Dad’s War Photos: Adventures in the South Pacific
Using 400 pictures his father brought back from the South Pacific in WWII, author Neal Bertrand created a timeline and traced his father’s steps from home to boot camp to war and back. Portions of the battalion’s daily journal are included, adding adventure and drama to the story. There are nearly 80 photos of WWII airplanes, some with erotic artwork.
Down-Home Cajun Cooking Favorites
Featuring the best authentic Cajun recipes from Louisiana’s Bayou Country, this book shows you how to cook traditional Cajun meals as if you were born a Cajun! It takes you into the kitchens of some of south Louisiana’s best home cooks and contains 140 of the most popular dishes from Cajun Country, carefully selected to give a well-rounded sampling of the flavors of the region.
Rice Cooker Meals: Fast Home Cooking for Busy People
Shows how to feed a family of four quickly and easily for under $10 with leftovers! It contains 60 quick, easy meals you can make in a rice cooker, most in 30 minutes or less. Enjoy delicious recipes that are less expensive and healthier than fast food. One-pot cooking means less mess to clean up so you’ll be out of the kitchen in no time!
Slow Cooker Meals: Easy Cooking for Busy People
Easy, delicious, one-pot meals and desserts you can cook in your slow cooker. Start it in the morning and have a hot meal ready to feed the family later. Meals include jambalayas, sauce piquantes, étouffées, plus a large variety of soups, stews, and even gumbos.
Cajun Country Fun: Coloring & Activity Book
Filled with lively, easy-to-color cartoon characters and scenes from South Louisiana’s Cajun Country, this coloring and activity book will provide hours of fun and entertainment for your family. Captions and page numbers are in English and French. Activities include color-by-number, word search, a maze, and connect the dots.
From Cradle to Grave: Journey of the Louisiana Orphan Train Riders
What do three nuns, two mayors, a Baptist preacher, and the founder of a car dealership all have in common? They all rode an orphan train from New York City to Louisiana as small children! How would the shameful stigma of being an orphan affect their lives? Would they overcome the rejection of their past and the obstacles that were set before them? This is a collection of true life stories shared by those who knew them well.
A House For Eliza: The Real Story of the Cajuns
This novel goes beyond the stereotypes given the Cajuns by today’s media and tells the true story of a Cajun family in Lafayette, Louisiana, at the turn of the nineteenth century. Through the eyes of Eliza Landry, the reader will see what it was like to live on a fine plantation in the late 1800s and raise a family of seventeen children during two world wars and the Great Depression.
Never Say Goodbye: Real Stories of the Cajuns
A collection of short stories of the Cajuns. Includes “Never Say Goodbye,” “Wind Walkers,” and “After Tomorrow.”
Silent Prayer: A Spiritual Journey Toward Exposing the Occult
The Spiritual Warfare Series – Level One by Sudie Landry
Trail of Six Roses: Supernatural Events at Mother’s Funeral
The Spiritual Warfare Series – Level Two by Sudie Landry
Mom Bradley’s Crossover
Mom Bradley was 102 years old and ready to cross over. But her four daughters thought otherwise. They were not ready to release her. This complicated things.
Here is eyewitness testimony of supernatural events and answers to prayer during her last 13 days of earthly life.
Mom Bradley died. But yet she didn’t really die since she had Everlasting Life within her. She just crossed over from earth into Heaven to live with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
May her story touch your heart and make a believer out of you.
Supernatural Encounters of the Godly Kind
Join me as we into higher levels of His supernatural presence. You will read encounters of angelic visitors that came to my church; visions and dreams that warned of impending death; and stories to encourage you to avoid occult games or activities. You will take “field trips” with me as the Holy Spirit tells me where to go and what to do. One night I had severe pain in my leg. The Lord issued the gift of healing and I laid hands on myself and the pain went away. Supernatural encounters of the un-godly kind also happened, but the Holy Spirit was always there to see me through. My prayer is that this book will open your eyes to see, your ears to hear, and your heart to long for a deeper relationship to walk in the Supernatural Encounters of the Godly Kind.
Writers’ Guild Anthology
An anthology is a collection of selected writings by various authors. This selection of stories is brought to you by the Writers’ Guild of Acadiana in Lafayette, Louisiana. We are pleased to present the winners of our writing contests from the past three years whose stories include a variety of entertaining genres. You’ll find murder mystery, poetry, plot twists, science fiction, love stories, a limerick, and much more entertaining reading.
Samples from the back cover:
You are probably wondering, if I am dead, how am I telling this story? Well, it’s complicated. I’ll tell you the story if you promise not to judge me. What we did was wrong, but it was the only way. …A. Burleigh
Suddenly my eyes fell upon Frances and our eyes met intensely. She parted her moistened, luscious lips and spoke softly. “Are you going to give me my package?” …L. Broussard
First of all, Santa hated snow. He hated the icy cold. He hated driving that drafty sleigh year after year on Christmas Eve. It was way too small for all the stuff he had to carry, anyway. And there were too many children. And speaking of children, he’d grown to hate them. …J. François
Mary had been dead for at least a week. I had killed her with my own hands. Killed her without a second’s thought to the long-term ramifications of my impulsive action. The instant it was over I felt shell-shocked. …C. Bethel
As I looked at him in the casket, I realized that this was the second time that I had seen him killed. I wanted to make certain that he was really dead this time as I reached down and squeezed his hand. …G. Foche