Author Cheryl K. Hawkins shares her Hurricane Katrina story in the Book “Louder Than Thunder”

How far would you go to survive with your parents in the event of a hurricane? Will you ever stop to think of your faith in the middle of a crisis? Are you prepared to go to any length to ensure the safety of those around you? The book Louder

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CONVICT LIVES MATTER TOO by Willie Hill

Below are the actual words of Willie Hill, the author of Colors: The Ancient African Connection to the Founding of America and the Making of the Crips and Bloods. Parents of today’s so-called “At Risk Youth” are Forced to suffer silently in their helpless despair and dire uncertainty about the

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Fear of Death Removed: Books 1 & 2 in a Series of 7 by Tom Bennett

Medium for a ‘dead’ priest Anthony Borgia transcribed the thoughts of a deceased priest and author whom he had known in life: Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson, son of former Archbishop of Canterbury, Edward White Benson. From the next world, the spirit priest dictated a wealth of scripts to his friend.

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The Intimacy Equation by Tim Marshall

Because of an experiment held by the NSA a new world evolves. A new type of hero emerges who wants to help the rest of the world catch up to the new paradigm. The only problem is the NSA believes these heroes to be a National Security threat, and will

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This is Yakutat: Yaakwdaat Aya by Bertrand Adams

Herein is a collection of short stories about a Tlingit village in Southeast Alaska. The stories are illustrated with the author’s water color paintings. In these stories, and images, you will pick up a little about the geography of the region as well as the history, culture and the values

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Create Your Own Fate by Elaine Northrop

Elaine Northrop is the author of this inspiring life-changing book, Create Your Own Fate: Connect with Your Creativity and Change Your Life. Nothing is Beyond Belief. Imagination is the key to creating a new reality! Whatever you can imagine, you can implement. Whatever you believe actually creates the world you

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The timely book on Racial Discrimination

H. Ann Ackroyd is the author of Slaves, Masters and Traders: Historical Fiction. This timely book is a must read in today’s issue on racial discrimination. It is critically acclaimed by people who bought the book on Amazon. Although the book deals with a dark and serious subject – slavery

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Cuauhtémoc: Descending Eagle by D L Davies

D L Davies is the rising author of Cuauhtémoc: Descending Eagle. This story takes place in the early 16th Century; a time when the world seemed to be expanding at an almost exponential rate. It occurs in South America in a land known as Maya: this is not a tale

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Earl Fee is Running by Earl W. Fee

Earl W. Fee released his monumental autobiographical book, Earl Fee is Running. In this book, you will be inspired by his life of a late-blooming world champion, with colored photos, and some of Earl’s pertinent poetry, in 20 entertaining chapters describing his life from 1929 to 2018… Highlights in this

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Reversing The Aging Process

Do you want to know how how to reverse your aging process, the Julie Cox version? I wonder too when people tell me, “You look the same from ages ago or you haven’t aged since twenty years ago.” First of all, you must have these: Healthy lifestyle. Forgive yourself and

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Slaves, Masters and Traders by H. Ann Ackroyd

Slaves, Masters and Traders: Historical Fiction written by H. Ann Ackroyd is a timely book which got numerous positive rave reviews on Amazon. Although the book deals with a dark and serious subject – slavery in 1800 AD – it is not all doom and gloom. The story is told

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Dondobee by Dale Parry

Dale Parry is the author of Dondobee or The Adventures of a Leolian Elf. According to Debbie T., an Amazon book reviewer from Fulton, New York, it’s a delightful book with lovable characters and a great story for young and old alike. Here’s a detailed positive review from one of

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Eternal Life: A Question of Honor by Thomas O’Buck

Eternal Life: A Question of Honor is written by Thomas O’Buck. Eternal Life is a comprehensive study of Biblical scripture. The study defines, characterizes, and shows the existence of Eternal Life. The book shows the teachings of Christ himself to the men he chose as apostles as well as to

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I am Human. I am True

I have and had processed my pain and suffering. The fact that there are words to describe both means it is real physical or emotional. Whenever I try to suppress both, it surfaces somewhere else and it isn’t always good as in attempting suicide to end it all. I don’t

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Creating An Atmosphere For The Promises Of God by Melba K. Wiggins

Creating An Atmosphere For The Promises Of God is written by an inspirational speaker, Melba K. Wiggins. A dedicated teacher of the Word of God with the gift of teaching, bringing about adequate understanding of the truth revealed in the Word. A leader to many that seeks only communicating what

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Happy 4th of July from Julie Cox

Past midday lunch between cleaning… Cleaning bathroom, wood floor, moving furniture and making everything shiny on this Special July 4th Day. I wanted to remind Myself my humble beginning today. I humbly say, I was a housekeeper and never have forgotten this great country USA, the greatest country that gave

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The Productivity and Pleasure Principle by Christian Wiese

In a field one summer’s day, a Grasshopper was hopping about, chirping and singing to its heart’s content. An Ant passed by, bearing along with great toil an ear of corn he was taking to the nest. “Why not come and chat with me,” said the Grasshopper, “instead of toiling

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True Philadelphia Stories by Garret Godwin

These stories and essays, for the most part, take place in the city of Philadelphia. Taken together, they paint the portrait of a young scholar trying to find his way in the big city. From the halls of academe through his transition into the “real world,” the stories chart his

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Workbook for Basic Phonics: Words & Reading for Pre-K1 to Complement Other Educational Programs by Melvine Groves

Melvine Groves authored the book, Workbook for Basic Phonics: Words & Reading for Pre-K1 to Complement Other Educational Programs. All teachers and parents want their children to enjoy learning and to have successful beginning reading experience. The activities on the pages of this Workbook will help to develop skills and

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THE RIGHT RESPONSE by Julie Cox

NO to wiping US history and I am an American of Asian descent. Protest should be about All Lives Matter, or about Native American Indian rights about their own land taken forcibly. That’s the history worth fighting for to get it right. History be known that slaves were given opportunities

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