Helpin’ a Brother Out

monopolyRecent events have reminded me of the John Lennon quote, “Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans.” I came out to Florida in 2008 because it was an opportunity to put all the things I’d learned at that point into practice and to step up my potential teaching influence. Now I’ve been given another opportunity to consider where next to share this expertise. Many thanks to friends and family who have expressed their support and concern. I’m working on pulling together my portfolio and exploring what the next chapter of this journey might be.

In the meantime, for any of you planning on doing any holiday shopping (yes, it is that season already) and plan to use Amazon.com, if you use any of the images/links I’ve listed below I will get a referral fee from the transaction (the referral fee does NOT effect your purchase price!). Also, the links that I’ve listed below are for books published by some of my local Orlando friends, and that would also make their holidays a touch brighter. Even if none of the books look to your liking or gift-giving taste, if you begin your Amazon search using one of the links and purchase something I still get the referral fee. So please click on any of the images/links below and do that American holiday thing, shop-shop-shop. Thanks.

 

The Second Draeken War by Ben Hale
The Second Draeken War by Ben Hale
Pax Titanus by Tom Lucas
Pax Titanus by Tom Lucas
The Heart of Education by Dara Feldman
The Heart of Education by Dara Feldman
Collections, Ink! by German Martinez
Collections, Ink! by German Martinez
NOCS: Nocturnal Encounter by Jessica Lang
NOCS: Nocturnal Encounter by Jessica Lang
Immortal Dynasty by Lynda Haviland
Immortal Dynasty by Lynda Haviland
God Doesn't Love Us All the Same by Nina Guilbeau
God Doesn’t Love Us All the Same by Nina Guilbeau
A Gift of Ghost by Sarah Wynde
A Gift of Ghost by Sarah Wynde
Leather to the Corinthians by Tom Lucas
Leather to the Corinthians by Tom Lucas
Marshal Gold by Geoffrey J. Veit
Marshal Gold by Geoffrey J. Veit

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