Quiet Chaos: The link between anxiety and awareness



Anxiety is the most common issue in the world of mental health. This book discusses the treatment and reflects on how to deal with anxiety issues in a completely different way. It does not tell you to work harder and look happier, nor does it tell you to fake it until you make it. Rather, it expresses the importance of struggle and the power of intimacy in the hearts and minds of those dealing with anxiety.

Quiet Chaos is a deeply honest conversation between the author and the reader. A conversation that could just change the way you see yourself and the world around you.

The 2 Keys To Permanent Weight Loss



Are you struggling to lose weight? Have you lost weight only to gain it back again? Have you relied on will power to battle food cravings, only to fail time and time again? Do you blame genetics for your inability to maintain a healthy body weight? If so, you’re not alone. North America is currently gripped by an obesity epidemic. The food industry spends billions of dollars annually to convince us to eat more. Then we spend billions on the weight loss industry to lose weight.

Neither will power nor genetics are enough to produce lasting change. The key to weight loss
and maintenance is more fundamental, existing at the level of basic human nature. A change in nature is paramount, as a change in nature makes difficult things, easy. Stop thinking in terms of you mustering your will power to overcome your struggles. Start thinking in terms of having less struggles to begin with. That, unlocks the shackles. That’s freedom. That’s refreshing genuine liberty.
And that’s what I’m offering.
Simply implement the 2 keys to modify your nature, and shed the weight that has been dragging you down..

Healing Process After Divorce (Author Interview)



Any plans to turn it into a series?


What will readers get out of your book?

They will get past their negative feelings about divorce, their Ex, their self. They will learn to forgive, their Ex, others, and their self and move on in a positive and purposeful way. They will regain self-confidence and know what they are looking for in their future.


What inspired the idea for your book?

I experienced a troubling divorce. I felt broken, betrayed, shocked, and even vindictive. I did not like where I was and sought everywhere for ways to grow beyond it and find a positive successful life again. I exhausted every possibility: self-help, counseling, books, seminars, travel, new circumstances, new toys, new adventures, but nothing took away the deep gnawing feelings of failure and defeat. Only when I turned inward, took ownership for my situation in life, and ownership of climbing to new heights was I able to make lasting and wonderful changes. I found a process that worked for me and am now passionate about sharing it with others so they can move on in their life and desired outcomes.


How did you come up with the title for your book?

It evolved naturally as I wrote the chapters to the book. It is a process. It is about Healing. It works.


How did you come up with the story and ideas in Healing Process After Divorce?

They are my story from pain and sorrow to into the life I dreamed.


What do you like to do when not writing?

Be with my beloved wife, kids, enjoying life, hunting, fishing, and coaching others.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

Facebook personal page   https://www.facebook.com/bill.bach.79

Facebook author page      https://www.facebook.com/authorwilliambach/

Coaching Website under development  https://www.drbillbach.com/

Personal email: drbbach2@gmail.com




HYPHENED-NATION: Don’t Check the Box



Honoree of three prestigious Literary Awards, The Independent Authors Network (IAN) Book of the Year Award, the indieBRAG B.R.A.G. Medallion, and The Wishing Shelf Book Awards. Hyphened-Nation was inspired by the authors travels overseas, and time spent living in the United Kingdom. Living abroad was an eye-opening experience, she grew to understand certain aspects of American culture better, the longer she lived overseas. This book is about her insights, and experience of being treated as an American, rather than a hyphenated one.
The difference was startling and lead her on a journey to understand why The United States is one of the only, if not the only country, that hyphenates its citizens by ethnicity before nationality.

It is a journey of discovery in understanding that those same boxes we allow ourselves to be placed into as hyphenated-Americans, limit economic, educational, societal, and cultural growth. Her story focuses on ways the United States and our global community differ culturally, and steps citizens can take to create a non-hyphenated coalitional nation.

