22 July, 2016

The Conscious Enterpreneur by Laura C Canon - Book Spot Light

Book Description:

In this profound introduction to conscious entrepreneurship, author and business coach Laura C. Cannon teaches you how to harness your unique gifts and the power of your own consciousness to maximize your satisfaction - and deepen your enjoyment - of your business and your life. Grounded in research from the fields of modern psychology, eastern philosophy, and personal development, this book explains six core principles necessary for radical, transformational change - personally and professionally.


By teaching you to use your business as the vehicle for your personal growth, The Conscious Entrepreneur delivers timeless wisdom and practical exercises to help you think, act, and live the path to your highest potential - without adding to your already-packed schedule. Forget work-life balance, get ready to shift into work-life integration for more happiness, stronger relationships, and a higher return on your investment in every sense of the word.

Get Laura C. Cannon’s free new video and workbook.

Buy the Book: Amazon ~ Author Website

Author's Bio:

Laura C. Cannon is an entrepreneur, speaker, author, and coach with a deep passion for bridging the worlds of spirituality and business. In her new book, The Conscious Entrepreneur, Laura showcases a collection of practices and perspectives for entrepreneurs and business-people to change their relationship with their working life.

A member of the prestigious National Speaker's Association with more than 15 years of experience as a professional public speaker, Laura has a knack for delivering engaging and informative presentations. She's spoken to groups ranging from 12 to 1200 on a wide range of topics, from office productivity to motivation and empowerment to mindfulness and meditation. Her true passion as an author and speaker lies in bridging the gap between business and spirituality, finding practical, down-to-earth applications for timeless universal wisdom. She has been a guest speaker for colleges, civic organizations, businesses, and associations.

Laura holds a B.S. from Towson University and an M.A. in Human Sciences (Psychology) from Hood College with a specialization in Thanatology and Grief Counseling. A lover of all things that blend the practical and the spiritual, Laura is also a 200hr RYT yoga and meditation instructor.

Connect with the author: Website ~ Twitter ~ Facebook ~ Pinterest ~ Instagram

Until next time,








20 July, 2016

5 tips to manage fussy eating kids #WritingWednesdays

Fussy, choosy or picky, whatever the name you choose, this is a dreaded word for parents. Feeding kids is a big problem to parents.

Is it a problem with this generation itself ? Or toddlers love play over food?
Did you observe? Toddlers pop everything in their mouth, be it a toy or food that's spilled on the floor but they are not interested in the food served on their plate.

I think, half of my parenting time went on trying different things my kids love to eat and feeding them. I am talking about kids below 3 years of age. I hope, things will get better in future. My both kids are fussy eaters from one and half  years of their age. It was so easy to feed milk and cereal then ☺

I found that the lack of interest in their food is directly proportional to their increased interest in physical play, toys, videos and learning new words and new  skills. Their inclination towards other things is making them less interested in food. They want to eat very less and go back to play. Whatever may be the reason, here are the 5 tips which helped me to be sane while feeding them.

1. Maintaining same meal times every day
This helped me a lot. Breakfast between 8 to 9, lunch between 12 to 1, snacks at 5 and dinner between 8 to 9 pm. I found this to be the best timing that works. By making them eat at the same time every day helped me to feed them quick. It's taking more time to feed them after the set timings with added crankiness due to hunger.

2. Feeding more fruits and encouraging them to drink more water
Water melon, strawberries, and oranges increase appetite and make them feel more hungry by meal time. The increase in water intake also helps a lot. This also keeps constipation at bay, which is the main reason for low appetite.

3. Introducing different food varieties between 6 months to one and half year age
This is very important. If we don't introduce all types of foods at an early age, there is very less probability of them eating all varieties as they grow up.  Please note allergies for specific food if they have and try new food at least 3 times within a few days gap in small quantities even if kid rejects it.

4. Not force feeding
This is not as easy as said. If kid rejects to eat at least 1/4th plate per meal, what will the poor parents do? If not force feeding, the only other option left is giving a gap and trying after some time or trying some other food variety altogether. The most difficult thing here is not losing sanity and having patience. Making their meal time enjoyable is also another part. Dining together as family, reading story books while feeding might help.

