. But a curse that dates back to the days of slavery has plagued him since childhood.
Born in a black ghetto in Chicago in the 1960s, Ron’s pragmatism is at odds with his experiences; whether it’s the trials of an interracial relationship or the supernatural forces that he can’t seem to avoid.

Just when he thinks he’s finally found peace of mind, Ron’s life is upended by tragedy. He gets the opportunity to use science to try to communicate with the dead, and to finally confront the evil that has plagued him and his family for generations.

That’s when all hell breaks loose.
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I finally reached Belfast on the 4th of August and I have been walking around, visiting places and meeting friends.
...
I finally reached Belfast on the 4th of August and I have been walking around, visiting places and meeting friends.
On this video, I'm going toThe Giant's Ring which is a 4000 years old Celtic structure including a Giant circle and a tomb entrance. Then I decided to go to Sir Thomas and lady Dixon's park which was about an hour walk away. So you'll also see pictures along the Lagan river.

If you are interested in the doll photo session, you can find it here: https://youtu.be/HQImKsJxNM0
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This time, we took the train back to Normandie to a little village called Giverny. This is the place where Monet...
This time, we took the train back to Normandie to a little village called Giverny. This is the place where Monet created his nympheas pond and did a lot of his paintings.
To get there, you have to take the train to Vernon and then take a bus or in our case the Giverny town train to go to the village. It's also not too far if you want to walk.
The place was really beautiful. The garden doesn't look like it did on Monet's time since now they have planted flowers to have a bloom all year long but the pond style looks the same. There are a lot of Nympheas mixed with the reflection of the clouds on the water.
I recently read a book called "Nympheas Noirs" by Michel Bussi which contains a description of the village and Monet's house and garden since it is located in Giverny. It was a really good read and I highly recommend it. In English, it is called "Black Water Lilies".
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Today I have for you a video of Honfleur in 2 parts.

First there is a little part from when I went there with my...
Today I have for you a video of Honfleur in 2 parts.

First there is a little part from when I went there with my friends so it comes after the Trouville video.
And second is the second half of the conférence weekend day trip. So it come after yesterday's video at Étretat.

It shouldn't be too confusing and anyway, it's the same place.
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This time, I am visiting Étretat with some people of the conference during one of the weekend tour. We took the bus...
This time, I am visiting Étretat with some people of the conference during one of the weekend tour. We took the bus to get there. It's about one hour and a half away from Deauville. We climbed both cliffs and then took the bus to Honfleur which you will see in the next video.
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I am now in Normandie after a bit of trouble with my flight back from Corsica. I'm attending a conference there but...
I am now in Normandie after a bit of trouble with my flight back from Corsica. I'm attending a conference there but I'm also enjoying the scenery. The conference is in Deauville but I'm staying in Trouville which is just next door and a bit cheaper. I'll also move around a bit for sight-seeing during the conference weekend.
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I'm sorry to be putting them up so far apart. I'm a bit busy at a conference at the moment.
On this video, we went...
I'm sorry to be putting them up so far apart. I'm a bit busy at a conference at the moment.
On this video, we went to see "Les sanguinaires," it's and archipelago with a few island and a peninsula, west of Ajaccio!
There is a Génoise tower on the hill that was build in the 15 hundreds to prevent the attack from the Italians and the Barbary Pirates. It reminds me a bit of the movie, "Il deserto dei Tartari", that I went to see at the Italian cinema a few weeks ago.
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We went to Bonifacio which is the city at the southern end of Corsica. From the citadel lowest wall, we could see...
We went to Bonifacio which is the city at the southern end of Corsica. From the citadel lowest wall, we could see the island of Sardinia on the other side of the sea. This other island is part of Italy.
We walked in the citadel city and went shopping a little bit for souvenir.
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I'm traveling in Europe at the moment and I sent a day in Paris on my way to Corsica.
We went on a one-hour boat...
I'm traveling in Europe at the moment and I sent a day in Paris on my way to Corsica.
We went on a one-hour boat tour on the Seine river and we also visited an English Bookshop.
Enjoy!
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I went to the Steampunk Park which is a newish event in Tokyo Akihabara. It was hard to find and pretty small but...
I went to the Steampunk Park which is a newish event in Tokyo Akihabara. It was hard to find and pretty small but still fun.
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Rookie detective Frank Nagler has barely has time to arrange his desk, when a new homocide case is assigned to him....
Rookie detective Frank Nagler has barely has time to arrange his desk, when a new homocide case is assigned to him. Could a serial killer be stalking his hom...
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The Unsettling Beauty of a Perfect Chord… “Discussions of life, love, faith and the universe fuel J. Conrad Guest’s...
The Unsettling Beauty of a Perfect Chord… “Discussions of life, love, faith and the universe fuel J. Conrad Guest’s intriguing dialog-based novel A World Without Music. Music itself ‘stands half way between thought and phenomenon,’ a fascinating concept that leaves the reader pondering all. But the conversation’s powerful and real, and the tale moves on; locations change, topics flow and grow, and the reader soon feels like a traveler delighting in overhearing strangers who might become friends.