Dating Me (Author Interview)


Dating Me looks like a unique self-help book.  What can you tell us about it?
The book covers a variety of topics. One is acknowledgment of one’s self-awareness around feelings, actions towards others, and communication that starts and ends with you.
Second, I speak on one’s family upbringing and environment that can mold a person into having who you are and how individual should acknowledge their upbringing and how it shows up in raising their kids and relationships he has.
Third, is loving yourself which is what majority the book is about. After all that is said and done, are individuals happy with themselves no matter what has happened in their life or should I say content with what has happened good or bad. Loving yourself without any regrets, that’s getting back to the basics of loving you.
How long did it take you to write Dating Me?
It took me over 6 years to write this book.
What inspired you when writing Dating Me?   
My life, literally I was going through a transition moving from my home town in Oregon to Arizona. I had time to reflect on my past and present within my new environment. Traveling and going over talking with my younger cousin and our discuss of our future I began to write out what I was feeling and thinking.

What will readers get out of your book?
I hope readers gain insight on taking care of self, if that’s physically, finically and mostly self-love to get through reality of life.  There are also tools people can implement right after they read the text.
How did you come up with the story and ideas in Dating Me?
The story came from me journaling about my life
Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Dating Me?
The part that sticks out the most was writing about my siblings and I being raised by our father. It’s not a typical story you here when the biological mother is not around but in our case it happened. It is still challenging to deal with at times but that is another story.
What do you like to do when not writing?
When I’m not writing I like to watch movies, go to the park, or cook meals with my kid.
Where can readers find out more about your work?
Readers can find my book on my website  Inspire2byou.com: https://inspire2byou.com/
Amazon : https://amzn.to/33VWphm
Draft2Digital: https://books2read.com/ap/nlrJD2/Areatae-McGhee?edit=maybe-later


Presidential Chronicles Volume IV (Author Interview)



Presidential Chronicles Volume IV looks like a great book.  Can you tell us a little about it?

“War and Its Aftermath is the fourth of five volumes released thus far in the “Presidential Chronicles” series, which I describe as the series of books (and videos) on American history as seen through the lives of the Presidents of the United States.  Each volume in the series features five “robust yet concise” biographies, with Volume IV focusing on the lives of Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, Ulysses Grant, Rutherford Hayes, and James Garfield (#16-20).

From the back of the book: Fisher delves deeply into a nation divided over slavery and states’ rights, beginning with the most extensive contribution of the biographical series with his focus on the nation’s 16th President, Abraham Lincoln.  Fisher makes extensive use of Lincoln’s own words to understand the growth of his political ideology, the endless string of difficult choices he faced, his unwavering commitment to preserving the Union, and his transition from slavery opponent to outright abolitionist – all in the context of a Constitutional interpretation that stretched the bounds of the founding document.  The Civil War is explored from the view of a President, a wartime Governor, a Commanding General, and a pair of colonels/brigadiers who fought the battles that helped preserve the Union.  War and Its Aftermath further gives life to the nation’s struggles in the Reconstruction era as these leaders tried to balance the competing sectional interests on how to reunify despite the inherent divides that continued to persist.


What inspired you when writing Presidential Chronicles Volume IV?

Over the past couple of centuries, about a half billion people have called themselves Americans, but only 45 have served as President of the United States.  There is something special about the lives of these individuals, what they represented and had to offer that was sufficiently compelling to place them in this unique position of leadership.  These stories fascinate me, and can serve as an inspiration to others. 

Their experiences also represent invaluable opportunities to learn, particularly from our past mistakes.  While the current generation always sees itself as the best or worst at everything, facing conditions unlike anything seen before, that is actually rarely the case.  Many, if not most, of our current challenges, have been seen before in various shapes and sizes, and the stories of the lives of our Presidents exposes many of these learning opportunities.  I try to tease these out as part of my storytelling.


What will readers get out of your book?

Readers will learn about these fascinating lives with context and perspective in tightly constructed works.  They will get a lot of first-person quotations, as I believe the best way to know what people were thinking or why they did what they did is from their own words.  They’ll also get visuals.  There are 369 images scattered throughout Volume IV, many of which are pulled from late 19th Century and early 20th Century biographies, thereby providing many images that most people have never seen.  (For example, the Lincoln biography alone has 112 images, 100% of which come from my library of Lincoln biographies.)  I place these images in the context of the stories (not in a centerpiece of several pages of just images which is the common practice but one that I find outside the flow of most biographies) to help the reader truly visualize the stories being told.

