Archive for August, 2017

Carl Comeaux and I met many years ago and became active in promoting Gospel Singers, ministries and more. Brother Carl as I know him, was also an entertainer who had given his heart to The Lord and never looked back.

In the 1990’s we seemed to always be connecting in the Gospel Concerts and outreach ministries. Many knew him as ‘The Gentle Giant’. He could pick a guitar and turn those bar room songs into preaching sermons, at least back then.

Carl then joined my television show team in 2010 at Acadiana Open Channel Multi Media station. He would take out of his busy schedule and bring a sound system to the station so that we could accommodate our singers. Within a year, his work hours changed, but he continued to let us borrow his sound system.

Carl Comeaux went on to become an Ordained Minister of the Gospel. He started Bible Studies, got a spot on our local Christian Radio Talk Program that continues today.

His heart desire is to continue to grow and minister as an Evangelist. He is active in may outreaches and continues to be invited to preach at various churches while maintaining a couple of jobs.

If you would like a man of the Gospel who preaches the simple message of the cross from the Bible as written, then send him an invite.

I still wear a t-shirt that represented his beginning ministry…On it reads ‘So Blessed that the Devil Can’t Stand It’….I wore it on the day of this taping. The smile on his face and that awesome chuckle was a welcomed sound…I live his line….I AM So Blessed That The Devil Can Not Stand Me.. I have worn out many of these shirts and plan on making more….

Shoot him an email. You can also find him quoting The Word on Face Book…



Jordan has now authored ‘Days with my Father’s Ghost’. Not only was she the caretaker to a dying mother with cancer a few years ago, she was now faced to become the caretaker of her father diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. To add to this burden, she was an only with no sibling help.  At this time she also finds herself a divorced and single mother of two trying to save her failing business.

In her book, you will journey through six years and walk through the 2,013 impossible days that a daughter spent watching her father die of Alzheimer’s. You will cry, you will laugh, and you will learn how she survived and grew from it.

After his disease and care became her sole responsibility, she began a journal about the experiences and emotions felt while watching her father’s disease turned him into a ghost. And somewhere along that journey, she  also became grateful for the courage that his ghost scared her into finding.

Her father also a writer left behind poems and she shares them along with her own during s this moving story. This book should be shared with anyone going through this situation. Her book leaves you with knowing that she had done all the things needed during the times of series decisions. No more guilt. Her journey was over.





Child of God, wife, mother, Registered Nurse, Substance Abuse, Gospel Singer and now published author. ‘If I Had Only 25 Hours In A Day’

Melinda Turner graduated from Nicholls State University located in Thibodeaux, Louisiana. Melinda was invited to speak on the topic of addiction by the Wes Morgan Ministry and soon found her new mission  in life was to bring awareness to the battle of addiction through education.

Placing God first in her life and family, she believed that everything would follow. In her book, ‘If I Only Had 25 Hours in a Day’, she shares her personal account on how a busy life can become too busy and one could soon find themselves not living but just existing.

This book shares the change that she needed to make in her life with her faith and time God gave her and gives us.

Her desire is that her story will help others make the change or changes needed. Through Prayer, faith and some amazing testimonies, the reader will learn that no circumstance is too big for God to help. has her book ‘If I Had Only 25 hours in A Day ‘ available for purchase.


Ellen Threatts is an employee of The Abbeville General Hospital in The Behavioral Medicine Center in Abbeville, La.  Her title is Mental Health Technician. Through a structured plan of individual counseling, group therapy, coordinated activities and family support, patients are given the opportunity for renewal of social, physical and mental skills.

Now widowed for a few years, this is where she and her late husband had met. Ellen is in the process of releasing her first book which journals day by day  her dealing with  her four seasons of grief.

Ellen was recently selected to become the Publicist of our local Writers’ Guild of Acadiana in Lafayette, La.. Within a few short weeks, she had brought new ideas accepted to be  used in our membership events. Welcome Ellen Threatts!

Email her for updates on her book and when it will be available.

George states, “My life has led me through an incredible journey that has taught me what it truly means to live.

Be sure to get your copy of ‘Survivor… Memoirs of a WWW II Vet’ by George F. Schneider.

In this book, he shares accurate details of his experiences and corrects what he claims has been inaccurate information reported to the public by the media in some cases. You will have to read the book to see what his corrected information.

