Barbara J. Guardino grew up in Eugene, Oregon during the 1960s, and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from the University of Oregon. Her career as a print journalist spanned nearly two decades, taking her from Oregon to Maryland and back. She is a member of Oregon Christian Writers and American Christian Fiction Writers.
Who would pay $10,000 for psychic advice from a man sitting in a mental hospital awaiting trail for credit card fraud? The rich and famous, of course! Con artist David Marius Guardino counted on their gullibility, billing himself as The World's Greatest Psychic. David returned to his Christian roots in 2007, shortly before he died in prison. His family tells his story of hope and redemption.
“How I Met The Beatles” takes on the issue of celebrity idol worship. It is the story of a girl named Priscilla and how her dream to meet The Beatles leads her on a journey toward emotional and spiritual maturity. It promotes dialog between parents who lived through the tumultuous 1960s, and their children whose lives are still affected by the social and moral upheaval that occurred.