In terms of Volume IV, the reader will get:

A fresh take on Abraham Lincoln, which includes not only his personal greatness and the outcomes he enabled the country to achieve, but also some new perspectives on Lincoln’s unique relationship with the Declaration of Independence and how he stretched the Constitution almost beyond recognition in his quest to save the Union.  I also explore Lincoln’s personal demons – those who knew him best often described him as the saddest man alive.

The heartbeat of the Andrew Johnson biography is his impeachment, the first for an American President in our history, whose precedents had a direct bearing on the most recent presidential impeachments that played out before our eyes.

Understanding the first half of the life of Ulysses Grant makes it hard to imagine that he would have risen to prominence during the nation’s greatest peril, both on the battlefield and in the White House.  But his heroic brand of leadership and tenacity came through at just the right time for a nation that needed it to survive.

Rutherford Hayes may have been the kindest person ever to serve as President of the United States, but he also made arguably the most fateful decision of any American President when he agreed to end Reconstruction.  The lives of Southern Blacks were devastated by this decision, which persevered through generation after generation for nearly 100 years.

James Garfield lived the American Dream, coming from the one-room log cabin on the American frontier, benefitting from an education, to become a politician, military officer, and a dark horse President of the United States.  The story of his rise is an “only in America” tale.  And yet, the 200 days he spent as President were the worst of his entire life, including the last 80 where he fought unsuccessfully for his life after being gunned down in a DC railroad station. 


What inspired the idea for your book series?

I’ve been a presidential enthusiast most of my adult life.  I have built one of the most comprehensive collections of first edition presidential biographies (more than 1,100 books in the collection), and have read more than 200 of them.  I’ve gotten to know these people – their trials and triumphs – and felt like I had stories to tell that people would find interesting and compelling, along with the perspective that comes from understanding the path of all these people, whose lives often intersect, personally, politically, and ideologically.

The gap I’ve always perceived in the market for presidential biographies is in the sweet spot of full and robust renderings, but in a concise format.  In other words, while I will always enjoy the 800+ page individual portrayals of our Presidents (a la, Chernow, McCullough, or Meacham), many people who may be interested in these subjects simply don’t have the time or patience to work their way through such tomes.  At the same time, we’ve seen an increase in super short Wikipedia-like biographies (think “hourly history”) that simply skim the surface.  There isn’t much in the middle that identify the most important and relevant stories from each of these lives, but told in a robust manner.  My target is about 150 pages per biography (perhaps 40,000 words or so).  I sell these as individual e-Books, but offer them in groups of five in the printed volumes.  I truly believe this “robust yet concise” form of presidential biographies is a gap in the market that deserves to be explored.


How did you come up with the ideas in Presidential Chronicles Volume IV?

My biographies are based on my reading from my personal collection of more than 1,100 first edition presidential biographies.  For each President, I basically keep reading (researching) until I feel I have a complete grasp of these people and their stories – to the point where I can not only convey what they did, but also why they did it, and the impact of their actions (on them and their country).  I always seek a mixture of perspectives in my research, including modern biographies as well as contemporary works written nearer to the lifetime of the subject.  I look for sympathetic biographies, as well as oppositional ones – again seeking a 360 degree view of my subject.  Once I feel I have this full view, as captured in my detailed notes, I start writing.


What part of the book did you have the hardest time writing?

Writing about slavery (and, in the case of Volume IV, also civil rights in the post-Civil War Reconstruction era) is always the hardest thing to do when discussing American history.  Even the language used is often challenging when discussing that portion of our history.  It is nearly impossible to relate to the evils of that practice, and yet, as a historian, it is necessary to acknowledge and understand the practice of slavery from the views of the times in which it existed, rather than overly-imposing 21st Century perspectives on the practice.  Understanding why these people – these Americans – did what they did in the context of their times is emotionally and intellectually the most difficult part of telling the stories of American history.


