Non-Fiction

happiness-webcoverSearching for True Happiness: Everyone is seeking for true happiness in their lives. It’s the most sought-after subject on earth. To be truly happy is a great mystery to many, as they search for joy in everyday life. In this book, you will learn specific things that will bring you true happiness.

“If more people took the advice from this book and used it to its fullest, the world would be a different place. Some of the ideas are rather simple but the overall message is profound. Happiness isn’t sitting where you’d think. But it’s easy enough to find with a little work and a few extra steps. I hope many, not only read this book, but also take it to heart.” –Author Brooke Williams 

Reflections webReflections of the Heart has 13 chapters of inspirational writings such as: The secret of Happiness, Laughter is the Best Medicine, Parenthood – A Great Responsibility, Equal Partners in Marriage, Developing Your Spirituality, and Music Soothes the Soul.

“The nuggets of wisdom are right-on, the quotes inspirational, and some of the stories moved me to tears. I now have a good idea of the kind of person the author is. You are a grateful, loving, sensitive, honest, courageous (not easy going to college at age 48!), giving woman – one I would love to meet. Reflections of the Heart reflects a beautiful heart and I was blessed by reading it.” –Evelyn Uslar-Pietri, Author of Pirates Gold Treasure

Marcus coverwebTake a Walk with Marcus Gilbert Weaver and Milre Gough: This is a biography of Marcus Gilbert Weaver and Florence Milred Gough. You will learn about all the mischievous deeds Marcus did in his youth, then go on a journey to the panhandle of Florida and learn about his spiritual adventures in the south as he taught the gospel. You will have a spiritual feast as you read about his missionary experiences in the Olive Branch of Baker, Florida. You will also read about the adventures of Milred Gough, which guided her to finding her true love. This book has humorous events, adventures, and spiritual experiences. Take a walk down the “path of life” with Marcus and Milred.

weaver webA Collection of Biographies: Gilbert Daniel Weaver and Olive Clark Heritage: This collection of biographies is about the ancestors of the Gilbert Daniel Weaver and Olive Clark family, told in narrative style by their children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. It covers four generations from the late 1700s to the mid 1900s. You will read about their hardships, humorous experiences, faith in God, and the miracles in their lives. You will read about the Weavers, Gambles, Conovers, Clarks, and Davies. Through these stories, you will learn to appreciate your heritage.

 

goughwebA Collection of Biographies: John Cyrus Gough and Melinda Robinson Heritage: This collection of biographies is about the ancestors of the John Cyrus Gough and Melinda Robinson family, told in narrative style by their children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. It covers four generations from the late 1700s to the mid 1900s. You will read about their hardships, humorous experiences, faith in God, and the miracles in their lives. You will read about the Goughs, Boleys, Robinsons, Davis, and Eckersleys. Through these stories, you will learn to appreciate your heritage.

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Never Too Late To Dream: In this autobiography, I talk about the trials I faced when I had scoliosis… the casts and operations that lasted for three years. Attending college, serving as a young missionary, and falling in love were years to remember.

Why did I call this book “Never Too Late To Dream?” Every accomplishment I achieved happened after I turned 50. After the age of 50, I graduated from college with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre and Arts, I performed for a concert series and made a CD, and I became an author. I also toured the United States, teaching people how to write their biographies. I believe it is never too late to achieve your dreams. These were years to remember.