Dateline: Bethel Park, Pennsylvania
Regis Schilken's stories reflect his search for meaning in a very human but frightening way. Three of his books have been published: The Oculi Incident, The Island Off Stony Point, and a third, You Know When was just recently released. He has signed a contract for Demons of Justice to be released next year. Hopefully, The Tee-May Code will follow.
Ashes to electrons, dust to nuclear physics.
Will a topnotch detective lose his grip on reality before he finds the demonic killer of six innocent people?
In spite of abject physical and mental abuse in a dysfunctional family, a young Jewish woman develops into a caring, affectionate adult.
In an unusual question/answer format, fascinating facts of Lincoln’s life spring to life.
We touch and handle "stuff" each day; what lies under its surface appearance?
Learning how to transform your every-day thinking can help you become the person you dream of.
Where exactly is my "mind?"
Fifty frightening, sometimes pathetic, at times educational, often humorous, facts have been researched and collected for every American to enjoy.
A proven “floor-time” technique will help children with autism relate and communicate successfully with adults and peers.
Thoughts on Belief and Meaning.