Can you tell us a little about your background?

I live in Bethesda, MD, just outside Washington, D.C.  I came here from Silicon Valley with my family nearly two decades ago to work in the Federal government.  I served in senior executive positions at the Department of Defense, the Government Accountability Office (Chief Financial Officer), and the Internal Revenue Service (Chief Risk Officer).  I left the Federal service after about 10 years, and have been working as a Partner in one of the large Consulting Firms as an expect in risk management.  I started writing “on the side,” but it has taken on much more prominence in my life over the past several years, to the point where I went part-time in my consulting work about two years ago to focus more and more on my books and videos.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

Probably the best place would be my website (www.presidentialchronicles.com).

While it may not be directly relevant, you’ll noticed I mentioned “videos” in a couple of places in these responses.  At the beginning of 2022, I launched a companion series of Presidential Chronicles on YouTube.  I’m taking the stories from each of these 25 biographies and breaking them down into ten episodes per President, each about 10-12 minutes in duration, to provide yet another medium to render these presidential stories.  I post a new video each weekday, which will eventually encompass 250 episodes this year, which will take us right up to the end of the year.



Where You Are & How To Get There (Author Interview)



Where You Are & How To Get There looks like an exciting self-help guide.  Can you tell us a little about it?

We lived in a solutions-based world. What I mean is, we live in a world where we are marketed solutions to problems we didn’t know we had, or we don’t have, but now I am thinking about this non-problem and I should buy the thing.

There is so much out there bidding us to “come and see” with a seemingly endless amount of choices to fill our time and minds.

I used to get stuck, unable to determine, what I should do, or where I should go.

As a leader in various local contexts, I have participated in numerous conversations with people asking the big questions of life. They felt stuck spiritually, stuck in their relationships, stuck with the version of themselves they don’t like, and stuck in their sense of purpose and meaning.

I wrote this book for me, for them.

Whenever we use Maps or a GPS on a journey, the destination is one part of the equation. The route is determined by our starting point.

Determining where we are, right now, is a journey in  and of itself. Upon discovering where we are, I believe, we will be able to make more intentional decisions on what to do, next.


Any plans to turn it into a series?

In short, kind of. There are some spin-off ideas I want to develop in shorter formats, 50-80 page books, instead of 160+ pages. Unpack singular ideas in a longer—yet short—format.


What inspired you when writing Where You Are & How To Get There?

All of the people I have engaged with, observed, or followed. I want to help people live the kind of life-story they’re proud of reading.


What will readers get out of your book?

A renewed sense of hope about “what’s next” in their lives.


When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

It was in High School. My favorite class was Creative Writing. I wrote for the school newspaper too!


What part of the book was the most fun to write?

Probably, “But First, A Story.”

I retold an ancient parable that impacted me years ago—and in many ways, it still does.


What inspired the idea for your book?

The consistency of conversations with people throughout the years around the topic of experience, purpose, and meaning.


What was your hardest scene/section to write, and why?

Really, the first two-thirds of the book was a challenge. We all have our own worldviews, our own journeys. Our worldviews influence what we believe and do. I wanted to write in such a way that I honored where people are, regardless of their worldview. I think I found some common ground without coming across as heavily bias about my personal beliefs and experiences.


How did you come up with the title for your book?

The point of the book is to discover where you are, right now. How does a person get to “here?” These were some of the thoughts I had, which led me to “Where You Are & How To Get There.”


What motivated you to become a writer?

The best way I can describe it is, “the have-to.” There’s a scene in the movie “Rookie of the Year” where the older player tells 12-year Henry about the will to do the work comes from the “have-to.” Henry looked confused and asked, “the have-what?”

“The have-to,” the thing inside willing us to do the thing.

I write, because, well, I have to. I don’t know how else to explain it. :D


What part of the book did you have the hardest time writing?

The first two-thirds. See above question.


What do you like to do when not writing?

Hang with my kids. Catch up on shows. Meet with people. Read. Play golf.


