Andreas A. Jones is an author, coach, speaker, trainer and facilitator. Serving in the US Army shaped Andreas’s life. It tested him, tested his endurance, faith, and internal fortitude. He describes it as “a trial by fire” and remains profoundly grateful for it.

 Since leaving the Army, Andreas has taken lessons learned there and applied them to his career, continuing to learn new ones. Each new job or new position helped him to grow into the successful individual he is today.

In his coaching and speaking, he shares the core concepts of leadership, integrity, and discipline.

To Love A Stranger
Michael John Wilde

Genre: Thriller, Suspense, and Espionage

Date of Publication: November, 2015

Publisher: Butterfly Tree Press


Pages: 408

Book Blurb:

In 1953 an old spy relates his untold story to a young boy. In 2012, the boy relates their colourful lives to his grandson –lies, treason and death flourish.

In 1953, during Queen Elizabeth’s coronation party a blind soldier cathartically recounts his secret life to a 10 year old boy. In 2011 during another royal wedding, the boy now on last finals decides to unload their mutual life experiences to his only grandson. Both stories run a parallel course; treason, undercover death defying missions, financial corruption, with illegitimate heirs and broken romances running rife through generations of both families. As their stories unfold the closeness of their families develops, both searching the love of lost strangers.

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The Tak tse Profit spent most of life observing conditions, circumstances and people. He spent most of his adult life in service to people known and unknown, considering and noting differing factors in life: both in his and other's. He accepted his commission to share the Philosophy of Etiam Tu: inspired by his young son's convicting of his heart for having given up on mankind.

My interview with Tak tse Profit

He shows people how to develop those traits and use them to execute whatever it is they do with absolute and total excellence and precision. Andreas’s vision is to help men live lives of significance and build their legacies.

Andreas believes each and every person has the ability to create a life full of success and impact. These accomplishments will extend into business, personal, and spiritual life. They require both time and commitment. Every man needs some guidance in learning to improve.  One of Andreas’s greatest joys in life is mentoring with Big Brother Big Sisters and Urban League of Metro Atlanta.

My interview with Andreas A. Jones

Distinguished Men
Andreas A. Jones

Genre: Non Fiction, Business, and Self Help

Date of Publication: November, 2015

ASIN: B01805YR0K

Pages: 102

Format: Ebook

Book Blurb:

The foundation to long-lasting success in business and in life narrows down to one thing…character.  It’s no coincidence the greatest leaders, the “Distinguished Men”, are men of impeccable character…and they rule the world! Throughout this book are powerful animal archetypes, which describe different personalities in terms of animal traits, and may show you a side of yourself that you didn't know. 

'DISTINGUISHED MEN' is packed full of information which cover everything from trust and unconditional love to reconnecting with those you care about, and healing yourself and moving forward. Animals are truly inspirational role models who, when given a chance, can enrich our own appreciation of life and provide us with a thought provoking promise of what is possible.

In this step-by-step book that describes how you can grow in influence, success and significance you will learn how animals have a lot of valuable lessons to teach us. By reading and implementing the information in this book you will begin your amazing journey in growing in influence, significance and success. 

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I traveled extensively learning how they did projects in Brazil, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, UK, India and USA. Next, I gained experience selling risk management benefits to plants.

In this journey starting now, I look forward to write until the sunset of my career.

 Visit my firm, Business Unit Execution LLC on the web to see what I have to offer.

My interview with Suresh R. Iyengar

Sight Lines
Michelle DiCeglio

Genre: Mystery, & Romance

Date of Publication: November, 2015

Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc


Format: Ebook

Pages: 173

Word Count: 61,000

Book Blurb:

While investigating a serial killer in her small town, Detective Lacey Mills meets Alison Rhodes, a potential witness to one of the crimes. But as the murders get more intense, so do Detective Mills’ feelings for Alison—and her suspicions that Ali may be more than just a witness.

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Lora grew up in rural Alabama and developed a fascination with reading and writing imaginative poetry at an early age. She spent so much time reading books her classmates voted her “most likely to become a librarian.” Lora now lives with her family in Birmingham.

My interview with Lora Lye


Dylan Madeley is a Torontonian currently working out of a headquarters in Vaughan, Ontario. He is the copy editor of and a frequent contributor to Auxiliary Magazine, an alternative fashion and music zine. His junior copy editors are two chinchillas named Basil and Liam. His first published novel, The Gift-Knight's Quest.