5. Giving them proper exercise
Kids should be encouraged to play a long time so that they feel hungry. If they play whole day sitting with toys or watching videos, how will they feel hungry? They should walk, run and play outside. With tab, laptop and smart phones in every home, we are not realizing the importance of physical play. Parents should spend more time with kids taking them to a park or a play area and encourage the kids for free play.

These are some tips which might help to an extent though every child is different and their appetites may vary. There are other tips too which I will share in my future posts. 

Any tips that you follow to feed picky toddlers? Please do share in comments. Also, let me know if any of my tips work for you.

Until next time,


Linking this to Writing Wednesdays hosted by Write Tribe.


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19 July, 2016

The Great Disneyland Scavenger Hunt - A guest post

Book Description:

See the enchantment of the Disneyland resort in a whole new way with "The Great Disneyland Scavenger Hunt." From Main Street U.S.A. to New Orleans Square, Walt Disney lovingly designed every detail to immerse guests in the magic of his theme parks.

See Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure through new eyes when you discover fantasy, thrills, and dreams around every turn. Whether you’re perusing the shops, waiting in line, or riding attractions, there’s plenty to uncover for even the most knowledgeable Disney fan.

If this is your first visit or your five hundredth, you will discover something new with "The Great Disneyland Scavenger Hunt."

Buy the Book: Amazon ~ Books-a-Million ~ Barnes & Noble ~ Powell's Books ~ Chapters.Indigo.ca


Author's Bio:

Catherine Olen has enjoyed a love affair with the magic of the Disney theme parks for as long as she can remember, counting herself among Disneyland passholders for the last twenty-five years. Previously, Olen owned and operated Hollywood Grave Hunter and is the proud author of The Final Curtain: Celebrity Deaths and The Upside of Undertaking, chronicling her previous career experiences. She has been a correspondent to Entertainment Tonight (US and France), The Biography Channel, Reelz Network, and the Mark & Brian radio show.

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Guest Post:

Recently I was asked, “What would you say is the funniest experience you have had in writing The Great Disneyland Scavenger Hunt?”

After giving it some serious thought, well, as serious as I ever am….I could not come up with a funny moment but rather came to the realization of how fun my life has been writing this book. I continually enjoy the rides, shows and attractions, but there is one aspect of my life visiting Disneyland that I enjoy more than anything else.

Engaging guests to become present during their time at the theme parks is one of my private joys. So often I have witnessed families that forget they are visiting the happiest place on earth. The frustrations of the day start to overwhelm anyone. Heat, long lines, crying children can distract from the magic of Disneyland. More often it is the crowds themselves that offer tremendous stress on even the happiest day at Disneyland. At some point, guests will fall into line with others without even knowing what attraction they are waiting for.

How do I fit in? Here are just a few of my favorite moments helping people find the joy again.
On one particular day I watched a family having a bad day. Mom and dad were frustrated, the kids were hot and they had forgotten their purpose for the vacation. As someone not involved in the moment I gentle walked up and said, “You spent thousands of dollars to come here, remember to have fun.” It was then I visible saw the shift from anger to realization. “Thank you” was all the father said to me and hugged his wife.

Another aspect of theme park life is watching guest fall into a line even though they may not know what attraction people are waiting for. In my pin trading days, we would line up to purchase a limited edition item first thing on a Sunday morning. When other guest would get in line and ask, “What ride are you in line for?”

My response would be, “This is not a ride, it’s soft taco Sunday.” So often, the guest will thank me and begin to walk away. They take just a few steps and I can visibly see the wheels in their head turning as they realize what has been said. Usually I will answer their stare with a small mile to let them know I am playing and mean no harm.

Writing The Great Disneyland Scavenger Hunt was another way for me to engage the guests to be present on their adventures at Disneyland, to enjoy the moments that are so important when the children are little. Walt Disney’s vision to have parents and children interact to form memories that would last a lifetime still lives in Disneyland to this day and I hope I have added to that joy with this book.

Interacting with cast members has become another important part of my day when visiting Disneyland. I have formed many friendships over the years and love to tease with cast members when they working.

