is the story of one young woman's perilous
marriage to an international drug lord. From her beginnings in elegant Laguna Beach, California until she fell in love with the wrong surfer who manipulated
her into becoming his drug mule, and a money launderer in his own elicit
dealings; L was trapped and forced to live as a citizen in the dark and
unforgiving world of the global hashish trade. Miraculously she somehow
survives 17 years of a brutal marriage despite being poisoned and evading several
contracts on her life. Her misadventures take readers with her from the
shores of Laguna Beach through the dangerous and mysterious regions of the Khyber Pass,
to Northwest Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Nepal, Singapore, Bali, Europe and Australia and at one point to the farm of Hunter S. Thompson
who was the person who told her to write it all down. Through it all, she
struggles to survive the fate that has overtaken her socialite life. This
adventure will take the reader on every murderously deceptive and more than
occasionally outrageous twist and turn to a final and climactic semi-conclusion
as she still must hide from the man who determined her fate so many years ago.
A THOUSAND LIVES...
is the autobiography of musician, writer, and
spiritual activist, Dan Reed, formerly of the world famous rock band The Dan
Reed Network. This is a book that will grab you and take you on the road
trip of your life. From his humble beginnings as a multicultural youth in
South Dakota with a passion for competitive martial arts; into being pursued by
the United States Armed Forces who wanted him to become one of their elite
Green Berets; into a career as a world famous rock star and club owner; down
to the depths of drug addiction, before he came out into the light following a
spiritual epiphany in the deserts of Burning Man ala Jim Morrison; Dan Reed
rocks! His provocative story will take you from the offices of SPIN
Magazine, to back stage while on tour with Bon Jovi, into his studious
ruminations at the feet of the Dalai Lama. You will travel through India,
China, England, Sweden, Australia, Israel and the West Bank, following the
covert dealings of the drug trade and international black market; through the
shallow world of high fashion; into the dung heap of the insidious music
industry and the decadence of the skin trade; to ruminate in the peace of
monastic life while you speculate on the high ideals and bold contradictions of
the worlds' religious training grounds. There is no stone left unturned
here. This is not the story of a life that was half lived. Dan has
lived many lives to the fullest and they are all deliciously detailed within
The incidents contained in Alpha Girl are all true. The characters that experience them are fictionalized. And once you read of the experiences young Alpha has you will understand why. From the dusty depression era farm fields of South Dakota comes one of our lifetime's most honest authors. This is not an easy journey we take with Alpha onto the stages of Vaudeville and into the alleys and back rooms of a burgeoning entertainment industry that was, to put it mildly, unkind to women. This book will blow the lid off of those warm fuzzy memories that Mickey Rooney would have you believe were the standard of the day. This book is raw with groundbreaking truths from the innocent perspective of a young girl trying to become a woman. On the order of PAINT IT BLACK by Janet Fitch, it's a page turner that will break your heart at every turn, with the redemption of this tearing story being that the real woman who lived this, still smiles.
CHERUBS IN TRAINING...
are individual stories following the adventures of real children who are guided by guardian angels. The series of books shows children that they are never really alone as they are surrounded by angels. These stories teach them the virtues of family values and positive interrelations amongst families, friends and society. Each book is designed to teach the basic lessons of morality, to instill coping skills and to support positive behaviors in order to help children facilitate an uplifting journey through life's labyrinths.
MOJO RISIN' subtitled, didjawannagetlaid? The book for men.
This book humorously discusses the clashes over communications and sex between men and women. While the goal of most men is to "get" with a woman, men face the obstacles of emotional judgment imposed by women on what women deem to be men's silly behaviors. Judgments which do more than derail men's goals. They kill them. Because the author loves men, she felt it was only fair to give as many men as possible a fighting chance to make things right by telling them how to change a few things they may do wrong. Call it a handy reference of do's and don'ts about sex and relationships. Complete with cartoon images and explicit instruction. This book is a sure thing.