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Christmas Memories.


This house is located just down the road from where Husband and I live now. It brings back Christmas memories from when Husband and I lived in a house a bit like this one. An old two story brick house back a long lane.That home was torn down years ago and the landlord built a new house to live in.

Then we moved to another old brick house that was painted white. It did have shutters like this one. My daughters helped me with a cake decorating business and we wrapped our posts with greenery and red bows like you see on the porch here. 

But the best memory is that Jesus came to earth to live and die and become my Savior. I never want to forget the reason for this happy season. 

With all my heart I wish you and yours a Christ filled Christmas.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Meet Ohio Author Sandra Merville Hart

Sharon: Please welcome Sandra Merville Hart to our Meet The Author Day. (Wait for applause to die down.)

May I get you a cup of coffee? Tea? A soft drink? Or just plain water?

Sandra: Thank you, I'd love a glass of sweet iced tea.   

Sharon: Here you go. 
What can you tell us about your family?

Sandra: My husband and I celebrated our twentieth wedding anniversary last year with a trip to Gettysburg. (I do write historical romance novels!)  I have a stepson, two married stepdaughters, a daughter, and a granddaughter who live nearby. We have a great time when we get together!


Sharon:  Has your writing changed your reading habits? If so, how?

Sandra:I love to read, but now I pay attention to how authors build tension. I notice how the words they choose to describe people and settings. In other words, I guess reading has become another opportunity to learn the writing craft.

Sharon: Who has been your greatest encourager on your writing journey?

Sandra: My husband has supported me the whole way. I like to visit historic sites to discover the local history. He uses vacation time to go on research trips with me. He supports whatever I need to do. He understands that rejections break my heart at times and does what he can to bolster my courage to try again.               

Sharon: I love the cover of your debut novel A Stranger on My Land! How was this story
placed on your heart?

Sandra:I wondered what it would have felt like to find a wounded soldier on your property after a Civil War battle. It surely happened. Would you walk away and leave him to die if he fought for the other side? What if your members of your family fought for the opposite army? Does that change anything? Suppose you help them anyway and fall in love?

I pondered these questions and the story was born.

Sharon: Who inspires you?

Sandra:I'm inspired by great authors. I've read several books by Mark Twain in the past year or so because I write historical fiction. This master storyteller inspires me.

I'm inspired by the courage I find in people who face insurmountable challenges and somehow find a way to get through it.

I'm inspired by those who cling to their faith when it's all they have left to hold on to.

I'm inspired by a friendly smile, a warm welcome, and how good old-fashioned hospitality feeds the soul.

I find inspiration anywhere and everywhere, if I only take time to discover it.

Sharon: Are you planning another book? If so, what’s the story about?

Sandra:I'm currently writing a romantic suspense novel. An idea just came to me and I have to write it to get it out of my system.This is my first time to write in this genre, but I'm having a blast with it. My next novel will be a Civil War romance set in Gettysburg.

Sharon: I am eager to read all of them!
Thank you so much for joining us today. Do you have any parting words?


Sandra: Thank you, Sharon, for hosting me on your wonderful site. I've enjoyed being here. The sweet tea tasted great!

Sharon: The pleasure is all mine. 

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Sunday, September 28, 2014

30 Days Of Savings


Today we feature Deadly Secret with the sale price of $.99 regular price $2.99

A medical drama about a drug scandal--false accusation-- and death. 

The covering on Evalena Davidson’s head invites all kinds of confidences and sharing, a blessing on Denton Community Hospital’s oncology ward. But people expect her to be perfect, which makes living up to the promise of her Old German Baptist uniform a challenge. 

Old German Baptist Brethren with their adherence to traditional ways do not get involved with the law. But how can Evalena turn her back on a friend? 

Pete Neper, head of the sanitation department senses unrest among the employees but finds it a challenge to track down the cause. 

Danni Wagoner, another oncology nurse is implicated in a drug scam. 

