Friday, February 28, 2014

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New E-Book Blows Away Conventional Sun Care Wisdom

Getting the facts about sunscreen, protecting your skin during sun exposure, and avoiding skin cancer can often be confusing. A new $0.99 cent eBook called “Sun Care Decoded: Answers to Questions You Didn’t Know to Ask,” finally puts the topic of sun care into perspective in a clear and concise way that everyone can understand.This book changes the way approach protecting your skin from over-exposure. “Our goal was to put the truth about sunscreens and sun care out there and so everyone would have the power to make the right choice,” said Michael J. Russ. His experience as owner of Oceana Naturals, the U.S. distributor of MelanSol® Certified 100% Natural Skin Care products, has given him some great insight into the sunscreen industry, including many common misconceptions. “People are surprised when I tell them their traditional sunscreen doesn’t perform the way they think it does,” said Russ.

The 74 page eBook is written in a Q & A format and reveals surprising facts that are rarely discussed, including the hidden risks associated with traditional sunscreen, the affect sunscreens have on vitamin D production, the secret role of natural antioxidants during sun exposure, the real meaning of the Sun Protection Factor (SPF), how to select the right sunscreen for your skin pigment, the three pillars of healthy sun care, and more.

Russ describes his inspiration for authoring this type of informative book about sunscreen, “There is a wealth of misinformation about how to safely engage with the sun. I wrote this book with Peter Zahner, the inventor of the MelanSol® formulas, to give everyone the facts necessary to engage with the sun in a safe and healthy way that is personal to them."

Engaging with the sun is a given. Doing in a way that puts you in complete control of the health of your skin is easy, once you have all the facts. This book delivers on those facts in a way that is easy to understand and immediately put to use, making is must read for everyone young and old alike.

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Reviewers Needed For Thiller Novel

Immaculate Deception, by Donald Tucker, begs the question about divine dispensation, Papal politics and Catholic controlled courts.

Two years after executing a major sting operation that places Tony Masella, one of Chicago’s most notorious counterfeiters behind bars, U. S. Secret Service agent Wesley Charles receives an urgent call from the DC Bureau. Wes soon discovers that Masella, now released from prison, is part of a slick international Vatican-based counterfeiting ring of pedophile priests.

The Vatican is using counterfeit money to staunch the flood of lawsuits involving pedophile cases that threaten to bankrupt the Roman Catholic Church worldwide. World-famous couturier “Peppi” Giuseppe Tubiano and his lover, “Father Ira” (Philip Tuma), who is director of the Chicago archdiocese consortium of non-profit foundations, operate a global bank trading and counterfeiting scam, using the counterfeit money to pay off the courts. The Church performs “rituals of forgiveness” for its pedophile priests, retiring or relocating them to distant dioceses where they are free to continue their sexual debauchery.

Blackmail becomes the flavor of the day when Italian police officer Angela Micele, a smoky-eyed Sophia Loren look-like and her sexy friend, Maria Pelino, who works in the Rome USSS offices as a translator, cook up a plot to seek revenge for Angela’s USSS boyfriend murdered by the Mafia in a bungled attempt to bring down the Italian counterfeiters. Agent Charles, the two women and Maria’s cousin Nicky, a member of the Vatican Swiss Guard, pull off a series of elaborate high tech stunts in the final scene underneath the Sistine Chapel only hours after the new pope has been elected.

Although this is a fiction work, it is based on factual information. It is common knowledge that the courts are flooded with cases involving Catholic priests practicing pedophilia and sexual abuse. Few people are aware that these cases continue to go un-prosecuted while other non-Catholic sex offenders land behind bars with serious charges and long-term sentences. Immaculate Deception begs the question about divine dispensation, papal politics and Catholic controlled courts. 

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Dr. Satwant Kaur Gives Us a Peek at the Medical Industry’s Great Strides

Kaur, the ‘first lady of emerging technologies’ details some of the remarkable results of the medical industry’s technology boom.

Dr. Satwant Kaur, who gave the keynote address at the 2014 IT Expo in Miami later in January, has always made soaring predictions about the future of the medical industry. In speeches as well as her book, Transitioning Embedded Systems to Intelligent Environments, she treats listeners and readers alike with glimpses of a future that sounds straight out of science fiction. Dr. Kaur predicts a strange and exciting future, and as technology within the medical community advances rapidly, some of these fantastic changes will come sooner rather than we might think.

To understand some of Dr. Kaur’s predictions for the medical industry, one must first understand that in Intelligent Environments, countless connected embedded devices connect us with all things in our environment—whether it is at home, at the bottom of our oceans, or in our own clothes. Due to this, Intelligent health environments will be able to provide healthcare to remote patients, provide continuous biomedical monitoring, and utilize mobile technology to monitor health conditions.

Medical personnel will eventually be able to make better diagnosis after new IT infrastructures enable widespread information exchange. Also, Dr. Kaur assures that Intelligent remote health management technologies will move us toward a more proactive care model. For example, smart knee braces are embedded with motion sensors with which physicians monitor rehabilitating patients remotely after their discharge from the hospital. As patients exercise, the knee braces wirelessly send data to the doctor for view on any device. Such intelligent health environments also provide healthcare for specialized illness where there are shortages of specialists themselves.

As we go forward in 2014, more advancements will doubtlessly be made to make diagnosis and treatment easier on both patient and doctor; with her expertise and wisdom, Dr. Kaur is the perfect person to ease us into the medical industry of the future.

