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Following the Shepherd's Staff by Mary Annthipie Bane
Following the Shepherd's Staff was written as a short story of a lifelong spiritual journey. To encourage those who have sought the Lord in their personal lives, are seeking a church home and who have traveled through churches and denominations. Portions previously published under the title "Confessions of a Church Hopper".
 
Shakespeare's Secret Knowledge: English Literature's secret Renaissance playwright by Christopher Griffith
Shakespeare owned secret knowledge - of course he did, you don't get to be the best writer in the history of English Literature, not to mention the greatest playwright in the whole of that heady period the Renaissance without encountering grand adventure and being subsumed by the most profound historical religious experience possible. In Shakespeare's case, it's because another Renaissance playwright actually wrote his plays. [...]
 
Maid of the Midlands by Linda Swift
In Matilda's sixteenth summer, two events change her placid life at Hafton Castle. She falls in love with the handsome guard Jondalar, and she is chosen to be waiting-lady for the Queen of Scots who is brought to the castle as a "guest". When Matilda learns that Jondalar has deceived her, as he plots against the queen, she must choose between her love and betrayal of the woman she is obliged to serve. Excerpt: Matilda had [...]
 
Standing Firm - One Family's Fight Against Domestic Violence by Gerald C. Anderson, Sr.
Lorraine "Raine" Davis, the youngest of the Davis family wants to be a star! She's willing and ready to do whatever it takes to get a record deal; even if that means disappointing her father and trading in the only man she's ever loved to join forces with Damien Black and his demonic organization. On the biggest day of her life, her allegiance is tested and she's faced with the difficult decision to continue singing in the [...]
 
A Mother's Courage - Saving Your Children from the Trauma of Abuse in the Home by Suzy Milhoan
Over 1 Billion children are affected by domestic abuse in the home worldwide now or in their past. . Do you want to understand the feelings and long-term effects children have from seeing ongoing violence at home? . Are you curious what psychological issues children experience because of this? . Do you wish to learn the Top 6 Reasons to Get YOUR CHILDREN OUT NOW ? . Did you grow up watching your mother being abused? . Do you [...]
 
Understanding Domestic Violence by Aubrey Durkin
Domestic violence. We know it happens. It's the hushed social catastrophe that compels its victims into silent despair. It's the hope it will not happen again. It's the quiet cry for help. Domestic violence knows no bounds of age, sex, or social status. Here we will look at modern research findings, many of which may surprise you. You will also see the dynamics that imprison victims and make them feel they have nowhere to [...]
 
A Pledge of Better Times by Margaret Evans Porter
A sweeping tale of ambition, treachery, and passion incorporating 17th century historical figures, royalty, and events. For generations Lady Diana de Vere's family loyally served England's crown. But after King Charles II's untimely death, her father firmly opposes James II's tyranny. Charles Beauclerk, Duke of St. Albans the late king's bastard son by actress Nell Gwyn also rebels against his newly crowned uncle's [...]
 
Domestic Violence - How To Map Out an Exit Strategy by Marsha Dean Walker, James E Eastwood
If ever there was a shining example of not judging a book by its cover, Domestic Violence-How to Map Out An Exit Strategy is that book. Just as people plan a wedding, leaving an abusive relationship requires an even more detailed plan. The difference is the abused person's life depends on a successful disengagement strategy- a new life plan. As a 40+ year survivor of domestic violence (my story is also in the book), I know [...]
 
Nolle Prosequi by Christy R. Diachenko
No one would ever suspect. Lizzy Godfrey is strong, confident and a survivor or is she? When she meets handsome, favored politician Tucker Bates, she feels a stirring in her heart she never expected to experience again. But when their possible romance fizzles before it starts, Lizzy tumbles into a world of self-doubt. Then a brutal murder forces her to face feelings she thought were dead and buried. Can Lizzy's brokenness be [...]
 
A Trap Of Malicious Blind Love - Sex, Seduction, Manipulation & Betrayal by Sheree' Gay
"A Trap Of Malicious Blind Love: Sex, Seduction, Manipulation & Betrayal," is based on true actual events between my husband and myself. I loved him unconditionally from the moment our relationship started. However, little did I know about, "The True Darkness Within" covered up under his Narcissistic Personality. I stayed in the marriage for as long as I could and always feared leaving my husband for years, knowing I could [...]
 
Davenport House 3 - A Mother's Love by Marie Silk
The family saga continues in this third book to Davenport House, beginning with a chapter that looks into the past to understand the present. Motor cars and telephone calls are now part of the modern life at Davenport House. It is summertime in 1915 Pennsylvania and the ladies of the house are making big plans for the year. Clara takes financial matters into her own hands and discovers an unlikely alliance outside of the [...]
 
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For most of Lacy Waldrip's life, she and her mother, Brenda have suffered abuse at the hands of the man who is supposed to love them, cherish them, and protect them. To make matters worse, their abuser wears a badge and uses it to keep his deputies from interfering in his 'right' to discipline his women. Each woman accepts her fate, each is determined to stay in the relationship to help the other. Then one day, the sheriff [...]
 
Years of Tears by Maxine Browne
Most of us think of physical assault when the issue of domestic violence is mentioned. However, many women are brutalized by tactics of power and control that cripple them mentally and emotionally without a single trip to the hospital. This is one such story. Maxine and her children lived with a man who controlled every aspect of their lives. The end result of ten grueling years of abuse was three completely destroyed lives. [...]
 