Can you tell us a little about your background?

I am the oldest of 5 kids. We came from a rough family life. My mother tried to do her best. The older I get, the older my kids get, the more I realize how hard my mom had, and how against all odds, she never quit. I inherited some of that drive. I am grateful for it. I played sports, it taught me grit. I went to college and graduate school, which ultimately taught me how to learn. My passion is how I can best serve others. I have lived this out as a teacher, coach, pastor, writer, husband, father, and friend.



Where can readers find out more about your work?


Find me at nolanrecker.com, Facebook, Insta, Twitter, and TikTok. Search for me by name. There is one, maybe two Nolan Reckers on the Internet. Only one of us is an author.




Barefoot in the Boardroom (Author Interview)



Barefoot in the Boardroom looks like a great business guide.  Can you tell us a little about it?

Barefoot In the Boardroom is a practical change management manual for executives looking for a proven methodology that can break down a huge vision into manageable chunks. The proactive measures and techniques outlined will equip business professionals to expand their leadership skills while simultaneously encouraging the growth of others. Barefoot In the Boardroom will scale an organization, team, or department to not only identify the right strategic initiatives but to execute those initiatives and sustain success.

Each chapter offers clarity for strategic initiatives, key objectives, operational tactics, and measurable outcomes that encourages leaders to implement change and innovation in order to sustain professional longevity.


Any plans to turn it into a series?

Not at this time.


How long did it take you to write Barefoot in the Boardroom?

The idea for the title was sparked on 4/30/17. However, I did not start writing it until 2020. It took about 6 months to finalize the manuscript. 


What will readers get out of your book?

Here are some of the key takeaways from the book:

       Offers a proven change management strategy with detailed tactics and metrics that aid in leading your organization or department through change effectively

       Contains the author’s over 17 years of leadership experience and a proven track record of developing and implementing operational strategies and technologies that creatively enhance the customer experience while supporting key business initiatives

       Includes signature “BAREFOOT Method®” for effective change management and “Exposeyour™” Leadership Capacity for preparing resources to successfully manage the change

       Features measurement tools, assessments, and links to downloadable content that can be easily applied for quick wins

       Highlights strategies for leveraging the employee experience to improve the customer experience

       Teaches talent optimization techniques that help leaders get the right people in the right seat to achieve the right result

       Pairs well alongside strategic planning initiatives to help break a large vision into manageable, trackable steps


When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

I have loved to write since childhood.


What inspired the idea for your book?

My leadership journey inspired this book. Throughout my career, every time I hit a roadblock or experienced extreme frustration, it was directly related to my need to step outside of my comfort zone and grow as a leader. Working in many fast paced and innovative environments, the only way to sustain success was to innovate as a leader and set up the right measurements to track progress.  Many times, in order to get results I felt I had to be the one to “go against the grain” or challenge cultural norms to scale for the organizational growth. I realized that all successful companies have a BIG vision and the only way to achieve that vision was to have the right people in the right seats to get the desired results. I also noticed that some of the resistance to the change needed to achieve these BIG goals was because of lack of communication and ultimately impacted customers in a negative way. Through my experience and the experience of other leaders and mentors around me, I developed the BAREFOOT Method®.


How did you come up with the title for your book?

The title, “Barefoot In the Boardroom” is the brainchild from a day I had to make the decision to remove my shoes just before a corporate presentation I was scheduled to deliver. Due to the excruciating pain my feet were in from walking in high heels all day, I decided the only way I could successfully share the strategies and insights without distractions was to be barefoot. One of the VP’s looked at me and said, “Hmm. You are barefoot in the boardroom. That is a book title.” He did not know it at the time, and neither did I, but he inspired this book title. Years later, after working to help many organizations navigate change, I reflected on that moment and realized the correlation. Sometimes in business, pain forces you to do something unorthodox to get the desired result. You cannot be so concerned about people looking at you or wondering why you’ve “stepped out of the box” that you forfeit the desired result. 


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Barefoot in the Boardroom?

