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Book: Meditation on Space-Time by Leonard Seet
In Meditation on Space-Time, Leonard Seet portrays Father Lawrence's struggle between solitude and engagement to show that no man is an island. The monk's love for his friends Ichiro and Camellia compelled him to confront the evil Jim Whitfield while his desire to contemplate space-time drew him into the cabin in the woods. Even as Father Lawrence was hearing the stranger's confession, he dreamed [...]
 
Book: Survival of the Fittest by Robin Hawdon
A modern detective story, a historical portrayal of the struggles of one of the world's greatest scientists, and a World War II espionage account, all in one novel. The contemporary search for a secret paper written by Charles Darwin, in which he explains in depth his thoughts about the existence of God and the origins of evil, which he did not dare to publish in his lifetime because its [...]
 
Book: Coinman - An Untold Conspiracy by Pawan Mishra
Coinman is one of life's victims, the receiver of subtle bullying in an office environment and thinly disguised control in his own home, but remains true to his desire to be polite and accepting of how he is treated by everyone. Then an incident at work changes all that. Huffington Post: One of the best literary fiction books of 2016 (Independently Published).
 
Book: The Order of Right by P. D. Roy
Raelic has diligently applied himself on a path prepared by his guardian, Eomond, in hope of being named to succeed him as Steward of the Temple and the Tower. Unlike other scholars, Raelic apprenticed to the greatest master craftsmen in the realm, and learned to defend himself under the tutelage of his protector, Owen. At age nineteen, nearing the conclusion of his formal training at the [...]
 
Book: In My Mind's 'I' by Paul Keller
This is an esoteric, spiritual and philosophical book wrapped up in fantasy, ready to be unravelled like an ancient puzzle. Pazamor, from the land of Dronagon, a mystic traveller from the future in an age past. He is apprentice to the Master Tang and is given the difficult task of restoring King Dronagon to his rightful throne and bringing peace to the land. He has his friends to help him in this [...]
 
Book: Does God Exist? - A Fictionalized Debate On An Age Old Question by Michael Mckinney
When Steven Lane walks into the receptionist's office at Wellington University to apply for a maintenance job listed in the newspaper, he's mistaken for Professor Thomas Lane and quickly finds himself led into an auditorium where hundreds of people are seated. All assume he's the main protagonist in the discussion that's about to begin. Far from being embarrassed or intimidated, when he hears the [...]
 
Book: The City of God (Aethos Book 1) by Brett Stadelmann
"The illustrious city of God, whether in this temporal stage on its pilgrim's progress among the wicked, and living by faith, or established in yonder eternal habitation which it now patiently awaits..." -Saint Augustine, Treatise on the city of God - It was the Breath of God, and to the people of the City it was the core of their world. It warmed their homes and their hearts, it sustained them [...]
 
Book: BEYOND THE PALE by Senan Gil Senan
Enter a futuristic city built on the site of Denver Airport. In a vastly underpopulated world, nations have been replaced by densely populated city-states. Immense walls protect the citizens from undesirables outside as well as protecting the outside environment from the citizens inside. An outlander is taken in by the family of a security officer whose life he had saved. Through his daily [...]
 
Book: Rat-Tail Curves by James Ostby
Throughout the rise of humankind we have always faced new horizons. The humanoids in the next forest or the the Neanderthals in the nearby cave, . . . . The land of other Homo sapiens across the river, or the mysterious country on the far side of the mountain range. What about the reports of even more far-away lands, and of terra firma beyond the oceans great? And what if, because of a vast [...]
 
Book: The Sun Is Snowing - Poems, Parables and Pictures by C. JoyBell C.
"The Sun Is Snowing: Poems, Parables and Pictures" is the second edition of C. JoyBell C.'s very first published work, "The Sun Is Snowing: Poetry and Prose", which has been revered by many as "A masterpiece!" It has also been said to be "The key of the angels," "Profound," and "Very human." This second edition keeps the legacy of the first book by holding onto all the favored original writings [...]
 