Ours, Yours and Mines - A family saga set in the miners' rows of Ayrshire Scotland in the mid-1800s to early 1900s by Carmel McMurdo Audsley
An historical novel based on real people and places in the period 1861 to 1913, set amidst the poverty and overcrowding in the miners' rows of Ayrshire Scotland. The author has put words into the mouths of her ancestors to create a picture of life for large mining families and how they battled sickness and disease, and barely eked out a living. The story begins with Thomas and Margaret McMurdo and their growing family and [...]
 
Deliverance Mary Fields, First African American Woman Star Route Mail Carrier in the United States - A Montana History by Miantae Metcalf McConnell
ON OPRAH'S "10 Titles to Pick Up Now" February 2018 AWARD WINNING CREATIVE NONFICTION BIOGRAPHY 1885 - 1914. Mary Fields, a fifty-three-year old second-generation slave, emancipated and residing in Toledo, receives news of her friend's impending death. Remedies packed in her satchel, Mary rushes to board the Northern Pacific. Days later, she arrives in the Montana wilderness to find Mother Mary Amadeus lying on frozen earth [...]
 
Prestige, Privilege and Murder (A Stacie Maroni Mystery Book 1) by Christa Nardi
Money isn't worth killing for, or is it? When her estranged husband is murdered, Stacie Maroni Noth is quickly identified as the main suspect. With divorce papers not yet signed, she may get a substantial inheritance - a clear motive in the eyes of both Noth's family and the police. His family and law firm strive to keep up the pretense that all is above reproach and idyllic. In her quest to prove her innocence, however, [...]
 
No Refuge by Thea Hartley
#1 in Free Psychological Fiction. "The book challenges stereotypes" Domestic abuse is something which happens to other people ... or does it? Two women, Jodie Harrison and Honey Sullivan, from opposite backgrounds, thought it wouldn't happen to them ... They were wrong ... Josh, Jodie's doctor husband physically abuses her, due in part to his sadist sexual urges. Honeys husband emotionally blackmails her and forces her to [...]
 
Always & Forever by Chantel Rhondeau
A suspected murderess flees her former life in search of tranquility, but the past refuses to die, threatening to destroy her newfound happiness. Lilly Price is an abused woman on the run, but she can't hide forever. Desperate to escape public scrutiny following accusations that she hired a hit man to kill her fiance, Lilly hopes to rebuild her life in a new town. Widowed Zach Woodbridge is in no hurry to find another bride. [...]
 
Palette of Secrets by Joan Fallon
Palette of Secrets is a mystery story about a famous artist, Nancy Miller. Nancy has been persuaded by her agent to publish her memoirs but needs a ghost writer to help her to write them. She finds a young woman called Ana who is keen to take on the job. However, as Nancy starts to recount her life story, it becomes obvious to Ana that the artist is hiding something, so she decides to dig more deeply into Nancy's past. When [...]
 
Broken Promise by Christy R. Diachenko
Painful scars remain on Mickey Sterling's heart and soul years after an abusive college dating relationship. Self-sufficient and confident, she does not realize how her thoughts and feelings are still filtered through that abuse. When her best friend Christopher Gordon proposes a marriage of convenience, she agrees, feeling the union will offer security and safety from future abuse. Will Mickey finally be able to confront her [...]
 
Burning the Vines - A Memoir by Michelle Mazal
'Even if it's true, no one will believe you.' This bleak appraisal was the response a young Michelle Mazal received when she first tried to tell her story to a relative. She, her three sisters and her mother lived for years under the shadow of her father's drunken violence and random sadism. All these years later, Mazal, a tough and compassionate survivor, is telling her story again; this time someone must listen. In her [...]
 
A Woman's Weakness by Molly Gambiza
At twenty-nine, Eva is ready for marriage and children, so when she falls for handsome, devil-may-care David, she falls hard. But in the years that follow, she has cause for regret David's carefree personality was a thin disguise for a lazy, spoiled child. Working full-time and caring for David, their two children, and her sullen stepdaughter, Tamara, Eva isn't living she's surviving. David punctuates his demands for food, [...]
 
A Star's Legacy - Volume One of The Magdala Trilogy - A Six-Part Epic Depicting a Plausible Life of Mary Magdalene and Her Times by Peter Longley
Three unique people- Joshua of Nazareth, Linus Flavian, and Maria of Magdala- are born in 5 B.C. during the appearance of an unusual star over the Middle East. Their lives will become intertwined through a series of events that will forever mark them. Around the time of their birth, superstition is rife. Intrigue between High Priests, the Herodians, and Rome, along with hope in an expanding world of greed and commerce, shape [...]
 
A Legacy to Remember - by Pamela K Orgeron
A Legacy to Remember: "Recollections of a Common Man" is the story of a man who rose above all odds stacked against him. The Great Depression, divorced parents, living in poverty, World War II, the death of a child, divorce etc. commonly known occurrences many individuals in American History have faced. Many people would have been bitter having lived through such tragedies. But not Duard Vinson Gillum! He not only survived [...]
 
What Next? Relativism? Moral Absolutes? or Sharia Law?? by Robley K. Matthews
Historical development of the present situation, especially regards USA and EU. We see a western secular moral relativist culture and an Islamic fundamentalist culture to be on a collision course. Avoidance of a catastrophic collision rests with a Western return to more serious consideration of ethical and moral absolutes. We seek to reverse the amoral trend of western society one person at a time. 'Everybody does it' is no [...]
 

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