This unlikely trio put their lives and reputation at risk to uncover a deadly secret in an attempt to identify a killer before someone else dies.

Deadly Secret on sale now for $.99 regular price $2.99 Link to purchase:

Be sure to check out the next stop for 30 days of Savings.
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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

CrossReads Book Blast with Michelle Word Hollis

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It's in the House: Lessons from a Widow Woman - Getting What You Need & More!
By Michelle Word Hollis

About the Book:

In this book you will discover the powerful lessons, from the Biblical story of the Widow's Oil, that will help you overcome any difficulty you are currently facing. You will learn easy to implement strategies that will cause positive transformation in your thoughts and actions. The lessons are based upon Biblical principles that you can use daily for successful living. God has given us a blueprint in His Word that will help us build a grand life no matter where we are currently in life. The principles contained in these pages have withstood the test of time; they are universal truths! The lessons and principles are simple to understand, as well as, implement for those who would dare try and keep trying. Making a lasting permanent change does take time, practice, and patience, but you can do it! image1Michelle Word Hollis is a native of St. Louis,  Mo. She is a wife and a mother. She received her undergraduate degree from SIUE and her MBA from UOP. Michelle is a life long learner and enjoys many other personal pursuits. Michelle is a new author, but she has been writing privately for many years. Michelle's Pearlable Woman book series will explore spirituality, family, life, and love. In the series, she will share lessons that have stood the test of time. These lessons are pearls of wisdom from the lives of Biblical women that can be applied to our contemporary lives.
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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Truth Seekers by Anne-Rae Vasquez

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Doubt By Anne-Rae Vasquez

About the Book:

Harry Doubt, a genius programmer and creator of the popular online game ‘Truth Seekers’, has a personal mission of his own; to find his mother who went mysteriously missing while volunteering on a peacekeeping mission in Palestine. His gaming friends and followers inadvertently join in helping him find her; believing that they are on missions to find out what has happened to their own missing loved ones. During Harry’s missions, Cristal and the team of ‘Truth Seekers’ stumble upon things that make them doubt the reality of their own lives. As they get closer to the truth, they realize that there are spiritual forces among them both good and evil, but in learning this, they activate a chain of events that start the beginning of the ‘end of the world’ as they know it.
Anne-Rae-Vasquez-500pixAnne-Rae Vasquez is currently writing "RESIST" book 2 of the Among Us Trilogy. Her latest novel Doubt, Book 1 of the Among Us Trilogy was released on November 9, 2013 at the Rain Dance Book Festival. Among Us Trilogy is a book series about a group of outcasts (online gamers) who band together to investigate who or what is behind the catastrophic events happening around the world. Her previous novel, Almost a Turkish Soap Opera, was adapted into a screenplay and later produced into an award winning feature film and web series and was her directorial debut. Aside from her artistic work, Anne-Rae is the creator/producer and host of Fiction Frenzy TV (fictionfrenzy.tv), a VLog channel featuring indie artists and authors. She also freelances as a journalist for Digital Journal, an online magazine Other works include: Gathering Dust – a collection of poems, Salha's Secrets to Middle Eastern Cooking Cookbook published by AR Publishing Inc. and Teach Yourself Great Web Design in a Week, published by Sams.net (a division of Macmillan Publishing).
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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Please Welcome Margaret Armanious to our Meet The Author Day

Good Morning, Margaret. I'm happy to visit with you today
When and how did you get interested in writing?

Margaret Armanious: I believe I’ve always enjoyed writing on some level. Growing up, I always loved creative writing assignments, excited to see what I could craft on paper while the other kids groaned. (Now I can’t say the same for math!) I’ve almost always kept a journal, although the frequency of my entries would vary throughout the years. However, the love of putting words to paper has always been a part of me. It wasn’t until about 15 years ago that I began to write Bible Studies, accumulating them but never sharing them. One day I realized that if God gave me the desire and tenacity to write, then I need to share it. I realized that is what I have to give.  
 
