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Life Is a Garden Party

From generations that toiled in the soil, Judy Janowski also finds inspiration there.  One summer she was visiting with an elderly neighbor when a...

Kleptomaniac: Who’s Really Robbing God Anyway? The Untwisted Truth About the Centuries Old Tithes...

Do You Know The Truth About Tithing? Read This Investigative Manifesto First Before You Answer? The Bible says in Ecclesiastes 10:19 that "...money answers all thing" (NKJV)....

Remember to Breathe – Book Review

The latest installment in the portfolio of author Virgil C Hayes delves into showcasing his aspiration of being a life coach by shedding light...

Religious 101 – Book Review

Earl F. Spangler has been pursuing his passion for writing since his early years. With 10 books accredited to his name, he acknowledges all sorts...

The Journey by Steph Loughman

Little Joshua didn’t survive the womb; he passed away when his mother was only seventeen weeks pregnant with him. The second that he died,...

Mind Unleashed: The God Within – Book Review

Mind Unleashed: The God Within is an engaging and refreshing book by Scott Winters, who worked in the construction and manufacturing industry, but writing...

Turning Inspiration into Action – Book Review

This is a self help book written by Matt Gersper who is a speaker, entrepreneur and an author who writes to help people achieve...

MooNlight Howling

MooNlight Howling: poems of an existential anxiety attack sheds light on the emotion felt in understanding philosophy. Within the six chapters this anthology is...

The Love Coward by Naomi Musch

World War II is over. Now that Burke Delgard has returned home safe and whole, Tulla Johanson hopes she can finally quit her job...

Beast – Book Review

The author of Beast, Mark Carver has a knack of writing dark books that discuss issues like tackling tough spiritual problems. The writer is...

Passion of the illuminati

HELLO WORLD I must admit once learning that writer and filmmaker Daniel Gross was also an alumnus of U.S.C., where I had my beginning years...

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