The Bond by Paula McCoy Williams

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The Bond

By Paula McCoy Williams


A story about a substitute teacher and some of the adventures she has with her students. This also tells the story of her relationship with her new husband and some of the surprises that life throws at them and the important lessons learned from the life surprises. This book has it all, action, adventure, romance, and surprises. Its a book that anyone will enjoy.



About the author:
Paula McCoy Williams

Paula has always loved the written word since she was young. She loved how stories could transport you to a different world and also help you to learn about different events. Paula has been a freelance writer/ editor for a small community newspaper in her native Canada and she has had some of her poetry published as well as an article recently published in Woman’s World Magazine. Paula hopes to inspire and help others with her writing and she has dreamed of becoming the next Danielle Steel.


Available in Paperback

Now Available on KINDLE



Do You Have: “The Face of a President” ?

The Face of a President

Fascinating face recognition analysis can predict if you could become the next President.


The Science of Face Recognition
Impacts Your Life Directly!

Whether it’s time for the Presidential election or another election, the faces of those who win the election will be seen for many months to come.

Isn’t it time to look beyond what you see right now on a face and discover the facial characteristics of a leader and a President?

In The Face of a President, you will discover the results of a first level facial recognition analysis of the previous 44 Presidents’ faces. What do they all have in common? How can these commonalities predict who will be the next President?


Another Book That Will Change the Way You View Faces

In this easy-to-read, eye-opening book that introduces you to the field of facial recognition, the following will be revealed:

– What characteristic every single President since George Washington has had on his face. (If you do not have this one, you will never be President.)

– Why a certain type of eyebrow denotes strength while others don’t

– What the height of a President’s lips says about him

– How President Clinton became President based on one sexy feature

– How to tell the difference between Presidents who look alike, and always get it right

– How you got into face recognition as a baby without even knowing it

– And a lot more…
Don’t be surprised if you can recognize and name many of the Presidents after reading this book. This introduction to face recognition makes the subject real and practical for anyone to learn! You can even learn it with your children.


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Meet the Author: Dr. Donna Schwontkowski

At a very young age, Donna Schwontkowski surprised her family with a sketch of a pretty young girl’s face. Proud of what she had done, she was surprised when her family warned that becoming an artist was not a desired occupation for girls. Not knowing any better, she took what they said as gospel and transferred her passion to the development of intellectual skills and honed her cooking skills.

With a Midwestern work ethic, she busied herself by obtaining her first nutrition degree and worked in professional jobs until a friend told her all the medical sciences he was learning in chiropractic school. “It’s everything you always wanted to know,” he assured her, and she immediately applied, was accepted, and resigned as Dietitian/Director of Food Service at a 197-bed nursing home.

One time in her life, Donna returned back to her love of drawing the face when a marketing manager failed to organize memory seminars. Counting on the income from those seminars, she had to think and act quickly. She enrolled in a four-week art course in Chicago and the instructor mentioned how easy it would be to learn how to do caricatures. She invested in the video training, practiced on everyone she met, and the next weekend she was booked at a booth at a July 4th town festival. At that event, she made enough money to meet all her expenses.

While at chiropractic school, Donna saw the need for not only herself but other students to learn large volumes of information quickly. Because there was no system that taught medical students to do this, she created her own system, which was later named the Million Dolllar Memory Method. She set up seminars to help students master their coursework and they flocked to her seminars.

After graduating and practicing chiropractic medicine with an emphasis in nutrition and herbs for awhile, it was the 911 tragedy that prompted Dr. Donna to create a memory system for people to remember faces flawlessly. Her first book, Million Dollar Memory for Names & Faces, was followed by the Who Was That Person? book series – How to Identify Someone Just From Their Eyebrows, How to Identify Someone Just From Their Eyes, and How to Identify Someone Just From Their Nose. There are worldwide reviews for these books on the website,

Dr. Donna still enjoys giving keynote speeches and training in not only face recognition, but also nutrition, health and memory. She can be reached through her website.

Dr. Donna’s Website:
Book Order Page
Twitter: IdentifyFaces



Every Teacher Matters – Interview with Kathryn Lovewell

Every Teacher Matters

Inspiring Well-Being Through Mindfulness
By Kathryn Lovewell

Kathryn Lovewell’s book has such a powerful role to play. If every child matters, then it must follow as night follows day that every teacher matters. Felicia A Huppert, Professor of Psychology, Director of the Well-being Institute, University of Cambridge

Teachers are the most valuable resource in Education. Why is it that so little investment is made to supporting teachers to ensure they can sustain effective teaching and learning in the classroom?

What if we were to invest time and energy back into the core of education, the teachers? What if we were to publicly express how valuable teachers really are? What if we lived in a society that made emotional health and well being in the workplace a priority? What if we lived in a world where emotional intelligence was prioritized over any other subject so that learning could be accessed more easily and effortlessly?

This is an important book that
should be read by:

School Administrators

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Meet the Author: Kathryn Lovewell

Every Teacher Matters

Kathryn is the author of: EVERY TEACHER MATTERS….
Inspiring Well-Being through Mindfulness

This new book: recognizes the immense value and importance of socially and emotionally competent teachers and the impact teacher well-being has on student behaviour and achievement.

Having taught inside and outside mainstream education for the last 20 years, Kathryn specializes in emotional resilience. She trains Senior Leaders, Teachers, students and prisoners to manage their stress healthily and effectively to cope with the ever increasing emotional and psychological demands of teaching and learning.

Kathryn’s mission is to reduce stress in schools and promote well-being. She is committed to heart-centred teaching and learning, where education embraces the well-being of every teacher and student.

Connect with Kathryn:

Kathryn’s website url:
Twitter account: @kathrynlovewell
Facebook Account

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Cutting Corners: A Complete College Handbook For Getting A’s The Easy Way by Justin Rich

Cutting Corners:
A Complete College Handbook
For Getting A’s The Easy Way
By Justin Rich

Controversial, yet helpful and informative, college guide cracked Amazon’s Top 10 List for College Guides…one to watch out for in the next couple months

Why waste all night studying when you can go out and party with your friends instead?

This is a serious book, but you’ll have a lot of fun reading it. “Cutting Corners” gives you step-by-step instructions on how to deal with every facet of the college experience like a master.

Using the methods outlined in this book, you’ll be able to get in and out of the painful classes you hate with as little effort as possible.

You’ll learn how to:

– Cut down on studying time exponentially
– Memorize test material using your favorite movie lines and song lyrics
– Negotiate with your professor so you can get your grade rounded up
– Skate through boring homework assignments, papers, and group projects
– Pick the right professors in advance so you can minimize your class time and maximize your grade potential

Cutting Corners” is not for the faint of heart, but the author does a good job of balancing coarse language and blunt instruction with some real heart. There’s also nothing about cheating in it – it’s all about beating the system with some integrity, which is good to know. If you’ve got a college student in your life that wants to read something that sounds like it was written by their friend, check out “Cutting Corners.”

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