Monthly Archives: May 2011

New Dawn Media Horizons; Book Talk!

New Dawn Media Horizons; Book Talk!. Advertisements

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New Dawn Media Horizons; Book Talk!

In the Birth of a New Dawn just might be this years best kept secret, But we won’t tell it. The best remedy for the Sunday afternoon dulldrums. Like medicine it never hurts to keep one in that special corner just in case. A literary Classic! Continue reading

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This Nation Needs to Get its Priorities in Order; In My Opinion by John R. Hernandez, Jr.

This Nation Needs to Get its Priorities in Order; In My Opinion by John R. Hernandez, Jr..

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Book Discount and New Book Bulletin

Stay tuned for an important news bulletin; My book, “In the Birth of a New Dawn” is now available at Smashwords.com and I am offering a 20% discount (off retail price) by using code TK62P at checkout! Enjoy reading it … Continue reading

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“The Sweet Tears of Repentance;The Joy of Salvation and the Freedom From the Shackles of Sin”

I felt blessed to be able to be there in the early years of Katie’s life; when she first stepped unto her school bus; being able to visit her at kindergarten and see the look in her eyes as she proudly danced around I’ll never forget the joy of sharing her smile, so proud to have her daddy by her side. I remember working three jobs just trying to make ends meet as a visiting part time daddy. Thankful that her mom was not so vindictive after suing me for child support to not alienate me from her. It hurt that my name was not on her school papers or on her birth certificate. That I was just some non-custodial father struggling to turn his life around, shunned by those around me. It tortured me knowing we would never be a real family; you know that type where both parents live together happily ever after. I remember the church chorus singing a lovely hymn and suddenly she just started singing, “Old MacDonald had a farm…” The days we would spend at the zoo, by the river, chasing the amusement parks, down the shore or just visiting with her. That first Christmas tree and how she got all wound up around the tree ornaments and that look in her face when I told her she couldn’t see her toys till Christmas day. I remember how she would model for me all the pretty dresses I would get for her; all the surprises she would have for me waiting whenever I would visit; how she would have her pet gerbil do tricks for me and the day at the toy store as I asked the cashier how much was the toys I was about to buy her and how Katie popped out a sock full of change and asked, “Is this enough?”
Excerpt from, “The Demonization of Fatherhood and Alienation from Parenting; One Fathers Struggle to Change a Broken System”
By John R. Hernandez, Jr. © 2008
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Innocent Silence By John R. Hernandez, Jr.

Together the pain ceases, the shallow silence of despair is broken. Somewhere beyond the darkness lays the veil; the whispering wind hisses and frowns aimlessly. Forever; a moment in your arms. Eternity; the dying embers of a thought unspoken. An … Continue reading

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Vanishing Cultural Practices

Vanishing Cultural Practices.

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