How to Play The Game of Life – written by Ernest Basim Abdullah

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Fall is officially here and my featured author for October 16, 2014 is Mr. Ernest Basim Abdullah. His book “The Game of Life and How to Play It” will have me cozying up to some powerful lessons during this time. Ernest wrote his book more than 20 years ago, sent a copy to his sister in another city and forgot about it.  As a repatriate of hurricane Katrina, Ernest left New Orleans with only his self.  In working through the process of re-inventing his life, Ernest assessed the intangibles within himself to create his new life.  He remembered he had already written the guide he needed.  His sister had her copy so he revived it and published it earlier this year.  To purchase book, click on book title above or photo of book below.

Ernest and ClaudetteIn support of Cider Enterprises Book Club Conference Call featuring Over-Comers, I look forward to attending Author Ernest Abdullah’s Birthday Celebration and Book Signing  on Sunday, October 5, 2014 from 3 – 6 PM at Random Glam, 7207 S. Exchange, Chicago, IL.

The game of lifeOn Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 7PM (CST), do remember to grab a friend, get into your favorite spot, and come with an open mind to hear how you too can successfully power your own life. Purchase the book, read it and listen in to the call so we can ask Ernest how and why he believes his understanding of life can help us.  Call us at 567-314-9503, access code 20112#.  We’ll be listening for you.


What an opening! Cider Enterprises Book Club Conference Call’s Third Season was our best production to date.  Accomplished and inspirational author – Charles Holt discussed his book and his feelings about the words he wrote in “Between Me and Dad.” Charles rocked the call!  Enjoy this audio replay of the September 25th Cider Enterprises Book Club Conference Call with guest author Charles Holt.

Peace Always,

Claudette Redic
Cider Enterprises

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