Monday, 21 October 2013



No Longer A Bridesmaid is a Self Help book by Terry Cato based on her years of waiting for Mr. Right.

Every woman can relate to this book and single women can sure use the advice, which is why this book has become so popular. Allow me to tell you more about it?


For years, Terry Cato was always the bridesmaid, but never the bride. In this poignant memoir, this first-time author tells the story of her seven years of preparation, finally becoming a Lady-in-Waiting (engaged) and then a bride. During her years of being single, Terry observed seven personality types--her own included--that can get in the way of progress toward the altar.

In this book, learn:
  • The seven types of single women and how they could be harming their chances of getting married
  • Why dating is just practicing for divorce
  • How to deal with and heal old emotional wound
  • The seven steps the author used to successfully prepare for her husband.
  • How to live a happy, celibate life as you prepare for your husband and more.
"No Longer a Bridesmaid!" on sale now:



Terry is a writer and relationship blogger. She is married to Lloyd. They have two daughters and one son and reside in the San Francisco Bay Area. An avid reader, for as long as she can remember, she has always had a love for reading and writing. She wrote sentences in her coloring books before she would color the pages in grade school and began writing song and rap lyrics as an adolescent. She has written poems, essays, and song lyrics. Terry attended the University of Southern Mississippi and obtained her undergraduate degree in marketing and a master’s degree in sports administration from the United States Sports Academy. She has worked in the professional sports and non-profit industries.

Retailers can order through Ingram/Lightning Source or Amazon, ISBN 978-0-9894644-0-6.

This book is for every single Christian lady who desires to be the Lady In Waiting and is willing to prepare for the husband that God has for them. For booking, call 866-531-3604 or email,
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Yeah! Yeah! I know! It's called a Book Blitz, but when you had the author Thomas Rydder who released Restless Souls and RE-released The Clearing on the same day it's a different bag baby!!

Here is why this is so HUGE!!!


This book consists of three stories:

1. "Do Unto Others" (short story) - Jeremy is a street hood, lawless and unchained. When he is wronged by a local businessman, it becomes his mission to seek revenge. But his new enemy has friends - ones that don't take kindly to intruders.

2. "Colors" (short story) - Harrison Street. attorney, biker wannabe, coward. When he finds the bike of his dreams, it seems too good to be true. It is.

3. "Simona Says" (novella) - Simona has had it rough. Death, disenchantment, and disappointment are all part of her life. She wants to be happy for a change, and she's willing to do just about anything to find some. Anything.
You get a 3 for 1 deal at only $0.99c

A small town in western Pennsylvania – quaint, simple, peaceful. That is, until The Elder takes up residence. He has an agenda – one that is 1,000 years old, and cannot be denied. One that will change the lives of many – and end the lives of any who interfere.
Another great deal reduced from $11 to $0.99c!!!

What makes this Author so special? He is kind, generous, funny, selfless and humble to the bone. Check out his quirky Bio and you will get to like him as much as the author community.

I was born in 1957 in a small town in Western Pennsylvania that had - and still has - one traffic light. There wasn't a whole lot to do there, and we had few neighbors, so I learned to play quite a bit of make-believe - soldiers, cowboys and Indians, that kind of thing. At the same time, I loved to read and watch old movies. On Saturdays, my dad played in a country western band, and I stayed up to wait for him. It was during that stretch that I discovered the horror movie. You know the ones I mean. Karloff, Chaney, Lee. The masters, right?
Fast forward 40 years. I'm now the project manager for a small civil engineering firm in picturesque Charleston, South Carolina with my lovely wife and four rescue pets, two dogs, two cats. Oh - and eight feral cats outside that put up with us because we give them two squares a day.

Anyway, since childhood, I've loved to create. I played trumpet, sang, even dabbled in genealogy. Nothing quite did it for me. Over the years, I'd composed quite a few term papers and theses (there are a few ex-teenagers in this world who owe their English grades to yours truly), and unfailingly earned an "A". My wife knew this, and one day just suggested that I try writing.

What the hey, I thought. So I sat down and found a writing site called Hubpages. Nice little site, and I started getting the basics of writing a little from some of the inhabitants. I wrote a short story, and everyone liked it. So, I wrote another one. Except it kept growing, and I kept getting more ideas, and it lengthened to 20 thousand words, then 30, then 40. By the time I sat back, I had the rough draft of my first novel, except back then it was called "Werewolves and Flapjacks". Somewhere along the way I decided to submit my work (now called "The Clearing) to three publishers. I was turned down twice, and miraculously was accepted by the gentleman who gently rules this site, Mr. Tim Taylor. And the rest, as they say, is history. By the way, you need to like Tim...he's a great guy, and I owe him much, which can never be repaid.

I now have a second book available - “Restless Souls: 3 dark fables” - an anthology (novella and two short stories) of ghost stories, and life is grand.

Even though I make wise cracks about all of it, this is all like living a dream - and I don't plan on waking up for a very long time.

Thomas Rydder - writer

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