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Book: I Had A Secret For Seventeen Years - A Story of Redemption and Healing after Abortion by Tori Shaw
I Had A Secret for Seventeen Years is the redemptive life story of Tori Shaw, centered around her abortion as a teenager. She spent years covered by guilt and shame while enduring continual abandonment and rejection. Childhood experiences taught her to hide hardship, so she silently dealt with depression, fear, anxiety, self-loathing, and addictions. After hiding her dark secret for seventeen [...]
 
Book: Prince Korasoff's Road Map by Gervase T.M. Shorter
Edward is compiling a technical bibliography while Albertine works on her doctoral thesis. They glance up to find they are looking into each other's eyes. Shyly they both look away. It seems the attraction they have started to feel for each other will come to nothing but then Albertine's friend Tabitha steps in, determined to stage manage their romance with unforeseeable consequences.
 
Book: Death of the Innocents by Bill Rockwell
Murder, kidnapping, extortion: all in a day's work for Detective Murphy...until it involves his young teenage daughter. Murph is drawn into the world of Pro Choice vs. Pro Life when a woman who recently had an abortion is murdered for no apparent reason. Having no suspects, he embarks on an investigation of both the local Pro Life organization and the women's clinic where she had an abortion. [...]
 
Book: Tough Lessons from the Bible by Mack Moore
Most Christians Don't Read The Bible Did you know the bible bans Christmas trees? This is sad but true. Yet we continue to decorate them and celebrate Christmas. There's plenty of things we Christians do which goes against the bible. Tough Lessons from the Bible helps to shed light on certain dark things we Christians should not be doing. It's indeed bible study, but it's the kind of bible study [...]
 
Book: Trapped (Brier Hospital Series) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
Emotionally involved with the characters, you hope for a happy ending and prepare for the worst December 18, 2013 By Charles Ashbacher HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE There is enough major trauma and emotional angst in this book to provide the initial threads for four novels. Mike is a physician and Lisa is a nurse that works in neonatal intensive care that grew up in an extremely abusive [...]
 
Book: Reconciled by Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns
After reading Reconciled, individuals will have a better understanding about mankind and see that we have done a lot of wrong. If you look at all the destruction man(kind) has visited upon this earth, the author believes we have to destroy man not like he was created by God, but by our monetary system. If we are able to change that system, Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns is certain we can end poverty [...]
 
Book: Equity of Evil (The EQUITY Series) by Rudy A. Mazzocchi
Based on true events, this bold novel involves some of the world's oldest, most emotional and controversial issues. At the core of each matter is man's predisposition to control and take ownership of the human spirit for the sake of profit and personal gain. Such control and manipulation over the will of others is the most horrendous equity of evil. "EQUITY of EVIL is a shocking indictment of the [...]
 
Book: Play the Right Game - a quirky double romance by Roger E. Bruner
PLAY THE RIGHT GAME is a whimsical triple-romance about two thirty-five-year-old best friends who must learn to forgive before they can marry the men they love - Super-competitive best friends Carla Cabrero and Annie Murdoc both want a husband. Carla is waiting for God to lead her to the right man, but Annie a non-Christian persists in using her most provocative charms to attract men. Carla [...]
 
Book: Our Orbit by Anesa Miller
Nine-year-old Miriam Winslow never wore new clothes, never had a haircut, and believes that sinners must repent with dramatic displays of remorse, or harm will come to their loved ones. Now thrust into foster care, Miriam must adapt to a secular lifestyle while struggling to keep in touch with her past. Foster parents Rick and Deanne Fletcher quickly come to love their "new little girl." Soon [...]
 
Book: From Pharaoh's Hand by Cynthia Green
Jackson, Tennessee had its share of murders every year. Drug deals gone sour, botched robberies, full blown domestic disputes, and crazed jealous lovers were nothing new. Even the gang violence which was once foreign to this rural town in the Bible belt had bullied its way in, and despite law enforcement's best efforts, seemed to be here to stay. Still, it was big news around town when 17 [...]
 
