Dear TBCNers,Something NEW and we hope you love it?In the interest of making life simple for our readers and cutting down on all the emails, we thought, why not have a group where all you had to do was join? Just join this group and you will receive notifications when we have a free e-book promotion, or something of interest for you. We will not have discussions, contests, reviews or other tasks, just emails whenever we have something free for you, to go and get.Our goal is to sell promotions…See More
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A Tumbled Stone is the intense, heartrending sequel to the author’s equally…"
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This is an excellent Christian novella demonstrating life during the Civil War. Only people of faith could do the work…"
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This is one of the best Christian contemporary novels I’ve read this year. There are…"
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I thoroughly enjoyed Life in Chapel Springs! The plot and the characters in this small town are fabulous. The folks have many of the same…"
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Abridged is 7th in Alana Terry’s Kennedy Stearns series. Kennedy and her college roommate, Willow…"
ABOUT AUTHOR: Award winning and best-selling author, MaryLu Tyndall dreamt of pirates and sea-faring adventures during her childhood days on Florida's Coast. After obtaining a degree in Math and working as software engineer for 15 years, she decided to test the waters as a writer. With now more than seventeen books published, she makes no excuses for the deeply spiritual themes embedded within her romantic adventures. As a follower of Christ, her stories often reflect her own journey and walk…See More
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I like both cats and dogs, but love cats best. Especially in the desert, dogs can't be left outside very long, and when I was able to work, didn't have time to train a dog and keep it…"
David Kitz is a Bible dramatist and outreach minister with the Foursquare Church. His previous work includes Psalms Alive! Connecting Heaven and Earth and Little Froggy Explores the BIG World, which won the Word Guild Children’s Picture Book award.See More
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Jack Alexander has a heart and passion for God, His Kingdom and the Church. Jack has served most of his career in business, cofounding and building business services and technology companies ranging from 4 to 6,000 employees. Currently, he is the Chairman at The Reimagine Group (thereimaginegroup.com), creating multimedia resources for the church audience. Reimagine developed an innovative communal learning software platform, onQ (engageonq.com), which provides content creators that ability to…See More
I went out this morning at 6:00 to water my plants (irrigation system broke) and it was 90. Not much of a drop during the night. I didn't keep the doors open awhile like I usually do. My outdoor thermometer only goes up to 120. Hope it doesn't break!
I would rather be hot than cold. My mind goes out of existence when I'm cold. Everything is numb. I still walk down the street to the mail box every day. I keep my AC on 85 all the time. Well, nearly all the time. It seems to run more in the evening and I don't like the direct air on me, so by bed time, my AC is set on 88. I leave it at that all night and all the next morning, then turn it to 85 and start my cycle all over again.