Sharon: We study for ourselves and can be too shy to share. Thank you for heeding the nudging to share what God has given you.

How was this particular study placed on your heart?

Margaret Armanious: That’s an easy one, Sharon. Many, many years ago, I remember my dad teaching the book of Philemon to my small group fellowship. The message of the book of Philemon, (forgiveness), and the way he presented it left such an impression on me that years later I decided to study the book myself. “An Invitation to Forgive” is a product of what was placed in my heart upon that initial impression. In fact, that’s how this book is dedicated.
  
Sharon: What impact do you hope this book has upon the reader?

Margaret Armanious: Wow, that’s a good question.

What is amazing about the book of Philemon is that it is so saturated with practical wisdom, especially for such a short epistle. It’s written by the Apostle Paul to his friend Philemon, urging him to take back and forgive his runaway slave, Onesimus. As I began to study this letter, I discovered that it addresses many aspects of forgiveness, such as:

-        What is the character of one who forgives?
-        What is it about forgiveness that is so transformative?
-        What are the motives of the one who forgives?
-        What are the dynamics of forgiveness?

Point by point, the apostle weaves a brilliant case for reconciliation in the midst of a volatile situation. He presents a truly gracious appeal towards compassion that I believe can be directly applied to our own lives.  Through his words, we see a shining example of what a godly mediator looks like.  After all, which of us has never longed to see a broken relationship mended? 

My hope is that the reader will come to appreciate the book of Philemon through this simple, easy-to-read study, not only for the practical application, but to draw closer to a deeper understanding of the Author of forgiveness, Jesus Christ Himself
  
Sharon: The interesting thing about this book to me is I am in the process of studying how to forgive the hard things. For instance ... how would someone forgive a murderer ... of a loved one. I am sure I will find some valuable lessons in the book of Philemon.

Are you planning another book?

Margaret Armanious: Yes. I have written a short, expository study on Hebrews 12: 1-3, which speaks of running the race of faith. Like “An Invitation to Forgive”, it is also written in an interactive, question and answer format.

I also hope to publish a study I call “The Four Greatest Lies of Satan”, which examines  Satan’s lies in  the account of the Fall of Man (Genesis 3:1-24), and how it his lies continue today on an individual, church, and societal level.

I also hope to publish studies on the untamable tongue, (James 3:1-12), as well as a topical study on money management, (Selected Scriptures), Lord willing.

Sharon: Wow! I certainly want to encourage you in those two studies as well.

How can our readers find you on the Internet?

Margaret Armanious: I have a blog, called “Ministry In Words” that has been such a joy in my life. It was developed from an insatiable desire to share my love for the word of God and my faith in Christ. The groundwork for this blog really started many years ago, as God began to develop a real joy for Bible Study within me. This is a small way to share some of it. Sometimes that will come from studies and devotions I have put together, and other times from the simple, everyday conversations and lessons I find along the way. You may find it at www.ministryinwords.wordpress.com.  Each reader is important to me and by their input and comments enhances the blog in ways that I never could do alone. Stop by and join the conversation!

My Twitter handle is @tweetinginwords.

I’ve also been featured as a guest blogger on GospelBlog by FEBC:

Sharon: I just started following you on twitter!


Margaret Armanious: Thank you for the opportunity to be a guest on your blog!

Sharon: It has been my pleasure. 
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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Feeling Alone In Your Journey With Jesus?


