Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Evangelist Caleb Wampler Releases New Book


Hunger: For those who know there's more... Paperback – July 1, 2020

by Caleb Wampler  (Author)
Occasionally a book comes along that doesn’t just challenge you but changes you — Hunger is that book! A riveting collection of heavenly encounters, you cannot be the same person who opened its cover when you close it. And though we thankfully have access to a precious surplus of Christian resources available to us, they are but a means to draw near to the Lord. Our most urgent need continues to be actual encounters with the living God. Hunger not only chronicles the encounters men of God have had with Him throughout church history; it is itself a heavenly encounter. Through Hunger readers will find: •An intensifying passion to seek and commune with God one on one. •A deepening intimacy with the Lord as they walk with Him.•A growing burden for souls that ignites a consuming desire to witness for Christ.•A heightening awareness of the eternal that inspires an impassioned pursuit of heavenly treasures. Not only will your faith in God be strengthened, your love for Him deepened, and your relationship with Him nourished, but your hunger to personally encounter God, Himself, will grow stubbornly unrelenting as you read Hunger and embrace its message.


Caleb Wampler is a Missionary Evangelist who has a passionate desire to know Jesus and to advance His Kingdom into the earth. While growing up in a Pastor’s home, Caleb had several incredible encounters with the love of Jesus and power of the Holy Spirit. During his elementary, junior high, and high school years his life was marked by the starting of several prayer groups and bible studies, which ultimately led to an evangelistic outreach that took place on his high school campus in which hundreds of students heard the Gospel message. 

He entered into youth and young adult ministry for 6 years before meeting his future wife Harmonee, and graduating with a ministry degree from North Central University. Caleb married Harmonee in 2010 shortly after graduation. Caleb was licensed and ordained with the Assemblies of God before serving as Personal Assistant to Evangelist Daniel Kolenda of Christ for all Nations. The Wampler’s are now serving in full-time evangelistic ministry.

Caleb’s life has been marked by several supernatural encounters that began in his childhood, and continue to this present day. As these encounters have increased, there has been a grace to release impartation of a Kingdom lifestyle into those that are ministered to. The Wampler’s have echoed the prayer of Jesus, “Your Kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven,” and are carriers of His Kingdom into the nations of the world. 

Caleb has witnessed incredible miracles and healings and has seen countless lives changed by the power of the Gospel from gas stations, restaurants, and shopping centers to the mission fields of the earth. The Wampler’s minister through the preaching of the Gospel, teaching, and the laying on of hands in Gospel Crusades, conferences, impartation services, house meetings, and churches as the Lord has confirmed His Word through salvations, signs, wonders, healings, and miracles. The Wampler’s currently reside in the Orlando, FL area with their children Elisha, Eliana and Caden.

Tell your readers a little about yourself, where you grew up, where you live now, where you went to school etc. Let them get to know the personal you.

My name is Caleb Wampler. I’m a missionary evangelist. I travel across the world ministering the Gospel message. I grew up in four states: California, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Florida. I currently reside in central Florida with my wife Harmonee, and my three kids Elisha, Eliana, and Caden. We are currently expecting baby number four in November.

What inspired you to author Hunger: For those who know there’s more…?

As I traveled about people would continue to ask me how they could find meaning in life, and what the secret ingredient was to being to live a life of fulfillment, purpose, a in doing something meaningful with their life. For me the answer was an easy one. It was having a Hunger for God. The thing that made it interesting was that in life, when we eat we are momentarily satisfied by the food we eat. But when we eat of the things that God has to offer, we get hungrier. So often people haven’t learned how to develop that hunger with God, and I wanted to answer that in this book.

Where did you get the inspiration for your book’s cover?

(not really a story for this one). Haha. I couldn’t find a picture that represented spiritual hunger, and I liked the design of how this one looked when I found it.

Who has been the most significant influence on you personally and as a writer?

I’ve had some incredible influences in my life. My parents were always the real deal. I grew up as a Pastors’ kid. As I met other Pastors’ kids over my life, many of them were cold to the things of God. What I found in my life, was that my parents were the same people in public as they were at home with me and my sister. I saw a genuine hunger for the things of God in them.

