Twenty years after he left the White House, the 33rd President of the U.S. speaks about the events that led to his presidency and of difficult decisions made during his tenure. Editor, novelist and WW II correspondent Merle Miller transcribes hundreds of hours of conversations into this biography.
The first in a series of interviews with current and former flight attendants, these are memories of life at 35,000 feet.
James Armstrong, Professor of Ethics at Rollins College, former Methodist Bishop, and former President of the National Council of Churches writes insightful words certain to inspire.
This non-fiction story of the self-destruction of Braniff International Airlines takes the reader into corporate boardrooms behind the scenes of managerial and policy decisions that doomed the vibrant, pace-setting major carrier after fifty years of flying.
Fantasy fiction can be fun even when it involves murder. Nick P.T. Barnum, a crime solving private detective, works his magic to solve this case involving drugs, murder, revenge and copy-cat killers.
For nearly three decades, Racer X competed in sportsman-class racing events at drag racing strips in Texas. This is the story behind amateur racer 454X's first race car buildout.
There are over 3,000 species of cicadas from annuals to periodicals which emerge every 13 or 17 years. These flying insects are harmless but arrive in droves with a loud, resonating song.
One quick turn of the wheel and the car would careen off the side of the mountain. But if she stayed the course, she would have regrets the rest of her life.
Author, Stephen King, known for his many horror, suspense, science fiction and fantasy best-sellers, shares in this memoir a collection of personal stories along with tips from successful writing practices.
With self publishing on the rise, writers are looking for a quick and easy reference for formatting a book for publication. Described in these five books, you'll find basic guidelines for each section of a book along with its proper location and order.
Lieutenant Joe Kenda spent more than two decades working for the Colorado Springs Police Department fighting crime and solving homicide cases. His novel tells how he became a detective, the effects the job had on his family and details some of the crimes he investigated.
The Carriage Driver is a collection of stories in which the afterlife allows the dearly departed the option to fulfill their desires and wishes and begin eternity in a destination of their choice.
This is a true account as told by Don Piper who suffered a devastating car wreck with massive injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. During those 90 minutes without a pulse, he says he traveled to heaven.
Follow the trail of four canines on a dangerous journey that crosses paths with a drifter looking for his dream. His travels take him back to his long-lost love who's in a dangerous liaison with a self-serving criminal. Published on Amazon this is the opening chapter of "Looking For Home," a novel.
Finding that perfect gift for a senior or a friend confined to a nursing home can be challenging. Here are some ideas of things they will use and appreciate.
People continue to shop in retail stores despite the ease of internet purchasing. Here are a few things salespeople do that help run customers out of your store.
The Strangest Secret is revealed in the pages of this easy to read and highly beneficial small book of hope. Linda Compton explains how she made the journey from bitterness to joy and how we can too.
Much is said in today's political arena about the cost of housing refugees from other countries. What are the costs to taxpayers in terms of medical, educational, housing and other related costs?
In the new Presidency, many of the past policies will play a part going forward. A review of intervention expense in other countries explains much of the national debt now standing at $18.8 Trillion.
Some books have incredible appeal and others don't. After reading a dozen novels by Lee Child with Jack Reacher as the main character, I've discovered some clues to explain the phenomenon.
Beyond political scandals and shocking headlines, the ways in which your tax dollars are being spent are disturbing.
Exploring historic places takes me back to our family traveling the U.S. by car moving to a new town or just visiting relatives. We stopped at highway markers, museums and anywhere else that was free.
From time to time, each of us wonders what might have been had romantic interest in someone panned out rather than fizzled out. When they return from the past, anything can happen.
Millionaires will tell you to work harder on yourself than you do on your job. How does that pay off? Try these proven ways to increase your salary at work. They worked for me.
This collection of short stories offers glimpses into the transition process after death. Author Mike Friedman is a winner of Best Fiction Writer Award multiple times on HubPages.
The day I ran out of gas on the way to the airport was one I'll never forget.
Things that go on behind the scenes in hair salons might raise your eyebrows, but attending beauty school might make the eyebrows disappear entirely.
