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Steven Chris Ware

Author of Before I Let Go

Visit Author's Website before i let go cover Excerpt From Before I Let Go For a long time, the idea of a soul mate seemed unreal to me.  I thought that too many people die lonely for soul mates to exist.  But most of the time we run our soul mate off because we don’t realize it when they’re right in front of us.  I almost ran away from my soul mate.  But Jason Hart is mine forever.  He was walking my way and I couldn’t help but smile.

Author's Bio

steven chris ware author photoAuthor Steven Christopher Ware Sr., AKA Chris, proudly states that he was born and raised in Arkansas. Originally from the McAlmont area, he now resides in Sherwood with his beautiful wife Brandi. He has three wonderful children: Jalen (Chelsea), Kasi, and Steven Jr., AKA C.J. Chris has been an employee at UPS for almost 25 years.


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Hubert Peterkin

Author of How To Stop For A Cop

how to stop for a cop english version Are you afraid or concerned when a cop stops you? Do the blue lights make nervous – questioning every action you took during your day? Does doubt or lack of trust for officers during a traffic stop make you uncomfortable? For many, these questions can be answered quickly and the answers can be painful to admit out loud. The answers then bring up totally new sets of questions that can be summed up to one bigger one, ‘How do I survive?’ This book, How to Stop For A Cop, has the answer to many questions you may have. It addresses your concerns and gives step-by-step instructions on how to stop for a cop. While addressing the Ethics in Law Enforcement, it describes when, what, where, and how to stop; taking the time to address use of force, deadly force, and more. In addition, this book advises you on what to expect from the officer during a stop encounter. It is important that Law enforcement, drivers and the community close the gap that has created a serious disconnect leading to confrontation, serious injury, and sometimes even death during a traffic stop. As a Law Enforcement officer of 30 years I know first-hand that Law Enforcement and the community need one another. The more we understand, and respect each other during a traffic stop or any encounter, the less chance there is of sadness and tears as the end result. How To Stop For A Cop Is a must read with several important topics, related reflections, and personal messages to both Law Enforcement and the community.

Author's Bio

author photoWhen I was six years old I was laying on the couch just before 11 PM and my mother came over to wake me up to go to bed. As I sat up on the couch the TV was still playing, and the news was on. They had just announced that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had been killed. The broadcast began to show all the great things that he had done and how he had helped so many black people as well as people of other cultures as he fought for equality. I could hear my mother and father talking with great concern and hurt for what had just happened. I remember asking my mother why would someone want to kill this man if he had done so much good and she stated to me that there are a lot of bad people in the world who do bad things. I also remember wishing that I could have done something to help him and I was only six years old. I thought about what a wonderful feeling it would be to be able to help those who needed help from the bad guys. By the time I reached the age of ten I had made up my mind that I wanted to be a cop. Every day I dreamed about saving lives and protecting people and I would tell my mother so many times over and over again that one day I'm going to be a cop and even though she did everything she could to discourage me because she was afraid of me getting hurt I knew deep down inside that one day this would be my calling. Today as I write this book “How to Stop for a Cop” I am serving over 30 years in law enforcement. As I dreamed of one day doing this I always looked at cops as the good guys taking care of people, protecting people, being kind to people, loving people, and showing the citizens that we protect that we were there for them no matter what without any bias, discrimination, or fear. In my mind we're like brothers and sisters fighting crime loving one another from within as we put our lives on the line to do what was needed and what is right all the time.


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Ricky Allen

Author of Can These Bones Live?

Visit Author's Website book cover can these bones live Book Synopsis "Can These Bones Live?" is a powerful and practical guide to restoring Hope, Help, & Strength to Interdependent Relationships.  The content is meant for those seeking fulfilling and trustworthy interdependent relationships.  Read it! Embrace it! It will refresh your spirit, refocus your will, and restore your soul!

Author's Bio

author photo Ricky AllenAuthor Ricky Allen has a heart for helping others, especially those who are in relationship turmoil. Anointed to lead, teach, and motivate, the Kingdom minded visionary eagerly gives of his time, knowledge, and heart for the betterment of others. The author’s passion for ministry and meaningful relationships color all aspects of his life and creates in him not only a trailblazer, but also a loyal friend and trusted confidant to those who are fortunate enough to actually know the man. Allen is not only an author, but also the founder, Bishop and Sr. Pastor of the Immanuel Family Worship Center, Incorporated of Jacksonville, Arkansas. He is married to Annie Jean Allen. They have five children.

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