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  • Shopping with the Virgin Mary

    by Kermie Wohlenhaus
    Shopping with the Virgin Mary is a collection of vignettes, not only about shopping, (even though shopping experiences are sprinkled throughout) but the author’s humorous, profound growing relationship, eclectic information, and understanding of Mary. Her relationship with the Virgin started off in the most benign and superficial of ways. She asked Mary to go shopping and from that one simple request, came an astonishing and heartfelt journey.
  • This life is beautiful

    by Lamia Islam
    This Life Is Beautiful Beginning with Aalinna's unique images of Dhaka, the cosmopolitan capital of the newly forged nation of Bangladesh, This Life is Beautiful charts three decades in the life of Aalinna and her family, beginning with her privileged yet traditional upbringing from childhood to early adulthood. After a sudden death in the family, her once idyllic life begins to unravel and her along with it. A diagnosis of Bipolar rocks her and her family. ... more
  • Just another girl in a lonely world

    by Genesis Flores
    The book is basically about my life and what I've been through, which recently happened a year ago and it inspired me to write about it so other kids know about me, my time of darkness that I experienced and hopefully they can learn from it.
  • Redemption: Supernatural Time-Traveling Thriller with Sci-fi and Metaphysics

    by Jacklyn A. Lo
    The year is 2045. Ann, a high-powered executive, working in an Artificial Intelligence International, is at the pinnacle of success. That is, until strange and elusive images begin to haunt her nights, slowly spilling into her days. The robotic companion she created leads her to a startling conclusion…these disturbing images may be whispers and screams from her past lives. With her scientific background, Ann is skeptical, but a visit to an ancient psychic plunges her into a cruel and pri... more
  • Humility

    by Dorothy McDonald
    Yea doubtless, and I count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord: for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and do count them but dung, that I may win Christ, (Philippians 3:8) We can be happy and humble as Apostle Paul was. The infamous thorn in the flesh made him humble. At first, he wanted it to be gone, but he then learned to rejoice with it. He allowed his infirmity to make him strong with his Master and Savior Jesus Christ. He eventually ... more
  • Fireproof Proverbs, A Writer's Study of Words

    by Royalene Doyle
    FIREPROOF PROVERBS, A Writer's Study of Words, is an insightful devotional book for aspiring, tired, or distracted writers (or perhaps, all three!) It is developed for all who love words, believe the written word can transform lives, and are on their own writing journey. The fifty-two week journal/study in Proverbs is a thought provoking, inspirational, Spirit-led guide that both encourages and teaches! No two readers will discover the same insights. It is not another self-help writing book but ... more
  • Wrong! 101 Reasons Why You Should Never Listen to Anyone

    by G R Howard
    Were you ever told you couldn’t do something, but you went ahead and did it anyway? That puts you in good company. Every person who ever amounted to anything, every dreamer, every doer, every person who was set on accomplishing something of importance or uniqueness, did so among people who said he or she couldn’t do it. Every significant scientific, technological, athletic, or artistic advance became manifest amidst an audience of naysayers. Here are 101 of those stories.
  • Inspired by God: My Life Filled with His Spirit in His Hands

    by Geneva Arnette
    Her love was found upon her knees. In her distress, she was searching and seeking out ways to find love and comfort that was missing in her life. From an early age as far back as she could remember she was searching, day after day, trying to fill that need of hurt and emptiness in her life, trying to find the answer to her needs. She never felt love and compassion from the most important people in her life, (her parents). She longed to be held, and told she was loved. As she watches her friend b... more
  • Four Minutes Past Midnight

    by Bruce Alexander Kilgour

    FOUR MINUTES PAST MIDNIGHT The author traces a lifetime of extraordinary paranormal experiences from an early age to the present. They combine to prove conclusively that there is far more to life than meets the eye. The proverbial "Doomsday Clock" will go on ticking beyond the figurative hour of midnight.

  • Dance of Grace

    by Stacy Monson
    In one unexpected moment, dancer Vanessa Jordan lost her family, her career, and her future. She blames God for destroying everything that mattered. Kurt Wagner, an ex-con with a second chance at life and faith, aches to shed his past and see his dream of helping teens become reality. The former dancer and the ex-con form an unlikely alliance to build River House, a safe haven for kids on the street. But when Kurt’s past threatens his dreams and his life, Vanessa becomes a target as well. ... more
  • Shattered Image

    by Stacy Monson
    Kiera Simmons’ career as a high-profile fashion model ends abruptly when a failed relationship nearly lands her in jail. Now she forges a quiet life helping teens understand their eternal value in a world saturated with the distorted messages of society. Peter Theisen is on the fast track to everything the celebrity life promises with every step of his meteoric rise in the music world orchestrated by his ambitious manager. Their unexpected romance is threatened by her past and his future, a li... more
  • The Goddess Who Forgot That She Was a Goddess

    by Patricia Dines

    You're invited to savor and share the enchanting magic of this sacred healing story -- for people of all ages! This gorgeous, full-color, high-quality hardcover book brings readers on a sweet and unexpected healing journey. Inspired original artwork deepens the experience along the way.

    At the start of the story, we join our sweet goddess living at the top of a beautiful hill. But she doesn't see any of the beauty that surrounds her, because of the sadne... more

  • mind patter

    by Najwa Zebian
    Mind Platter is a compilation of reflections on life through the eyes of an educator, student and human who experienced most of life in silence. It is written in the words of a person who came from Lebanon to Canada at the age of sixteen and experienced what it was like to have fate push you to a place where you don't belong. It is written in the voice of every person who ever felt unheard, mistreated, misjudged or unseen. Mind Platter contains around 200 one-page entries as reflections on d... more
  • Love Your Life to Death

    by Yvonne Heath
    Love Your Life to Death will make you laugh, it will make you cry, but most importantly it may give you a new perspective on life and death. Through many heartfelt stories of those who have been deeply impacted by loss, and interviews of professionals who deal with grief, death and dying, you will gain from their experience from many different vantage points. You will be empowered by: *Exploring why we have become a death phobic society *Better understanding medical futility, and quality vs. ... more
  • UnderNeath the MakeUp Series: Nurture the Powerful You! 365 Daily Inspirations

    by Cherise A Williams

    Underneath the Makeup Series is a devotional blueprint to a more powerful You! If you are giving up on your dreams, Cherise says, “God does not have a nervous condition! Why give up on the powerful you?” Unlike any other devotional ever offered, these 365 Daily Inspirations cut to the heart of how we live today and are written to nurture the powerful you! While our world throws new challenges and risks our way, God has not changed; He’s always ready to give us the strength we need when we dar... more

  • My Inner Child Must Be Heard: From Despair to Dancing on the Clouds

    by Corina Zalace
    My Inner Child Must Be Heard is the story in poetry of Corina's life and the many challenges she has faced. Her poems show how God brought her through every situation, and brought healing into her life. Corina's hope is that those who read her poems will find the same kind of healing that she has found through her Lord Jesus Christ, the Healer, Joy and Strength filling her every day. Life has not been easy, living with a body disabled by polio. Yet Corina maintained a positive attitude through e... more