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Jew in Jail by Gary Goldstein seeks to relive the author's life peaks and pitfalls into alcohol, drugs and gambling and his time spent in prison in order to teach readers a tough lesson: "that addiction doesn't discriminate, and that anyone-from any walk of life-is susceptible to this disease, as well as incarceration, if one doesn't live an honest, law-abiding life aided by a loving family and support group."
Gary Goldstein was born on October 18, 1961 in Brooklyn, New York. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism from Long Island University in 1983 and is a selected member of Sigma Delta Chi.
Before Gary's conviction, he worked for both CBS News and Sports, and NBC Sports, as a journalist, and has also worked at other media outlets and sports production companies in the Tri-State area as well. Since his release in 2004, Gary has also been employed in the construction industry, but is now retired.
Gary is single and has no children. He enjoys reading, writing, music, working out, spending time with family and friends, dating, and going to the beach, and still resides in his hometown of Brooklyn, New York, where he is currently working on his next book project. You may contact Gary at Gman18nyc@aol.com.
Ten Thousand Tongues secrets of a layered kitchen Strong matriarchs in the author’s family are the inspiration for “Ten Thousand Tongues.” These are stories of perseverance, and of a deep-rooted appreciation of family legacies that inspire and shape reverence to one’s culinary heritage. “Ten Thousand Tongues” is a biographical fiction about eight women who find… [Read More]
by Rick Hoover
Please join me in this venture learning about losing and winning. This is my story about life and learning to live the Christian life that God desires. Everyone has their ‘ups and downs’. Our lives are somewhat defined by these events. But even more so our lives are defined by how we handle these events. … [Read More]
by LaRayne Topp
Eighty-one seconds. That’s all the time it took a diabolical tornado to crash through Pilger, Nebraska, on June 16, 2014, destroying more than 40 percent of its homes plus its business district. Eighty-one seconds. That’s all the time it took for a tornado to destroy farms of the same size on the same day throughout… [Read More]
Set in the sweeping landscape of Montana, on the majestic, often perilous waters of Alaska, along the coastal lands and waterways of California, and in the skies over China and the Far East, Leaves from the Autumns of Yesterday tells the stories of people Ed Larson has lived with and loved. Ed Larson paints pictures… [Read More]
by LaRayne Topp
When European settlers first came to Cuming County, they saw only what the Omaha, Pawnee, Otoe, and Ponca, and a few early trappers and traders had always seen: grass. They found acres of big bluestem, little bluestem, switchgrass, and sideoats grama. With slough grass growing as tall as a man on horseback, landmarks–a lone tree… [Read More]