“Excuse me, can you help me find the line for Daffy Duck?” I asked a manager. I caught the visible moment when before he spoke when he realized I what had been said. With a cheeky smile I apologized and let him know I was just entertaining myself.

It is with an air of fun, never malice that I love to engage people, it adds to my fun and hopefully give a little laugh to others during their time. 

Until next time,








The Empty Room by Sarah Clemens- [Book Review]

Mystery/Romance

Date Published: July 23, 2016

Publisher: Off the Page Publishing

Source: A free e-review copy from the author through ReadingAddiction Virtual tours 




Blurb:

The small town of Eastbrook, Maine seemed like the kind of close-knit community where newlyweds Dean and Elizabeth Montgomery could begin their lives together, and the 1930s Victorian seemed like the house they’d always dreamed of owning. The only condition for purchasing the property was that it was sold in “as-is” condition. But when the couple arrives in Eastbrook, they receive anything but a warm welcome from the local residents. And when they realize that as-is condition meant that the previous owner of the house had left every worldly possession behind, the dream of the small town life starts to take a mysterious turn. Day after day, Dean and Elizabeth uncover more truths than they could have ever imagined, or ever wanted to know about the secrets that were hidden in the small town of Eastbrook. And as neighbors become growingly hostile with every encounter, this young couple searches furiously to uncover what the residents are trying to hide. But what they find instead is that the home they thought they were getting a good deal on has a much higher price than they could have ever known, and that some secrets are better off hidden.

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My Review:


The story is about a newly wed couple Dean and Elizabeth moving to a remote town Eastbrook which didn't see any visitors from last 4 years.  The hostile behavior of neighbors and people in the town seems strange. Meanwhile, they find a dead body inside the house in an empty room . With no one to help, where will they go and whom would they ask? This forms the remaining story.

I expected it to be a horror. But this is a mystery/ suspense. This a quick read with around 160 pages.  The book cover and title look apt. The story seems to drag a lot. The characters are convincing, especially Dean with his subtle sense of humor and Elizabeth as a newly wed wife trying to adjust to the new household.


The climax is good and unexpected. The only drawback is it is too much boring in the middle. The narration is fine and easy going.


I would recommend this to someone who love a quick light read.


My Rating:
3/5

About the Author

Sarah J Clemens is the author of the debut novel, THE EMPTY ROOM. She began writing THE EMPTY ROOM in 2008 and formed her own publishing company in 2016 called Off the Page Publishing. Sarah was born in California and now lives and works in Boise, Idaho. In addition to writing fiction, she is a legal assistant with an Associate of Arts and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.

Contact Information

Website: http://www.sarahjclemens.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/offthepagepublishing.com
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/53406864-sarah-clemens
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/Sarah_J_Clemens
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/sarahjclemens/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarah_j_clemens/

Purchase Links
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Empty-Room-Sarah-Clemens-ebook/dp/B01FPRS72A?ie=UTF8&ref_=asap_bc

Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-empty-room-sarah-j-clemens/1123835884?type=eBook

Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/the-empty-room-4

iBooks: https://itun.es/us/0iqIcb.l



Until next time,

18 July, 2016

A bodyguard of lies by Donna Del Oro - Book Spot Light







Romantic Suspense
Date Published: 06/08/2016


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FBI analyst Jake Bernstein is recruited to go undercover and investigate an American grandmother wanted for war crimes during WWII but currently on a tour of England and Ireland with her granddaughter. Jake joins them and runs into complications when his growing attraction to the woman's granddaughter challenges his obligation to remain emotionally detached. As the investigation intensifies, a neo-Nazi group tries to prevent him from learning the truth and Jake struggles to stay alive long enough to either prove the woman's guilt or exonerate her.

Despite Meg Larsen's mounting passion for the stranger who has joined their tour, she suspects he's not who he claims to be. When she realizes her grandmother, the woman who raised her, is the target of the man's investigation, her first instinct is to protect her. Eventually, however, Meg must face the possibility of her grandmother's lifetime of lies while forced to trust a man who has become both their nemesis and bodyguard.






NY Times bestselling author Brenda Novak says of A BODYGUARD OF LIES, Book One in the Jake Bernstein Mystery Thriller series, "The past and the present collide in this intriguing romantic thriller that captures the angst and pain a lifetime of lies can cause...combines politics, romance and history. This story positively captivates!"


