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Trusting God to Restore Whatever You Lose and Forgiving People Who Cause You Pain – Teera: A Life Of Hope and Fulfillment

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A glowing life that was destined to be great turns into a horrific nightmare. Devastated by loss and disfigured Teera must endure and carry on for her children. My guest author Teera de Fonseka shares her spirit for life and her memoir that life after tragedy is possible. According to a reviewer Aisha she states that even though many of the events in the book were horrific, the writer kept the tone hopeful. She loves that the end of the book speaks of forgiving people who cause you pain but, also not giving up on life and trusting that God is able to restore whatever you lose. About Teera: A Life of Hope and Fulfillment Teera’s life was beautiful. Having grown up in the splendor of a beachside paradise, Teera settled down in a good home with the love of her life and their two gorgeous children. Filled with love,

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Action, Adventure, Deception and a Presidency Gone Wrong in False Pretenses

About False Pretenses A stolen election. Domestic terrorism. Extortion. Once in power, and consumed by greed, Pete Reeves will stop at nothing to have more of both. It's a non-stop race around the world to prevent the President from going to war to further his own ambitions. Politics takes one unexpected turn after another in "False Pretenses," the new political thriller by Scott Kramer. Purchase False Pretenses at Amazon Book Information Author: Scott R. Kramer Publisher: Eagle Ridge Press Genre: Political Thriller #of Pages: 360 Publication Date: April, 2015 Amazon Price: Kindle: $5.99 Amazon Price: Paperback: $14.95 False Pretenses Excerpt One “Well, it all comes down to tonight,” said the anchorman at the country’s #1 rated TV network. “After more than a year of campaigning, criss-crossing the country, kissing babies and shaking hands – this is it. “The polls are open all around the country, and getting ready to close

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The Ghosts of Petroglyph Canyon

The Ghosts of Petroglyph Canyon
About The Ghosts of Petroglyph Canyon School is out for the summer and Pablo Perez, his sister, Pia, and their cousin, Kiki Flores, visit the Bar-7 ranch in New Mexico. The young Missourians have come to help their Uncle Antonio with the annual cattle roundup. Uncle Antonio introduces his nephew and nieces to hundreds of primitive petroglyphs that have been chiseled into the walls of a nearby canyon. Sadly, looters are routinely excavating the ancient drawings with high-tech rock saws. Uncle Antonio believes the looters are selling the glyphs. Pablo, Pia, and Kiki are determined to put a stop to the looting, and that’s when the adventure begins. Read Chapter 1 on Amazon Purchase the book on Amazon, if you want to read it now. Save Save

In the Spotlight: The Book of Zev’s Marilyn Horowitz

Marilyn Horowitz
The Book of Zev is a political thriller that tells the story of two gentle people who change the course of history. Zev Bronfman, a strapping 32-year old-virgin, angry atheist, refugee from a religious Jewish life, and former engineer for the U.S. Patent Office in Alexandria, Virginia, drives a cab and sleeps around in New York City. After a bitter divorce, Sarah Hirshbaum, a beautiful, redheaded, depressed, God-hating kosher chef, seesaws between yoga and too much red wine. Independently, the two consult the same psychic who inadvertently sends Sarah Zev’s session tape. When Sarah contacts Zev to pick up the recording, a series of events forces them to connect with a powerful terrorist in order to thwart his plans to destroy the UN and Israel. Click here to read an Excerpt of The Book of Zev Pre-order from Amazon   [caption id="attachment_2725" align="alignleft" width="276"] Marilyn Horowitz[/caption] Marilyn Ida Horowitz is

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Get to Know Claire Sanchez, the Heroine in The Unholy

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About The Unholy "A young curandera, a medicine woman, intent on uncovering the secrets of her past is forced into a life-and-death battle against an evil Archbishop. Set in the mystic land of Aztlan, the Unholy is a novel of destiny as healer and slayer. native lore of dreams and visions, shape changing, and natural magic work to spin a neo-gothic web in which sadness and mystery lure the unsuspecting into a twilight realm of discovery and decision." Purchase The Unholy at Amazon Get to Know Claire Sanchez, the Heroine in The Unholy Claire Sanchez a medicine woman and heroine from Paul DeBlassie III’s thriller, The Unholy comes from Aztlan, the mythopoeic realm of destiny as healer and slayer. Claire Sanchez, 25 year old is a young woman who has lost her mother when she was five years old, witnessed her murder at the hands of a black robed man.