George served in the Army for five campaigns. During this time he was awarded ‘The Purple Heart’.

After the war was over, George was knighted by the French Government for contributions toward Frances’ liberation.

George is a member and active presently in four organizations. He is in his 90’s and plans to stay active until he takes his last breath.

The following organizations are listed below:

Veterans of the 30th Infantry Division of WWW II ‘Battle of The Bulge’

Disabled American Veterans

Military Order of the Purple Heart

To purchase his book, contact him by email…

Jack’s quote is “It takes a real man to write Historical Fiction”

He was born and raised in the Bayou County of Louisiana. Jack is an author, amateur historian, professional economic developer, playwright, and like many Cajuns, a darn good cook.

Always a history buff, Jack found and fell in love with Jane Austen in his twenties. He was struck by her innate understanding o the human condition.

Jack uses his work to share his knowledge of history. Through his characters, he hopes the reader gains a better understanding of what went on before, developing an appreciation for our ancestors’ trials and tribulation.

When  he is not writing or traveling with Barbara, Jack attempts to play golf. He is a devout convert to Roman Catholicism. Jack is married and has three grown sons.

All information shared  from  a promotional article.

Check out his website to see the many published works of Jack Caldwell.


He can be found on Twitter, Goodreads, and Linkedin



Bob Bienvenu is author to the series of ‘The Time Traveler’ coming your way soon. There will be a total of six for your reading pleasure.

Books in this series will be in the publishing steps soon. All have been written and will be available on for purchase.

Listed below are the coming books.

Time Tripping and The Planets

Time Traveler Anthology

Time Babies

Time Traveler Revisited

Bob is also a world class Power Lifting Champion. He has many medals to show for his accomplishments.

Check out his website for more information..

Miki Pfeffer earned her Ph.D. in Urban History after long careers as a fashion illustrator in New Orleans department stores and as a manufacturer’s representative of women’s business fashions. Her decade-long research grows naturally from that involvement in women’s presentation of self and from her observation of women’s struggle for power and acknowledgment in the workplace. She is not surprised that issues in the Woman’s Department of the 1884 Cotton Centennial Exposition are still pertinent in the twenty-first century.

Miki’s recent book, ‘Southern Ladies and Suffragists: Julia Ward Howe and Women’s Rights at the 1884 New Orleans World’s Fair’ won the 2015 Eudora Welty Prize for scholarship in Women’s Studies and Southern Studies from the Mississippi University for Women.

Dr. Pfeffer is currently editing the letters of New Orleans writer Grace King and researching the life of Louisiana suffragist and reformer Caroline Merrick.

All information on this post is shared from Miki Pfeffer’s own web site. I could not have given the proper credit to her remarkable work in my own words…

Thank you Mike for being on my local talk show!


Anna Bradford is the author of many books that range from canning to faith. She is an author, Humanitarian ,Ordained Licensed Minister and Missionary.

Mrs. Bradford resides in Thibodeaux, Louisiana. She loves organizing outreach projects. One of the many events that she participates in is meeting the needs of orphans, and back to school supplies for the under privileged.

Anna is Founder/CEO of Faith Ministries International.

She loves spending time with her husband Mike, her children and grandchildren.

Her email is:…type in Anna C. Bradford in the search box and her list of many books will come up for your viewing pleasure.




Edith Nevis…2/15/17..

Edith is an author, columnist, and an Inspirational Teacher. She is a Christian and a self-published author. ‘Rekindle Your Love for God’ is a collection of her inspiring and uplifting messages. Edith resides in Houma, La,  but originated from Rockland County, New York.

Edith Nevis returned to South Louisiana in 2010 as a single mother to what she calls her Promise Land in the pursuit of personal spiritual growth to discover her Divine Purpose.

She writes a weekly column in The Daily Comet newspaper in Thibodeaux, La. and also for The Courier in Houma, La. and most recently The Donaldsonville Chief in Donaldsonville, La.. Edith is active in ‘By His Grace Ministry’. Edith is a licensed teacher of the Gospel.

Edith helps lead readers to a closer relationship with God through humor and personal testimonies of her walk with her Lord and Savior. She also provides a practical insight into the Lord’s word.