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We have updated our Featured Books section!

You can find ALL of our great featured books and featured publishers there!

Our most recent book spotlight is special for the month of April. April is “National Autism Awareness Month”. We’ve spotlighted the ADAPTED FOR ACCESSIBILITY BOOKS written by Jeff McGunegle.

Adaptable Books

Adapted novels are used in school systems throughout the United States and especially in North Carolina. The novels have been used in research projecs by renowned Special Education department at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. The books have shown to be an effective literacy tool, especially to those with moderate-to-severe cognitive disabilities, such as autism.

To read more about these great books, just click on the Featured Books button on the left side of our site!

We have updated our Featured Books section! You can find ALL of our great featured books and featured publishers there! Our most recent book spotlight is special for the month of April. April is “National Autism Awareness Month”. We’ve spotlighted the ADAPTED FOR ACCESSIBILITY BOOKS written by Jeff McGunegle. Adapted novels are used in school […]

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Book Spotlight – A Fairies ABC – by Janet O’Rourke

A Fairies ABC

A Dream Come True…

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Written and Illustrated by Janet O’Rourke

If you’re a fan of fairies, you’ll love this book. While learning the ABCs of fairies, such as “W is for Wonderful”, you’ll get a chance to see the beautiful illustrations created by Janet O’Rourke.

About The Author – Janet O’Rourke

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Janet O’Rourke is an internationally known wood artist working alongside her husband Jay. Janet has taken this life long wood working skill and mixed in her passion for drawing fairies to create this magical book. She takes inspiration from the world around her and sprinkles fairies dust from her imagination to create these lovely & colorful illustrations. Janet lives in St. Petersburg, FL with her husband; her two dogs, Cash & Fiona; and her two cats, Zelda & Baby.

A Note From Janet

Welcome to my world…
A little dream come to life!
I have always loved fairies. As a little girl listening to my beautiful mom telling me stories I would imagine these beautiful creatures in my mind. Each of my fairies are here to spread abundant love, joy and happiness. I truly hope you enjoy them as much as I have had in creating them.

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JANET O’ROURKE DESIGNS
Janet and Jay O’Rourke

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There is a secret mystical quality to our vessels. We are so happy with our new work. We have been making wooden boxes and vessels for over 40 years, our main concentration for most of our career were hinged boxes and vessels out of exotic hardwoods. We were feeling really bad about using rainforest wood so now that we are using found wood we are doing something good for the environment. We are published in over 14 books an numerous magazine articles; we are in museum and corporate collections all over the world.
All our vessels are made of found wood from storms; we cure the wood for about a year sometimes putting it in a compost pile to spault the wood, beautiful black patters are brought out when there is a fungus in the wood.
Jay is fantastic wood turner. He turns these pieces into hollow form wooden vessels and bowls. Then he gives them to me a blank canvas. I have my background in illustration so why not treat the wood like a canvas. I carve each finial mostly birds and other beautiful images from our garden, our inspiration! Then I use pigments on the woods with our own formula. Then I do Pyrography and paint the pieces and to most of these add a little magic. So if our work makes you smile and you feel good that’s our goal and we have made you happy!

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Click the logo below to be directed to Janet’s website

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Janet O’Rourke Designs and Jay O Boxes fanpage.

A Fairies ABC A Dream Come True… Written and Illustrated by Janet O’Rourke If you’re a fan of fairies, you’ll love this book. While learning the ABCs of fairies, such as “W is for Wonderful”, you’ll get a chance to see the beautiful illustrations created by Janet O’Rourke. About The Author – Janet O’Rourke Janet […]

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Book Spotlight – “THE ROGUE AVIATOR” & “DEAD TIRED” by Ace Abbott

“THE ROGUE AVIATOR”

& “DEAD TIRED”

 by Ace Abbott

 Ace Abbott Books

What Are They About?

 

THE ROGUE AVIATOR

Take a ride on the wild side throughout Ace Abbott’s thirty-six year journey that includes: exhilarating low-level formation flights and night airborne refueling missions in the F-4 Phantom; five-star hotels and restaurants in Paris, greasy cargo ramps, and South American jails. Ace’s journey will oscillate between aviation penthouses to aviation outhouses as he transistions through the turbulence of the airline post-deregulation chaos.

This radically erratic adventure is filled with equally implausible, pulse-racing aviation anecdotes and scenarios that reveal Ace’s frequent excursions “outside of the box.” Ace will take you to places where few layman or pilots have ever been. He will relate his close encounter with the Rastafarian culture when he smuggles Bob Marley out of Kingston, Jamaica. He hobnobs with iconic celebrities and Palm Beach Socialites while his chauffeuring of the rich and famous provides him a millionaire’s lifestyle on a school teacher’s salary.