Not that I can think of. I think I was able to write it easily because it is a topic that I am passionate about and something that I am living out in my day-to-day leadership.


Can you tell us a little about your background?

After working my way up to executive leadership in the corporate space and spending almost 10 years leading in a software startup that experienced 30% growth year over year, I learned how to navigate rapid change.  I am certified as a Change Management Practitioner and Talent Optimization Consultant. As a technology-oriented executive and customer success professional, I have over 17 years of leadership experience and a proven track record of developing and implementing operational strategies and technologies that creatively enhance the customer experience while supporting key business initiatives.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

Visit my website www.sharahutchinson.com




Purposefully Fierce (Author Interview)



Purposefully Fierce looks like a great confidence builder.  Can you tell us a little about it?

It truly is! In the book I talk about Empowering and Restoring with Confidence and Excellence.  The entire book is building confidence encouraging readers to write daily positive affirmations. There is space in the back of the book for the reader to write their own positive affirmations.  There is also a “Decree and Declare” sections throughout the book that they can read daily. Chapter 10 is about confidence, encouraging the reader that validation is not needed from others, and ultimately strive to be the best version of themselves they can be.

What inspired you when writing Purposefully Fierce?

 While writing purposefully Fierce it was truly encouraging and motivating to me. I felt God was working things out in my life and had me face the reality of a few things. I was releasing and putting things in perspective and understanding that I needed to create boundaries in my professional and personal life. I knew that this book would help many, although it addresses women, men would benefit as well. I was inspired to continue writing, and I did not stop at writing the book I went on to create the Affirmation Journal. I have workshops and focus groups that are coming soon. Designing the book cover was truly exciting, I was able to be creative and my vision to life. It was Fierce!

Can you tell us a little about your background?

I am a motivator, entrepreneur, CEO of Ena Danelle LLC, and author.  I am married and between my husband and I we have 5 children. I value my faith, family, and my purpose. From an early age, I always knew my mission was to empower and restore with confidence and excellence.  I have worked in corporate within the IT field for the past 25+ years, and who I am is reflective in my professional life as well.

I have always had a passion for writing since a very young age and love it.  I have written several poems and what I call letters of encouragement.  I had never published any of my work until now, but always knew one day I would.  I have also written programs, re-written plays and really enjoyed expressing myself through words.

What will readers get out of your book?

That they were created with confidence and excellence. Readers will also be motivated to explorer deep within who God has created and predestined them to be.  They will begin to understand who they truly are, and not what others want them to be. The readers will understand the importance of writing their visions and knowing their purpose, setting goals, and reviewing them daily. I encourage the readers to write positive affirmations (21 daily challenge in the book) and decree and declare them daily.  As God give them visions and dreams, they should write them down.  They should know that those visions may be a different purpose for another season. They will be empowered and restored with confidence and excellence.

How did you come up with the ideas in Purposefully Fierce?

 In the early 2000’s I started writing a program centered around “Who Am I” and “Purpose”, however; last year I began to revisit that program. What I called “Project FIERCE” was birthed on May 26th, 2021, at 5:48am, however; the Holy Spirt gave me the name Purposefully Fierce-Taking Back Control”. It was a cool and peaceful morning, as I was sitting on my patio, God revealed it all to me. At the time, I thought I was writing another program or creating a project, but little did I know I would end up writing a book and an affirmation journal.  

Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Purposefully Fierce?

Once I realized the path I was going on with the book, there was a point during this journey when I felt God had gone silent.  I did not know what to write next, but I understood that it would happen in His timing.  It was hard to be still and wait, but I knew that it was essential to do so, because it wasn’t about me.

What do you like to do when not writing?

I help to empower and restore others with confidence and excellence by motivating encouraging them. I volunteer with local organizations, help others with their businesses and bring their visions to light.  I love spending time with my family and friends, traveling, reading, painting and sitting on my patio enjoying nature.

Where can readers find out more about your work?

Readers can find my information about my work on

My website: http://enadanelle.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EnaDanelle/ 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enadanelle/





SOLD OUT SOULS (Author Interview)


Sold Out Souls looks like a great guide.  Can you tell us a little about it?

