Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®
Our Internet is guarded by vibrant trees. It is their domain. What is important to them is not always important to us. They breathe in what we breathe out. But, at the road’s end, we have come together in purpose and give you the pages of QuickTurtle Books®.
Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books
My wife and I are both authors and illustrators. We are the creators and founders of QuickTurtle Books®. We have written, illustrated and published over 30 healthy and fun books for children. We have also written and published books of poetry, books on virtues and positive postulates as well as a travel book.
We recently founded booksmakebooms.com custom books for small businesses and worthwhile causes. It is only a few months old. In that short time span, we have written books for Robert Lawrason, creator and founder of kenafpartnersusa.com, and Barbara Cordova, founder of artistsforabetterworld.org. Both causes are operating across the world and are important to the overall success of man’s future.
Please check them out and check out our recent Books Make Booms win below.
Books Make Booms Creates Small Business Marketing Magic For Kenaf
We are currently partnering to have our custom book Kenaf, Seeding The World translated into French. This project materialized when the English version of our book made its way to Togo, Africa, via Elizabeth Simonetti, a Kenaf, Seeding The World book buyer. She had seen the book described and listed on KenafPartnersUSA.com and then ordered a copy from Amazon. In Togo, she presented the book to an interested non-profit that is now helping Elizabeth spearhead the translation. Once translated, the book will be distributed to Togo farmers in order to introduce kenaf as a rotational cash crop.
Togo, Africa, is primarily an agricultural country located in Western Africa. The link below gives some good basic information regards this small nation. https://www.britannica.com/place/Togo
Understanding the value and uses of the plant kenaf within Togo’s agricultural population and economy should be of great value in raising the quality of life for its 8 million residents in the future. By utilizing all the various parts of the plant for domestic and commercial purposes, kenaf will go a long way toward supplying food, clothing, and housing for both animal and human betterment in Togo and beyond.
For more information on our Books Make Booms model, please visit our website at https://www.booksmakebooms.com. If your cause or small business is in need of a personalized marketing boost, consider our personalized books, they are designed to help your businesses’ or cause’s reach.
Sincerely, Richard and Mary Rensberry
Have you ever had a problem that wouldn’t go away, where every answer you threw at it seemed to come up inadequate or wrong?
You worked tirelessly to handle the darn thing, certain that finally you had it licked, and then to your amazement, there it was again, standing right in front of you with a smug smirk on its face. Yes, problems can and do smirk. They can also spit in your eye and give you the finger. Like some people, they seem to find it amusing when they can get a rise out of you.
I used to react to these pesky problems. I would put on all my battle gear like a dutiful soldier readying for war. I’d put on my best frown and sharpen my evil eye. I’d gather mighty curses to be tossed at my foes like grenades. I’d want to break something or plot some kind of secretive vengeance that I could implement against them when least expected. That’s what problems seem to want, they relish in their obscene power to consume us, to eat at us from the inside out.
Then one day I woke up, put my problems aside and decided to assume responsibility for a whole different world of problems other than my own. Big problems— like the opioid epidemic and the promulgation of gender confusion, the inexcusable injustice of psychiatric labels and the drugging of millions of innocent children via our public school systems, the false and abusive nature of the Psychiatric Diagnostic Manual. I had never previously dreamed that I had any responsibility for these social failures and false purposes that now riddle our society. When I finally began assuming some responsibility for these social ills and their flagrant betrayal of human trust, my individual problems suddenly lost their all consuming power. In the light of this new found optimism, I began receiving way too many smirks and middle fingers to acknowledge any single one of them. They simply fail to get a rise out of me. I can look at them with integrity and certainty that I go to battle wielding the greatest weapon of all— the truth. I know it is they who are the problem, not I or our children.
My new book, THE GOLDEN STALLION, is for kids aged 8 and up. It is my contribution to righting a wrong. It is my assumption of my own responsibility for a social problem our kids face in this age of special interests and academic misinformation. I hope it speaks to your parental needs and your child’s innate wisdom of the soul.
Richard and Mary Rensberry, Authors at QuickTurtle Books®
It is on occasion, after a day of drenching rain, they come out to play. Rain is music to their earthly souls, a primitive reminder of the percussion of sex, the need to partner-up and get down to some serious love making in the wet grass and dirt as lightning bugs and stars ramp up to flicker.
In the Amish Country, night crawlers are not neighborhood hoodlums. They don’t hang around on street-corners at two o’clock in the morning smoking pot. They aren’t out dealing Meth or accosting senior citizens for some meager amount of cash to buy a hit of crack cocaine. Continue reading
There is an abundance of love poetry for the simple reason that its emotional upwelling is so strong. Love emotions feel wonderfully good and cannot be contained. All artists strive to capture the essence of love. In contrast is the turmoil of divorce and all the accompanying emotions of betrayal and loss. All poets are a tuning fork for the expression of these feelings. If one lives, one is emotional. Death is the one that is emotionless. Continue reading
Bette Stevens, A Pleasure to Work With
“MEET THE AUTHORS”
Authors Richard Rensberry (GOBLIN’S GOOP ) and Mary Rensberry (I AM SPIRIT, the ABCs of an Ideal Spirit) are with us today to share a bit of their personal story and to tell us about their latest books. So, let’s get ready to meet the authors! ~Bette A. Stevens, Maine authorhttp://www.4writersandreaders.com
Welcome Richard and Mary Rensberry. It’s a pleasure to have you with us today. Tell us a little about your family life how it fits into your writing life.
Our lives have always been rooted deep in family. I was one of nine children born and raised on a farm in Northern Michigan. I am an uncle, great uncle and great, great uncle many times over. Mary was born and raised in Texas in the city and also on a ranch in the country. She is the mother of two morally sound…
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I believe cultures resonate to the vibrations artists create and instill upon their work. Author’s words carry the weight of their focal points. This focus can help or harm the society into which their creations permeate.
As an example, a comedian stands in front of a community and pokes fun not at everyone in general but at a select group of people. The vibration moves and resonates with like seeds of prejudice harbored by his audience and grows. Soon we have ill feelings being expressed against a select group of people. Good or bad? Continue reading
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