An additional theme of this book is aviation safety, particularly regarding the current front and center issue of pulot fatigue. Ace related his all-too-frequent personal experiences of fatigue in the cockpit and discusses the role of the FAA and the pilot unions regarding this problem. The stories of duty periods in excess of twenty hours were a result of his exposure to “the back alleys of aviation.”

 

DEAD TIRED

Dead Tired reversed equals tired dead, and this reversal stands out as the primary theme of this book, namely the problem of tired pilots who wind up dead.

  • The issue of tired pilots crashing airplanes is now out of the closet. Unfortunately, it took an ugly accident (Continental Flight 3407 at Buffalo, New York, on January 12, 2009) to get the issue into front-and-center headlines.
  • Dead Tired sheds additional light on the Buffalo catastrophe and offers the reader an in-depth understanding of the ongoing, pilot-fatigue problem.
  • This book also brings to light the FAA’s disregard for the safety and the well-being of cargo pilots by exempting them from the long-awaited revised rest and duty time rules.
  • The accident and incident reports of tired-pilot crashes have been included to present the case for a need for heightened awareness of the potential damage resulting from tired pilots in the cockpit.
  • The added educational material related to sleep deprivation, its symptoms, and counter-measures are relevant for pilots, for professional drivers, and for any driver who has ever taken charge of automobile in a tired condition.
  • Please fasten your seat belt and remain alert!

 

About the Author – Ace Abbott

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ACE ABBOTT, born and raised on a farm in upstate New York entered the Air Force in 1965 and became an F-4 Phantom fighter pilot based in the Far East. In 1971 he began his civilian career as a Learjet charter pilot. From 1980 until 2002 he was a Boeing 727 Captain with several airlines. A 36 year aviation career took him to 44 countries with 25 employers.

 

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Ace (on the right) with two other best-selling aviation authors,
Pete Buffington and Sully Sullenberger.

 LINKS

To find out more about “The Rogue Aviator”,
see more pictures, read Ace’s blog,
get a special offer of a signed copy, and much more,
go to The Rogue Aviator website at:
www.therogueaviator.com

To find out more about “Dead Tired”,
read some excerpts and more,
go the the Dead Tired website at:
www.deadtiredpilots.com

Find Ace on Twitter:
Click HERE

“THE ROGUE AVIATOR” & “DEAD TIRED”  by Ace Abbott   What Are They About?   THE ROGUE AVIATOR Take a ride on the wild side throughout Ace Abbott’s thirty-six year journey that includes: exhilarating low-level formation flights and night airborne refueling missions in the F-4 Phantom; five-star hotels and restaurants in Paris, greasy cargo ramps, and […]

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BEGOTTEN: WITH LOVE Spotlight – By Jo Ann V. Glim

BEGOTTEN WITH LOVE

By Jo Ann V. Glim

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What’s It About?

BEGOTTEN: With Love is divided into 4 distinctive segments chronicling the resilience of the human spirit through the best and worst of occasions. Based on the author’s 30-years of genealogical and historical research, the book brings to life each generation and lets the readers live the experiences as the characters and plots unfold.

About the Author – Jo Ann V. Glim

Jo Ann Glim’s professional career (as a disc jockey and copywriter) began in the late 1960s in Chicago on the all jazz radio station WSDM-FM when she answered a help-wanted ad in the Chicago Tribune which boldly stated: No experience necessary. The 24-year-old whose personal life was in shambles (a 6-year marriage on the rocks and no marketable job skills), laughingly thought, for once, I qualify!

The Chess brothers of Chess/Checker/Cadet record fame envisioned a station with all–female, on-air personalities at a time when only a handful of women were on the radio. This opportunity not only hone Glim’s writing and communication skills but helped establish a market for other women entering the broadcasting field. A highlight for Glim and fellow DJ Jan Bina was a co-written Flukies Restaurant commercial which was in contention for a (1969) Clio Award. Through the years, she worked in the following markets: WSDM-FM Chicago (Jazz); KMPX-FM San Francisco (Underground); and KIKI-AM Hawaii (Top 40).