“This novel’s path through music, movies, sci-fi, baseball, politics, faith and romance is endlessly intriguing and deeply involving, even as mystery deepens and danger looms. Allusions to jazz and song lyrics are as natural as the flight of a softball into the air, smoothly delighting the reader whether they’re caught or simply catch the eye. And Reagan, born to lust, love or jazz, has choices to make, and scary consequences to navigate.

“And the music of the common man proves as vital to our world’s symphony as that of heroes and villains throughout all time. A World Without Music reads like a masterpiece of music, culture and life and is highly recommended.” —Sheila Deeth, author of Divide by Zero and Amazon Top 1,000 Reviewer
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“Introspective, like a personal remembrance of life, this book is more than diary or autobiography, but less than...
“Introspective, like a personal remembrance of life, this book is more than diary or autobiography, but less than truth perhaps because it’s viewed entirely through the eyes of the (dead) protagonist. Slowly working towards the unseen facts of his character’s past. A Retrospective In Death is a languid, oddly compelling tale, evoking an era with a wealth of intricate detail, creating a memorable yet achingly ordinary man, and searching for meaning and purpose in it all.

“Song titles, movies, well-known names and places, events in sports, evocative phrases from the past and much, much more build up into a powerful retrospect of an era, all told in a voice that changes convincingly with changing enthusiasm, self-deprecating humor, and psychoanalytical hints from the higher self. It’s a pleasing, though very long tale, and the ending is beautifully worth the languorous journey.” —Sheila Deeth, author of Divide by Zero and Amazon Top 1,000 Reviewer
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Hi guys and welcome to a new video

On Sunday I went to Yokohama for an exposition of the Wonder Frog at the...
Hi guys and welcome to a new video

On Sunday I went to Yokohama for an exposition of the Wonder Frog at the Yokohama Doll Museum. It was really impressive, you can check the video here: https://youtu.be/dcU2r74cSv4
Then, I decided to take a walk along the harbor to go to a second hand doll store (video coming soon on my other channel) It was really sunny, hot and windy and I managed to get sunburns on my arms again. But the scenery was really nice.
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Interview with Author Shanna Spence at Texas Authors Marketing Event by Dallas Geek, showcasing The Encouragement...
Interview with Author Shanna Spence at Texas Authors Marketing Event by Dallas Geek, showcasing The Encouragement Letters.
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WILLIAM CROMWELL, at age eleven, knew what it was like living with new changes. In 1865, Manchester, England a new...
WILLIAM CROMWELL, at age eleven, knew what it was like living with new changes. In 1865, Manchester, England a new textile factory moved into town and after a tragedy that befell him and his mum, they struggled to live. With so many things going on in his young life he wanted to be the encouragement that his father was to him.
As everything changes along with terrible hardships, just maybe the hope he gives to the growing town will find its way to Will…
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Cagney Nowak is writing a novel around the 1905 shooting death of baseball legend Ty Cobb’s father by his mother a...
Cagney Nowak is writing a novel around the 1905 shooting death of baseball legend Ty Cobb’s father by his mother a week before Ty was called up by the Detroit Tigers. Although she was acquitted by an all-male jury on the grounds that the incident was accidental, the townspeople of Royston, Georgia, thought otherwise. When Cagney begins to relive the night of the shooting in his dreams, more than a century later and in the guise of Amanda Cobb, he is led to discover his father’s deepest secret.

More than a mystery, The Cobb Legacy is the story of a man’s efforts to connect with his dying father, a World War II veteran suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and to come to terms with his obsession over the Cobb legacy as well as his own adulterous affair and impending divorce, while doubting that love with an old friend can be his.
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“A sweet love story gives way to the love affair with speed... First loser becomes disillusioned winner, hindsight...
“A sweet love story gives way to the love affair with speed... First loser becomes disillusioned winner, hindsight waxes philosophical, and a lonely man reminds us, ‘One doesn’t find love... Love is a choice.’” —Sheila Deeth, author of Divide by Zero and Amazon Top 1,000 Reviewer
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“Loaded with clever dialog and vivid characters, January’s Paradigm is a polished, calm and a well paced fantasy...
“Loaded with clever dialog and vivid characters, January’s Paradigm is a polished, calm and a well paced fantasy fiction with original premise and a dramatic climax.

Kate Porter’s marital disloyalty leaves her husband Robert Porter devastated, depressed and miserable at the hands of his wonder drug—Bookers. Once the author of an International Best Seller, One Hot January, Porter finds salvation from the heart wrenching truth of life through his fictitious character — “the product of his own imagined altered ego” —detective Joe January.

Author J. Conrad Guest’s attention to details of plot is meticulous as he keeps his novel pulsing with energy and tension skillfully woven with an entertaining combination of romance, betrayal, mystery and thrill. With storytelling mastery on full display, powered by engaging narrative and emotional intensity of individual story line, January’s Paradigm is a novel that delights its readers with a captivating premise with serious literary work of thoughtfulness, complexity and depth.

Those looking for a fantasy with diversity may find themselves bewitched. This 5-star read is definitely worth reading for its originality. Highly recommended.” —Enas Reviews
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