U.S. Navy Lt. William Edwin Safford, the first American Lt. Governor of Guam, was the most prolific and influential public advocate for the people of Guam during the early 1900s—introducing the American public to the island, its culture and people. Several other writers, including U.S. naval officers before and after him, also wrote about the island but none with the force and compassion of Safford. This ebook not only chronicles his stay on the island but also serves as a primary source of information about Guam and her people at the turn of the Century. With over 500 links to additional information, hundreds of photographs and 16 original art renderings by Guam artist Judy Selk Flores, this book is a must for those interested in Guam’s history. Get yours today! Downloadable in 6 formats! iBook, Kindle, Google Play, Kobo, Nook and Generic EPUB. Click here to order.
Inspired by the resilience of the human spirit. This book of poems charts the course of a life whose beginnings were mired in domestic violence. The poetry tells the story of how the author eventually rose above the mire to acceptance and reconciliation. Her experience inspired her to a life of service. Available as an eBook, or a hardbound or softbound print book. by Carina Fejerang. Click here to order.