That was the “glamorous” side of her resume. One she is grateful to have enjoyed but she was also fascinated by the inner workings of business management and now, remarried and living in the suburbs, wanted to experience corporate life. Glim began as a file clerk with Kelly Services and throughout the years took advantage of every business class Kelly and the local junior colleges offered. 16 years later, Glim retired as an on-site manager at Baxter Healthcare’s Human Resources (IV Systems) division… still employed through Kelly Services.

The one constant in Glim’s life has been writing. As a 40-year veteran of freelance writing with credits to her name for Hallmark cards and one-liners for nationally known comedians, her credentials also include: a weekly column, Day to Day Pomposities and Other Illusions which appeared in 14 Lakeland Newspapers in nothern Illinois for 6 years and received first-place honors as Best Humorous Column on family life by the northern Illinois Pess Association in the 1980′s; and a monthly column Spotlight on Non-Profits for the Manatee County Chamber of Commerce in Florida which showcased the good works of non-profit organizations in the community and how business could help support their efforts.

When Glim decided to write a book, it was intended as a family history (in story form) fro her children and grandchildren. It became apparent the storym, although personal in nature, shared a universal message for anyone who has profited from the labors and dreams of the immigrant and maginifes the fact that every family has its story.

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Testimonial

“After reading the first couple of pages about Maggie, Sannie, and Cameron, I thought immediately of Charles Frazier’s book, Cold Mountain which is one of my all-time favorites. This first chapter also took me back to Ken Burns and his documentary of the Civil War.

In my opinion, the author captures the background and mood of this horrific time in our history. Her writing style is very descriptive and pulls one from paragraph-to-paragraph which is not easy to accomplish.”

- Jim Williamson, Author of the Lessons Leaned series
(2003), Comendium Publishing, after reading the first
chapter of BEGOTTEN: With Love.

This American History / Memoir ‘Reads like fiction… but it’s not.”

- Bob Marvin, Indie Author

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BEGOTTEN: With Love

Judge, Writers Digest
21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards

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Judges Commentary from

Writer’s Digest October 2013

For

BEGOTTEN: With Love

By

Jo Ann V. Glim

“Begotten With Love” takes a creative premise for telling a family’s story and succeeds beautifully. The fictionalization of ancestral history works well and makes this family history read more like an intersting novel. It also makes it a universal story – readers who had grandparents or great-grandparents who came to America through Ellis Island, or immigrated from toher countries, can see themselves and their families in this narrative.

The author does a great job in capturing time, place and character, with enough history thrown in to help readers place themselves in time. The book is nicely written, and the hard work the author did both with her research and getting the book just right shows.

The cover is professional and eye-catching, making a reader want to pick the book up and find out more about those interesting people. While she should be deservedly proud of her achievement, the book can stand on its own, and readers only need to know what a good job she did with it. It’s about what the author says in the end, after all, not about who she is.

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LINKS

www.BEGOTTENtheBook.com

Begotten: With Love’s official website including
back-story and photos

www.Only1Way2Write.blogspot.com

Weekly blog with tips and pointers for writers/authors

www.facebook.com/JVGlim.author

LIKE/Follow the author’s page and help her in the ratings

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 Here is Jo Ann with Jess (our Pre-Press man who handled the job before printing),
Maryellen O’Rourke (our head CSR Rep who helped her along the way), and
Eli Blyden of Crunch Time Graphics (who designed the book and formatted it)!

BEGOTTEN WITH LOVE By Jo Ann V. Glim What’s It About? BEGOTTEN: With Love is divided into 4 distinctive segments chronicling the resilience of the human spirit through the best and worst of occasions. Based on the author’s 30-years of genealogical and historical research, the book brings to life each generation and lets the readers live […]

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SPOTLIGHT – GODZCHILD PUBLICATIONS

A&A PRINTING SPOTLIGHT

GODZCHILD PUBLICATIONS

A&A Printing is starting this year’s spotlights with another one of our great long-term
publishing companies, Godzchild Publications. Godzchild has been with us since
July of 2011 and we have printed over 40 books for them.

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ABOUT THE COMPANY

Godzchild Publications (hereafter Godzchild, Inc.) is a full-service publishing company dedicated to advancing the Kingdom of God through inspired writing and Christian book production. With the capacity to support both accomplished and aspiring writers from their first written page to their book signing for the completed work, Godzchild Inc. seeks to guide the inexperienced author who faces difficulty navigating traditional publishing avenues, and to support the seasoned writer who may be looking for greater freedom and collaboration in publishing equally.

