Our Authors

 

Carrie Hooper

San Diego, California

Author of Harley and the Hummingbird.
This children’s book is about a cat and bird that want to be friends. Mama bird doesn’t want Charlie to be friends with Harley because she is a cat. After Harley’s mom sees how upset her daughter is, she decides to go speak with Charlie’s mom. Harley and Charlie soon become a great inspiration to other cat and bird families.

 

 

Alain Rheault

Alain was born in Ramore, a small town near Timmins (Ontario). When he was 12 years old, Alain and his family moved to Welland, located 20 minutes from Niagara Falls (Ontario). Every chance he had, he would ride his bike to “the falls” to enjoy the beautiful scenery. When Alain was 19 years old he enrolled in the Canadian military, a career he deeply enjoyed. Later, he changed his career to the oil field of Alberta Canada.


Constantine Nana

The Zaire Ebola virus appeared out of nowhere and then disappeared into thin air after killing scores of humans in West Africa. In The Ebola Outbreak in West Africa, author Constantine N. Nana attempts to better understand the outbreak and answerthe question: why? Through meticulous research, combing through misleading media reports and equivocal academic papers.


 


Corwin Morton

I was born in the year 1962, in the small town of Falls City, Nebraska, and I have lived through things that probably should never have been lived. I have seen things, both good and bad, and I’ve turned many bad situations into good ones by thinking it through and seeing the beauty in all things. I have taken the impossible and made it probable as well as, in some cases, reality. And I have taken “can’t” and turned it into “can do.” I have foreseen the possibilities before us all and used a can-do attitude in everything. I have found ways to make anything possible, and I ask all of you who read this to do the same. Why? Because you can. Where there is a will, there is a way.

 


Wendy Kronick

When it comes to parenting, there is a wide range of philosophies about how to do it best. One philosophy is RIE, which is pronounced “wry” and stands for Resources for Infant Educarers. This approach, according to its Web site, “honors infants and young children as equal members in relationships” and is “dedicated to creating a culture of people who are authentic, resourceful and respectful.”
Wendy Kronick, a RIE facilitator and a featured expert on Hank Azaria’s Fatherhood Web series, talks to us about discipline and how parents can set boundaries while being respectful of kids at the same time.

 


Dita Wegman
Dita Wegman sailed on stormy waves, destined into the harbour of Canada in 1969, where she married and
started a family. She left behind her successful career as model/actress in Munich/Germany, but preferred to continue in her business career in Canada. Dita once again climbed the ladder of the corporate world. For over 25 years, she held the position of vice-president of an international cosmetic company


 


 


Daniel Jauregui
The main purpose is to discover an unknown and isolated point, which impedes the effectiveness of the fullness of freedom and happiness, which have been preserved for the abundance that exists naturally in life; but that has not been discovered, due to the lack of information, because it is thought and believed that we are already complete with what we have learned and lived. Therefore, this point is described and discovered in this book, with the main objective that it does not succeed in preventing more the development of a more appropriate life; even when someone may already be living happy. But, I believe that we all deserve or would like to live and feel better every day, to such a degree that every circumstance of life can be enjoyed with more details; even in those that we can not change or that we do not like.

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