ONE HUNDRED DAYS, ONE HUNDRED NIGHTS By Gloria McSorley PAY IN G R E NT By Alex Zerm e no Alex Zermeno’s memoirs describe a community activist seeking civil rights and empowerment for Latino communities during the mid 1950s to early 2000s. Alex began as a “bird dog” during a voter registration drive in his hometown of Salinas, California. His community activism includes serving on various non-profit boards, assisting in organizing the United Farm Workers, and the various challenges involved while directing the Anti-Poverty program in the Mission District of San Francisco. Serving as Deputy Director of NCLR, a national Latino advocacy organization in Washington D.C., reinforced the idea of communities united can make a difference. Alex warmly and humorously writes of these experiences and of the family’s several cross country moves in his efforts to bring about positive change for Latinos. Gloria Burola McSorley had everything to make her world complete; good health, a loving husband, a beautiful family, and secure surroundings. She needed nothing more...until one day her world fell apart. It came without warning, without preparation–CANCER. She was thrown into a world she knew nothing about. One Hundred Days, One Hundred Nights is her intimate journey through the first few months of that world. How she dealt as a caregiver for her husband and the wide range of emotions and struggles that surround this disease. It is a tale of love, dedication, strength, courage, and hope. The book describes how she coped with the ups and downs and all the in between. She was even able to find a bright side at the end of each day. THE MI SADV E NTURES OF N ICK B y F l oyd W. Gi l l H OME S WEET HOME HANDBOOK By Ro n K ami nski The Misadventures of Nick is a collection of true stories of how Floyd W. Gill, a Deputy Sheriff and School Resource Officer in Alameda County, California of 28 years, worked to change the direction of many young lives. The stories follow the elementary, middle and high school years of a boy named Nick along with several of Nick’s school buddies—all of whom lacked the benefit of appropriate parental guidance. This is the true-life tale about bad choices, lessons learned, and lost opportunities. The Misadventures of Nick should be required classroom reading as it teaches students, educators and parents, that in the real world, choices have consequences. This book will make you laugh—but it will also make you cry. Knowledge is power. Home buyers and sellers beware. Home Sweet Home Handbook provides inclusive information in 20 chapters and eight glossary sections. With over 28 years’ experience serving almost 1,500 attorneys and over 200 financial sources, author Ron Kaminski, MBA, JD, advises consumers: Do not only rely on others for your financial protection. Before you sell or buy real estate, increase your odds for a troublefree, successful transaction by using the Home Sweet Home Handbook.
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