Religious Fiction – Born Again

Born AgainBorn Again
Author: Pamela Grace
Publisher: Bookstand Publishing
ISBN: 978-1618634276
Published: January 2013
Pages: 160
Genre: Religious Fiction

Carrie didn’t believe in God. She wanted her brother to keep his belief in Jesus to himself. She lived in a world of “Status quo”…..in a world where shopping was her only mission in life. After being challenged by her brother to expand her world, she agreed to go on a mission trip with members from his church. She thought she was going to watch a little church be reconstructed in Haiti. Little did she dream that Jesus, whom she was about to get to know personally, was taking her to reconstruct her soul………….and be…………born again.

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Historical fiction – Redemption

Redemption (The Renegade Series)Redemption
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Author: Joe Prentis
Publisher: Joe Prentis
Published: January 2013
Genre: Historical Fiction

Washington 1865: As the American Civil War drew to a close, military and government leaders realized they were facing grave dangers they had not anticipated. There were many who did not understand that it was easier to start a war than it was to end one. The Confederacy was crumbling rapidly, and Generals Nathan Bedford Forrest and Robert E. Lee were willing to surrender, provided they could do so with honor. Many government and military leaders did not agree with President Lincoln’s intention to grant a full pardon to anyone who would agree to the terms of surrender. And the most difficult thing of all was the radicals who were not willing to give up a lost cause, and were determined to stop the peace process regardless of the cost.

Sergeant Oakley had gone through four years of endless conflict and hardship as a Union soldier. The war would be over in a week, they said, and he was eager to pursue his dreams in the western territories. His world was suddenly shattered when he came in contact with a girl named Anna, and a group of conspirators led by John Wilkes Booth. Oakley is torn between what he believes to be his duty, and his desire for vengeance.

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Biography – MANY BLESSINGS: A Tapestry of Accomplished African American Women

MANY BLESSINGS: A Tapestry of Accomplished African American Women
By Sonnee Weedn, PhDMany Blessings
Publisher: Chispa Publishing
ISBN: 978-0983277606
Pages: 332
Genre: Biography, Women, African American

n 2002, Marin County psychologist, Dr. Sonnee Weedn, was asked to treat a young, urban, African American woman. Believing that as a white woman living in the reality of de facto segregation, she was not knowledgeable enough to treat this woman in psychotherapy, she set about to learn more about African American culture. This stimulated her thinking about African American women. What was it that allowed them to survive and thrive despite the double prejudice of racism and sexism. She wondered about the historical implications of the confluence of the Civil Rights Movement and the Women’s Movement on this particular cohort of women, most who had come of age during law-enforced segregation. She traveled the country for three years, interviewing many African American women, some famous and others unknown except in their own particular circles of influence. She studied these women to determine what encouraged them to transcend discrimination and other obstacles they faced in order to rise up and claim their destinies as powerful and altruistic women. Ultimately, she chose thirty of the women she interviewed to represent the seven strengths she identified as having sustained them and allowed them to flourish. She believes that these seven strengths are the historical legacy of all African American women today, and encourages all women, regardless of ethnicity to learn from their example to increase their own resilience and determination.

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Science Fiction – Foothold

FootholdFoothold
By FTG Thornton
Publisher: Siblinghood Print
ISBN: 978-1-62209-210-9
Published: July 2012
Pages: 147
Genre: Science Fiction

What started out as a small New Hampshire college town turns into the last foothold of mankind left in the Universe. This is the story of a group of college kids whose ingenuity both contribute to and save them from a man-made black hole. As the world descended into apocalyptic spiral these bold young adults find a way to not just save themselves, but the entire town with them. Alone and in possession of a unique technology, the last of our kind quickly find threats and hope lie around every corner.

FTG Thornton was born in Princeton, NJ and was raised in nearby West Windsor Township as the youngest of four wonderful children. However, you’re free to judge how wonderful they are for yourself. He has spent his adult life exploring the country by living everywhere from New Hampshire, Virginia, Georgia, and presently in Hollywood, Ca.

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Memoir – Neglected But Undefeated

Neglected but UndefeatedNeglected But Undefeated: “The Life Of A Boy Who Never Knew A Mother’s Love”
By Jonathan Anthony Burkett
Publisher: Jonathan Anthony Burkett Publications
ISBN: 978-0985297022
Published: February 2013
Pages: 294
Genre: Nonfiction – Memoir

This book is surprising, dramatic, unbelievable, heartbreaking expressions said and done. One young man going through trials and tribulations, feeling unloved, unwanted, never needed, and unexpected, from a lady that he had finally understood was his true mother. The one he was told loved him the most in the world no matter what she does and says to him. Growing up and feeling like there was and cannot be any future and purpose for him because he felt and was being told that he could die and day to come. For reasons of that he couldn’t control his feelings and seizures that were occurring because of the hatred he felt towards him from the one that loved him the most in this world.

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Religious Self-Improvement – The Golden Virtues of Jesus Christ

The Golden Virtues of Jesus ChristThe Golden Virtues
By Karl Allen
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1460972243
Pages: 202
Genre: Self-Improvement

The Golden Virtues of Jesus Christ is a work that outlines all the proper qualities to make us better human beings and make human relations work and prolong themselves. It consists of 120 morals and their explanations and how they work in relationships. These morals are good for work, church, and school and other places where people interact with each other. They are also very good for developing scruples in children.

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