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16 July, 2016

Books that I read in July - WTFOW #DAY7

Wow! So, this is the last day in write tribe festival of words marathon. I can't believe that I could finish this one week marathon.


I joined the marathon in a dilemma if i should attempt this. While I am busy with my 2 kids I didn't get time to even schedule my posts. So, I wrote randomly at any time of the day whenever I got time and mostly in the nights after everyoneeveryone slept. A big thanks to the write tribe group which kept us motivating to write everyday. Also, all the best for bloggers who are continuing the marathon in blog chatter.

Now, coming to my reading list for this week.

The Devil’s prayer by Luke Gracias
This historical fiction is a wonderful read. It kept me glued to the book till the end. Like a Dan Brown's novel, this has a lot of facts and mysteries about ancient texts and religion. Read my review here.

Black water tales by Jean Nicole
I am reading a horror after a long time. It's wonderful and gave me creeps. Though I didn't like climax, it's entertaining throughout. Read my review here.

Jamba the joint family by Sriram Balasubramanian
This is a quick and light read about the joint family culture in Chennai, India. The narration is interesting with a pinch of humour. I could reminisce my hostel days in Chennai while reading this. Here is my review.
Until next time,

15 July, 2016

A healthy twist to the normal diet - WTFOW #day 6

Everyone is going health conscious these days. People changed a lot, don't you think?
Many started drinking green tea, avoiding rice in the nights, moving to organic and more traditional varieties etc., It's contradictory, but I am observing a tendency towards Junk food like burgers, pizza and coke and also a tendency towards organic and low carb diet. Even though we are very health conscious, we cannot get away with the craving for tasty high-calorie food. I was thinking, how good it would be to add a healthy twist to our normal diet.




Here are some options that I found:

1. Oats dosa

Dosa (a pancake made from fermented batter) is a very common breakfast in South India. Usually, we use 1 cup of urad dal and 2 cups of rice for the batter. But, to give a healthy twist, we can add 1 cup of urad dal, 1 cup of rice and 1 cup of oats. I tried it and couldn't see any difference in consistency or taste, so works for me :-)















2. Vegetable salads

There are two types of salads that i try - cooked and uncooked.

Cooked: I use potatoes, tomatoes, french beans, carrots and capsicums to boil in a pressure cooker with one or two whistles. Then, I fry chopped garlic cloves, green chilies in olive oil, mix them with the boiled vegetables and squeeze lemon juice. This made my salad taste better. Have you ever tried this?

Un-cooked: We don't have many options to make the uncooked salad. We can try changing the types of vegetables and using a low fat dip/ dressing. I use spinach, cucumbers, carrots, broccoli, capsicum, cherry tomatoes. I haven't tried yet but we can prepare a dip with greek yogurt, minced garlic, minced parsley and grounded black pepper.

3. Chicken Soup

I have learned recently to prepare chicken broth which can be used as a base for chicken soup. I pressure cook chicken, ginger, garlic, Indian spices (very less), broccoli, celery sticks, capsicum, coriander leaves, coriander powder, salt, and pepper. Filter this and store it in freezer as broth. Whenever I want to make soup, I boil this broth with chicken pieces, vegetables of my choice with a handful of oats(to get thickness) , salt, coriander powder, and pepper. Isn't it simple for dinner?


Do you also add any easy healthy options to your diet? Do let me know in comments. Would be happy to implement :-)

Until next time,







Linking this to Write Tribe Festival of Words - Day 6.


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To Swallow the Earth - Promo





Western / Suspense
Premio Publishing & Gozo Books
Date Published: July 2015

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Winner 2016 International Book Award (Suspense, western), 2016 Laramie Award finalist, Literary Classics Seal of Approval. 

108 years in the making! What if you came home after a journey and your family was no longer there? What if someone else was living in your house, running what you used to manage—and trying to kill you?

Wade Forester must stay in the shadows because, it seems, everyone has reason to shoot him. His father has disappeared, and his sister won’t speak a word to anyone. Beautiful Patricia Laughlin is searching for her family as well. Few people gain her trust or approval, though powerful landowner Bridger Calhoun just might be the man to do it.

