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Finished my edits for A Walk with Heavenly Spirits and its in the capable hands of the Beta Readers. Then its revision time and plans to publish the first week in November.
Allison Stevens has been a child of God since she was a young child. One wrong decision takes her on a course of disappointment and heartache. God loves her and wants her back, but Satan wants to keep her in a life of despair and lies.
A family she didn’t know she had, a man grieving his loss, and a felon who wants her dead makes her life more complicated than ever. Can she find happiness outside of the chaos?
On the road back to God, she discovers that it doesn’t come without trouble. There are still struggles, but now she realizes she isn’t alone. God is with her. Can she stay strong and ward off the lies of the devil?
Heavenly Spirits are sent by God to instruct and remind Allison of God’s promises. Can she walk the path God intended for her and find the joy she lost?
This is an inspirational story of forgiveness, trust, enduring faith, and love.
Have a wonderful weekend. God bless.
|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on October 7, 2017 at 1:20 AM||comments (0)|
God Bless the Broken Road is one of the best novels I've read this year. The story is well written with lots of emotional scenes that kept me engaged. The main characters are well fleshed out and I found myself connecting to Amber and Bree immediately. Amber, a war widow, with a young daughter tries desperately to find some kind of normality after the loss of her husband.
Amber feels that when she needed God most, that he wasn't there for her. It seems like nothing in her life will ever be right again. Then on the scene comes Cody, an almost washed up race car driver. Exactly what Amber is sure she doesn't need. She pushes all her friends away, including her mother-in-law who only want to be there for her.
How can she find her way back and live life again? This is a story of failure, a feeling of abandonment, and struggle. But in the end, is one of great victory. A very uplifting story of renewed faith, trust, and love. It shows how when we are at our lowest point in life, we can still find our way back to God.
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Featuring Abby L. Vandiver, Judith Lucci, Amy Vansant, Colleen Mooney, Amy Reade, Nell Goddin, Colleen Helme, Kim Hunt Harris, Larissa Reinhart, Cindy Bell, Summer Prescott, Kathryn Dionne.
Twelve new, never-before published, Christmas-themed cozy mysteries in a boxed set from twelve, bestselling cozy authors - All for 99c!
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|Posted by email@example.com on September 4, 2017 at 5:10 PM||comments (0)|
In Our Good Father, Pierre Eade, writes from his experiences in order to connect with his readers. His down to earth writing style makes for an easy read and easy to understand lessons about our Heavenly Father.
In Our Good Father, he disproves through scripture, why Satan's lies are false about who our Heavenly Father is. God's love for us truly makes us whole.
We learn that our Heavenly Father's will for humanity is healing and restoration and that we have been chosen and commissioned to share the blessing and message of God with others.
I thoroughly enjoyed the author's humor and life experiences weaved throughout the book. I walked away from this read with a reminder of who God truly is and I highly recommend Our Good Father. I look forward to reading more from this author.
|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on September 4, 2017 at 5:05 PM||comments (0)|
Maxwell's loose lifestyle of being a playboy comes back to haunt him. How can a man go from playboy to father overnight? His daughter's mother, Sara, is dying from cancer. How can he change and put his old lifestyle in the past and put his daughter's needs before his? Then there is Alyssa, Sara's best friend, a Christian who is carrying hurt from a past relationship. Can she stick it out and keep the promise to help look after Payton.
The story line shows how someone so far gone from God's path can be led back with the help from a couple of Christian women. Through their insight, love of God, faith, and God's intervention anything can happen.
The characters are well fleshed out and I felt myself immersed in their world almost immediately. The character of four year old Payton, was precious. Her innocent childlike qualities were spot on. Alyssa, was continually struggling with trust issues, but with God's help, she began to see the change she wanted to see in Maxwell.
The story is about great love, deep faith, and possibilities. It's an inspiring and emotional read. Keep the tissues handy.
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Book title: Out of Darkness
Author: Erynn Newman
Release date: May 18, 2017
Genre: Romantic suspense
Elisabeth Allen gave her heart to Jesus as a little girl and to Drew Marek as a teenager. When their wedding day finally arrives, it’s the happiest day of her life–until a car bomb transforms her dream come true into a living nightmare. As Best Man at the wedding, Gabriel Di Salvo promises Drew–his best friend and CIA partner–he’ll look after Elisabeth, but he never dreams it will become necessary so soon. As Elisabeth struggles to put the pieces of her life back together without Drew, Gabe becomes her rock, and as they share their grief and begin to heal, their friendship gradually deepens into something more. Three years later, Gabe and Elisabeth are planning a future together when he receives a shocking call from the one man who can upend his happiness: Drew. Suspecting someone at the CIA is behind his abduction, Drew refuses to come home. Instead, he asks Gabe to bring Elisabeth to him. Now Gabe just has to figure out how to let her go. Drew and Elisabeth race across Europe, dodging international arms dealers and attempting to reclaim what was stolen from them. But years of captivity and torture have left their mark on Drew. He is no longer the same boy Elisabeth fell in love with, but he is still her husband, and she’s determined to build something new and leave her relationship with Gabe in the past, if her heart will get the memo. When their enemies close in and the threat of a terrorist attack escalates, Gabe may be the only person they can trust. Drew, Elisabeth, and Gabe are thrown into a fight for their lives–one that will test their loyalties to God, country . . . and each other.
Erynn Newman is a pastor’s kid, raised in churches all over the Eastern Seaboard. Since earning her degree in Christian Studies, she has traveled the world and served as a missionary, a counselor, an ESL teacher, and a nanny. Though she has never worked with the CIA, her DVR contains a veritable Who’s Who of international spies. She is a Carolina girl, a wife, and Mama to a very busy little boy, two cats, and a gaggle of characters that live inside her head.
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Out of Darkness was an amazing read. Once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down. I found myself immersed in Elizabeth's world and early on, was drawn to her. The other main characters, Drew and Gabe, made me feel like I really knew them.
This story will take you on a wild ride of deep love, loss, and a struggle to find the will to go on. The story is well grounded in faith, and at times, the lack of faith by the characters. They face real life spiritual issues, and found myself sympathetic and understanding to their plight..
The authors plot was very well thought out and came with a few unexpected surprises. I would highly recommend this book to those who enjoy true Christian romance with a twist of suspense thrown in. I found myself reflecting on the book long after the last page was turned. For me, it was a real heart wrencher, but with an uplifting ending. Non-stop action from beginning to end.
|Posted by email@example.com on August 18, 2017 at 1:15 PM||comments (0)|
In Silencing the Critic, Rosemary Hines, sets aside the lie of Not Being Good Enough. She backs up all her truths with Biblical scriptures and affirmations, that we can use daily to remind ourselves.
Satan uses the three C's of comparisons, complaints, and criticisms to make us feel not good enough. By applying perspective, prayer and praise, we can counter them.Rosemary teaches us the many names used for God and their Hebrew meanings.
If we keep the truths learned in this bible study before us and refer to them often, we can finally silence the critic. I would highly recommend Silencing the Critic as part of your growth in Christ.
|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on August 11, 2017 at 2:30 AM||comments (0)|
Second Life is built around the premise, What if two young children survived the Jonestown suicide of 1978? If so, what would their lives be like.
D.F.Bailey, weaves a daunting tale laced with fast paced action, intrigue, murder and an intense hunt for the killers. People on the list are dying at what appears to be accidental deaths, but Will Finch isn't buying it. After all, his name is on the list so he has a reason to be concerned.
The Second Life is a thrilling, fast paced read that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Topped by a ending with a twist, I highly recommend it.
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