What were your struggles or obstacles you had to overcome to get this book written?

As any first time author finds, it’s not easy to get the message from your heart onto the pages of a book. It wasn’t always easy to find moments in my busy travel schedule to write. And when I wasn’t busy traveling I was always busy with my little ones at home (3 kids that are 5 and under). I realized though that if I could find the time and way to do it with the challenges I faced, that others could glean from the insights that I felt God was giving me for them.

Tell your readers about your book.

This book is genuinely meant to be an experience for you. Through a blend of amazing stories from people in history, to present-day encounters from people that are living now, I wanted to show that the things of God were not just meant for a special few people, but for everyone. In my life I experienced a truly living God who wanted to have relationship with people. I want everyone to experience what I’ve felt the Lord do in my life.

Who is your target audience, and why?

I wrote this for the people that that know there’s more to this life. I wrote it to the people that have questions and that are searching for meaning and for purpose. I was thinking of the people that know God is real, but that haven’t experienced Him in the way the Bible illustrates through the amazing stories within.


If you were going to give one reason for anyone looking at your book to read, why should they buy it?

If you want to be stirred on the inside of your soul, then this book was written for you. So many people are searching to fill a void on the inside that they just can’t seem to fill. They always find their gas tanks on empty after brief moments of temporary fulfillment.

What do you consider your greatest success in life?

I’ve found an amazing woman that I have the privilege of calling my wife. I’ve got three amazing children, with a fourth on the way that have become my joy!  With that said, the true treasure of my life is having a personal relationship with Jesus. He has taken me to heights I didn’t know were possible, and I’ve had the privilege of introducing him to hundreds of thousands of people in countries across the world. I want everyone to experience Jesus, the way I’ve found Him, and He’s found me!

What one unique thing sets you apart from other writers in your genre?

As Dr. Hagan, the President of North Central University writes in his endorsement, “To be honest, I haven’t read writers from Caleb’s generation that talk like this. It pierced my heart.” I’ve found few peers in my generation that have written books about this topic. I’ve heard many stories in history books, and have heard stories from those who have gone before me. I’ve rarely heard them from people my age.

How do you overcome writer’s block?

I read other books, watched videos, and listened to other ministers to help find fresh inspiration.

What one piece of advice do you have for new authors.

I’d encourage them to just write. The hardest thing about writing is getting the words out. Once the words are out of your heart, and onto the paper, it’s much easier to rearrange them. Don’t feel like you have to get it write the very first time. Just get it out!

Tell your readers anything else you want to share.

If you want to be challenged, stirred, encouraged, build your faith, and fill your heart with hope, then you need to get a copy of this book for you and a friend. It took me years to get it out and ready for you, but it will only take minutes for this to get into your heart and captivate you!

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

U.S. Veteran and Author, Richard R Biondi, Releases Book, “In Search of Capitalist Peace, ” with the Focus Calling for an Online Peace Summit

U.S. veteran and author, Rick Biondi, has studied world order strategy since 1994. He earned a B.A. in political science from the University of Washington in 1997 and made it a priority to stay on top of the political arena. Biondi says, “COVID-19 is fueling an international crisis that demands an international solution. It exacerbates existing tensions between the West and the European nations. I believe it is time for the World’s leaders to come together for a peace summit and work together to find solutions. History does repeat itself, and in many ways, the answers can be found there.

After World War II, an international monetary system was formed as well as free trade. It worked for awhile. History also reflects the Atlantic Convention of 1962 and the beneficial outcomes. It might not be as simple as these, but if the World’s leaders don’t come together, nothing will change.” Biondi wrote the book, “In Search of Capitalist Peace,” to bring attention to the need for a Peace Summit not only to President Donald Trump but also to all the World’s leaders. Biondi says, “I am explicitly calling for an online Capitalist Peace Exploratory Convention so that nations can work together to recover from the Coronavirus crisis while decreasing their respective national debt. The book is available on Amazon for $9.99 in paperback.