After a clash throws them to opposite sides, Wade must decide if risking his life to help Patricia is worth the trouble. Bridger must win Patricia’s heart, and Patricia must learn which killer to trust with her life.

Set in Nevada’s historic silver rush, and reminiscent of Crichton, Grey, and L’Amour, the writing comes from intimate knowledge of the era and area. Having lived off the land, Wilcox depended on his wit, grit, and strength—and that of his animals—for survival, just as these characters do. Wilcox and Beckstrand weave authentic detail and care for the terrain and its creatures into a mystery that will make your heart pound and fill your lungs with the “rarefied air” of the old Sierra Nevada Mountains. 

Family Friendly book, 14+




About the Authors





Karl Beckstrand is the award-winning author of fifteen juvenile books and more than 40 ebook titles (reviews by Kirkus, The Horn Book blog, School Library Journal, ForeWord Reviews). Raised in San Jose, California, he received a B.A. in journalism from BYU, an M.A. in international relations from APU, and a certificate from Film A. Academy. Two publishers produced his early multicultural children's books; since 2004 he has run Premio Publishing & Gozo Books. An engaging speaker, consultant, and workshop facilitator, Beckstrand has experience in high tech, public policy, film, radio, and TV broadcasting--including scripts, speeches, and Web content. He teaches media at a state college and contrasts traditional publishing with digital book publishing. His YA fiction, ebook mysteries, nonfiction/biographies, Spanish & bilingual books for kids (with pronunciation guide), short stories, wordless books, and picture book app feature diverse characters of color and usually end with a twist. He has lived abroad, been a Spanish/English interpreter, and enjoys volleyball and kayaking (usually not at the same time). Beckstrand has presented for SUECON (education conference), Taiwan's Global Leadership for Youth, California's Capital Book Festival, Utah Educational Library Media Association, Salt Lake City Book Festival, PCI Webinars, Utah Humanities Council, Murray City Writer's Workshop, Utah Housing Coalition, Midvale City Reading Program, Utah Office of Education, professional groups, and schools. His racially diverse work has appeared in: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Border's Books, Costco, Deseret Book, The Children's Miracle Network, The Congressional Record of the U.S. House of Representatives, Papercrafts Magazine, LDS Film Festival, various broadcasts, and PremioBooks.com. Find: "Karl Beckstrand" on FB, Twitter, KarlBeckstrand.com 





Ransom Wilcox was born in Taber, Alberta, Canada in 1907. The family moved to Vina, north of Chico, California. They farmed, tended livestock, and did a lot of hunting and fishing in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Once, to escape a charging wild boar, Wilcox stuck a pole he was carrying in the ground and climbed up! Financial hardship forced them to move often. One season the family lived in a tent while the men cut hay. Another year, Wilcox joined his father and brothers in Arizona, building a school on an American Indian reservation. Many elements of Wilcox’s stories come from his early experiences. In 1943 Wilcox enlisted in the army. After the war, the Great Depression, and a divorce, Wilcox finished his schooling and opened a chiropractic practice off Union Square in San Francisco. Wilcox’s friends called him Ray or Doc. Besides writing, Wilcox loved to walk in the great outdoors. Near the end of his life, he joked about leaving his body to science; “I’m sure they can use my brain. It’s in perfect condition—never been used.” His short stories and poems are published under the title, Horse & Dog Adventures in Early California.

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14 July, 2016

My Top 5 Favorite Authors - WTFOW Day #5

My habit of reading started in my school age by reading stories. I used to take story books from our school library and read them at home. Slowly, I grew from reading story books, magazines(Tinkle Digest was my favorite), Sherlock holmes, Sidney Sheldon, Irving Wallace, Sudha Murthy to other different authors. Throughout this journey, there are some authors who made a permanent impression in my heart. I read and re-read  their books until I understood each and every sentence.

A few of them listed below but not in the order of preference. Actually, I cannot even compare them, as everyone is unique.

1. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Actually, the author's name never registered in my mind for a long time. I was soo deeply in love with Sherlock Holmes that I didn't think about the author name. Only after reading Sherlock Holmes' short stories and novels, I realized that I want to read more from this author. There is one historical fiction from this author that I couldn't get a copy to read. This was my first book review of Sherlock Holmes (Not a review technically, just my thoughts :-)).

2. Sidney Sheldon
This craze started in my teenage and continued after college too. I was mesmerized with his characterization, detailing, the way he sets the context, the plot, twists, and turns in the story. I have  read almost all of his works and would like to read them again. This was my last book of Sidney Sheldon.

3. Dan Brown
I love the chases and puzzles in his books. The mystery element, fast pace, plot and his detailed research draws me to his books. I missed his recent book, but this was my earlier review on one of his books. Definitely, I love to read his books again and again.

4. Irving Wallace
I love his books a lot for drama, characterization, the plot and his research on the subject. He wrote on various topics and his knowledge on the subject is fantastic. His novels are like Sidney Sheldon's in terms of mystery element,but the plots are very unique. I love this book a lot about the Hitler's last days.

5. Erich Segal
Erich Segal's characters are very realistic and after reading the novel we cannot easily forget them. This novel gives so much information on doctor's day to day lives, their challenges with a fantastic story in the backdrop. I loved each and every character in this book. This is one of the high volume books that I read (600+ pages) and completed it in very short time. Other novels from the author like 'The Love story' and 'Man Woman and Child' are also fantastic reads.

I would like to thank all the wonderful authors who made book reading enjoyable. I love the other author's works also like Sudha Murthy, Amish Tripathy, Devdutt Patnaik, Indu Sundaresan etc., 

Happy Reading!









Linking this to the blog hop hosted by book r3vi3w tours and Write Tribe festival of words - Day #5.

Until next time,

















The Black Gaurd by C R Daems - Book Spot Light





Science Fiction 
Publisher: Talon Novels
ISBN: 978-1497558687
ASIN: B00JGF7XIC
Pages: 273

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As the least favored child, it was no surprise when Rivka's father selects her, at age six, to comply with the country's conscript law. Sent away to the military to be raised and trained, she struggles to keep from falling into an abyss of despair. Only when she adopts a new friend's dream of becoming a member of the elite Black Guard does she find a new reason to live.

Few make it into the Black Guard, but Rivka is determined. Yet when she makes it and is sent on her first mission, to protect a ruling family during a revolution, she discovers to her dismay that the Black Guard may not be as perfect as she had believed. Thus Rivka begins a journey that will change her and the Black Guard forever.

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Publisher: Talon Novels
Published: December 2015
ISBN: 978-1519424655
ASIN: B018UGBMMA
Pages: 245





Dragon Sapir is back, and the Jax Military will never be the same.

The Jax Contract Committee has released Rivka to take assignments, and her first involves her in a plot by several Systems within the Helix collection of systems to destroy the Jax. As the plot spreads, she is given assignments to combat the threat. Soon she becomes the JCC's problem solver for ill-advised and potentially ruinous contracts the JCC is forced to accept, including one by the United Freelands who is seeking revenge on her for their embarrassing defeat on Suryah.

Rivka has become the agent of change, an essential evolution if the Jax is to survive.


About the Author



Clem Daems is a native of Chicago, Illinois and a graduate of the University of Arizona. He served twenty-two years in the US Air Force. Since then, he has worked as a software engineer, course developer, and adjunct professor, teaching mathematics and Computer Science.

He has always been an avid reader of Science Fiction/Fantasy but never had an interest in writing or being an author. So, it was surprising when he began his first novel, several years after his retirement, at age seventy. His first novel, co-authored with Jeanne Tomlin, "The Talon of the Raptor Clan"--recently reissued as the "Talon of the Unnamed Goddess"--was a 2010 EPPIE finalist in Fiction/Fantasy.

Clem is an award winning author and an active member of the Science Fiction Writers of America.

His hobby--a life-long one--has been Kung Fu and Tai Chi. Clem is currently retired and living in Tucson, Arizona with his lovely wife of fifty-plus years.

He would enjoy hearing from you on any topic: his books, the characters, writing with a co-author, Kung Fu, his website (crdaems.com) or (talonnovels.com), life after retirement, or...

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