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Books: Diplomat reflects on universe travels

Books: Diplomat reflects on universe travels

Don Feeney of Indian Harbour Beach is a late US diplomat who served in State Department embassies and consulates around a world. Throughout his career he lived on 5 continents and worked in over 50 countries. He has published his memoir, “Gathering No Moss: Memoir of a Reluctant World Traveler” ($19.95, iUniverse).

In a news recover Feeney writes, “I have lived a life of a rolling stone, and have used this book to hunt for meaning, closure, morality and spirituality by it all.” The book focuses on his growth from an middle city child to a world-traveling diplomat. He describes vignettes filled with emotions from fad to loneliness. The book is accessible during online retailers, and some-more can be found during gatheringnomoss.net.

Port St. John author G. Ernest Smith is a late space convey launch group member with a master’s grade in mechanism science. He has expelled an swap existence thriller, “Deadly Apparition,” ($3.99-$14.25, Porkchop Publishing). In a time-bending story, a organisation of a complicated chief submarine hurdles a Spanish Armada. It is accessible during online retailers, and some-more can be found during gernestsmith.com.

Born in 1937, Douglas A. Schlumbohm of Indialantic grew adult in a tiny Oklahoma city of Indiahoma. He served in a US Army for 22 years, afterwards went on to a career as a product support dilettante for a general space hire program. He has published a book, “Indiahoma Son” ($11.95, Outskirts Press).

He describes a book as an detailed comment of flourishing adult in a tiny Midwestern city following a Depression and Dust Bowl. Schlumbohm writes, “It is a story of a time mislaid though estimable of remembering, of tough times and good times, and a story of adore and friendship.” It is accessible during amazon.com and outskirtspress.com.

Gary McClure of Merritt Island fell in adore with a diversion of golf during age 11, so it’s no consternation he connected with Mike Hogan, a PGA training veteran during Viera East Golf Club. Together they have created a book, “How to Shoot Your Age in Golf: The Essential Improvement Guide for Retiree Golfers to Make More Pars, Birdies and Shoot Better Scores” ($14.95, Super Seniors Golf).

The book includes enlightening photos and diagrams to assistance late “Super Senior” golfers fire their possess age. The authors yield recommendations and technical recommendation on all aspects of golf, including mental and earthy preparation, a prolonged and brief game, on-course government and equipment. It is accessible during amazon.com, and some-more can be found during superseniorsgolf.com.

Authors’ registration is open for a Meet a Authors Book Fair, that will take place on Nov. 22-23 during a Eau Gallie Civic Center. The annual eventuality is hold in and with a ArtWorks Festival, and gives writers a event to discuss, designation and sell their books. The cost is $20 per day or $35 for both days, and a deadline to register is Nov. 15. For some-more information, revisit authorsforauthors.com.

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