Monday, December 8, 2014

America: Where Great Things Happen by Donald L. Gilleland

About the book

Every single day, wonderfully exciting things happen in our country, but you would never know it from the news coverage.  The philosophy that seems to drive headlines is:  “If it bleeds, it leads.”

We are blasted out of our chairs daily by television commentators announcing “breaking news,” which is almost always negative, and sometimes rehashed old news. 

You won’t find that in America: Where Great Things Happen.  Instead, you will find uplifting and inspirational tales that will bring a smile to your face and make you feel proud to be an American.

You will find coverage of incredibly talented young people and exciting senior citizens who do things you would never expect; corporations and community organizations that feel a sense of responsibility to the public; good Samaritans and organ donors who risk their lives to save people they don’t even know; Americans who overcame disabilities or wretched childhoods to achieve unimaginable success; and inspirational, humorous and encouraging stories that will just make you feel good to be an American.

            America: Where Great Things Happen is a feel good book!

About the Author

Politically independent, Don is a frequent contributor to Florida Today and TC Palm, both daily newspapers, and Vero’s Voice, a monthly community magazine. 

He has over 500 published articles in a variety of nationally and internationally circulated magazines and newspapers, and two published books, America: A Cultural Enigma, published in January 2014,  and America: Where Great Things Happen, published in November 2014. 

Don and his wife, Peggy, have been married for 55 years.  He is an Evangelical Christian who serves as an usher at the Calvary Chapel Melbourne/Viera church located in Viera, Florida. 

Both books may be purchased online at, and; or signed copies may be ordered directly from me at Click on America: A Cultural Enigma.  Online purchases will include a shipping and handling fee.  He sells America: A Cultural Enigma for $17.00, America: Where Great Things Happen for $15.00, or both combined for $30.

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