The Golden Path
   Book 4: THE CHIMES OF RESDORN

"Where are all these people coming from?” This becomes a familiar phrase. No matter. Business is good. Trade is up. Construction is booming. There’s nothing wrong with that, is there? Not until a demand is made that seems too ridiculous to consider. ...read more.

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Kalleni Beyond
   Book 3: THE CHIMES OF RESDORN

**A finalist in the New Mexico Book Awards Contest of 2009**

PIRATES!!

A derelict tale from the past surfaces to ravage trade routes along the Leiknoss and Algoran border killing crews and taking hostage. MEANWHILE - fungus is being shipped from distant places all over the galaxy...why? ...read more.

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The Brenev Conspiracy
   Book 1: THE CHIMES OF RESDORN

**A finalist in the New Mexico Book Awards Contest of 2008**

Resdorn is a planet located on another arm of the Milky Way Galaxy. A naive Dulsena Kalleni is duped into marriage with the Brenev Family whom she finds determined to overthrow the Algoran Federation. ...read more

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The Crystals
   Book 2: THE CHIMES OF RESDORN

**A finalist in the New Mexico Book Awards Contest of 2008**

A blood red crystal... The Black Knights and Narmists are back! Even worse, they are helping Nayland Brenev in another attempt to conquer the Federation...read more.

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WHO'S THE YOU IN THE MIRROR?

**Winner of the Reference Category of the New Mexico Book Awards Contest of 2009**

A Guide to Genealogical Research Procedures.

If you have tried to find out about your family and ended up with a hodgepodge of miscellaneous dates and undecipherable notes, this is the book for you. It is designed to guide both the novice and the experienced researcher...read more.

My Neighbor's Kitchen

My Neighbor's Kitchen was a popular column that appeared in newspapers in Illinois, Indiana and Michigan, with a total readership of approximately 2.5 million. Each one started with a topical essay and segued into a cooking and nutrition column.

A suprise phone call from one of the Indiana editors who carried my column, My Neighbor's Kitchen made my day.

He said, "We did a survey of our ...read more.