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Let Me Walk with You: Letters of Faith and Strength By Gisela Yohannan

About the Book:

Are you feeling alone or overwhelmed in your journey with the Lord Jesus? In this volume of letters, originally addressed to women serving on the challenging mission fields of South Asia, Gisela Yohannan shares precious lessons from her own life and insights from God’s Word that will fill your heart with faith and strength, no matter where you are in your walk with Jesus. By His grace, you will make it!
GiselaGisela Yohannan Gisela Yohannan serves the Lord along with her husband, K.P. Yohannan, who is the founder and international director of Gospel for Asia. Gisela ministers to thousands of Christian women in many countries, teaching God’s Word with deep insight and practical life application. She has written four other books.
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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Book Contest

BOOK CONTEST:

 The Author is giving away one e-book copy of An Unexpected Blessing( Kindle or Nook Only) To enter go here: 
Book Title:  When You Let Go
Genre: Christian Fiction
Publication Date:  May 22, 2014

About The Book:

An answered prayer. An unforeseen betrayal. A family healed by grace.
Amara and Ejike Dike had been married for six glorious years. Amara was convinced Ejike, was the perfect gift from God. Loving, charming and very easy on the eyes. 

They had a beautiful life. Well, not so beautiful. Amara’s inability to bear children made her feel like a less than the perfect mate for her husband. Then after many years, God lifted her faith and had finally heard her cry. The Dikes couldn’t be happier.

A surprise visit from Chinelo, Amara’s long lost cousin, turns Amara’s world upside down and threatens to turn her once-perfect existence into ashes.
Ejike loved his wife with a passion. They shared a burning desire and faith in God that burned deep. However Chinelo’s appearance would open a Pandora’s Box that had purposely been kept shut.

Faced with the loss of all she holds dear, Amara finds herself at crossroads. Would she lean on God’s sustaining grace to let go and travel the rocky path to forgiveness? Or would she throw everything to the wind and walk away?
When You Let Go is a novel about people who know what the Word of God instructs but struggle with actually doing it when the chips are down

About The Author:

Born in Akron, Ohio to Nigerian parents. Unoma Nwankwor spent her childhood and early adulthood years in Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. 

She is a romantic at heart and is passionate about telling stories of faith and hope about love. She hopes to capture her readers through stories that are faith based with an element of love. After all, “and now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.” ~1 Corinthians 13:13

Unoma Nwankwor is the published author of An Unexpected Blessing (2013), The Christmas Ultimatum (2013), and When You Let Go (May, 2014), as well as many published flash fiction and short stories. 

Her work has appeared in Africa Book Club and the Kenyan Ezine ;Wamathai and well as numerous radio shows and blogs. She is currently working on her next novel A Scoop of Love (October, 2014).

Ms. Nwankwor's readers are in love with her unique way of telling stories that capture the essence of her present home base; Atlanta Georgia and her Nigerian culture. She calls them her God-given stories and strives every day to use her gift to His glory.

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

CrossReads Book Blast featuring Amy von Borstel

About the Book:

If you knew that your prayers could change the lives and futures of your children or grandchildren, would you pray regularly? Prayers of a Mother’s Heart: For a Chosen Generation is a hope-filled resource for those desiring a life of prayer and for those seeking God for miracles. In the Prayers of a Mother's Heart eBook, there are several personal stories that reveal the power of prayer, a collection of heartfelt prayers that address a wide range of concerns many mothers have for their children, along with over ninety-five Scriptures, simple guidelines for preparing the heart for prayer, a chapter on prayer journals, and a chapter on the importance of generational blessings. Be inspired by Prayers of a Mother’s Heart to begin trusting that Jesus truly holds the answers to the challenges in your children’s lives. Jesus promised He would do the impossible if only we would believe (Mark 9:23).
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Amy von Borstel is a passionate follower of Christ, a wife and mother of two—one adult child and one teen. She attributes her twenty-eight year marriage and happy home to the love of God and living a life of faith-filled prayer. She’s been a writer since she was a little girl, writing poetry and keeping journals as a way to find peace and rest in her soul. Her first published short story, A Divine Hair Appointment, was released in the 2013 Thomas Nelson book, When God Makes Lemonade. She is passionate about helping orphans and seeing people find abundance through an intimate relationship with Christ.

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Friday, April 18, 2014

Please welcome R.M. Strong to our Meet The Author Day

Sharon: Welcome to Author Day, Rickki, May I get you a cup of coffee? Tea? A soft drink? Or just plain water?

