Darrell Moneyhon
  • Male
  • Columbus, OH
  • United States
Share Twitter

Darrell Moneyhon's Friends

  • Jerry M. White
  • joel erlichson
  • Lisa Johnson
  • Anne Alferos
  • Raji Lukkoor
  • Catalina Egan
  • Intoxicated by Books
  • Lyn Fuchs
  • Sarah Reck
  • LivingforGod
  • 5peasinapod

Darrell Moneyhon's Groups

Darrell Moneyhon's Discussions

Reclaiming Projections

In my book, Allsville Emerging( www.allsvilleemerging.com, or http://sbpra.com/DarrellMoneyhon ), I…Continue

Started Dec 5, 2011

 

Darrell Moneyhon's Page

Latest Activity

Jerry M. White left a comment for Darrell Moneyhon
"Hi Darrell, Glad to hear from you. I saw your comment the other day but have been occupied and unable to respond until now. To answer your question about our similarities, Catalina suggested we were of the spiritual variety. My books of poetry…"
Mar 24, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon added a discussion to the group BOOK TOURS | Nurture Your BOOKS™
Thumbnail

Is Allsville Our Newest Super Hero? Will Allsville Save the World?

Dear Nurture ... Group Member,        Let me know what you think of the whole idea behind my book Allsville Emerging. The book proposes improving the world by making model communities which practice interdependence, develop each and every person's "gifts,"  and adopts various "spiritual principles" by which all citizens (religious or not) can use to improve the quality of their individual and collective lives.     Think globally. But act locally: by first imagining "Allsville." Then use the…See More
Feb 17, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon added a discussion to the group Promote Your Books!
Thumbnail

The Newest Super Hero—Allsville. Will She Save the World?

 Dear Promote Your Books Member,   Let me know what you think of the whole idea behind my book Allsville Emerging. The book proposes improving the world by making model communities which practice interdependence, develop each and every person's "gifts,"  and adopts various "spiritual principles" by which all citizens (religious or not) can use to improve the quality of their individual and collective lives.     Think globally. But act locally: by first imagining "Allsville." Then use the book…See More
Feb 17, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon added a discussion to the group World Wide Reviewers™
Thumbnail

Our Newest Super Hero! Will Allsville Save the World?!

Let me know what you think of the whole idea behind my book Allsville Emerging. The book proposes improving the world by making model communities which practice interdependence, develop each and every person's "gifts,"  and adopts various "spiritual principles" by which all citizens (religious or not) can use to improve the quality of their individual and collective lives.     Think globally. But act locally: by first imagining "Allsville." Then use the book as a blueprint. Then make an actual…See More
Feb 17, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon added a discussion to the group Announce/Brag/Showoff
Thumbnail

Our Newest Super Hero is a Town. Will Allsville Save the World?

  Dear Announce,Brag, & Showoff Group Members,    Let me know what you think of the whole idea behind my book Allsville Emerging. The book proposes improving the world by making model communities which practice interdependence, develop each and every person's "gifts,"  and adopts various "spiritual principles" by which all citizens (religious or not) can use to improve the quality of their individual and collective lives.     Think globally. But act locally: by first imagining "Allsville."…See More
Feb 17, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon added a discussion to the group Networking on Book Blogs
Thumbnail

Is Our New Super Hero a Town? Will Allsville Save the World?

   Dear Networking on Book Blogs Group Members,    Let me know what you think of the whole idea behind my book Allsville Emerging. The book proposes improving the world by making model communities which practice interdependence, develop each and every person's "gifts,"  and adopts various "spiritual principles" by which all citizens (religious or not) can use to improve the quality of their individual and collective lives.     Think globally. But act locally: by first imagining "Allsville."…See More
Feb 17, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon added a discussion to the group Self-published Book Reviews
Thumbnail

Can "Allsville" Save the World? Our New Super Hero is a Town

 Let me know what you think of the whole idea behind my book Allsville Emerging. The book proposes improving the world by making model communities which practice interdependence, develop each and every person's "gifts,"  and adopts various "spiritual principles" by which all citizens (religious or not) can use to improve the quality of their individual and collective lives.     Think globally. But act locally: by first imagining "Allsville." Then (should it be used as a blueprint, and an actual…See More
Feb 17, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon added a discussion to the group 2010 Genre Reading Challenge
Thumbnail

Can We Save the World with "Allsville?"

 Hi Genre Reading Challenge Group Members,   Let me know what you think of the whole idea behind my book Allsville Emerging. The book proposes improving the world by making model communities which practice interdependence, develop each and every person's "gifts,"  and adopts various "spiritual principles" by which all citizens (religious or not) can use to improve the quality of their individual and collective lives.     Think globally. But act locally: by first imagining "Allsville." Then…See More
Feb 17, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon added a discussion to the group Humanist Press
Thumbnail

Can We Make the World a Better Place, One "Allsville" at a Time?

