Betty Raymond Gubler’s Newly Released “God’s ‘good Morning’: The Spiritual Journey of a Mother Raising a Special Needs Child” is a Potent Family Biography

 “God’s ‘Good Morning’: The Spiritual Journey of a Mother Raising a Special Needs Child”: an uplifting message of comfort for anyone navigating a similar road. “God’s ‘Good Morning’: The Spiritual Journey of a Mother Raising a Special Needs Child” is the creation of published author Betty Raymond Gubler, a loving wife who graduated from GSTC in Gorham, Maine (now called the University of Southern Maine), and then worked on a master’s degree in English at BYU in Provo, Utah, where she was also a graduate assistant in the English Department. Then she taught English classes at Nanyang University the year her husband was a Fulbright student in Singapore and later taught English classes at Utah Tech. Gubler served the majority of her career at BYU-Hawaii where she taught English for twenty-three years before retiring.

Gubler shares, “The manuscript of God’s ‘Good Morning’ is just what the subtitle claims. It is a retelling of my spiritual journey raising an autistic son who is now fifty-four years old. Our son lives at home with his parents and will do so until my husband Greg and I become incapable of parenting him due to old age or our passing at which time, our son will live with his sister. Thus, this relationship is a lifelong commitment. This manuscript is a story of the growth of faith, hope, and love. My intention of writing such a manuscript is that of my desire to share with other parents of a special needs child my experiences dealing with this daunting challenge. This is not a clinical manuscript, but rather a manuscript of personal growth from shock, despair, and discouragement to acceptance, peace, and joy and reveals the miraculous healing of my broken spirit. Although this manuscript is written for parents of special needs children, it would also be found inspiring by a general audience of readers.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Betty Raymond Gubler’s new book shares a deeply personal story filled with hope and honesty.

Consumers can purchase “God’s ‘Good Morning’: The Spiritual Journey of a Mother Raising a Special Needs Child” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “God’s ‘Good Morning’: The Spiritual Journey of a Mother Raising a Special Needs Child,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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Poet Raymond Quattlebaum Touches Our Heart and Soul with Book “The Color of Love”

New York, NY – WEBWIRE

Poetry is not only an outlet to express ones feelings; it is also a way to touch the lives of others. It can inspire, influence, build faith, or spread hope. Perhaps, this is why African American poet, Raymond Quattlebaum found his passion in writing poetry. Since his teenage years, he has written a vast number of poems. To share it to the world, he compiled them and has so far, published two wonderful books. Among these is The Color of Love.

The Color of Love is a compilation of 38 inspirational poems. While one might assume that it is a book about two people in love, the author wrote it to express praise and gratitude toward God. After all, God is love. Not only that but it actually covers a wide range of topics. In The Color of Love, Quattlebaum includes his poems about injustice, inequality, and other social issues in the collection, which is a great indicator that he, indeed, writes with purpose. He writes to create a positive impact in the lives of his readers.

Through Raymonds poetry, we see even more the importance of faith, and we appreciate the beauty of life.

The beauty of life goes so far, the essence of life are who we are. The forces of life that represent you, and all the things we dream about thats just true. You wouldnt be life if life wasnt you. an excerpt from The Color of Love by Raymond Quattlebaum

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The Color of Love
Author: Raymond Quattlebaum
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: August 2021
Genre: Poetry, Romance, and Love
Target Audience: Teenagers, young adults, and grown ups

About the Author
Raymond Quattlebaumis is an African American and the third oldest son in a family of five. He is 5′ 11″ tall, and his sign is Aries. He lives in the upper Westside in Manhattan, NY. His last name is Quattlebaum, a unique name in both structure and appearance.

He has always had a love for poetry and enjoys working out and listening to music. While he also enjoys partying and clubbing, his passion is poetry. His interest in writing poetry began in public school when he was a young boy growing up in P.S. 84. He remembers writing a poem for his third-grade teacher, Mrs. Albert, who liked it so much that she put it in the schools newspaper. This experience inspired him to continue writing poetry.

As he got older, he read several poems by other poets that moved him, especially in his teenage years. However, it was the singing group Earth, Wind & Fire that inspired him to write more poetry. The way they constructed and worded their lyrics in their music was something he found spiritually divine and beautiful.

Nowadays, he writes as much beautiful poetry as he can and puts it into a book. He believes that love makes the world go round and that The Color of Love is life, inevitably beautiful. He thinks that the essence of who we are is to share energy and unconditional love and to dance in the spiral of life. He believes that we are love, everlasting and beautiful, and that we are life.

Raymond Meeks, laureate of Immersion 2021

Raymond Meeks is the sixth laureate of Immersion, a French-American Photography Commission by the Fondation d’entreprise Hermès. This new edition of the Foundation’s programme dedicated to contemporary photography has been organized with the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York and the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris.

The mentor for this sixth edition is David Campany, Managing Director of Programs at ICP. Raymond Meeks will carry out his residency in France in 2022. The resulting work will be shown as part of an exhibition at ICP in September, 2023, joining that of the two previous laureates, Vasantha Yogananthan (France) and Gregory Halpern (United States), and will travel to Paris for a solo show at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in February, 2024. A bilingual publication dedicated to his work will be published to coincide with the exhibition at ICP.

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The Immersion programme is not related to the HCB Award, which is also supported by the Fondation d’entreprise Hermès.

Raymond, WA Author Russell Wiitala Writes Book About The Metaphysical

Sasquatch, Shaman of the Woods, a new book by Russell Wiitala, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

Sasquatch, Shaman of the Woods details interaction with highly metaphysical and mysterious beings who live as one with nature, otherwise known as sasquatch. It also connects that interaction with the UFO phenomena and what may be a decades-old mission to reveal to the human race that they exist. These beings have guided the author to esoteric information, much of it already available in the public domain. This information has shown the author that ETs have been here for a long time and have subtle influence over our destiny as humans. They have also interacted with and guided others during this process. They have revealed that they utilize portals for traversing vast distances. These portals have a schedule and are located near vortex fields. They have shown the author that they can manipulate these lines of electromagnetic power. Now share in his account.

About the Author
Russell Wiitala is a retired rural carrier for the post office. He is a solid expert skier and has spent thousands of days and hundreds of nights out in the wilderness hiking, backpacking, and camping. Wiitala is also the president of the local community theater in Raymond, Washington. He is a playwright, having written several plays and skits, including a musical based on the hauntings of our local playhouse. Music is a very important part of his life. He is mainly a guitar player. He is interested mostly in science, archeology, and the metaphysical.

Sasquatch, Shaman of the Woods is a 170-page paperback with a retail price of $33.00 and eBook ($28.00). The ISBN is 978-1-6495-7252-3. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For members of the press, to request a review copy, visit our virtual pressroom at or to buy the book visit our online bookstore at