In Search of a Capitalist Peace

by Richard R Biondi (Author)

“In Search of a Capitalist Peace, (2nd Edition) calls on President Donald J. Trump to hold a Capitalist Peace Summit before his first term ends. President Trump must inspire world leaders to encourage their respective citizens to participate in an online Capitalist Peace Exploratory Convention modeled on the Atlantic Convention of 1962 during his second term. The Atlantic Convention of 1962 was authorized by the U.S. Government in 1960 and authorized eminent citizens acting on their own accord to explore ways to enhance the strength and unity of the Atlantic Community. Using congressional hearings and reports, this book documents the conveniently forgotten history of the Atlantic Union and World Federalist movements in the U.S. Congress and beyond from 1949 to 1980. It further records the new world disorder that emerged after world federalism was abandoned, and the democratic peace theory was embraced. This book proposes that citizens of all nations pursue a durable peace by perfecting capitalism.


Rick Biondi has studied world order strategy since 1994. He earned a B.A. in political science from the University of Washington (1997), studied international relations at the graduate level under Dr. Jack E. Vincent at the University of Idaho (1998-2000), and holds an M.A. in Security Management from American Military University (2014). Biondi is a former executive consultant (2001-2002) for the Association to Unite the Democracies (AUD). Rick also served on the Board of the Ashburn Institute—which was spawned by AUD. In 2008, Biondi ran for U.S. Congress in Arizona’s 6th Congressional District as a libertarian. Rick is a veteran of the U.S. Army. He served with the 2nd Ranger Battalion (1989-1991) and as a motorized infantryman (1991-1992).
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Today's BOOK OF THE DAY is so much on point with what is happening across the globe with child sex trafficking. The book "Predator in the House," by Joanne Parsons nails this as she weaves her characters in and out of sordid situations. This book isn't glorifying sex trafficking, in fact, it is the opposite as she hopes to raise the awareness of the public to this crime. Parsons has also declared that she will be donating the first $1,000 or proceeds to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. 

Predator in the House Kindle Edition

Dr. Mel's Review

"Predator in the House is dynamic and compelling. It grabs you from the first word and doesn’t let you go until the very end."

Joanne Parsons is fulfilling a commitment she made to herself during her career in healthcare. “I wrote Predator in the House as an entertaining and intriguing crime novel to raise awareness of child sex trafficking.” She is standing behind her commitment, and is donating the first one-thousand dollars in pre-order sales proceeds to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Parsons began writing after being widowed and retiring. She is author of two historical fiction novels, award-winning, Kitchen Canary, and its sequel Through the Open Door.

Predator in the House is not a grim story of a trafficked child.” Parsons balanced the dark subject of child sex trafficking with humor. “It’s a fast-moving cat and mouse game between a dysfunctional married couple. Karl Shea is searching for a missing child, his wife, Shirley, murders for the thrill. Their shared motivation to kill sex offenders is their only bond and ties them together until the very end.”

Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review, recently previewed the novel. “Readers who like a good investigative piece accompanied by broader social and ethical issues will find Predator in the House a provocative novel about sex offenders under close inspection, children who vanish into a sordid world, and how a couple's fixation on ‘the kill’ changes their lives and values.”

The eBook edition of Predator in the House is available on Amazon at the pre-order price of $.99 until September 7, 2020. Each purchase will contribute to a donation to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. 


What would you do if everything you believed in was turned upside down? Your values? Your beliefs? When temptation faces you, could you avoid the temptation or would you run? Today's BOOK OF THE DAY, "Perfidious Agenda" by Lachelle L. Williams, explores these questions a more.  Take a look at this intriguing novel.


by Lachelle L. Williams

About the Book

When naïve, Vonda a.k.a. Angel, goes to college and meets new friends, she had no idea her values would be neglected. After listening to their intimate encounters, temptation has her yearning to experience things the Bible would decline to sanction. As Angel begins the journey through maturity, her future takes a detour and she becomes a victim of circumstances. Angel soon discovers that no one is who they appear to be, nor can anyone be trusted.

Book Details
Language : English
Publication Date : 12/11/2019
Format : Softcover & eBook
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 222
ISBN : 9781532083402
Page Count : 222
ISBN : 9781532083419


I love this book !!!!!!! This book captivated my attention in such a way that MADE me turn my mind off to the outside world...I can't for the next installment of the collection...