What if an alien invasion is the reason for the political and social unrest we're seeing? Author Stephenie Meyer provides a scenario of possibilities, however remote, that may reveal the current media trend of disinformation.
Coming up with fresh, new ideas for that special day of marriage may include some non traditional things. Modern weddings combine something old and something new with flavor.
Making this practical gift for someone who depends on a walker takes a bit of sewing skill, patience and time, but the end result will bring a smile to the user.
What happens when a company decides to pay everyone the same salary no matter what job they perform? Does this increase productivity and motivate employees? What do you think?
Do you know the signs that you're about to be fired? These real world clues may give you a hint that your job is in jeopardy.
Basic duties of a cashier are to greet customers, ring up merchandise, bag the items, take the customer's payment and thank them for their business. What training or skills are needed?
How did cashiers know how much change to give back before computers? They counted it back by hand. This tutorial makes it easy to give back the right amount of change.
Cookie suffers the symptoms of this debilitating disease that affects canines, felines, horses and humans. Described are symptoms and treatment options for dogs.
When it comes to last minute decisions about health care make sure your personal wishes are known ahead of time. This true story shines a light on why.
Stretch the food budget with this simple egg based recipe using leftovers and standard pantry items. Great meal any time of the day.
Casseroles are an ideal way to stretch food budget dollars. A package of lasagna noodles, Ricotta, Mozzarella cheese and marinara sauce makes into a filling dish for a hearty family meal. Here's how.
When injury, illness or aging limits your dog's ability to walk, you can help them get back on their feet with basic sewing skills and a T-shirt. Or make one from a canvas bag with no sewing at all.
Sometimes things don't go as planned in the dating world. The following situations are true. Only the names have been changed to protect the guilty.
Would you want to buy a house that was once the scene of a grisly crime? How would you know?
Identity theft happens to other people, right? Not true. This is what happened when I posted the wrong picture online.
Finding the right present for a nursing home resident can be challenging. Here are ten or more low cost ideas that are certain to enchant your favorite senior.
This educational and uplifting book follows Doctor Ben Carson's rise from poverty to his fame as a world-renowned neurosurgeon. Raised by a single mother, the success of Carson's achievement stemmed from one specific practice his mother taught him.
We started getting involved in the emu business as a result of our search for financial independence.
People decide to make a change because they're inspired to achieve more or they're desperate to improve their situation. Author, Jim Rohn, shares insight on how to make changes that work.
What are the ideal values to seek out when choosing political candidates? Here is one author's viewpoint examining one candidate from the past.
Enjoy the rich flavor of pecans and coconut in this moist cake topped with real homemade cream cheese icing. This step by step recipe with photos shows you how to make this yourself.
Winter days call for hot steamy bowls of homemade soup or chili. Top those hearty warming dishes with bread sticks made from refrigerator biscuits from the oven to the table in minutes. Here's how.
Making a pie crust from scratch is fun, economical and easy. It reminds me of playing with modeling clay as a youth. Follow these simple instructions, and you'll be surprised at the great results.
Homemade banana pudding wrapped in a flaky pie crust is a dessert my family often requests, holiday or not. This simple recipe is tried and true and tastes far superior to any box pudding mix.
The sale of T-shirts is a multi-billion dollar industry. Along with their popularity as a wardrobe staple comes the inevitable task of laundering. Here are a few quick tips for storage and care.
What happens when pain is treated with pain medication over a long period of time? The pain diminishes for a while but the root cause remains.
This cake is extra rich with crushed pineapple, shredded carrots, shredded coconut and fresh pecans. It's one of our family's favorite desserts.
The versatile egg can be boiled, poached, fried, scrambled, made into a quiche or a cake and more. Here you'll find some time-tested secrets for making eggs come out great.
This easy recipe uses one ripe avocado, a tomato, a boiled egg and a bit of pickle relish. Top this with some chopped pecans, a spoonful of lemon juice and salad dressing and it's ready to eat.