Since the beginning of the pandemic in 2/2020 I worked at the bedside back in ICU at eight hospitals until 2/2021. I saw what was happening, the death and misery and what wasn’t being done. Our souls were sold out for money. I wrote the text to provide treatment guidelines for prophylactic, early treatment through intensive care, and long haul covid issues including vaccine injuries. My entire goal since releasing the first edition in February 2021 was to keep people out of the hospital with covid and provide guidance to providers for those hospitalized to try something different. Even 2 ½ years later, the same methods and protocols are being used with the same less than desirable results.


How long did it take you to write Sold Out Souls?

I started writing the text in June 2020 (release 2/21) using what I had seen in the hospital, my 15 years ICU experience, 10 years teaching experience, and the teachings of Dr. Peter McCullough MD, Dr. Pierre Kory MD, and the late Dr. Vlad Zelenko MD on what covid is, does and how to prevent and treat it.


What inspired you when writing Sold Out Souls?

I learned what covid did in the body and found treating the issues it causes: inflammation and blood clotting, were left mostly untreated or partially treated post viral illness. Those two things led to the breathing issues that were putting people in hospitals. Early multi drug therapy with or without controversial medications works to treat covid and personally have helped over 1200 people with 100% success rate. I had to get what was in my head out onto paper to share with the masses. Providers use my text on a daily basis to treat covid infections across the globe.


Can you tell us a little about your background?

I started my adulthood with 12 years in the Army as a Tank commander, worked in research and development in aerospace (devices called friendly explosives) and the aftermarket American big twin parts market in research and development making new products. I was always inquisitive and started building and programming computers in the 70’s when starting age 9. At 32 I went back to school and became a nurse. In my 16-year career, I worked full time in ICU (primarily traums – we get the breadth of issues vs specialty) and went to school 12 of those years.  I have earned 5 degrees in nursing. Two associates, a bachelor’s of science, a masters of science as a nurse educator, and a doctor of nursing practice (a clinical doctorate, not solely research- I touch people like physicians, dentists, etc.). I hold licensure as a registered nurse and a nurse practitioner. I have edited textbooks on pharmacology, drug calculations, and physical assessment and examination including national test questions and case studies many providers and nurses use in their education today.


What will readers get out of your book?

Readers will find out what covid it as a two phase illness (viral and then pulmonary/embolic) and how to treat it at every level. I include all the drugs and supplements including dosages. I explain what happens in the body in terms most people can understand and the rationale of why the treatments work. I also include why they sold out our souls with using covid as a tool of nefarious purposes many are still blinded to. There is no conspiracies in the text. All claims are factual, even the predictions that we are now seeing are true. It is not a political text, but it surely is about freedom regardless of your party affiliation. Written by a Native American Disabled Veteran with European blood, for American’s and any others desiring freedom.


How did you come up with the ideas in Sold Out Souls?

The ideas are a culmination of knowledge and experience during my lifetime and first hand front line experience with over 360 covid patients in ICU. I zipped up more body bags than I ever seen in my life and knew that had to be something missing. I sought that out, found others of like mind and we banned together to do so. We have accomplished our task despite our facts, scientifice evidence and real work practical success still being censored and dubbed medical information by people who obstinately refuse to open the cover and read a single word.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Sold Out Souls?

My mind expanded greatly at the lengths that have been gone to in order to make people comply, freely give up basic human and constitutional rights. It was heartbreaking and still is.


What do you like to do when not writing?

I enjoy lecturing and teaching individuals and groups many topics using critical thinking and root cause analysis with a pragmatic solution based approach. We find daily around the globe that what we know or think we know has areas to fill in or in need of updating or correction. Whether is be archeology, bibilical timelines, historical events or current affairs, the truth should be used in such a manner. If it was inaccurate we should bring it to light and let the people decide what they wish to believe, not shove it down their throats and make everyone believe one truth for others gain.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

My linked in page includes my background and work history. My Amazon author page has a biography and videos also.