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Caught Book Tour Spotlight

About Caught A collection of short stories, literary sketches and vignettes each capturing a moment in the life of someone a lot like you. Each story delves into human themes: expectation, desire, hope, loss, fear, joy, peace, suffering, redemption. The narrative is filled with subtle irony, humour and touching observations. The stories highlight our era of increasing social disconnection, in which technology is replacing intimacy and life occurs at a pace that challenges people’s ability to stop, observe and interpret their own existence and its relationship with those around them. It highlights the everyday moment and provides nourishment for the harried soul. The overriding message in Caught is: that any moment in every life can be viewed as worthy of treasuring. Whether that moment is filled with despair or joy; they provide entertaining relief and nourishing benefits. Read a Sample   Facebook   Website   Twitter   Follow the Author’s Tour   Amazon

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Seven Random Things about Murder in the Worst Degree

Murder in the Worst Degree Marilyn M
I had the title before I knew what the plot was going to be. A friend said, “Why don’t you call your next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery, Murder in the Worst Degree?” I thought that was a terrific title. Of course when I sat down to write the book, I had no idea where I was going with it. I had plenty of ongoing minor plots with the characters who appear in every book, but I had to come up with a murder that would qualify for being in the worst degree. I really wasn’t sure if I’d done that until I got near the end.    Because my series is based on the men and women in the police department, there must be more than one crime. Besides the murder, there’s also a rapist on the loose, and a couple of burglaries. And of course, you’ll also learn about

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A Love of Words and Persistence Turns into the Book Nowhere AZ

About Nowhere AZ [caption id="attachment_2695" align="alignright" width="192"] Nowhere AZ[/caption]   “Always going somewhere. Never getting anywhere.” Negative energy haunts the nameless Narrator, who’s been on the run for twelve years. A convicted killer on the loose, he has no one left to rely on and no place to call home, so he heads west. “Those who will remember will say it’s all my fault.” He has no control of what he’s capable of and does his best to avoid any type of confrontation at all costs. Words are said, things are done. Friends turn into enemies. “They call me a monster.” Just as he’s about to reach his destination, his past starts catching up quickly. Publisher: CreateSpace, Sept. 30, 2012 ISBN: 978-1478352969 Category: Thriller/Suspense/Mystery Tour Dates: January, 2014 Available in: Print & ebook, 149 pages Guest Post from Chris Nunley I originally wanted to write Nowhere, AZ as a screenplay,

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Thy Will Be Done Book Spotlight and Excerpt

Thy Will Be Done
[caption id="attachment_2685" align="alignright" width="200"] Thy Will Be Done[/caption] About the book: The world cries out for an imaginative but realistic Biblical guide to the life foreshadowed in Christ’s model prayer. No foolish utopia, here is a powerful, comprehensive portrait of a sinful world redeemed and transformed by Christ—including the tools needed to hasten the day.   The author weaves a tapestry of possibility–Christ’s people growing as salt and light, putting flesh on the Bible’s vision of blessing in every aspect of human life and endeavor, bringing joy to all peoples and glory to the One who came to save the world. “Ron Kirk comprehensively applies the Lordship of Christ to all areas of life” (Peter Hammond, The Reformation Society, South Africa).   Purchasing information:   Nordskog Publishing: Amazon:   Book excerpt:   Jesus said we know a tree by its fruit. What fruit might we expect when the

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You Have How Many Christmas Trees?

A Christmas Kindness
Christmas is such a magical time of year. What's your favorite part about the season? You Have How Many Christmas Trees? By C. C. Gevry   [caption id="attachment_2681" align="alignright" width="193"] A Christmas Kindness[/caption] When someone asks me what my favorite part of the Christmas season is, I easily admit spending time with my family. People are busy, and our family is no exception. So, taking time around the holidays to catch up with everyone is a wonderful thing. But what I really love most is decorating. At one point, I had as many as 10 Christmas trees here. Most of them have themes: snowmen, collectible ornaments, handmade ornaments, angels, toys, and snowflakes and icicles. Some are fiber optic. Our girls each have a tree for their bedrooms: one pink, one purple. Decorating begins the week before Thanksgiving. My goal is to have the house ready for when family arrives on

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