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  • Rusty - A Dog and His Angels

    by Cindy Devereaux

     

    Rusty, a terrier-chow mix, could be described as a loyal companion, teacher, best friend and the neighborhood mascot. He was known for his playfulness and sweet disposition. His family adored him and all of the neighbors lovingly looked after him as if he were their own.  

    The author received a channeled message from Archangel Michael at an International Angel Day workshop. It said: “don’t worry about Rusty -- the angels are looking after him.&rdq... more

  • LOOK UP! Musings on the Nature of Mindfulness

    by Jennifer Payne

    LOOK UP! Musings on the Nature of Mindfulness is a journal of one woman's reconnection with Nature, told through essays and poems by writer Jennifer Payne, and illustrated by 100 stunning, full-color photographs of the woods and shoreline of Connecticut. LOOK UP! narrates Jen's personal journey from running her own business 24/7 to the rediscovery of the joys she knew as a child playing outdoors and a new connection with the world around her. Follow along on this journey, season by se... more

  • Dear Christian: A Letter From CHRIST

    by Okwudili Iloka
    CHRIST takes you through a journey of personal transformation in this heart-warming and life-changing letter series. You will learn the Truth on; • The Gospel • Being Born Again • Faith • Prayer • Creative Living This timeless classic is an awakening that calls all who ‘have ears to hear’ to return to the unfailing PRACTICAL LAW OF LOVE.
  • Power of Midnight Prayer

    by Gabriel Agbo
    This book ‘Power of Midnight Prayer’ will certainly be one of the most comprehensive and most powerful books written on spiritual warfare. The choice of the title came from a wealth of experience, chilling testimonies and confessions, and a careful study of the word of God. It is indeed a very rich and well-researched work. It has been described as an incredible book. Here, you will learn of the enormous but yet to be fully tapped spiritual power embedded in the prayers done between 11:00pm... more
  • Celibacy, What Was I Thinking?

    by Tranea Prosser
    If you read the title “Celibacy: What Was I Thinking?” then your interest would be piqued, right? Tranea Prosser wrote a book with that title, talking about her experience with celibacy and Christianity and relationships Tranea is a plus-sized woman, and she’s not afraid of that subject. In reality, most women in America are plus-sized women, too, and they’re looking for love just like Tranea. If you’re a woman, or you know a woman (which pretty much means anyone reading this article!), then ... more
  • In Need of a Joshua Man

    by Teresa D. Patterson
    When Audrey Peterson walks into church feeling the need to purge past sins, she sees Pastor Raymond Dickerson and is immediately put off by his striking good looks. She unfairly assumes that he must be one of those hypocritical preachers, the kind that praises the Lord on Sunday and raises hell the rest of the week. As Audrey opens her heart and listens to Pastor Dickerson’s sermon, she decides that her preconceived views may be wrong. There’s more to the pastor than a handsome face. She feels s... more
  • THE PARALLAX GROOVE

    by michael loughrey
    Slip inside The Parallax Groove and revel in fiction free from the straightjacket of realism. Previously published in noteworthy literary magazines, these fourteen short stories are a mesmerizing extravaganza of phantasmagorical fables in which the recognisably realistic is infused with the inexplicable and the unexpected, and deconstructivism subverts the familiar order of perception into exquisite disarray. Singular, surreal, intense, illuminating, incandescent, jocular, offbeat, risqué an... more
  • Makes Lessons, A Testimony of Prayer, Healing and Redemption at the Makeup Counter

    by Peggy Frazier O'Connor
    Peggy has always been a woman of faith. After a divorce, the breakup of her family, and the failure of her business, she found herself having to go back to a retail job to pay her bills. Was it is step backwards, or a divine redemption of her past? Peggy decided to praise God every day on her way to work as a makeup consultant. Through one remarkable experience after another, God started to make a way for Peggy to reclaim her vision. She started praying for her clients and coworkers, giving th... more
  • On The Balcony: Rapture and Ruptures

    by Jerome Jewell

    "On The Balcony: Rapture and Ruptures" is a collection of stories and insights about lessons learned and unanswered questions. It probes the kind of questions that we all face in our lives, about decisions, joys, mistakes, work, play, love, holding on and letting go, belonging and believing, uncertainty and doubt, spilled wine and profiteroles, music, travel, conflict, technology and athletics. The author uses a combination of personal stories, stories from workgroups, communities a... more

  • The Legacy Letters

    by Carew Papritz
    A tragedy begins. A husband and wife separate. He’s dying. She doesn’t know. She’s pregnant. He can’t return. Now he races against time— In the solitude of a mountain cabin. In a faraway mountain range. Trying to finish . . . For his children— his captivating stories and memories, turned into practical, moral, and spiritual instructions, now their “guidebook to life.” For his wife— his intimate words of great love and deep regret, now his journey of redemption, now her ... more
  • Irene and Her 6th Sense: 203

    by Rajith Rajappan
    The book talks about Irene and her life journey and successfully overcoming her inner obstacles to achieve what she is destined to do.
  • Unrequited - One Girl, Thirteen Boyfriends, and Vodka

    by Christy Heron
    January Estlin doesn't live in New York City. Her life doesn't involve vampires or a roll-your-eyes, unrealistic sex life, and she doesn't date over dramatic, complicated billionaires. January dates who you date and cries over the same things you cry about. Unrequited, a contemporary romance novel by Christy Heron, is a witty, fresh, sexy, true-to-life story, told through the eyes of a twenty-something young woman. Within a year of meeting Jack (a year filled with lascivious sex and drama) Ja... more
  • Don't just talk, Do it!

    by Nadine Horn
    Dreaming about some crazy adventures? Don't know where to start? Or even doubting that it is possible at all? It's time you read this book. It is a 'How-to' guide to transform yourself from a talker to a do-er. Your are not presented by isolated principles but taken along the incredible and adventurous journey of the author from being stuck, un-inspired & working in a mundane 9-to-5pm office environment in London to becoming a sponsored adventurer in less than 30 days. 7-steps that made it happe... more
  • The Princess of Freddy Beach

    by Beth Craig
    The Princess of Freddy Beach is a journalistic account of the true story of 7-year-old Hailey, diagnosed with a rare, terminal disease called Metachromatic Leukodystrophy. Her family, school and community are devoted to making her dreams come true at an accelerated pace. Featuring interviews with family and friends, as well as Hailey herself, charts the progress of a community's love for one girl and her family as they travel the most difficult path of their lives. A fictional version, Princess... more
  • Musing Aloud, Allowed

    by Sherna Spencer
    Musing Aloud, Allowed, is a collection of 40 poems which gives voice to contemporary social, cultural and political issues, including poems which provide a vivid picture of the immigrant experience and a recollection of Jamaican life and history. These poems engage the readers, gripping their imagination and senses in every line. The author skillfully weaves humor, advice hope and inspiration throughout the collection and encourages the reader to continue contemplating, Aloud.

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