  Hi fellow Humanist Press Enthusiasts (or Employees),    Let me know what you think of the whole idea behind my book Allsville Emerging. The book proposes improving the world by making model communities which practice interdependence, develop each and every person's "gifts,"  and adopts various "spiritual principles" by which all citizens (religious or not) can use to improve the quality of their individual and collective lives.     Think globally. But act locally: by first imagining…See More
Feb 17, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon added a discussion to the group Blogging For Books Review & Rate
Thumbnail

Can we Make the World a Better Place by Making Communities like "Allsville?"

 Hi book blogging-for-book members,   Let me know what you think of the whole idea behind my book Allsville Emerging. The book proposes improving the world by making model communities which practice interdependence, develop each and every person's "gifts,"  and adopts various "spiritual principles" by which all citizens (religious or not) can use to improve the quality of their individual and collective lives.     Think globally. But act locally: by first imagining "Allsville." Then use the…See More
Feb 17, 2012

Author
Catalina Egan left a comment for Darrell Moneyhon
"Hi Darrell, I am aware that it was the wrong person trying to read a book that held no possible interest to them. I am also aware that since I have never paid for, or pushed for a good review, I could very well end up with some bad ones. Ironically…"
Feb 15, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon added a discussion to the group All I Can Do Is Stand
Thumbnail

I stand in a special group-made new town called Allsville.

I stand in Allsville. Folks there took matters in their own hands and crafted an optimal culture and community together. Read about the specifics of "Allsville" in my book, Allsville Emerging: Creating and Experiencing a New Culture Together. See the book blurb here: http://sbpra.com/DarrellMoneyhon  or www.allsvilleemerging.com    Also, here is a blog talk radio interview I gave about one aspect of…See More
Feb 13, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon posted a status
"Don't pull my underpants down! but do "debrief" me:…"
Feb 9, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon joined Brian Magee's group
Thumbnail

Humanist Press

The American Humanist Association's book publishing arm and online bookstore, making original works of humanist interest widely available.See More
Feb 9, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon joined 5peasinapod's group
Thumbnail

2010 Genre Reading Challenge

Spread your wings and try a new genre or two. Is there something you have been meaning to read on your To-Be-Read list but it's not what your typically use to? Then this challenge is for you! Break out of your rut and try something new.
Feb 9, 2012
Darrell Moneyhon joined Bobbie Crawford (NURTURE)'s group
Thumbnail

BOOK TOURS | Nurture Your BOOKS™

Fantastic books in a variety of genres | Countless authors world wide, books for review and book giveaways.See More
Feb 9, 2012

Profile Information

Favorite Book
Social Spirituality, Werner Lange
About Me:
I retired as a psychology service provider (Masters level, "Psychology Assistant 2" for state of Ohio institution (psychiatric and corrections). My "second career" is author. Published one book so far, Allsville Emerging: Creating and Experiencing a New Culture Together ( www.allsvilleemerging.com ). Another book on the burner, Christians Thinking Like Energy. My writing is mostly spiritual and cultural philosophy, using fiction to create group vision (in the case of Allsville Emerging). My wife, Becky, has put up with all this madness for 36+ years now. She is my most valuable resource, my "gift." I am also blessed with two healthy young adult sons, Adam and John. Since I feel so blessed and secure in love, I can now afford to invest my time and energies toward sharing my gift of writing and thought with others. My cup runneth over. So, drink up! Darrell
Website:
http://www.allsvilleemerging.com

Comment Wall (19 comments)

You need to be a member of Book Blogs to add comments!

Join Book Blogs

At 12:29am on November 20, 2012,
Author
Catalina Egan
said…

What are you up to these days? I HAVE A GREAT GUEST & A VERY COOL GIVEAWAY!!!

ON MY BLOG

If you get a chance please check out

THE BRIDGE OF DEATHS on AMAZON

a well-documented factual pre-World War II event with a twist of fiction and a touch of the paranormal.

We can always connect on  FACEBOOK

M.C.V. Egan

http://www.TheBridgeofDeaths.com

Delete Comment

At 9:22am on March 24, 2012, Jerry M. White said…

Hi Darrell,

Glad to hear from you. I saw your comment the other day but have been occupied and unable to respond until now. To answer your question about our similarities, Catalina suggested we were of the spiritual variety. My books of poetry contain arond 25% spiritual poems although it is very hard to do anything outside my spiritual realm but the other contents are roughly 25% on my family life or living in a family, 25% on my work experience or the work experiences we all share, and 25% on life as I intersect it. This last section too is where we may have some connection. We still have 7 months of political debates to endure and I thought I would include in this message a poem that reflects one of my moods and ideaology on the subject. It is a newer piece and one I think you will be able to see pretty quickly.