Dr. Satwant Kaur

Dr. Satwant Kaur holds a Bachelors of Technology in electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi, India. She has an MS in engineering and computer science from Oakland University in Oakland, Michigan. She also has a PhD in enhanced Internet protocols for efficient mobile communication from Oakland University.

She has received many awards and accolades for her unparalleled accomplishments in technology, including: Intel’s 2009 Technology Innovation Award, Intel’s 2009 Outstanding Women Award, and IEEE EIT’s 2001 best paper award for her paper “Mobile IP and Implementation of Regional Registration”.

Dr. Satwant Kaur, First Lady of Emerging Technologies®in all communications including all electronic, broadcast, and print media formats. Dr. Satwant Kaur is not endorsed by any third-party affiliation, organization, or employer and all opinions are solely of Dr. Kaur's, and do not reflect the opinions and/or views of any third-party affiliation, organization, or employer. For further information, please refer to her web site Dr. Satwant Kaur may be contacted at her email"For more information, please visit, expresses her own personal views and opinions


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Monday, February 24, 2014

Thief In The House

A Real Ocean’s Eleven story of a Texas family that robs the mob owned casino-twice.

Thief In The House is a story big screen action movies are made of. Hopper was twenty-six in 1992, when his father persuaded him to participate in a daring daylight robbery of the famous Las Vegas Stardust Casino. It didn’t take much — just an envelope stuffed with $5,000 that convinced him on "Stealing Vegas," telling his boss off, and leaving to embark on the criminal enterprise with his father, brother and an accomplice.

Beaumont Man Pleads in Stardust Casino Heist
The robbery netted $489.00 in case and $637.000 in checks. The loot was stolen inside the casino.

“The door to my room was a thin black cloth and black curtains kept the bright lights from shinning in my windows. I put Wasted Time by the Eagle’s on the stereo and slid down between the speakers. Wasted time is what my life was, nothing but a waste. I opened the chamber of the revolver and checked to be sure it was fully loaded. Yes, all six were there. I closed the chamber, spun it and put the barrel to my head, then in my mouth. The letter I wrote wasn’t long but it should do the job, “ Jeff writes. “After thirty years I still remember the taste of the metal pistol and the sound of the hammer fall.”

Thief In The House is the stuff movie goers would get out of the house to go see. I did not write Thief In The House to glamorize crime but to share my journey from ‘Heist to Healing’ and the second chance I have been given to make things right." There is one thing that sets this compelling story apart from all the rest; one thing that is very different. This is the true life story, the hell Jeff lived and the recovery that he has made to going back into those same prisons to help bring men out. The date April 6th, 1992, will forever be etched in Jeff’s mind when four men decided to "Steal Vegas" and he became a Thief in the House.

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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

A New Addition to the Bill Reyner Series

Wentworth M. Johnson is back with ‘Edinburgh Cuckoos,’ a thrilling page-turner and the third novel in his Bill Reyner Mystery Adventures series.

William Reyner is a private eye who’s seen his share of trouble, and paid dearly for it.  He’s uncovered the truth behind mysterious murders, saved an associate from being framed, and accomplished a series of dangerous, narrow escapes.  However, he’s never faced challenges quite like those in Edinburgh Cuckoos, Wentworth M. Johnson’s new addition to his Bill Reyner Mystery Adventures series.

Bill Reyner might be described as a bit of Sherlock Holmes, a dash of Indiana Jones, and a loving grandson, all rolled into one.  However, he’s determined to stop taking cases; his detective work has caused him and others he cares about far too much pain.  When a former flame summons him to England, he imagines a harmless vacation is in order; however, he’s in store for a great deal of trouble.

A series of mishaps awaits Bill Reyner and his associate, North, in England; but his former flame’s new fiancĂ©e and lost passports pale in comparison to the great dangers lurking ahead.  Despite his reluctance, Bill Reyner can’t help but be pulled into the investigation of a missing woman.  Amongst a backdrop of picturesque Scottish castles and even more beautiful damsels, he uncovers dark secrets and a puzzle worth millions of dollars, not to mention many lives.

Bill Reyner’s journey begins as a simple case taken on during a vacation, but transforms into perhaps his most dangerous mystery yet.  Wentworth M. Johnson keeps readers on the edge of their seats during Edinburgh Cuckoos, the third, thrilling installment of his Bill Reyner Mystery Adventures series.

Wentworth M. Johnson

Wentworth M Johnson is a Canadian writer of science fiction and mystery adventure novels.  He was born in 1939 in March, Cambridgeshire, England, and is the great grandson of renowned playwright, dramatist and theatrical producer William Edward Bourne.  A veteran of the RAF, Wentworth M. Johnson worked with the Ghurka regiment reclaiming Borneo after the Indonesian invasion, as navigator with 1125 Marine Craft unit chasing pirates in the South China Sea, and in Nairobi on international communications.  He moved to Canada after leaving the Royal Air Force in 1967 and worked in lumber and munitions before landing a job at a local television station.  He spent twenty- eight years there before retiring early in 2000 to concentrate on his writing, as well as his hobbies: flying scale model aircraft, playing the Bagpipes and any woodwind instrument, and collecting British postage stamps.  As an author Wentworth M. Johnson’s lifelong passions have been writing and English history with a love for the medieval period.

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