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  • Paperback:266 pages
  • Publisher:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (7/15/2015)
  • Language:English
  • ISBN-10:1512074969
  • ISBN-13:978-1512074963

 

ABOUT “POKERGEIST”:

Sometimes life, as well as death, is about second chances. Luckless Telly Martin doesn’t have a clue. An awful gambler trying to scrape by as a professional poker player, he becomes the protégé of world famous poker champion Clutch Henderson. The only catch…Clutch is a ghost. Telly and Clutch must navigate the seedy gambling underbelly of Las Vegas learning to trust each other in order to win the elusive International Series of Poker, repair their shattered personal relationships and find redemption in this life and the hereafter.

 

“Cash proves to be highly capable of juxtaposing the absurd and the mundane, creating a thoroughly enjoyable ghost story along the lines of The Canterville Ghost (1891) and Topper (1926)…Bet on this funny, well-written tale of second chances.” – Kirkus Review

 

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ABOUT MICHAEL PHILLIP CASH:

Michael Phillip Cash is an award-winning screenwriter and novelist. He’s written ten books including the best-selling Brood X, Stillwell, The Flip, The After House, The Hanging Tree, Witches Protection Program, Pokergeist and Battle for Darracia series.

Michael resides on the North Shore of Long Island. He writes full-time with his screaming kids in the background.

 

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Goodreads Review of Kill Daddy by Gerald Freeman

One man’s journey of self-discovery and struggle to overcome the traumatic effects of childhood abuse and trauma. A must read!

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Gerald Freeman has been running from an abusive childhood for most of his adult life. He’s finally at a point where he’s realized that self-medicating with assorted drugs and pushing away well-meaning friends has gotten him nowhere. It’s time for a change. He toys with the idea of killing his father in an attempt to quell his inner demons, but fortunately, he opts for something more meaningful, legal and only slightly less dangerous: traveling throughout Africa on a journey of self-discovery.

Gerald Freeman is a master storyteller. I found myself immediately hooked and completely immersed in a story that could only be told by someone who lived through it. I was struck by how much I didn’t know about Africa. Mr. Freeman has successfully painted a vivid picture of life in some amazing and exotic, yet overwhelmingly poverty-stricken, places…

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Transcending Anger by Charles Dittell Goodreads Book Review

Transcending Anger: A handbook for those who wish to give up angerTranscending Anger: A handbook for those who wish to give up anger by Charles Dittell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

From the start, I knew Transcending Anger was no ordinary self-help book. Author, Charles Dittell comes across as someone who practices what he preaches. The story in the book’s opening chapter, The Cherokee Story of Two Wolves, had me hooked from the start.

Charles Dittell explains the difference between managing anger and transcending anger. Once you understand the difference, you’ll see how much more advantageous and desirable the latter is.

Anger is a truly harmful emotion with a variety of negative results. When we react to frustrating situations with anger, we run the risk of experiencing a host of difficulties: health issues and illness, job loss (which in turn can affect our financial situation), relationship problems, and the very real possibility of reducing our chances of realizing our life goals. Transcending Anger addresses all of these negative aspects, and much more.

Transcending Anger isn’t a long, drawn out, expensive manual. It’s never boring or technical. It’s a manageable, engaging and concise how-to booklet, which can be put to constructive use immediately. The worksheets are an invaluable resource to be used for personal assessment and progress tracking. Additionally, and despite the name, Transcending Anger isn’t just for transcending anger either; Charles Dittell explains how once the techniques are implemented successfully, they can be easily used to transcend other negative behaviors.

Charles Dittell has also graciously included a thorough reference section at the end of the book, which contains an extensive list of additional resources, should the reader be interested in pursuing them.

I can’t say enough about Transcending Anger. I’m so glad I found it. Charles Dittell certainly knows his stuff. He does an excellent job of clearly explaining how important, yet easy, it is to rid ourselves of the damaging effects of anger once and for all. Mr. Dittell uses an assortment of information to explain his techniques. Living a more positive, happy life is important for individuals, as well as for society as a whole. Transcending Anger gives us the tools needed to achieve this.

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