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S. R. Adair Jr. ( Ron ) has worked with the Gideon's International for 39 years. He has lead music in church for ten years. He was born in Houston, TX. raised in Alvin, and Algoa, TX. Started working with Pops in Adair & Sons dump truck and tractor work before first grade. Graduated from Santa Fe High School. Was manager of two businesses, and owner of another before going on active duty in the U.S. Seabees. Served two tours of duty in Viet Nam as Equipment Operator, E-5. Loves TX., had bluebonnets growing in Viet Nam with seeds sent to him from home. Now retired, and living in Lufkin, TX.
T.S.Aguilar began writing in earnest in the 1990s. He met his wife, a film maker, at that time when he worked on film scripts and together they produced several documentaries on health issues, and archaeological digs. They ventured into teaching in Mexico, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia. When his wife was stricken with cancer, they returned to Canada. His wife encouraged him to to write his novels, which he did and produced the novels "Impetuous - The Odyssey of a Solitary Man" and "Shafted - A Mexican Tale". Both novels are based on personal experience and have received five star reviews from BookViral Reviews (UK) describing them as "a power-packed thriller where the pace rarely wanes" and "a high octane whiz-bang of a read proves to be another powerful release by Aguilar", respectively. Yet, his most important work was still to come. It is the literary non-fiction work "Lifeline - The Case for Effective Cancer Immunotherapy". It was when his wife struggled with cancer, wilted away due to negligent treatment, and finally succumbed to the disease, that Aguilar researched current cancer treatment and searched for a cure for his wife. He collated the information he had gathered and wrote his book that has received yet another five star review from BookViral Reviews concluding that it is "unreservedly recommended for anyone wanting to further their understanding of cancer treatments".
Colonel Michael “Mike” Angley retired from the U.S. Air Force in September 2007 following a rewarding 25 year career as a Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI). He held thirteen different assignments throughout the world, among which were five tours as a Commander of various units, to include two Air Force OSI Squadrons and a Region, the equivalent of a Wing.
Dr. David B. Axelrod served as Suffolk County, Long Island’s Poet Laureate, before moving to Daytona Beach, Florida. He is founder of Writers Unlimited Agency, Inc. (www.writersunlimited.org) which he directed for over thirty years, and also publisher of Writers Ink Press. His newest project is the Creative Happiness Institute, Inc., where he offers his services to the public.
He has published twenty books of poetry in addition to hundreds of essays and articles. He is the recipient of three Fulbright Awards, including his being the first official Fulbright Poet-in-Residence in the People’s Republic of China. The New York Times described him as “A Treat!” He has shared the stage with such literary notables as Louis Simpson, Galway Kinnell, William Stafford, Robert Bly and Allen Ginsberg, performing at the United Nations and around the world. He has been translated into fifteen languages.
Learn more about Dr. Axelrod or contact him through his website: www.creativehappiness.org and at www.poetrydoctor.org.