Hello Booksie Friends:
I just published online with Kindle Direct Publishing. My poetry book is called: "A Red Barn in the Midwest Chapbook: 30 Country Poems"
The book is $ 2.99 and going to be available in 13 countries. The book cover was designed late, so should be up and running in 72 hours.
I also have published with America Star Books and those are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and popular online book sellers.
Thanks for what you do at Booksie everyone. I just love writing. I am not an expert and have much to learn.
My favorite authors are Norman Vincent Peale and George Orwell. I like writing about God, nature, animals & man.
Thanks for your support and God Bless U.
Kevin Rottweiler, author / poet
This book will have wide appeal not only among scholars who study the issues of civil war, its termination, and the role of the NGOs under auspices of the United Nations and the international community, but also among any students, policymakers and aid workers of the variety of ideas who are interested in one of the most fundamental and pressing questions of our time: how to build peace in states that are trying to recover from devastating civil wars: how effectives are the NGOs, those that rooted in the Western World, those that are natural outgrowths in target countries, and those that join the two (the philanthropic spirit and practical necessity of “elimination” and the charitable spirit of “relieving”) in peacekeeping, mediating conflict and in working for national reconciliation, rebuilding political institutions and lay a firm foundation for the country's successful growth, starting from transition arrangements and then moving towards a permanent and viable political apparatus? Since this is the first book on the debate of the affairs between Sudan and the international community, the intention is to provide readers with a concise, analytical review of the history of Sudan's civil war and the nature of challenges faced by the Sudanese populations since 1983, as well as, the major role played by the western countries and their NGOs. The problems in the Sudan are complex, and no single mechanism would solve all of its elements. This book attempts to explain the underlying factors that trigger both the old (North-South) and new (Darfur) conflicts in Sudan. However, this book will not settle on one definite cause but rather make it clear that various current and historical factors are underlying two wars.
Throughout this book, my general aim has been to assess the dynamics of both the civil war in the South and new conflict in the Darfur, as well as, to define, analyze and compare the differences and similarities between the wars in Sudan, those being the ongoing North-South conflict and the new war in the Darfur region. In particular this book considers the factors which promote and maintain civil conflict…