This book held my attention from the beginning to the end. It is a great read. The plot twist was amazing. The author is very talented. I can hardly wait for a sequel.

OMG... what a page-turner! I only picked the book up twice (couldn’t put it down). Twists and turns that I did not see coming. Literally left me wanting more!

OMG !!!!!! I couldn’t get enough of this book!!! Literally was at the edge of my chair almost every page ! Lol I would SOOO recommend !!

This book is gripping, nonstop action, which really makes you guess what's next. Love it!


Dennis the monkey and the loaf of bread (Good night stories Book 2)

Here is a wonderful bedtime story for children. "Dennis the monkey and the loaf of bread," by Ariela Pelly fits the bill for a nightly read with your children.  Take a look.

Dennis the monkey and the loaf of bread (Good night stories Book 2) Kindle Edition
by Ariela Pelly  (Author) 

An amazing adventure with Dennis the monkey. Read and see what happens when he discovers a loaf o bread. What does he do with it.

It is also beautifully illustrated.

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About Ariela Pelly

Ariela was born in 1972. She graduated B.Ed. in early childhood education and started to work as kindergarten teacher and later she become a school teacher. Ariela has four kids. Her first book John Knows How to Multiply is aimed to explain to children what is multiplication and to encourage them to learn multiplication by reading about another kid that have the same problem. The book also includes exercises and games to assist the kid memorize by heart. Ariela's second book, Dan Wants to Run teaches the child how to take a target and work hard to get it. It teaches the kid that the winner is not necessarily the one who one but the one that tried hard to get his target. More books are about to come so keep following.

Little Girl Goo: Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth

Today's book is very special as it represents the little girl in me. It isn't often that you get to read a book through the eyes of a child. Take a look at "Little Girl Goo: Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth" by Renee Richardson, M.Ed.

Little Girl Goo: Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth – April 27, 2012

by Renee Richardson M.Ed. (Author)

The book Little Girl Goo is based on my childhood experiences. How does dysfunctional relationships look through the eyes of a child? Well, Little Girl Goo will tell her story in her way.....

Secrets of the Kashmir Valley Paperback – July 25, 2020

I have a wonderful book for you to read today! Enjoy!

Secrets of the Kashmir Valley Paperback – July 25, 2020
by Farhana Qazi  (Author)

Winner of the 21st Century Leader Award and the Humanitarian Award American scholar Farhana Qazi tells you a story that is unforgettable. In this new, special edition, Qazi takes you inside the world’s most militarized zone to meet the women--peaceful protestors, political activists, and the prime victims of a brutal war. Discover Kashmir, a place of great beauty and immense tragedy.

This book is not about the politics of war, but the people living inside it. Qazi shares the true, emotional, personal stories of women, who struggle, sacrifice, and survive against all odds. And to survive, women (and men) hold onto secrets or they die. Kashmir is an active conflict. It is unsettling and unpredictable. Every day, someone dies. Someone is detained. Or someone disappears. The valley of death is also described as ‘Paradise on Earth.’ But in this land of magic and myth, there are madmen and militaries that trample on Kashmir’s beauty. After seven decades of war, Kashmiris go on living. They go to school. They fall in love. They get married. Many have children. They do what seems normal, despite the protests, politics, and paranoia of living in a place that is not free. Qazi uses powerful storytelling to reveal the secrets of conflict.

This book is a heart-breaking reminder that military occupation must end to allow the Kashmiri people to be free. PRAISE FOR THE BOOK “A brilliant read.

This book reveals why human security is a global issue.” — U.S. AMBASSADOR PRUDENCE BUSHNELL

“Qazi gives us insights into rarely visible Kashmir. Her powerful narrative and sensitive, brilliant storytelling, reveal her personal background and in-depth research experiences in Kashmir. A highly skilled writer, Qazi also provides a heart-and-soul connection for the reader that has been featured in organized panels at the United Nations.” --LOIS A. HERMAN, UNITED NATIONS

“Qazi brings the colors, smells, people and politics of Kashmir to life. The only thing more enlightening would be to travel there yourself.” — PORTER FOX, EDITOR OF THE AWARD-WINNING NOWHERE MAGAZINE

“Farhana Qazi, a Texan of Pakistani descent, has written a shimmering book about her encounters with the women of Kashmir, starting with her own mother, who joined the Pakistani Army to fight for Kashmir. Qazi travelled to this land of haunting beauty to interview activists and advisors, protestors and politicians, mothers and martyrs, educators and entertainers, and more. The result is a moving journey through what has been called “the most beautiful prison in the world.”— DEBORAH SCROGGINS, AWARD-WINNING JOURNALIST.