Someone was actually paying me to drive them around Downtown Dallas in a brand new Cadillac. What could possibly go wrong?
Former President of the National Council of Churches and well sought after speaker, Dr. James Armstrong explains ways in which changing our lives can change our outcomes and our futures.
When the manager of a nightclub disappears overnight rumors of missing cash send its bookkeeper to the center of suspicion. Chapter 1 of my first novel.
Cooking fresh broccoli takes only minutes using a metal steamer and the taste, texture and nutritional value is well worth the time invested.
What if that tree you bought at the flea market turned out to be an invasive species? Here's how to find out. A true story with an original poem.
There is treasure to be found at the Salvation Army Thrift Store, Goodwill Industries and other resale stores if you know what to look for.
What does it take to be successful in today's competitive work environment? These few ideas helped triple my income.
When an emergency arises requiring admission to a hospital, one of the first questions paramedics ask is, "Which hospital would you like to go to?" How do you choose?
Looking to move out of retail into an office job? What do they look for in a prospective candidate? Do have what they want? Real life examples from a placement director.
Traveling in the days of the fifties was mostly by automobile with the radio playing our favorite popular tunes. Just a few notes of those old songs can bring memories flooding back.
Our thoughts of living out in the country was only a dream until we took action. After we wrote down our goals and posted them on the refrigerator things began to happen.
When harvest brings in the butternut squash, it's time fire up the oven and bake this delicious vegetable in pies or serve it as a simple, nutritious side dish.
Getting kids to eat vegetables is easy when it's made into dessert. My young son always asked for seconds of this delicious pie.
The sixties was a world far different than kids experience these days. Share a bit of nostalgia with me as we travel back in time.
There were many advantages to living in the Florida Keys as a child. One activity we shared as a family was salt-water fishing in the Atlantic Ocean.
The key to success in canning food at home is knowing which foods are safe to preserve and which are not. Choosing the wrong method and using improper techniques can be deadly.
Getting information for official military records is simple using online tools. By providing a little info about your veteran you can discover fascinating details contained in their service records.
Former Bishop James Armstrong shares his memoirs about family, his tenure in the ministry, and the circumstances that led him to resign as President of the National Council of Churches.
This recipe has been great over the years to use up bananas that get too ripe for eating. It remains a family favorite that makes a delicious gift at the holidays or anytime.
Before graduation, Flight Attendant students were required to work an actual flight with real passengers. Sometimes we hit a bump in the air.
Worker's compensation is designed to provide medical coverage when an employee is injured on the job. But what happens years later when the injury worsens and the worker has a different employer?
A former flight attendant shares the inside scoop about practical jokes and on-the-job training for the airlines.
Hives can be a reaction to many different things including stress. When they show up, it's often unexpected and definitely uncomfortable.
When a summons to serve on a jury arrives in the mail, it generates different reactions.
Pan-seared chicken, served with a side vegetable and rice, is one of our family favorites. This economical meal of comfort food is hearty, quick and delicious. Make this recipe in 30 minutes or less.
Our puppy developed a common health condition that could have been fatal if not treated. Here are some of the signs and symptoms lading to an operation that saved his life.
Whenever a member of our family had a stomach ache, we used this common product found in our medicine cabinet. When supplies ran low, we'd go to the corner store to fetch a refill.
He was a collector of things: cars, jets, musical instruments, fame. His home at Graceland reveals his personal taste in furnishings and his love for the unusual and unique. But what about the man?
Enlisting in the United States Navy during World War II was a patriotic, yet dangerous option for teenagers in the nineteen-forties who felt the need to serve our country.
Often, one small event is enough to change the direction of our lives. One phone call, made while on vacation in Texas, was instrumental in changing my career path and fulfilling a lifetime dream.
One stop at the animal shelter would change our lives for the next fourteen years. This poem is a tribute to our all our rescued dogs and the joy they bring.
Changing the way that we think can change our lives for the better. How to begin? Start during the daily commute to work.
For motor sports enthusiasts who love the thrill of speed, competition and precision, drag racing has it all. Share the experience here and learn the basics of how it works.