Book: REALITY CHECK (the first half) - A Catalyst to Reverse Humanity's Downward Spiral by Pivot
The works of two critical thinkers were the impetus that inspired me to write this: Noam Chomsky's THE PROSPEROUS FEW AND THE RESTLESS MANY; and Billy Bragg's "Waiting for the Great Leap Forward." It dawned on me that everyone was waiting for someone else to step up to the plate up to the plate and initiate a "profound democratization of the society and economic system," as Chomsky put it. Which [...]
 
Book: The Blessing Next to the Wound - A Story of Art, Activism, and Transformation by Diane Lefer, Hector Aristizabal
Hector Aristizabal grew up in the barrios of Medellin, Colombia, where he and his siblings had to use all their wit, wiles, and wherewithal to survive poverty, the ever-present allure of cheap drugs and very dangerous money, and the endemic violence from leftwing guerrillas, rightwing death squads, cocaine cartels, and the armed power of the State. As a young actor and psychology student, Hector [...]
 
Book: Bioethics Basics - A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners by Doug Erlandson
Cutting Edge Issues in Bioethics Straightforward Talk about Controversial Issues In Bioethics Basics: A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners, Dr. Doug Erlandson provides an easy-to-understand introduction to the rapidly developing discipline of bioethics. Drawing on his years of teaching and research in bioethics, Erlandson takes readers step by step through the major issues in bioethics, as he [...]
 
Book: Equity of Fear (The EQUITY Series) by Rudy A. Mazzocchi
Researchers and scientists in the U.S., Russia and Japan compete in a new technological race to control fear and pain in the minds of the world's populace. At first the race is rooted in purely scientific ambitions, such as that of space travel or in the era of the industrial revolution, but it evolves into something much more sinister. Here is yet another dark world where scientists experiment [...]
 
Book: Shattered by Jezebel Jorge
Fifteen year old Amalie is an outcast brainiac with a psycho witchy bitch of a mom and no magickal powers to call her own until a chain of events turn her world upside down. She gets her first kiss. Her mom runs off with a pro wrestler. Amalie is raped. Stella decides to come out and play. Someone turns up pregnant. In order to survive Amalie becomes Shattered.
 
Book: Hello, My Love! (Between Two Worlds Book 1) by E Journey
What would Elizabeth Bennet be like if she had been born today? In this modern-day tale inspired by Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, bright, beautiful law student Elise Halverson looks forward to a promising career. The last thing she needs is to fall in love with well-known playboy Greg Thorpe. Besides, he's engaged to be married. Greg finds Elise so unlike the women he used to date and he's [...]
 
Book: The French Letter King by Thea Hartley
Tommy Horton arrived in Merthyr Tydfil in 1900, from the pit village of Sengenydd, determined to make his fortune. He became a costermonger, ventured into scrap metal and pawn broking; spent time in jail; started a boxing stable; bought a football club and, his greatest achievement, opened a rubber factory to make "French letters." Tom led a colourful life, which was reflected in both [...]
 
Book: Veronica - The Woman With The Issue of Blood (Women Who Met Jesus Book 2) by Lucinda A. Weeks
Veronica is a young girl from a chaotic family who falls in love with handsome and yet awkward Nathanial who lives out his dream of becoming a fisherman. Veronica and Nathanial hope to have a large family with lots of children but struggle for years to have a baby. The young couple decide to adopt three orphaned children. Tragedy strikes and Veronica becomes a young widow struggling to raise [...]
 
Book: KARMA - The Definitive Guide to the Supreme Law of this World by Richard Andrew King
Karma is a universally known concept throughout the world. Simultaneously, however, the argument can be made that karma is also universally misunderstood. This book is designed to shed light on the reality that karma is not just a simple word that can be bandied about with abandon but, rather, that karma is the Supreme Law of this creation.
 
Book: Our Choice! A Journey of Life and Faith by Steven Atwood
Our Choice! A Journey of Life and Faith is an inspiring pro-life book filled with redemption, faith, and love. A Christian family is confronted with teenage pregnancy and the issue of abortion. It has good messages for every Christian teenage girl and boy. Senior year is finally here! Sarah has been dreaming about her last year at William Wallace High School all summer long. She was going to go [...]
 
