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The Compassionate Side of Compromise by Gary Bulmer

At the age of 20, Gary Bulmer had a hemorrhagic stroke. Technically, an arteriovenous malformation (AVM) that ruptured. He and his wife, Elaine, were just naive enough to listen to the professionals and follow their advice. He was told to develop a hobby…he did. All the artwork in this book was created by Gary. The purpose of this book is to help those who have found themselves on a journey of brain injury recovery. By reading stories of how even the simplest of activities has been altered by this brain injury, other survivors can choose stories that may resemble an experience or emotion they are feeling. Then share that story or stories with those around them to improve conversation and to help create a balance of this new lifestyle adding some clarification and understanding. While the brain injury itself may have only happened to one, it can impact every dynamic of everyone around.
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Award-winning photographer Gerald Wofford’s book, “Scenes from Cherokee Country,” is a 96-page, full-color photography book that highlights the countryside and backroads of northeast Oklahoma. From scenic meadows to rushing creeks to abandoned buildings, Wofford shares the beauty of these communities throughout the Cherokee Nation. Wofford is known to capture that perfect picture, that perfect sunset or that perfect moment in time.
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Incredible Images

Kast Publishing started as a tribute from our President Sherry Kast to her late husband Eric Kast who loved nature. Order your autographed copy today and benefit a nonprofit. Proceeds from Incredible Images benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

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A Solider’s Silent Prayer

The Survival Story of Phillip W. Coon

Warrior Forgotten

A Native American Perspective of Vietnam

Hope Survives

Strength After A Traumatic Brain Injury

What People Say

“Gene Cully did a great job writing about his service in Vietnam and reminiscing about growing up in Oklahoma. I like how he kept going back and forth in time in his book, ‘Warrior Forgotten.’ His storytelling kept me engaged.”