An American woman sets out on a journey to understand one of Asia’s longest running wars and the role of women within it. Farhana’s bravery, open-mindedness, intelligence and tenacity take her into danger, real lives, raw emotions and ultimately discovery. This is a book that must be read by those who wish to deeply understand the motivations, lives and thoughts behind women in Kashmir.” --ROBERT YOUNG PELTON, AUTHOR AND DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER

“Farhana Qazi’s brilliant book combines her unique personal experience with her deep knowledge of the region, its people and its culture to tell us a story far more information about today’s events than any intelligence brief. And it is beautifully written--a joy to read.” --BRIAN MICHAEL JENKINS, COUNTER-TERRORISM EXPERT

“Secrets of the Valley is an important book that unveils the quintessential role of women in one of the most contested areas of the world. It is a deeply touching and personal story that pulls us closer to the women and men in Kashmir.”--SETH G. JONES, DIRECTOR, TRANSNATIONAL THREATS PROJECT, THE CENTER FOR STRATEGIC & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

“Farhana gives us an extraordinarily different perspective with a focus on women. For anyone who wishes to understand this land of poets and mystics, this is essential reading.” --AKBAR AHMED, AUTHOR, PLAYWRIGHT & FORMER DIPLOMAT

Product Details

·  Paperback: 184 pages
·  Publisher: Independently published (July 25, 2020)
·  Language: English
·  ISBN-13: 979-8665831428
·  Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches

Editorial Reviews

From the Inside Flap

A memorable story of self-invention in a strange land: Farhana Qazi’s unflinching account of her amazing journey into Kashmir as a storyteller to uncover the truths of conflict. 
When Farhana Qazi arrived in Kashmir, she was unaware of the secrets that women (and men) held close to their hearts. These secrets, or hidden truths, were shielded from the Army in the world’s most militarized zone so that the people could live for another day. After meeting with political activists, prisoners, and peacemakers, Qazi knew this was a story she had to share with the world to call attention to the ‘forever’ conflict. In writing the true, emotional stories of Kashmir, with descriptive prose and powerful storytelling, Qazi hopes that she can engage readers and help them discover Kashmir, a place of immense beauty and great tragedy. Through her travels, crossing mountains between India and Pakistan, Qazi introduces the reader to a people marked by conflict, scarred by trauma, and yet, they live with incredible hope. They live for the right to self-determination. They live to be free. 


Winner of the 21st Century Leader Award and the Humanitarian Award

Farhana Qazi is an American scholar, storyteller, and speaker. Her focus is global conflicts, terrorism & violent extremism, as well as women in war and peacekeeping.

For nearly twenty years, she has traveled throughout the Muslim world to understand political Islam, local drivers of extremism and the roots of conflict. She offers a variety of training courses to the U.S. military and addresses the worldwide threat.

For her service to the U.S. military, she received the 21st Century Leader Award, presented by the National Committee on American Foreign Policy in New York; and the Distinguished Humanitarian Award for her research on women in war from Southwestern University, her alma mater.

She is the author of Secrets of the Kashmir Valley, a human-interest story focused on the protracted conflict between India and Pakistan (2020) and other books in the Kashmir collection. Her other work includes “Invisible Martyrs: Inside the Secret World of Islamic Female Radicals” which explores the reasons why Muslim women and girls turn to violent extremism (2018). Qazi received The Benjamin Franklin Book Award in non-fiction for this book.

Farhana has appeared in the mainstream media: CNN, BBC television and radio, Public Broadcasting Service, National Public Radio, Fox News, C-Span, Bloomberg, ABC News, MSNBC, Canadian national television, Voice of America, Al-Jazeera, and more.

To learn more about her work, visit