"As a white mother of 3 boys, I can honestly say I never worried that my boys would be stopped by the police while simply minding their own business. I have NO CONCEPT of what minority parents deal with every single day. In Policed by Alana Terry,…"
"Jesus Shows Me is the third board book from the Knowing My God series that I have had the privilege to review. With sturdy, child friendly pages and beautiful photography, Callie Grant illustrates and explains John 15:9-14. "Love one another as…"
Born and reared in Atmore, Alabama, Lee Carver (nee Leola Merriwether) had never moved until going off to college. Graduating from University of Montevallo, AL with a double major in biology and chemistry plus a minor in French, she accepted a full scholarship for a Ph.D. in biochemistry and expected to spend the rest of her life in a lab. Lee writes inspirational fiction; that is, fiction from the Christian world-view. She has also published a book of anecdotes from around the globe as "The…See More
"Of Moose and Men: Lost and Found in Alaska is a gem of a surprise wrapped in a giggle. Torry Martin and his pal, Robert Browning, left California for the Alaskan wilderness hoping to find “the answers to life’s big questions.” What…"
"Rose Marie Henley is engaged to the “perfect” man, at least that’s what she believes until he gets drunk and nearly kills her with the beating administers. She breaks her engagement, finishes out the school year – barely…"
"The Babel Conspiracy was my first foray into the writing of Sylvia Bambola. Wow! What an introduction! Set in the not-very-distant future, there are way too many incidents that sounded like things we’ve seen since the last election. Increased…"
About the AuthorWhen Ada Brownell sat down to write The Peach Blossom Rancher, she drew from her experiences growing up in Colorado’s Peach Country, picking peaches and working in a packing shed.In addition, she uses some of what she learned about mental illness covering the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo on her beat as a journalist for The Pueblo Chieftain. In her work, she received a list from the Board of Lunacy Commissioners showing supposed cause of insanity of patients…See More
"After over 100 successful missions as the sniper Gray Feather, Colt Hanson has walked away from active duty to training others at the Firebrand Training Center. The Firebrand Brotherhood has all transitioned from being a covert arm of the CIA to…"
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