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Phoebe and the Rock of Ages: Contemporary Christian Romance (The Gustafson Girls Sisters Series Book 3)
Phoebe Gustafson has been running wild her whole life. A gifted artist, she portrays people and places the way she wishes they were, not the way she really sees them. Her jaded perspective is born out of disillusionment, betrayal, and loss, and of memories too painful to dwell on. Until a family emergency and the charming, unconventional Jesus freak, Trevor Zander, converge on her life at the same time....
It's been six years since the Alliance has deposed the Usurper, thereby ending the bloodiest war that the Four Kingdoms have ever seen. The pace is slow on the farm where the little Agi lives with his parents, until one evening someone knocks on the door...
"Ok so this isn't my type of genre but Michael-Scott Earle never disappoints. I'm a "child" of the 80s so this book finds a very familiar scene with me. M-S really makes you care about the character, and the characters are all extremely well developed. You have the beautiful, manipulative girls and the awesome guitar player, reminds me of days gone by where the Musician's Institute guys and parties were all over." -SS
With his confidence splintering, Delvin Cunningham has left the champions. Traveling to the Yagervan Plains, the young warrior is ready to face his long avoided past. Yet there are dangers lurking in the plains that threaten his birth and adopted homelands. For his own survival, Delvin will have to gather his courage and assume the role of the cunning Mercenary Prince once again.
KLEPTOMANIAC is a journey into the annuals of biblical history concerning what the Bible teaches about tithing and giving. This book will take you on a proverbial archeological quest to uncover the true meaning of biblical words that deal with tithing and money. Every page in this manifesto will upend the common beliefs held by Christians that tithing is monetary based on the history and context of the Bible.
Peter Challenge Time Surfer: Book 1: Princess Hannsally and the Star People. A Time Travel Adventure Series
by John Priest
Peter looked at his freshly decorated bedroom wallpaper. His Dad thought the wallpaper was the worst he'd ever used. The strange old woman in the shop insisted Peter take it. The old lady knew his name, but how? And why did she seem so anxious? Why didn't she give it to another boy or girl? What was so special about it? Come to think of it - what was so special about him? Peter was about to find out...
by N.W. Moors
Members of the Cymrian race fled their planet and crashed on Manx. The Manxi are a gentle people and welcome the new arrivals to their world. They share with them the secrets of the Singing Caverns. While the two races live together in peace, only the Cymrians have been assimilated and acquire the pellucids that mark their future paths.
From the time she was very young until she became an adult, Star's whole life was always about finding her family and a home to call her own. As far back as she could remember, she had been sent away to live with people she didn't know. She was passed back and forth between family, strangers, and foster care. Growing up, Star endured many types of abuse and loss—painful experiences that sent her spiraling into all the wrong things.
by Jane O'Brien
Belle had been kept sheltered and protected her whole life, so when she finds her mother dead in their motel room, her world is turned upside down. Alone, with no one to help or advise her, she must make funeral arrangements and then plan the next step for the direction of her life. While going through some papers and documents that her mother had always kept in a locked box, Belle discovers that her mother had been keeping secrets.
In W. R. Watkins' second anthology, the reader is taken through the discovery of love. From the wishes and dreams of being loved; to the mixed emotions of your first secret crush; to having to let that crush go. Whilst less personal that the his first book, You. Are. Not. Alone., Watkins reveals his heart to the reader, sharing his own experiences in having feelings so strong for someone, they are hard to ignore.
A tender love story pulls the reader back to previous lives and a time richly elegant. Yesterday is also a harrowing tale of escape through the American Civil War, the heart wrenching love of slaves for their young white charges, and The Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
The European academic gadfly Doctor Wolfgang Falstaff settled in New England and the Boston area in the late 1980s for a period of treatment and study at the Transcendental Institute (better known as "The Farm") located in Marktree, Massachusetts. What follows is a Rabelaisian, coarsely humorous commentary on a troubled modern life much like an earlier theatrical doppelgänger.
by MK Alexander
How does a Mongol horde help solve a baffling crime in Colorado and save FDR from assassination? Inspector Fynn and Patrick charge through history, past and present to save America from itself.
by John Yantiss
On a frigid Friday afternoon in February, Eleanor Harkness shows up at the door of the “granite palace,” Sherrod Colsne’s New York townhouse. Her unexpected yet incredibly fateful and ironic appearance not only knocks Colsne’s normally unflappable assistant, Monty Weston, off stride, but takes both of them down a winding path of romance, past and present, and decades-old, bitter hatred.
A collection of selected poems of Tukaram, the greatest poet from India. Though written in the seventeenth century, Tukaram's poetry hold its relevance in our own twenty-first century that is facing so many self-created evils! These poems will heal your bruised mind with their spiritual touch and at the same time enrich it with their worldly wisdom! Much needed fine balance indeed!!!
Freelance Writing: Aim Higher, Earn More: Build on your successes and take your writing to the next level
This book is aimed at people who have had modest successes in publishing and want to take their writing to the next level.
by Carole Gill
What is wrong with this circus? Plenty and it gets worse. There's a senile old man with a terrible secret and a box of souvenirs he's crazy about. His son's protected his secret all his life and his own. When an old carny with second sight joins up, Fred gets nervous.
"Rise of the AntiChrist" is the second book in "The Second Coming" series. The Castillo's two children, a girl (Samantha) and her brother (Damien), realize very early on that although their father has relinquished his immortality to marry their mother, their genes are still far from those of a normal human being. Beelzebub has escaped the pits of Hades, raised an AntiChrist and will fight for the hearts, minds, and souls of a generation