R.M. Strong: Well, my husband and I have been Netflix binging on Star Trek: The Next Generation this last month, so there’s really only one answer to that question: Tea. Earl Grey. Hot.

Sharon: Coming right up!
Tell us a little about your family.

R.M. Strong: As I mentioned just now, I married a Trekie, and I’m happily watching ‘90s sci-fi with him, so that should tell you something about us. ;-) We’ve been married for over 11 years and have one son, who is 7.

Sharon: Who has been one of your best encouragers on your writing journey?

R.M. Strong: I’d have to say Nathan, my husband. I would have never pursued publication if he hadn’t read my feeble attempts at writing the first few drafts of my debut novel and encouraged me to keep polishing. Now, 10 years later, he has a good job and encourages me to keep at it, helping me polish, and hand-coding all of my ebooks.

Sharon: I love hearing how your husband and you can work together on your projects.
What gave you the inspiration for Patient Love? How was this story placed on your heart?

R.M. Strong: A friend of mine gave me the basic outline for Patient Love a few weeks before Camp NaNoWriMo in April of 2013—a young woman is dumped by her college sweetheart and relearns her worth in God’s eyes with the help of friends and family. The story evolved from the one sentence synopsis, as all stories do. I was determined to write something new, in a different genre than my “safe” biblical historical fiction and young adult fiction. I was also in a slightly more nostalgic and romantic mood as Nathan had moved to Portland for work and I was still in Idaho while our son finished the school year. My main character, Jasmine, re-discovers herself as I was doing somewhat the same thing.

Sharon: Sounds like a case of absent makes the heart fonder. Giggle.
Of your own experiences, what influenced the writing of Jasmine the most? What features became aspects that were Jasmine’s alone?

R.M. Strong: Like Jasmine, I was a lonely adolescent. I only had a few good friends, and even those friends I kept at arm’s length emotionally. Because of that, like Jasmine, I also fell into a one-sided relationship and while we didn’t get to the point of planning the wedding, it still wasn’t the right thing for me.

Sharon: I do believe an author’s experiences makes the writing more true to life.
What is the accomplishment that you are most proud of?

R.M. Strong: That would have to be my son. He has big dreams (right now, he wants to be president, a doctor, go to Mars with NASA, and be an Olympic medalist). Despite having sinners for parents, he loves Jesus, loves Bible quizzing, and loves the people around him.

Sharon: As far as your writing career, have you received a particularly memorable reader response?

R.M. Strong: Patient Love has gotten some very memorable responses, especially from some of my beta readers. One of my characters sits for the Bar exam in the book and I asked an old friend who had just passed her own exams to read the story and make sure the legal stuff was correct. Unbeknownst to me, she had been in an abusive relationship herself. She was very impressed with how I portrayed Jasmine coming out of her bad relationship and beginning to see herself not as Philip saw her, but as God saw her.

Sharon: So even your beta reader was a God thing!
Are you planning another book? If so, what’s the story about?

R.M. Strong: I always have a few other books in some state of done-ness. Currently, I have three works in progress and one book out with some beta readers. The book that’s being critiqued right now is the third (and probably final) in my My Life as a Superhero series. I also have another biblical historical fiction, God of Chaos, which retells the story of Exodus and the Ten Plagues of Egypt, and an historical fiction about 17th Century Caribbean pirates. I’m also working on a fantasy with some allegorical overtones.

Sharon: What an interesting line up of subjects!
One last question: How can readers find you on the Internet?

R.M. Strong: I can be found quite a few places. I’m on Twitter ( @RM_Strong ), on Facebook, at my website , and my books are available on Amazon, Smashwords, Kobo, and Barnes & Nobel (Just search for R. M. Strong). If you have any questions that are still not answered, my email address is rmstrongbooks@gmail.com.
                                                                
Sharon: Thank you so much for joining us today. Do you have any parting words?

