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  1. Remember Your Past, Write It, and Publish It in as little as 12 weeks!
  2. Accidentally falling in love online is risky business, but this couple found success. A story which took twenty years to create and three years to write.
  3. How to write and speak persuasively to achieve organizational goals.
  4. There is finally an answer to why the unchangeable Catholic Church changed so drastically in the 1960s, and who engineered those changes. That answer will destroy every preconceived notion regarding religious freedom as an unalienable right, what the Catholic Church really teaches and the true meaning of biblical prophecy for the latter days.
  5. Mary Magdalene was regarded as "the forbidden female" in the Christian tradition: wild, free and sinful. This book contains a dialogue with and messages from Mary Magdalene, channeled by Pamela Kribbe (PhD). It is about male and female energy, relationships, sexuality and healing.
  6. Loving guide for lightworkers seeking to awaken the Christ Within.
  7. Day-to-day book promotion from Day 1 through Day 90...and beyond!
  8. The Jeshua Channelings speak about the rise of heart-based consciousness.
  9. Longevity, health and rejuvenation through five ancient Tibetan exercises.
  10. The Ramayana was written by Valmiki, a famous monk, astrologer and palmist. He wrote a system of astropalmistry into his classic, and kept the details of his system hidden in plain sight using mythic symbols. This book uncovers those symbols and teaches Valmikis astropalmistry.
  1. This is an autobiography of Jim Warvell. Jim and the Warvell Family, Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductees, performed specialty acts worldwide, one of which featured his wife Jan as "Princess Kachina" and her horse, "White Feather" jumping over a convertible. They raised the ‘entertainment’ value of rodeos in the 50s and 60s to an entirely new level.
  2. Have you ever heard or watched a bird fly straight into a window pane and immediately hit the ground with a thud? Instincts were shattered by a force it didn't know existed. It's a rarity to get back up after such a major blow. Waking Up In Asia shows how the will to get up and fly again with clearer sight is most definitely possible.
  3. Accidentally falling in love online is risky business, but this couple found success. A story which took twenty years to create and three years to write.
  4. A collection of humorous things my students have said.
  5. Living nearly 650 miles apart, a country boy from southern Illinois follows God to Sioux City, Iowa to meet the love of his life. Through dark days, tests of faith, and demonic attacks, the author’s glimmer of hope rested in knowing God's still small voice. Without detailed prophecies, his lovely bride would have never known he even existed.
  6. Savannah has always been a mysterious and magical place. But recent events have brought its seedy underbelly into focus. A secret death cult has captured Patrick's undivided attention; a lot was on the line; his marriage and his health were hanging in the balance, and he was running out of time to expose the ugliness behind the Beautiful Death.
  7. A fictional memoir - except when it isn't. From a cell in Bridgeton Prison, Timothy DiAngelo looks back upon a curious life.
  8. January 1860 through April 1861 will prove to be momentous for the country. The Democrat Party will split in two, a new President will have been elected that does not support slavery expansion into the territories and one state will have created a Constitutional crisis by seceding from the Union. And the local newspapers cover the house dividing.
  9. Cognitive scientists tell us we make 95 percent of our decisions subconsciously. While the Birkman Method identifies our major personality traits, this book makes conscious those subconscious decision processes. It is particularly useful to the certified Birkman practitioner who wants to develop a professional coaching practice.
  10. The Jeshua Channelings speak about the rise of heart-based consciousness.

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You can not underestimate the power of prayers. Constant and daily prophetic declarations can change a man's life forever. If Jabez had not offered that prayer in 1 chronicles 4:9-10, his family may have been erased from history in Israel. Learn how to be intentional in making positive prayers over your family!
A dystopian satire set in the near future where “the worst returns to laughter.”
“What It Is!” is a whimsical story about farm animals finding half of an empty coconut shell and trying to figure out just What It Is! This story uses illustrations and rhymes to tell the story and immediately engages the reader as they meet the silly sheep and her know-it-all friends.
In December 2002 Roger and Tom Petrie were lost at sea, their ship vanished. They were found alive two years later on a deserted island. Roger wants to forget the past, but his new wife wonders—what happened to the brothers the two years they were lost at sea? And can Roger deflect her suspicions without destroying his family?
“Old Wives' Tales” uncovers the erotic secrets of women long past the age when their charms elicited lustful glances from potential lovers and passersby. Thesis interviewer Charlotte Pulver plumbs their reminiscences of deflowerings, torrid affairs, romances, dangerous liaisons, betrayals and sins of the heart as well as the flesh.
The reader is invited to take a stroll through a life: from the comforts and questions of childhood; through the audacity, heartbreak and yearnings of young adulthood and middle age; to the awakening of acceptance and, perhaps, some insight in later life.
Stories of struggling and searching - journeys reaching inward for truth, beauty and love. The overwhelming pain of loss and betrayal; the courage and perseverance to overcome and continue.
Poems and Thoughts is a collection of original art coupled with poems and commentary about life, love and nature. Each writing delves into the elegance and fury of the natural world and how we deal with our lives and values within it. The author challenges readers to see the beauty and excitement of a life grounded in nature and the human condition.
“We Love to Paint!” is a colorful and fun story that takes us along on a journey of learning as three primary color paint brushes and their friend paper learn to work together. There is a strong teaching in the text and illustrations of how cooperation leads to great results.
Devotions from a journey through the Holy Lands from Caesarea to Petra.
The Book of Ephraim is about the thirteen tribes of ancient Israel and, particularly, the ten lost tribes that went into Assyrian slavery 131 years before the better known Babylonian captivity of the three tribe Southern Kingdom called Judah. The northern 10 tribes where known as the Kingdom of Israel. Jesus called them "The Lost Sheep of Israel."
Savannah has always been a mysterious and magical place. But recent events have brought its seedy underbelly into focus. A secret death cult has captured Patrick's undivided attention; a lot was on the line; his marriage and his health were hanging in the balance, and he was running out of time to expose the ugliness behind the Beautiful Death.