My interview with Dylan Madeley

Etiam Tu: Eradicating Hatred
Tak Tse Profit

Genre: Non-Fiction, Philosophy, Political and Social Science

Date of Publication: October 15, 2015

Publisher: Xlibris US


Pages: 818

Word Count: 292,703

Book Blurb:

Etiam Tu: Eradicating Hatred is the first installment in the Etiam Tu book series. It is the initial explanation of the philosophy of Etiam Tu as it applies to mankind’s most immediate threat to his continued existence: Hatred. This book seeks to affect change in its readers perception of the actual circumstances that humanity shares.

It identifies the sources of the Hatred we are subjected to, the motivations that create and maintain it, and the numerous forms in which it is manifested. It's goal is to alert its reader and raise their awareness, by thoroughly exploring this multi-faceted threat; examining each form and humanity's role in maintaining their existence. Ultimately, educating each reader in an attempt to enlist their voluntary individual efforts to assist in eradicating this evil from the collective human psyche once and for all: forever.

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The journey of Michael John Wilde is almost as colorful as Jango’s story; having experienced a host of adventures and occupations travelling throughout the world. Michael’s long time love of Africa includes his firsthand knowledge of its beauty as well as its continuing horrors. Jango’s story appeals to those eager to explore the secrets of Africa and the dangers brought about by the evil man-people.
The author has also written a spy thriller: To Love a Stranger.

My interview with John Michael Wilde


Michelle DiCeglio has a bachelor’s degree in Criminology and has been working in corrections and law enforcement for fifteen years. She is the photographer and (sometimes) stage manager for a local theater troupe, and in her spare time she will write and direct short films with her friends. Her photography has been published in newspapers and online magazines/blogs.

Michelle is married, and has two dogs and four cats. She hopes to see her novels turn into a movie or television show one day (Netflix, are you listening?).

My interview with Michelle DiCeglio

The Perfect Black
Chase Green

Genre: Murder Mystery, and Detective Thriller

Date of Publication: November, 2013

Publisher: Coldspring Press


Pages: 250

Book Blurb:

When Special Agent Nadine Munroe receives a bizarre text message urging her to turn to the local news, at first she does not know what to make of it. She obeys and is immediately stunned to find out that a dead body was left on the banks of the Hoover Reservoir.

Next she receives an email from the same source that gives her a detailed description of the victim as well as revealing information that leads Nadine to believe that whoever is sending her the messages, is responsible for the murder.

The women of the prestigious sorority Kappa Beta Zeta are being kidnapped only to be brutally murdered. When tragedy strikes close to home, Agent Munroe will do whatever it takes to stop the vicious psychopath that calls himself Osiris.

Although Nadine is intelligent, strong and highly skilled. Taking down Osiris proves to be one of the most challenging cases she'd ever been assigned to. Also the deadliest.

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A.R Rivera

Metaphysical, Science Fiction, and Literary Fiction

Date of Publication:
June, 2015



Book Blurb:

Its Back To The Future meets Doctor Who in this NEW epic Science Fiction Saga by A.R. Rivera!

Gerry Springer is going to be dead in three weeks. He knows exactly when and where–he’s trying to manipulate the ‘how’.

How to plan every detail of his demise to ensure that Daemon, his nemesis whose acting as Gerry’s personal Angel of Death, doesn’t close-in on his grown son too early. His boy, ‘G’, will need time to understand what has happened and why, time to make the choice Gerry hopes he will make. The one choice that might change everything.

 ‘G’, a 30-something slacker, was named after his father, Gerry Springer. Can you believe it? Who would name their kid Gerry Springer in this day and age? Well, G hates his name for obvious reasons. Less obvious are the reasons he hates his life.

When G is involved in a bus accident with a quasi-dangerous stranger and wakes up in 1996, he’s sure he’s gone bonkers. But then he decides ... maybe not. And if not, then why shouldn’t he try to change his crappy future? The only way G knows to do that is by preventing a horrible tragedy he witnessed as a teenager.

The calamity that befell his family became the catalyst for most of what went wrong throughout his life and if he could stop it ... his dad might never start drinking which means he wouldn’t lose his job and the family wouldn't lose their house. G’s mom would never have that nervous breakdown and leave. His little sister could grow up.

It seems like a solid plan, but life back in good ‘ole predictable 1996 is not exactly as G remembers. Was his dads nose always so big? Was his distant mother ever really that attentive or happy? G is doubting everything he sees as his plans to alter the future unravel.

When the strange man that G recognizes from the bus accident suddenly shows up and helps him out of a jam, G is sure he’s found a new ally, but then he’s never been a very good judge of character.

