Christian Fiction/Romance – 20 Short Ones: 20 Short Stories

20 Short Ones20 Short Ones: 20 Short Stories
By Dan Salerno
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 978-1490805801
ASIN: B0792LKL9Q
Genre: Christian Fiction; Christian Romance
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Human relationships can be intriguing, heartbreaking, funny, frustrating and soulful (among other things). Sometimes all at the same time.

20 SHORT ONES takes you from Northern Ireland to New York and places in-between. Each story offers a snapshot experience and an opportunity to emotionally relate to the age-old mystery of how friendships (romantic or otherwise) happen.

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Dan Salerno
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Psychological/Historical/Religious Fiction – Chanting the Feminine Down

Chanting the Feminine DownChanting the Feminine Down
A Psychological, Religious, and Historical Novel
By James C. McCullagh
Published: November 2017
ISBN: 978-1979059909
ASIN: B07D6XTKVC
Genre: Psychological fiction; historical fiction; religious fiction
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Chanting the Feminine Down is at heart the painful journey of Colette, a young woman who struggles to come to grips with her Catholicism, her psychology and her soul. Vast in scope and coverage, the novel is a journey through history, mythology and time with the female protagonist searching for shards of the feminine in the Christian tradition while wrestling with the shadow of her own demons. Colette’s travels, musings and reflections take her from the present day to the various Catholic Church councils, making side trips with Boccaccio and the Renaissance crowd.

While Chanting is a religious and psychological novel, the bedrock of the narrative is personal and interior, as is reflected in the dozens of dreams experienced by the heroine which serve as a counterpoint to and a mirror of her bouts with Christian doctrine. Jungian psychology adds meaning and perspective both to her history and to events from the far past.

Chanting is also a feminist novel, not only because of the persona of the protagonist, but because she embraces heroic feminists throughout the ages who have stood up to patriarchy and the church. But for Colette, where will this embrace lead?

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Coming of Age/Religious Fiction – The Chosen Few

The Chosen FewThe Chosen Few
By Michael John Sheehan
Published: March 2017
ISBN: 978-0998500409
ASIN: B0724Z1MBW
Pages: 296
Genre: Coming of age, Catholic fiction, Religious fiction
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Every boarding school has its secrets…

Jack Hayes hopes to have a memorable senior year at St. Paul’s Catholic high school seminary despite past conflicts with Father Webb, the tyrannical Dean of Students. Late one night, Jack and his best friend encounter a mysterious old priest who provides cryptic clues that help them uncover long-kept secrets about the school and its dictatorial Dean. Their discoveries – often made while breaking the rules – lead to catastrophic events that threaten the seminary’s very existence.

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Historical/Religious Fiction – Yeshua, Son of Man

Yeshua, Son of ManYeshua, Son of Man
By Cherian Mathews
Publisher: PartridgeIndia
ISBN: 978-1482839227
ASIN: B00W769W9K
Genre: Historical/Religious Fiction
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Jesus [Yeshua]called himself Son of Man, as recorded about 100 times in the gospels. If this means that he was human, then how did he gain his knowledge and wisdom? The author imagines that Yeshua used the period from 12 to  30 years of his life, about which nothing is mentioned in the bible, for gaining his education – first in Jerusalem in Gamaliel’s academy and  then inTaxila University. in India. In Taxila,, he learned Buddhism and Hinduism, and taught Judaism. In the process, he became very close to a colleague by the name Shakuntala who suggested marriage. Yeshua pointed our that he was committed to a mission to the Jews which was his first priority, So he went back to Palestine, where he preached about the kingdom of god for over three years. Finally the frightened Jewish clergy arranged to crucify him. With help from some friends, he escaped from the gallows and went back to Taxila.

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Spiritual Fiction – The Girl Who Could Read Hearts

the-girl-who-could-read-heartsThe Girl Who Could Read Hearts
By Sherry Maysonave
Publisher: Balboa Press
Published: April 2016
ISBN: 978-1504351119
ASIN: B01EV8J8SQ
Genre: Inspirational, Spiritual, Christian Fiction, Magical Realism
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“Insightful, Riveting, Spiritual.”
“A wonderful, uplifting read.”
“A highly recommended, evocative read.”
“Intriguing, suspenseful story.”

Born gifted with a rare seventh sense—the ability to read human hearts coupled with keen intuition—protagonist Kate encounters the earthly dangers of her capabilities. She is often bewildered by her unique perceptions combined with seeing symbols and panoplies of color in people’s hearts.

Kate’s parents fear that their young daughter suffers from delusional psychosis. Their concerns are intensified by her claims that she has conversations with an angel. Yet it’s her naiveté of the intuitive signs that augur trouble.

This captivating novel brims with inspiration and daring while exploring issues relevant to many of today’s societal woes: prejudice, abuse, eating disorders, and limiting belief systems. It delves into the mysteries of death and of angels, plus intuition, finding God in all, and true love. Full of spirit, this poignant story is riveting while being thought-provoking and insightful.

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Personal Narrative – From Generation to Generation: A Story of Intermarriage and Jewish Continuity

From Generation to GenerationFrom Generation to Generation
A Story of Intermarriage and Jewish Continuity
By Jane Larkin
Published: July 2014
ISBN: 978-1495301520
ASIN: B00N85D8R6
Genre: Personal Narrative
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An inspirational tale of love and faith, From Generation to Generation tells the true story of one Jewish woman as she struggles to navigate the difficulties of interfaith dating–and its inspiration behind her surprising religious reawakening.

Jane Larkin knew the statistics: those belonging to interfaith households are more likely to lose their beliefs, neglect regular worship, and raise nonreligious children.

All of this and more spurs her to marry a man whom she doesn’t love, but who nevertheless shares her faith. Their marriage quickly crumbles, and Jane finds herself falling in love with
a non-Jewish man. Before she knows it, Jane commits to the exact thing she had hoped to avoid: an interfaith marriage.

As the newlyweds attempt to navigate their respective religions, Jane embarks on a journey that brings her face-to-face with her deepest fears–and a religious skeleton in her genealogical closet that will change everything.

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