The ever thought provoking Tim Spearman is at it again with his newest novel History of the Peace Train.If you would like to purchase this novel xoxopublishing.com is the place to go.
Timothy Spearman is a human rights and peace activist. He has attended peace conferences in South Korea and India and is a member of ANUVRAT Global Organization, an Indian-based peace organization. His book Must I Remember is aimed at improving the state of human rights for Afghanis and Afghani women and to expose the state of human rights for women in the Middle East in order to awaken people’s conscience worldwide. A portion of the royalties from this book will be going to help Afghani victims of war. His book The History of the Peace Train covers the history of trains since the dawn of train travel and the instrumental role trains have played in the peace movement internationally. Timothy does not subscribe to the view that we are powerless and there is nothing we can do. This humble little man who gets around town on a bicycle is changing the world for the better in his own simple way. He doesn’t purport to be perfect, but in a way that’s his point. He contends that even people with flaws like himself can do their part to make the world a better place. Tim’s picture is based on his life motto: “First, you need Confidence; then you’ll have Courage, which allows you to take Calculated Chances, enabling you to become a Champion, a Conqueror and hopefully a Caesar.” The statue sitting on his lap is a bust of Caesar in case you hadn’t guessed. Tim learned this tidbit of wisdom from Tiger Ray McKendrick, a former Hollywood agent, who confided another secret of life to Tim that he has never forgotten: “You have to give to live and to live you’ve got to love.” Tim and fellow author Vivi Pruitt hope to launch a Peace Train later this year with their publisher XoXoPublishing. Vivi is planning to release her book of inspirational peace poetry Princess of Peace concurrently with Tim’s The History of the Peace Train later this year. What an exciting year 2011 is shaping up to be for XoXoPublishing. A portion of the royalties from this book will be donated to Kaloko Farmers Adventures, an African charity, with a pilot project in Zambia aimed at helping African farmers and orphans of the AIDS pandemic.
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