Book: Winter on the Glen - Poetry Book by Eugene Williams
This book of collective thoughts is for my two beautiful daughters, thirty years of not knowing where they were how their life turned out. There was not a day that went by that I didn't think about them and tried to find them, finely through fate and faith we found each other within a week on Facebook. It has been a tearful and wonderful reunion. Now we can begin the process of getting to know [...]
 
Book: Socrates, Jesus and Freedom - A Philosophical Reflection by Joan Arnsteen
The author discusses the lives of Jesus and Socrates and through comparative analysis explains the parallels of their teaching techniques and philosophies on life. The author came under the spell of Socrates at an early age, following his example and awakening from the amanuensis that, according to Socrates, plagues us all. When she reflected upon the care of the soul and quickening of the spirit [...]
 
Book: Escape from America - An Introspective Journey from America into China… by Vinnie Apicella
On the surface, Escape from America is the story of an American aspiring to change his life and plan a future in China. Beneath the surface, however, this book features critical analysis of both countries in an effort to promote greater understanding. China, in spite of its long history, is still a very "young" country where development is slow and unsteady. Sure, we from the "West" can say we've [...]
 
Book: Silent Mystery - Inspirational selections from “Confessions of a Mystic” and “The Five Jewels” by Mark Gerard Craig
This book is somewhat of a taster for two earlier books of mine. Priced very reasonably, it allows the reader to sample the insights and ideas threaded throughout "Confessions of a Mystic" and "The Five Jewels." Divided into two parts, key sections tackle profound human questions in bite-sized easy to read chunks that may constitute a reflection on where you are in your personal journey. Within [...]
 
Book: Always In Tao by Brian Taylor
Eastern philosophy meets self help and incorporates progressive meditation and thinking. Whether you are new to meditation or are practically the Dali Lama you can learn something about self discovery and self actualization from this book. What inspired you to write this book? I was inspired to write the book because of the questions I was asked by newcomers to meditation, particularly the [...]
 
Book: The Cat That Became a Footballer (Astralia Wisdom Works) by Piero A. La Franca
By using modern football as a source, "The Cat That Became a Footballer" looks at humanity through the impartial and independent mind of a cat. This book is a constructive social satire filled with witty remarks and pearls of wisdom, humorous anecdotes, philosophical thoughts, solid mysticism and sometimes even bits of poetry. It also suggests how football, a sport that from its humble origins [...]
 
Book: Victim of Circumstance by Douglas Rappaport
A collection of autobiographical vignettes, Victim of Circumstance is a meditation on love and loss, examining our perceptions of ourselves and how they shape the most important decisions of our lives. With humor and heart, Rappaport bounds across years and continents, searching for sense in life's heartbreaks, philosophical quandaries, chance encounters, and the occasional life-or-death [...]
 
Book: Musings from the Writer's Desk by Elizabeth Bailey
Writing advice straight from the horse's mouth. Elizabeth Bailey's writing blog Helping Writers Get it Right reflects problems she was running into as well as random thoughts about writing that struck her at the time. She tells it like it is with no holds barred. Sometimes philosophical, carelessly casual and occasionally furious, Elizabeth spits out the truth about being a writer and offers up [...]
 
Book: Waking Up Naked by Grant M. Handgis
Waking up naked is a philosophical metaphor for the condition of finding oneself no longer completely clueless in life, yet without practice, or a plan, and feeling rather socially vulnerable. "Waking Up Naked" takes up where "I Have Mine... Show Me Yours" left off, completing the memoir. A satirical look at life as it is handed each of us, what we do with what we remember of our social training [...]
 
Book: Saint Manuel, Martyr by Marciano Guerrero
Saint Manuel, Martyr explores deep religious and philosophical paradoxes that question the meaning of life and death. In sum, the novel portrays a simple man without faith, who in his solitude, loneliness, and suffering sees that faith is merely an illusion, a dream that the common man dreams to fend off the terrible truth that only the brotherhood and nature in this world counts that there's no [...]
 
