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Growing with God -- Author Offers Guidance, Encouragement through Stories and Psalms
DALLAS, Jan. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- In her new book, Helen Walters gives readers two types of wisdom: the wisdom of God and the wisdom that comes with years of living an inspiring life. Growing Under the Shadow of His Wings: Life Lessons with Psalms (now available through AuthorHouse) uses the power of biblical psalms to help readers find strength in many areas of their lives.
Take a Break -- New Book Invites Readers to Step into "Spiritual Gym"
STOCKTON, Calif., Jan. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Kahlil Gibran wisely wrote in The Prophet, "Be together, but let there be spaces in your togetherness." Take a Break (now available through AuthorHouse) by Marianne Criswell explores the many ways humans can follow this sage advice to strengthen their spirit for the good of those around them.
Blood of the Mountain -- New Novel Follows One Man's Search for Spiritual Fulfillment
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Jan. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- When today's chaotic world seems like it's spinning out of control, many people pine for the "simple" life of earlier times, but bloody conflict and inner spiritual turmoil have made their mark in every age. In Sangre del Monte (now available through AuthorHouse), Roberto Andres Lucero explores one man's life in early America and the harsh lessons he learned.
The Changing Dunes of Arabia -- Author Recounts Middle East Experiences to Explain Changes
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Today, the Middle East seems to be dominated by Islamic fundamentalism and anti-Western sentiments, but not long ago the region opened its arms to outsiders. David E. Russell recounts his experiences there in his new memoir, The Old Arabia and the New Arabia: An American Engineer in Saudi Arabia 1954 and Again in 1982 (now available through AuthorHouse).
Curing White Racism 'A Collective Mental Illness' -- Author's Pragmatic Examination of Racism Paves Way for Healing
ATLANTA, Jan. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Black and white Americans share the common belief that African Americans are the most victimized by racism in the U.S., claims Mary Norman Tillman, but in her new book, A Common Sense Approach to Racism and Other Exclusivities (now available through AuthorHouse) she presents a compelling argument that positions whites as the most victimized. Tillman identifies the systemic roots of this noxious cultural mindset and shows how black and white readers can eliminate it from their lives.
eTelcharge.com Named on NASDAQ's Threshold Security List of Companies Chiefly Abused by Short Sellers
DESOTO, Texas, Jan. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- eTelcharge.com, Inc. (Pink Sheets:ETLC) reported today that a new Securities and Exchange Commission regulation governing short selling, known as Regulation SHO, has listed eTelcharge.com on the Threshold Security List dated Tuesday, January 11, 2005. Regulation SHO took effect January 3, and provides a new regulatory framework governing short selling of securities. It is designed with the objective of simplifying short sale regulation and providing controls.