 

Pillaged

 

A pitiless apathetic forceful wind

Howls through our financial fidelity

Unseen, unheard, we are unaware

Of the lost integrity of a financial fraternity

 

But fortunes are made by the unscrupulous

Their millions now securely vaulted

With homes in the Hamptons and Park Avenue

While our pillaged America stands defaulted

 

They have leveraged our nation’s future

On worthless overexposed subprime debt

Creating in the common man a skeptical mind

Leading our pillaged America to hedge all financial bets

 

The dishonesty displayed by those who we trusted

Feeds on the carcass of our dying democracy

They will destroy us, bury us, and lead us astray

And replace our government with a financial aristocracy

 

We stand now at the precipice of what course to take

As the wind continues to howl and profits grow

For the Wall Street Barons with finery unsurpassed

While the common man fails and has no place to go

 

The pillager purges and mines our fortunes

As we Americans watch with our lives defaced

And the pillager still plunders markets entrusted with

Until we are all, even them, financially disgraced

 

The system still works is what we so often hear

But only if we return to where this all started

But for now most of our American families

Are in default, defeated, and bitterly broken hearted

 

Who do we trust from this day forward

With retirement funds on which we depend

This question is best served to our elected officials

Who must regulate what we expect in the end

 

The time has come now after 30 plus years

Of unchecked capitalism at its worst

For fiduciary investment from those we should trust

To put their customers and not their profits first

 

1/17/12

JMW

 

This is one of hundreds and one that is in my newest collection called Until Today: Stories and Poems on Life as I Know It. You can see a little of it on my website at www.jmwhitebooks.com. If you like what you see maybe we could do something in the future or at least follow each other's work.

At 3:33pm on February 15, 2012,
Author
Catalina Egan
said…

Hi Darrell,

I am aware that it was the wrong person trying to read a book that held no possible interest to them. I am also aware that since I have never paid for, or pushed for a good review, I could very well end up with some bad ones. Ironically her last sentence was if you like a lot of information and data, then maybe this book is for you but not for me. She also gave James Joyce's Ullyses one star! :) So I am indeed in good company!

Thanks for your AMAZING words, I just felt the only ethical thing to do was to post the news as I have about the good ones. I am humbled and honored by the review, albeit far more humbled than honored this time!

Catalina

At 4:17pm on February 8, 2012,
Author
Catalina Egan
said…

WHAT AN AMAZING BLOG RADIO INTERVIEW> POST IT EVERYWHERE! IT WAS FABULOUS!!!!
Catalina

At 9:51pm on February 5, 2012,
Blogger
Lisa Johnson
said…
At 11:35am on February 5, 2012,
Blogger
Lisa Johnson
said…

My Blog

 

Click above and there is the link!

Lisa

Have a great day!

At 3:54pm on December 12, 2011,
Author
Catalina Egan
said…

Wow! I love the way you describe and analize it all! In the philosophies that I am most familiar with what you refer to HORIZONTAL lives would be PArrallel lives, I am grappling with that concept due to a few regressions I had last year. I try to live for today or fore the future, but I find all spiritual philosophies intriguing and well worth contemplating. You have given me a lot of food for thought! Most interesting all you had to say, it should really be for one of the Forums in The Book Blog group on Spirituality where all the members can comment! You may want to join a group or two and post your thoughts!
Thanks for sharing,
Catalina

At 2:49am on December 11, 2011, Intoxicated by Books said…

Hi. Welcome to Book Blogs! I hope you like it here. I have found many wonderful people use this site and they are very supportive! You can find me over at http://intoxicatedbybooks.blogspot.com if you need any help with anything. I have lots of cool stuff going on over there!

Christina

At 11:22pm on December 7, 2011,
Author
Catalina Egan
said…

Thanks for the comment and visit! I was surprised you are interested in past lives, I have had several regressions, but the documented ones in the book, are not my own. He now wishes to remain anonymous, but had an interestng and possitive reaction to the book. I saw on your site that you worked with inmates and I found that fascinating on two levels, you probably helped an aspect of humanity few are capable or willing to. You also probably have an amazing mass of ideas which will give your new career a wealth of characters and events to write about!

Thanks for checking out my site,

Catalina

At 6:22pm on December 7, 2011,
Author
Catalina Egan
said…

Hello Darrell,

Welcome to book blogs, what a cool Bio, so nice to be in the cup-runeth-over, state of mind. I too am a parent and a w spouse, my Tom and I have been married 20 years. I will check out your web-site and hope you get a chance to check out mine at www.thebridgeofdeaths.com I spent on and off 18 years researching this book, based on true events from 1939.

Catalina

 
 
 

Need help?

Badge

Loading…

© 2014   Created by Tarah Theoret.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service