Book: Choices - Volume II of the Lincoln County Law Trilogy by Jerri Blair
Attorney J.T. Lockman faces the challenge of a lifetime when he's appointed to enforce a teenager's fundamental privacy rights while also representing a prominent man charged with murdering his gay lover in a rural county where these are taboo issues. He must face his own prejudices as his case progress through the judicial system in a wave of publicity like none the county has ever seen. When he [...]
 
Book: Song of Sugar Sands (Sugar Sands Series Book 2) by Debra Coleman Jeter
Acadia Powers knows herself to be too selfish, too sinful, and too skeptical in her faith to marry a preacher. And yet she does. God truly does work in a mysterious way. Acadia nearly lost her faith at an early age due to what she saw as the hypocrisy of her parents' generation. In college where the novel begins she meets and falls in love with Peter O'Neil, who is fervent in his faith and wants [...]
 
Book: California Transit - Stories by Diane Lefer
"From the world that could not be saved, the storyteller salvages small, strange stuff and assembles it into a narrative of alarming beauty and mystery and sadness." from the introduction by Carole Maso Southern California: land of dislocation and assimilation, a place Diane Lefer knows well. In California Transit, she uses conversational prose and macabre wit to zero-in on a Mexican woman [...]
 
Book: Singing in the Darkness - Face to Face With Choice by Vicky S Kaseorg
"If you hadn't been here, I would have aborted. Now I can't imagine I ever considered it. I thought I had no choice but to abort..." This is the journal of one person's first year as a sidewalk counselor at the busiest abortion facility in Charlotte, North Carolina. As part of the pro-life ministry, Cities4Life, Vicky Kaseorg stands with a small group of men and women dedicated to speaking for [...]
 
Book: The Paws That Bring Good News (Whippoorwill Chronicles Book 2) by Vicky S Kaseorg
Is life precious? Worth saving at all costs? Whippoorwill No-Kill Shelter Committee members, Angela and Danielle, ask the same question...for different reasons. Newest resident, Danielle, is wrestling with a desperate decision, and Angela's reeling from a ransacked home and uncertain romance. Two mischievous Carolina dogs are sniffing for solutions. Missing shelter funds, a slashed couch, painful [...]
 
Book: Scandal - The Death of a Legacy by Johnny Ray
Another romantic suspense from one of Amazon's bestselling romantic thriller authors. His books are designed to please those wanting a mixture of intense suspense and romance. This spellbinding contemporary romance is set in NYC where this crime novel has - a gripping plot that explores the inner conflicts of abortion and the wishes of one man and one woman who have to decide for themselves what [...]
 
Book: Child of Sorrow by Gloria Taylor Weinberg
"Child of Sorrow" is based on a true story of one 17-year-old girl's struggle to survive an unplanned pregnancy in a time when abortion was not a legal option. Like many in 1959, she was secreted away to a home for unwed mothers and forced to surrender her baby for adoption. Most who endured such a heart-rending experience were scarred by it for life, and their future relationships suffered as a [...]
 
Book: Miracle In My Living Room - The Story of a Little Mann by Evelyn Mann
In this inspirational story of hope, a first-time mom is faced with unthinkable circumstances. This was not the pregnancy any woman would have planned. This mom was forced to face the option of abortion while medical professionals said her son would never survive a day outside of the womb. There were many harsh words used to describe her precious unborn child, including the devastating [...]
 
Book: Rabbletown - Life in These United Christian States of Holy America by Randy Attwood
The year is 2084. The place is Topeka, Kansas. The Church of the Evangels run the country through the Pastor President, pastor governors and pastor legislators. They rule with a Bible in each fist. This future history presents a view of what life would be like under the control of right wing evangelical Christians. Work on the new state cathedral in Topeka provides the economic stimulus for that [...]
 
Book: The Meaning of Children - Stories by Beverly Akerman
Organized into three sections--titled "Beginning," "Middle," and "End"--the 14 stories in this collection approach the complexities of being human during those three distinct but interdependent stages of life. The author combines emotional depth and literary appeal to view the world through the eyes of children, the sorrow and satisfactions of the child-bearing years, and the culmination of life [...]
 


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