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Flowers Speak by Rev. Lorraine Aplin Flowers Speak is a channeled book, bringing a message from the energy of flowers to our wonderful planet, Earth. The message is direct, clear, and easy to reflect on. It is like "This is the way it is, so get your act together." Easy to pick up time and again till understanding dawns. Lorraine was introduced to …
 
Memories of a Reluctant Soldier:: The Cold War Revisited by Dr. Bruce Conroe A personal account of a draftee's Army life in the mid-1950s, when world events created great tension. A close look at a different time. It is also written for the benefit of younger generations, especially our children, and their understanding of the seemingly worldwide c…
 
Soul Wars: An Adventure into the Supernatural by Chris Kline This story was written and birthed from the spirit and imagination of the author. The characters and situations will hold the reader's attention because they are so common and believable. Have you noticed in your family line one generation to the next besetting habits, tempers, abuse, pov…
 
MR. McTAVISH: GOES TO THE COMMUNITY PARK by Bon Kay Mr. McTavish's love for taking rides with Gma inspires her to take him everywhere she goes, especially when children are involved. McTavish knows they will have fun when children will be there. He loves their unconditional love. Join Mr. McTavish and Gma on their next journey to visit some very sp…
 
Me and the General by Rosemary Valenti Guarnera Me and the General is a story finally being told after many years. It is the biography of a man named Ralph Liguori, whose life was intertwined with the "infamous" Charles "Lucky" Luciano and a would-be president, Thomas E. Dewey. It relates the twists and turns that change the course of his existence…
 
Life, Death, Hope: The Journey to the Next Realm by Rev. Dr. John Diomede As we embrace the journey of life we have many decisions to make concerning ourselves and others. Those choices are made with the information we obtain each and every day. We gather data and we act on it. The thoughts we receive and the direction we choose are critical to our…
 
Regicide: Storm Cloud By: Eric Heicher Shine's life has been mostly uneventful in the sleepy backwater town of Hanover. That is until the night his father was murdered by the tyrannical King Pious. Ten years later, he sets out to find fellow adventurers to aid in his quest to rid the kingdom of King Pious and his tyranny for good. With each new adv…
 
MR. McTAVISH: Goes To The Hospital by Bon Kay Mr. McTavish's love for taking rides with Gma inspires her to take him everywhere she goes, especially when children are involved. Mr. McTavish knows they will have fun when children will be there. He loves their unconditional love. Join Mr. McTavish and Gma on their next journey. Bon Kay has lived in P…
 
In Wilderness and Mountain Lore by Eric Magelssen In Wilderness and Mountain Lore explores the stories and adventures of visiting a mountain wilderness retreat over a fifty-year period with a group of friends. We nearly always were able to reserve the only two cabins for the second week of June. Domke Lake is located in the North Cascades wildernes…
 
Covid 19 and a Preacher’s Love Letters: Word of Hope During the Pandemic by Reverend Dr. Serenus T. Churn Sr. Taken inspiration from the Holy Spirit which prompted the good Reverend to compose this book. After that fateful second Sunday on March 2020, was the last Sunday service in Mount Zion Baptist Church in Winston-Salem NC. Without warning that…
 
Mega Quake 2023: How 3 Timelines and 7 Events Signal End-Times by Dr. Richard Ruhling ​"There shall be a time of trouble such as never was..." The Bible links the "day of the Lord" to when God shakes the earth terribly and signs point to 2023 for the beginning of what many Christians believe is 7 years of tribulation like the 7 years of Joseph's fa…
 
A Lesson Long Ago by Sherry Walraven Five high school students, who have been life-long friends, have been given an English/History assignment for the end of the school year. It was decided to do their assignment on the Civil War era and how the people lived in the middle of a war. They knew they wouldn't have a live soldier, who had been in the Ci…
 
The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man by Dan Huddleston For most of my life, I have been infected by wanderlust. When I see an airplane flying overhead or a ship on the horizon, I can't help but ask myself, "I wonder where they are going?" Life, as it has evolved, has led me on a journey that is beyond my imagination. I participated in one of t…
 