Godzchild, Inc. is an unapologetically Christian enterprise. Its ministry, however, is to Christian and non-Christian writers alike. Its hope is to bring not only readers to authentic faith in Christ, but writers too. Unique in highlighting the diversity of Christian thought and experiences, Godzchild Inc. brings a new and wide set of perspectives to the publishing world.

Godzchild Inc. reserves the right to fully examine and accept, deny, or edit (with the author’s permission) the projects it considers for publication. While we welcome the opportunity to work with authors of various backgrounds and persuasions, we remain committed to Christ-like values and standards.

 

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Email: godzchildinc@gmail.com

Phone: 1-877-777-7016

Fax: 973-484-7923

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A&A PRINTING SPOTLIGHT GODZCHILD PUBLICATIONS A&A Printing is starting this year’s spotlights with another one of our great long-term publishing companies, Godzchild Publications. Godzchild has been with us since July of 2011 and we have printed over 40 books for them. ABOUT THE COMPANY Godzchild Publications (hereafter Godzchild, Inc.) is a full-service publishing company dedicated […]

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Christmas Book Spotlight – QUEENIE’S LAST CHRISTMAS – by Lawton Walcott

QUEENIE’S LAST CHRISTMAS

A Children’s Short Story & Colouring Book
 

by Lawton Walcott

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What is it about?

Briefly speaking, Queenie is an old bearded fig tree which has seen everything that has happened in Barbados since its discovery by the English settlers around 1627. These events include hurricanes, riots, etc. The story is about Queenie’s Last Christmas.

 

About the Author – Lawton Walcott

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Lawton Walcott is a retired Banker with a love for writing. He holds a B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Management, from the University of the West Indies, and is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, London.

Lawton is married to Delphi and is the father of four and grand-father of ten.

Queenie’s Last Christmas is the first in a series of children’s books to be written by the Author, who is also a Puzzle Maker and creator of the cartoon character; ‘Wire Man’ published in the Daily Nation Newspaper in Barbados.

We hope you enjoy reading this book and encourage you to also look for the other 2 books in the Queenie series, soon to be published as outlined below.

  • Queenie and the Last Canes
  • Queenie and the Haunted Woods

Lawton Walcott is also author of:

My Favourite Healing Scriptures – (Thirty-one One-A-Day/Plus 9 for Rainy Days) and

My Favourite Encouragement Scriptures – (Thirty-one One-A-Day/Plus 9 for Rainy Days).

 

COLOUR ME & WIN COLOURING CONTEST!

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Inside the book you will find all the details you will need
to enter the “Color Me & Win” contest!
You could win some great art prizes!
GOOD LUCK!

QUEENIE’S LAST CHRISTMAS A Children’s Short Story & Colouring Book   by Lawton Walcott What is it about? Briefly speaking, Queenie is an old bearded fig tree which has seen everything that has happened in Barbados since its discovery by the English settlers around 1627. These events include hurricanes, riots, etc. The story is about […]

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Book Spotlight – “Parent Fatigue Syndrome” – by Joanna Hulton, Ph.D. with Blethyn Hulton

PARENT  FATIGUE  SYNDROME

What To Do When Conventional Wisdom
Is Not Very Wise

by Joanna Hulton, Ph.D.
with Blethyn Hulton

 

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Author’s Statement

It has always been a dream of mine to write a book for parents, combining what I know about child development and psychoanalysis. In Parent Fatigue Syndrome I believe I have done that, and have crafted a guide to help parents in the creation of their own unique parenting style, one that is joyous in both its practice and outcome.

Written with the same sense of empathy and humor I use in my psychotherapy practice, the book explains how parents become fatigued by their natural re-identification with their own parents as they start to raise children. Steeped in outdated conventional wisdom stored in the memories of their childhood, modern-day parents do not feel that they are parenting effectively. To promote successful parenting and combat parenting fatigue, I provide an informative discussion of child development and stage-appropriate parenting techniques.

In addition, the book highlights the essential need for the children to experience all their emotions, secure in the knowledge of their parents’ acceptance and support; and it describes specific relationships formed with primary caregivers and how they contribute to the healthy growth of both adult and child. I use both poignant case vignettes from my therapuetic practice as well as personal anecdotes to make the succinct theoretical presentation warm and accessible to parents looking for direction. And in the final section, Kitchen Table Therapy, I close with practical exercises based on the material in previous chapters.

The book embodies knowledge and experience gained from over 30 years as a parent, teacher and psychotherapist. In weaving together the newest research in infant brain development, child development theory, and the humanistic psychoanalytic principles of Heinz Kohut’s Self Psychology, I provide parents with insights that are now only widely known in academia.

