Ron MacDonald: Arlington Anthology — Field of Honor

Across the Potomac River from Washington D.C. lies this nation’s sacred of grounds, Arlington National Cemetery, where some of our nation’s finest form as far back as the Revolutionary War are buried. Over 310,000 men and women call Arlington their final resting place – from Presidents, honored statesmen, explorers, and literary figures to the common soldier and sailor along with 3,800 former slaves. Their stories beg to be heard- stories of courage against insurmountable odds, of love of brother and country, and of sacrifice. Stories of hope, faith and dreams on choices made during adversity.

In this often heart-wrenching, often inspirational anthology, see how these noble souls , whether generals or slaves, influenced the world in which they lived. Their stories are still with us, bidding us to think of life, not death… a life to which , in their youth, they lent the passion and joy of spring.

A Native Californian , Ron MacDonald had been an accomplished and published photographer for over 20 years. While traveling and photographing in Europe and here he visited many historical cemeteries, including Omaha Beach Cemetery, where he found his uncle’s final resting place. His love of history drove him to tell the untold stories of those who reside at Arlington National Cemetery. This is Ron’s first book and tells the often heart-wrenching and inspirational stories of those noble souls, told as if they themselves are telling their own stories.

Kallypso Masters Discusses Kate’s Secret

Single mother Kate Michaels wants nothing more than to continue providing a happy, stable life for her daughter, Chelsea. Then, after thirteen years, the return of her college sweetheart tilts Kate’s world on its axis. The thought of seeing Travis Cooper again sets her pulse racing—and not only because he reignites the flames that once burned too hot for them. What will happen when he discovers her carefully guarded secret?

A realistic dream involving a recently deceased Army buddy sends Travis on a journey back to Kentucky looking for answers that have gnawed at him since his sweetheart, Katie, sent him packing. The military-precise confrontation he’d planned evaporates as soon as he lays eyes on her. Will he find it in his heart to forgive and understand to give them a second chance at love?

Can the spirits of his friend and her father right some wrongs and help Kate and Travis overcome the past, especially since the one truth that could make everything right is the same one that could destroy everything they hold dear?

Kallypso Masters is a USA Today Bestselling Author with half-a-million copies of her books sold in paperbacks and e-books since August 2011. All of her books feature alpha males, strong women, and happy endings because those are her favorite stories to read. After dabbling at writing since high school (a very long time ago!) and hoping to become a Romance writer about as long, she’s living the dream and has been since May 2011.

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Judi Sheeks How The Bleep Did You Find Me

“You have unknowingly been helping private investigators and others track your every move. This is your “How NOT To” manual helping you take back your privacy. Judi Sheeks, a private investigator for over two decades, shares some of her real life cases and lets you know just how she tracked down people all over the globe – and how they inadvertently helped her find them. A quick, easy and revealing read with some important lessons on how to stay safe in this digital age.”

Judi Sheeks is one of the most sought after and prolific private investigators in the country. She’s been honing her craft for over two decades. Her success rate in “finding the unfindable” is unmatched. In this book, she chronicles some of her toughest, most interesting and sometimes amusing, cases. It’s also a modern cautionary tale on the risks and dangers of the Internet and how it’s a menace to your personal privacy.

Judi is on Twitter (@Judianna), and blogs at JudiannaBlog.com and my pieces have appeared in The Federalist, New Americana and The Loftus Party.