MR. McTAVISH: Goes to the Library by Bon Kay Mr. McTavish loves to take rides on anything as long as he is with Gma. He protects her, and she takes good care of him. He loves going everywhere, especially if there will be children there. When Gma takes him to school, he never expected such a wonderful surprise. Bon Kay has lived in Pennsylvania all …
 
The Nature of Good Government By H. Doyle Smith The government should be a government of people, not money. The Occupy Wall Street movement senses this but lacks focus. This book provides that focus. The government has roles to play in the safety, conflict resolution, and pooling resources. The roles that the government has to play require strict a…
 
RAISING HEALTHY CHILDREN & THE YOUNG-AT-HEART: 12 Simple Tips that WORK! with Susan Smith Jones, PhD Raising healthy children can be a very daunting and challenging task in this day and age with so many activities, poor food choices, sitting too long in front of the computer or smart phone, peer pressure from friends and much more. Our guest today,…
 
Little Window Visits: on Lindenpopper Lane by R. J. Snyder At times, we all might feel like we are on the outside looking in. Sometimes, the windows we stare into show us all the things we wish we had. Sometimes, the windows show us the people we want to hold and keep close to in our lives. And sometimes, the light glinting off the glass shows us w…
 
Stormfront: Book One of the Stormsong Trilogy by Stephen A. Reger An epic storm is threatening all of Europe… The year is 1618, and the Christian world stands, once again, on a knife's edge. The once great Holy Roman Empire, like most of the rest of Europe, is divided along religious, political, and economic lines - pitting Catholics against Protes…
 
A Turkey's Thanksgiving Story by Justin Boyd Tom has a problem. He just learned that he would be the guest of honor at this year's Thanksgiving dinner, which is not usually a bad thing, unless you are a turkey! Tom must hatch a plan if he is going to survive this holiday, something to truly be thankful for on Thanksgiving. An all-new barnyard class…
 
The Revelation of Revelation: A Book of Revelation - A Total Fraud by Ken Vernon and Brooke Folk The Revelation of Revelation is a story never told before now because it wasn't to be told until now, according to scriptures. It didn't happen in a vision, not in a sudden rush of a mighty wind, but instead a gentle but profound inspiration. Ken Vernon…
 
What the Bible really says about Money and Giving: It's Not What You Think! by Dr. Michael Davis Ever wonder if, as a Christian, it's OK to be rich? Or, how much should you really be giving each month? Believe it or not, God's Word, written over 2,000 years ago, provides specific answers to these questions and many others impacting our everyday fin…
 
Charlie and The Elephant by Loretta Beacham Charlotte, a girl who's curious and kind, is chosen by a big blue elephant to banish the cruel poachers from the forest. In a daring and determined plan, they join forces with the clever, talkative Mr. Crow and the empathetic, self-sacrificing Miss Ash Tree. With bravery, teamwork, and a surprise ambush b…
 
Freddy B: My Last Encounter With the Law Got Me A Trip for a One Year Stay at a Department of Corrections Facility by Yvonne Stevens Walton Harris I believe Freddy B will open the eyes of young men and women-"There are consequences to your actions in life." My hope is this book will continue his ministry to others. His struggle may help parents rea…
 
The House of Wolves: Murder Runs in the Family by James Patterson and Mike Lupica James Patterson and Mike Lupica are the thriller dream team! Jenny Wolf’s murdered father leaves her in charge of a billion-dollar empire—and a family more ruthless than Succession's Roys and Yellowstone’s Duttons. The Wolfs, the most powerful family in California, ha…
 
Friendship City: Hanging by a Thread By Carl H. Mitchell It is 2058. NYPD detective Nick Garvey and Lenora Allison, President of the battered and reeling United States, are battling the many remaining remnants of the murderous World Council. They must confront the forced introduction of a man-made killer plague and the destruction of the newly crea…
 