 

About the Author – Joanna Hulton, Ph.D.

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Joanna Hulton, Ph.D. is a NY State Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Psychoanalyst with over 30 years of experience in the fields of mental health and education. She is now in private practice on Long Island, New York. She was awarded a Ph.D. from Union Institute and University, and she completed her post-doctoral psychoanalytic training at The New York Institute for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. She has worked as a teacher and therapist in both private and public school settings and has developed innovative curricula to meet the needs of regular and special education programs. Dr. Hulton has also served as an adjunct professor at C.W. Post College. During her tenure, she developed a trilogy of institutes that define a sub-specialty in Mental Health Counseling. Parent Fatigue Syndrome is her first book. You can read more about her work at http://www.parentandeducatorforum.com.

Where You Can Find “Parent Fatigue Syndrome”

Parent Fatigue Syndrome is available in paperback on Amazon.

Look for the ebook on Smashwords in December 2013.

PARENT  FATIGUE  SYNDROME What To Do When Conventional Wisdom Is Not Very Wise by Joanna Hulton, Ph.D. with Blethyn Hulton     Author’s Statement It has always been a dream of mine to write a book for parents, combining what I know about child development and psychoanalysis. In Parent Fatigue Syndrome I believe I have done […]

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Book Spotlight – GHOSTS OF PROCTOR’S THEATRE: A STORY – by Winifred Elze

GHOSTS OF PROCTOR’S THEATRE

A Story

by Winifred Elze

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What’s It About?

In an old vaudeville theatre, the ghost of a magician challenges an adventurous young psychic to a duel at midnight. The psychic accepts. She has six hours to prepare for the fight of her life.

Her guide in exploring the theatre is Will Bradley, head of maintenance. Will is well-acquainted with the ghosts who haunt it, from Azzy the guard dog through all the numerous vaudevillians who continue to perform unseen.

One ghost has it in for him – although he did NOT kill her.

Not yet.

About The Author – Winifred Elze

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I graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Science in Dramatic Arts (I don’t understant that, either), then acted for a season with the Trinity Square Repertory Company in Providence, RI.

I moved to Manhattan and married Robert Warlock, who was also an actor then. For many years now Bob has worked at Proctors. We live in Schenectady and have three grown children.

In addition to the novels listed on this website (winifredelze.com), I have had short stories published in Art Times, Blueline, Bellowing Ark, and The Wisconsin Restaurateur. I also worked as the Argyle reporter for the Glens Fall Post Star and wrote feature articles and interviews for TV Data.

Member: The Authors Guild, The Hudson Valley Writers Guild

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“Ghosts of Proctor’s Theatre”

featured in The Daily Gazette

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Proctors event includes ghost tour, paranormal investigation

BY BILL BUELL, Gazette Reporter

Winifred Elze’s book may be fiction, but if you believe in ghost stories, then there’s no telling how much of her work might be true.

“Ghosts of Proctor’s Theatre: A Story,” Elze’s seventh book of fiction, is newly published and is available at Proctors’ Gift Centre. In conjunction with the new book, Proctors is holding a ghost tour at 8 p.m. Friday that will take visitors to places most patrons of the theater have never seen before. And, for those interested in some serious ghost hunting, “Proctors Lights Out Paranormal Investigation” will be held at midnight.

Elze’s book is set in contemporary times, but the ghosts involved go back to the theater’s opening in 1926. An early book by her, “The Borgia Prince,” set the stage for her current work.

“The Borgia Prince’ was a murder-mystery set in Proctors, and now the woman who was killed is coming back to haunt the theater,” said Elze. “She’s picking on the maintenance man, and he decides to get a couple of psychics to do something about it.”

While there are enough ghost stories relating to Proctors to write a non-fiction book, Elze decided to stick with what she knows best.

STICKING TO FICTION

“It’s really a novella. Writing fiction is what I do best, and so instead of just listing the incidents and experiences of others, I wanted to do something that really holds all the stories together,” said Elze, who husband is Robert Warlock, a longtime Proctors employee.

“It still gave me the opportunity to include a lot of history and write about the many vaudeville performers that had performed here over the years.”

Many of those performers Elze encountered in her research are now serving as ghosts in her novel, including a German shepherd dog named Azzi.

“He was the guard dog for the theater and people have seen him frequently,” said Elze. “He’s probably the ghost people see the most often. During this one show and man felt a dog behind him, breathing on him and drooling on him, so he got annoyed and went and complained. He was told by someone with the theater, ‘there’s no dog here.’”