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How to Become A PMO Director
Suresh R. Iyengar

Genre: Non Fiction, Business, and How to

Date of Publication: October, 2015


Format: Ebook

Book Blurb:

This ebook aims to highlight functions of a Program Management Office (pmo) Director. It is a collection of articles. Your path to becoming a Program Management Office (pmo) director starts with understanding the work of a pmo director.


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The Guest-Knight’s Quest
Dylan Madeley

Genre: Fantasy, and Historical

Date of Publication: March, 2015

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd


Pages: 288

Book Blurb:

“Chandra had yet to fathom why Jonnecht could not have lived and ruled for many long years, or why it was so urgent that she ascend immediately.”

Chandra never asked to rule Kensrik, but fate took a strange course. Known as a usurper and sorceress by most and traumatised by all that has transpired, she is forced to make use of the few loyal allies she has in order to hold together her restless empire. In an attempt to identify and defeat the conspirators who inadvertently landed her in power, Chandra risks putting the lives of many in mortal danger, as well as her own.
Derek is an aimless wanderer – the youngest in a lineage that has long fallen from nobility. He finds himself summoned by tradition to serve a family historically considered his bitter enemy. As he journeys down the same path a fateful ancestor once travelled, he struggles with personal demons and begins to reconsider his loyalty to the mission.

Duke Lenn found one true cause in love and it cost him everything. His legacy shaped the present in which Chandra and Derek find themselves. Now their choice will shape the future of Kensrik...

The Gift-Knight’s Quest is set in a new and vividly imagined world, written with delicate prose that will allow the reader to explore with their imagination. Inspired by authors such as Michael Moorcock, J. G. Ballard and Roger Zelazny, it will appeal to fans of fantasy and historical fiction.

Available at Amazon and Troubador
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Jango and the Evil-Man People

Michael John Wilde

Genre: Children’s Book, and

Date of Publication: October, 2015

Publisher: Butterfly Tree Press


ISBN: 978-0996061599

Pages: 132

Book Blurb:

A baby elephant named Jango lives in Kenya with his family. While seeking adventure, he cycles his two-wheeler into the bush becoming lost and then badly injured by stampeding wildebeest.  He's taken to an orphanage where he meets Whisper, a young lion.  The two friends escape and meet a bull elephant and a chimpanzee as they evade poachers. On their adventure, they jump a freight train heading south to Cape Town, home of Rendell’s circus. The new cycling act becomes an instant worldwide sensation -- but Jango's fame sparks evil intentions from across the world.  Men determined to capture Jango for their evil gains.

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Chase Green published his debut book The Perfect Black in 2013 with Coldspring Press publishing house. He writes mystery, thriller, and American crime books. His largest author influences are Thomas Harris, and Stieg Larsson. Both of these authors write with a dark tone which Chase Green’s mimics in his books. When he is not writing Chase cooks, utilizes his computer programing skills, and films productions.

My interview with Chase Green

No Such Things as Monsters
Lora Lye

Genre: Children’s Picture Book

Date of Publication: November, 2015

Publisher: Createspace



Book Blurb:

School starts tomorrow and Jade needs her rest. She's all tucked in but after mommy turns off the light Jade begins to get scared. Is it just her imagination or are monsters hiding in the dark? Mommy says there’s no such thing! But if monsters are real can Mommy’s special rhyme help keep her safe? Featuring rhyming text and vibrant child-friendly illustrations, this story about a frightened little girl who can’t get to sleep is sure to charm toddlers and parents alike.

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The journey of Michael John Wilde is almost as colorful as Jango’s story; having experienced a host of adventures and occupations travelling throughout the world. Michael’s long time love of Africa includes his firsthand knowledge of its beauty as well as its continuing horrors. Jango’s story appeals to those eager to explore the secrets of Africa and the dangers brought about by the evil man-people.
The author has also written a spy thriller: To Love a Stranger.

My interview with John Michael Wilde


I'd describe myself as a management consultant interested in sharing my learning and work experiences.

I passionately learned over my 20-year career. Over time, I picked up learning speed. I built trust with my colleagues and customers. I learned quickly that products need market appeal that every plan needs to be specific enough to yield results that we need the right people match the work.

I like being practical. I had to discover patterns when something happened on projects. It helped me predict the future for actions I took that day.


A.R. Rivera uses her assumed talents to write her Savor The Days series (women’s fiction) as well as her latest endeavor into the world of Sci-Fi, Inertia, Book 1 of The Threestone Trilogy. 

She is a wife and mother, a firm believer in the run-on sentence, and also holds a deep devotion to the use of commas. And she loves starting sentences with coordinating conjunctions. If that bothers any of the grammar hounds out there, feel free to tell her all about it via her blog, authorarrivera.com.

My interview with A.R Rivera