Book: Believe, Achieve and Forgive! No Fear; No Trust; No Requests by Serge Lapytski
The name of the book is "Believe, Achieve and Forgive!" This poetry book includes poems about love, friendship, politics, and life situations. I write poetry and lyrics and I want them to be inspirational, encouraging and motivational. I want them to stand out. The idea is to help people; give them motivation and drive. The philosophical approach I use and the style, in which the poems are [...]
 
Book: Illogical Atheism - A Comprehensive Response to the Contemporary Freethinker from a Lapsed Agnostic by Bō Jinn
Typically, it is the "religious" that are expected to render apologies for their beliefs. However, since the inauguration of the 'New Atheist Movement' more than ten years ago, modern atheism has transitioned from the mere rejection of mainstream religion to the proliferation of a (not entirely new) breed of fundamentalism. The 'Illogical Atheism' series comprises a comprehensive four-part [...]
 
Book: WHAT IF - All You Can Imagine by K.K. Stewart
Voltaire told us to "judge a man by his questions, not his answers." I ask a lot of thought provoking questions in this ebook, all starting with the words - what if. We can barely go through life without asking what if about something. We are always questioning, always imagining. While the book takes a bit of a philosophical outlook on things, it also gives light humour that the average person [...]
 
Book: Godly Inspirations For The Troubled Soul by Lisa C Miller
This book contains inspirational and philosophical poems and stories that I felt inspired to write. This may be a small book but it will make a huge impact on your life. Each day you open this book I hope it leads you to a closer devotional life with the creator As a Christian my hope is I have written something that everyone can understand and use daily. These words are not just for one group of [...]
 
Book: The Light by Robert Hammond
"Have you seen the Light?" Abel Adams, a brilliant but troubled young misfit desperately seeks freedom, love, and spiritual enlightenment while battling drug addiction, dark forces, and strange temptations. He zigzags through a mysterious labyrinth of crime and the occult along his hazardous quest toward redemption and recovery. The Light is the mystical odyssey of a prodigal son whose spiritual [...]
 
Book: Everyday Faith - 48 Messages to Inspire Insight, Action & Joy in Everyday Life by Shari Guilfoile
Far too often, we relegate the subject of faith to a philosophical discussion. But faith forms the core of our relationship with God. It is our reason for being. It cannot be an abstract concept but must guide us in every aspect of our lives. That is the essence of Shari Guilfoile's work, Everyday Faith: 48 Messages to Inspire Insight, Action & Joy in Everyday Life. Our days are filled with [...]
 
Book: Confessions of a Flash Artist by Renald Iacovelli
In Confessions of a Flash Artist, performance artist Dr. Humphrey Humdinger makes the case for "Dramatic Exposure" as an avant-garde art form capable of achieving new heights of dramatic expression. How he invented this art, his first crude attempts in it, his final mastery of it, and all the aesthetic and philosophical notions that occurred to him along the way, make his memoir a groundbreaking [...]
 
Book: Awake In The Mad World by Damon Ferrell Marbut
Pete Rattigan is a frustrated young newspaper journalist caught up in uncertainty of the post-graduate "real world". One night, one seemingly minor encounter sparks a philosophical journey which leads him to discover that in the most beautiful or even cruel moments of life, the power of friendship explains the power of the universe. And that perhaps there is no such thing as chance. With force, [...]
 
Book: 2082 - The Chronicles of Hope by Robert Breeze
Frank Noon divides opinion. Whilst some say he's a philosophical genius, some say he's a fanciful dreamer who deliberately courts controversy with his anti-establishment views about the failings of modern society. Seemingly nearing the end of his life in politics, he reluctantly fronts an experimental inter-galactic government project late in the 21st century aimed at making life on an [...]
 
Book: The Lushland Evolution by Pat McNamara
Ever notice that the world could be a nicer place to live in? If you didn't, then you're not paying much attention! As you well know, we all grow-up facing life's trials and tribulations. Some succeed and live happily, and unfortunately, some do not. Lushland is a small island nation that is renowned the world over for its gorgeous greeness, but it has a big problem - people and nature don't [...]
 


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