Tag: Lillian Taylor Stajnbaher

Krymea: River of Blood

Krymea: River of Blood

Now on shelves, our first print release. Before the information age, it was possible to grow up believing in fairy tales rich in the promise of the American Dream, liberty and justice for all, with It’s A Small World After All our mantra and Aquarius as our anthem. We reeled from the assaults on our […]

Krymea: River of Blood

Krymea: River of Blood

On shelves soon, our first print release. Before the information age, it was possible to grow up believing in fairy tales rich in the promise of the American Dream, liberty and justice for all, with It’s A Small World After All our mantra and Aquarius as our anthem. We reeled from the assaults on our […]

Open Letter: A Dreadful Disappointment

Open Letter: A Dreadful Disappointment

    March 3, 2015   Dr. Sid Credle Hampton University Hampton, Virginia  23668   Sean Crane Executive Vice President Chief Operating Officer The Fresh Market 628 Green Valley Road Suite 500 Greensboro, NC 27408         Re:  Historically Professional Looks   Dear Messrs. Credle and Crane,   As an African American woman with very sensitive skin, […]

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Expats Publishing

Expats Publishing

A Few Perspectives: The Mermaid Chronicles and other stories [Kindle Edition] Lillian Taylor Stajnbaher (Author), Dean Walker (Editor), Dr. Bill Akpinar (Foreword) Lao Tzu (c.604 – 531 B.C.) taught that to know thyself is wisdom, and to master thyself, power. But how? What is it to be self-aware, and how does one become his or […]

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