Bending Atmospheres: A Journey from Inner to Outer Space by Glenn J. Butler with W.B. King A memoir of a young man's dream of space flight, Bending Atmospheres is a dazzling adventure recounting daring, heroic professionals learning to work at undersea pressures to 1,000 feet sea water and in the vacuum of orbital space traveling at 18,000 miles an…
 
Into the Canyon with Mary Colter by Dr. Barbara ten Brink ​The work of the Atchison, Topeka, Santa Fe Railroad, the work of the Fred Harvey Company, and the talent and brilliance of Mary Colter formed a “perfect storm” to complete their many building projects along the Western Ho movement from her first hire in 1902 until her retirement in 1948. Pl…
 
A Penny for Your Thoughts: Penny Johnson's Legacy by Jane Penny Johnson Poetry is the song that poets sing to beautify the world. In A Penny for Your Thoughts, contemporary American poet Penny Johnson presents verses about nature, love, life, death, philosophy, and religion. She considers American life in the present day. With her writing, she hope…
 
The Message by Dr. Michael Ritivoi Hansen The Message is a birds eye view of the origin of Marxism, how it came to be a political system, what kind of a society it is, its daily life, all woven around my personal experience. "The remarkable power of his "message" derives not from rhetorical device but from the searing authenticity of his early life…
 
I Kidnap Girls: Stealing From Traffickers, Restoring Their Victims by Pamela Rigdon "I kidnap girls from their traffickers. Their pimps never know it until the girls are in the car with me, speeding toward the safe house." Iana Matei did not always do such things. In fact, Matei, a once battered, imprisoned woman, had spent 10 years carefully const…
 
The Shingle Weaver's Picnic by P.C. Smith It's 1941, and the chill of something evil is spreading around the world like a black plague. Suspicion and fear have replaced the trust of innocence of humankind. The news of unheard-of violence and brutality presses heavily on the hearts of mankind. What is tomorrow going to look like? What has happened t…
 
Healing: MY PILGRIMAGE WITH TAGORE, INDIA'S REVERED TEACHER by Linda L. George Ph. D. A retired clergyperson, with over 30 years of experience in civilian and military chaplaincy, explores her own grief experiences, including the deaths of two husbands, as well as reflections on myriad other losses everyone suffers. The author shares how we can eas…
 
Hunting the Comeback Trail by Bill Padilla Roy's lack of depth perception caused him to stumble several times while negotiating deadfalls....When Roy twisted his ankle on one of those logjams, he thought it safer to stay along the road. Roy's patience had grown as would that of any man who's survived serious injury. He waited and when shadows start…
 
Gratitude for Your Miraculous Body The Healing Power of Being Grateful For a woman with three of America’s most ordinary names, Susan Smith Jones, PhD, has certainly made extraordinary contributions in the fields of holistic health, anti-aging, optimum nutrition and balanced living. For starters, she taught students, staff and faculty at UCLA how t…
 
From Prosperity to Adversity by Curtis L. Sangster A prisoner, addict, ex-Marine, and now a devout Christian, Curtis L. Sangster has made his share of mistakes in life. Inspired to enter the U.S. Military by his father, an Army veteran, Curtis L. Sangster got in top-notch shape and joined the Marine Corps. He assumed he was physically and mentally …
 
Escaping Our Fallen Nature by David Piper As the fall of this tree following an ordinary weather event surprised its community, revealing that the roots beneath the surface had decayed, the minor turbulences in our own lives will often reveal that the foundation on which we have built our lives has severe deterioration just beneath the surface also…
 
A Hundred Honeymoons: A Novel by J.S. Wilson Women are predators too, only the prey is different? - A.J. Strindberg A Hundred Honeymoons? storyline develops like a carnally driven small town soap opera revolving around two innocent teenagers, Todd and Sally. Drenched in hormonal confusion, Todd?s teenage adventures offer a good number of relatable …
 
