I am Dr. Joey Branstutter, an exotic & small animal veterinarian in a suburb of Cincinnati called Mason. I love treating a variety of companion animals. Vet medicine has been my passion for many years prior to vet school (wanted to be a vet since I was 10 years old). Long study, a few years of research after a master's degree and then to Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts, W.I. followed by a year of clinical training at Louisiana State School of Veterinary Medicine finally earned me my DVM.
Besides vet medicine, I enjoy writing poetry, drawing and painting. I have a strong interest in ministry and helping people aside from the furry, feathered and scaly friends I meet in my day job.
What's the story behind your latest book?
I want to help students who are aspiring to a veterinary career. In such a competitive field, I want to provide a hand of support and encouragement.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
The speed and flexibility of writing to publishing is wonderful. No red tape. Indie gives authors a voice!
A study guide college students looking to go from second rate to great. Astonish your professors when they see the improvement you make in a short time. Apply simple and proven techniques used by Dr. Branstutter during his training and watch your test scores and confidence sail to new heights.
Learn about all the exciting aspects of veterinary medicine as well as preparing for the challenges of veterinary education. Dr. Joey Branstutter shares helpful advice on how to traverse the competitive vet school application process. Study techniques and life management skills are also shared. This book will be of great help to anyone applying to vet school or other professional program.
on Sep. 26, 2014
Pure confusion. Satan has no power over Jesus. Satan is already defeated, even from the foundation of the world: Christ was prophesied to "bruise the serpent's head..." as early as Genesis chapter 3. Satan is a loser. Jesus is a winner. Pure and simple! Don't waste your time reading 122 pages of craziness.