While Elze has heard numerous ghost stories, she has failed to encounter one herself.

“I haven’t seen any ghosts myself, but I know people who have heard things in the old dressing rooms, like water running, and they will check and there’s nothing there,” she said. “Other times they’ll hear people talking in the theater, but there will be nobody there.”

LOOKING UP STORIES

Elze beginning: looking into the many ghost stories at Proctors as well as the history of the theater itself after a conversation with family members last February.

“We were sitting around the dinner table talking about all the ghosts at Proctors, and it occurred to me that I could write a book if I could get enough material,” she said.

“Well, it started with my daughter; she worked there for a while and had a few stories, and then I started looking at old newpapers advertising who was performing at the theater and when. With the names of those performers, I started looking up their histories and it was all pretty interesting.”

A Schenectady resident and native of Staten Island, Elze graduated from New York University and worked as an actress in the New York area before turning to writing. Formerly a reporter for The Post Star in Glens Falls, she has written other books, including “Tilde,” the story of a sensitive and bi-polar young artist coming of age during the Great Depression.

TOURS SCHEDULED

If reading about ghosts isn’t enough, then Proctors is offering three one-hour tours beginning at 8 p.m. Admission for the ghost tour is $15, and anyone participating is invited to bring in their own “ghost hunting” equipment.

The “Proctors Lights Out Paranormal Investigation” will be led by Gary Robusto, founder of the Tri-City NY Paranormal Society.

The event will begin at midnight and last approximately two hours. It is recommended for ages 18 and over. Admission to the Paranormal Investigation is $30 and includes one fo the earlier tours.

LINKS

Winifred’s website: http://www.winifredelze.com

The Daily Gazette: http://www.dailygazette.com

Proctors Theater: http://www.proctors.org

GHOSTS OF PROCTOR’S THEATRE A Story by Winifred Elze What’s It About? In an old vaudeville theatre, the ghost of a magician challenges an adventurous young psychic to a duel at midnight. The psychic accepts. She has six hours to prepare for the fight of her life. Her guide in exploring the theatre is Will […]

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Book Spotlight – MICAH – by Dani Ramsey

MICAH
The true story of a young man who glorified God
in life and death.

by Dani Ramsey,  including excerpts from Micah’s writings.

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What’s It About?

At the age of 15, Micah Ramsey was athletic, bright, well-liked, hard-working, and a devoted Christian. Upon returning from a mission trip on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana, Micah was diagnosed with a “train-wreck” of a cancer called “Ewing’s Sarcoma.”

Walk through Micah’s journey as his true story is told by his mom, and be inspired by his life. As you peer into this young man’s life you will be encouraged.

Micah’s response to his apparent “death sentence” was, “We as human beings were created by God to worship and glorify Him. It is what we are designed to do. God also has had a plan for us since before we were born. Apparently one of His plans for my life is that I was to fight cancer. This is so that I can glorify and serve Him in some way. I do not know what this way is. What He is doing, I’m sure, my simple mind cannot fathom. God is all-knowing and I am not. That is the plain and simple truth. He is going to be GREATLY GLORIFIED through me fighting cancer. Not because I’m some great person, but because He is a great, mighty, and a totally awesome God.”

Read excerpts of Micah’s journals and notes and prayers. Prepare to be challenged to know God and trust Him with your life.

Micah’s story in a sense is all our stories. We each have a path to walk and a plan to fulfill. May you be encouraged and blessed by one young man’s story of faith, endurance, and ultimately triumph.

About the Author. Dani Ramsey

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Dani Ramsey is a “nobody, telling everybody about someone named Jesus.” She serves the Lord with her husband and children in the rural town of Rosedale, West Virginia. Together they have hosted thousands of mission workers, and ministered in the area for over 12 years.

Married for over 22 years, Dani considers her husband, Clark to be her soul mate and best friend. Clark and Dani love Christ, and try to spend their time on earth caring about the only things that are eternal: God, His Word, and the souls of men and women. Second only to the Lord, their children: Jeremiah, Micah, Charity, and Joy are the love of their life. When not ministering, their family enjoys fishing, hunting, gardening, farming, and sports. They all look forward to spending eternity with Jesus – TOGETHER FOREVER.

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MICAH The true story of a young man who glorified God in life and death. by Dani Ramsey,  including excerpts from Micah’s writings. What’s It About? At the age of 15, Micah Ramsey was athletic, bright, well-liked, hard-working, and a devoted Christian. Upon returning from a mission trip on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana, […]

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