I'm Here for the Bath by P.E. Rolita I'm Here for the Bath was a labor of love for me to write. In the sixty plus short stories that I put together for you I shared not only the experiences of the people I served and their caregivers but my own as well. My life unfolded during the thirty plus years I cared for the dying and supported the people aro…
 
The Don: A Story of Discovery, Deception, and Defiance by Lillie Timmons Bella Rossellini, a young widow, mother, and athlete, is looking for work at the end of the semester break. Upon applying at the casino for a summer job, Bella finds the staff to be abrupt and rude, deciding a casino job is not for her. As she leaves the casino, she doesn't re…
 
Memoire Memes by Dr. Henrietta Abbey Adventure, life lessons, traveling, marriage, birth, migration, education, life experience, literature, assimilation, fitting in, history, and autobiography It's a memoir. It's an interesting story of the author's life. She narrates her life history, from childhood through kindergarten to the university. She mig…
 
FORTY YEARS to LIFE by Brenda Bradford Ward This work is a vivid description of a life-in-hiding very few people ever will experience. Society errs either on the side of lax and harmful permissiveness or of harsh and destructive suppression regarding gender identity conflict. To address the problem effectively, we first need to understand it; and a…
 
What You Should Have Learned on Earth by Martin S. Finkelstein Imbedded in this fantasy novel about death and life are many important life lessons for successful and satisfying living. The novel begins after the demise of Caleb Peterson. While alive, Caleb had been a staunch white supremacist. After his passing, his tortured soul undertakes an odys…
 
Alaska Stories: A Memoir by Margret Kingrey ALASKA STORIES: A Memoir is a story of travel, romance and spiritual quest of Margret Riddle. At forty-five, Margret leaves her son in Tacoma to move to Anchorage, AK to find her adventures. She works as an occupational therapist. In her free time, she kayaks, hikes and learns to snowshoe. Just when she l…
 
Dragon Lords: The Return of the Generals BY Trent R. Bingham Best friends Ryan and Jerry were finishing up a normal day, completely unaware that their lives were about to change. In the dark night, they learned that they have been watched and followed by two reptiles not from their world. They learned that they were actually dragons came to recruit…
 
Expect the Miraculous: A True Story of the Extraordinary Power of God by Carol Romeo Carol describes her books as a reflection of her personal journey through the ups and downs of life and the creative ways through which the Lord Jesus met her. She states, “Each book describes my struggles during that period of my life and how the Lord healed, deli…
 
A Trilogy That Explains Spiritual Growth: (The Cure For All Our Woes) by Jacqueline McNeil Watts "A Trilogy That Explains Spiritual Growth" gives readers a clear understanding of what human beings are, how we came to be, and the journey of spiritual growth that leads us to our future as spirit beings. It explains how three powerful energies (called…
 
Fan Loyalty: A tribute to the late Brook Benton by Carol Wilson Mack Fan Loyalty chronicles the journey of a young woman as she said "I am going to meet him." She did not know it at the time, but the man she was speaking about was the singer Brook Benton. She did get to meet he, and his entire family. She shares with us that amazing journey. Fan lo…
 
Life Is But A Dream: A Memoir of Living with Illness by Garet Spiese Afflicted with an unrecognized liver ailment at age 13, Peggy fights for life as her illness transforms her physically and psychologically. Her parents, uncertain whether their daughter will live or die, immerse her in life and positive energy. This is the story of Peggy's surviva…
 
I Am Copasetic by Stichis When I was young, when I was ignorant, when I was immature, when I was lame, when I had no game, I suffered from erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. I was a one-minute man. I hated it and she hated it. I was pathetic. But now that I am grown, I am knowledgeable, I am mature, I got game, when it's time to penetr…
 
Vision of Hope: Rebuilding A Life Destroyed By Drugs and Alcohol by Leilani Faber Vision of Hope is an important contribution to the growing number of stories by recovering addicts, for its well-written account in terms that are touching yet honest, in both the low points and high points of her story. Perhaps most significantly, Leilani Faber's lif…
 
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