R.M. Strong: Thanks so much for having me, Sharon, and letting me talk about my books and what I’m doing. And a big thank you to your readers for stopping by as well.

Sharon: The pleasure is all ours, mind and the readers.


Q4 Our Readers: Do you read only one type of book, or are your tastes versatile?

Friday, April 11, 2014

Please welcome Mary C. Findley to our Meet The Author Day

Sharon: Hi Mary, I’m so glad you are here today. May I get you a cup of coffee? Tea? A soft drink? Or just plain water?

Mary: Hot tea will do nicely, thank you! It’s been a very cold winter.

Sharon: You are certainly right about that. Take your pick of tea bags from this basket while I get your hot water. Then tell us a little about your family.

Mary: Hubby and I will celebrate 35 years of marriage this year. He drives tractor trailer cross country and sometimes to Canada. I ride along full time. We have 3 grown children, Boy-Girl-Boy.

Sharon: When and how did you get interested in writing?

Mary: I started drawing around kindergarten, creating characters for stories. It was junior high when I seriously decided to be a writer.

Sharon: Do you write while traveling?

Mary: Yes, we do everything in the Semi, or a truck stop. :-)

Sharon:  Has your writing changed your reading habits? If so, how?

Mary: I read a lot of books by friends in my indie author groups now, quite a mixture of genres. I want to review for them, and I have been blessed by stretching my preferences with some very good stories.

Sharon: Who has been one of your best encouragers on your writing journey?

Mary: The Christian Indie Authors group on facebook.

Sharon: Are we allowed to ask about the group?

Mary: The authors group itself is secret, but this is the Portal Group, where we route people to the other groups.

Sharon: What story haven’t you told yet that you want to tell? What’s holding you back?

Mary: I started writing a modern-setting book for the first time for NaNoWriMo last November. I normally write historical fiction, and it’s tough to make sure the conversations and characters are contemporary without being so up to the minute that they will not remain relevant.

Sharon: What makes your writing different than other writers? What is your brand? What can a reader expect every time she picks up one of your books?

Mary: We use Findley Family Video Publications as our imprint. “Speaking the truth in love” is our tagline. In my historicals, there will always be some romance, but mostly suspense, with people finding God doesn’t work the way we think He does, but brings things to a good end if we rely on Him.

Sharon: What gave you the inspiration for the Benny and the Bank Robber series? How was this story placed on your heart?

Mary: It was a combination of Tom Sawyer, the Sugar Creek gang, and some classic children’s adventures, like those written by Louisa May Alcott. I wanted a boy main character traveling westward in the 1800s and the people he meets along the way. I especially wanted to communicate the message that we might not understand why things happen, or like how they go, but God always has a purpose.

Sharon: What is the accomplishment that you are most proud of?

Mary: Regular sales each month without any real paid advertising. We might not be million-sellers, but apparently we are doing something right, with mostly good reviews and 30-100 sales a month.

Sharon: Have you received a particularly memorable reader response?

Mary: I’ve had some wonderful reviews by parents reading them with their children. They have even done some historical fact-checking and found out I was right about details I included. Since I wanted them to appeal to homeschoolers, this was very encouraging. They also loved the way I included faith in the stories. One said, “One of the best Christian adventure books out there!” 

Sharon: How can readers find you on the Internet?

Mary: Our blog is http://elkjerkyforthesoul.wordpress.com All our books are linked there, and there are teasers, plus we write about current issues and Bible study topics.
                                                                
Sharon: Thank you so much for joining us today.


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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

CrossReads Book Blast With Lillian Duncan

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By Lillian Duncan

About the Book

Witness Protection Program claims they can keep anyone safe if only they follow the rules so Maria follows the rules--every rule. She's given up everything--her friends, her family, her past, even her name to ensure her daughter has a future. Reborn as Veronica Minor in the sleepy little town of Sunberry, Ohio, she struggles to rebuild their life amid the beauty of her flower shop. A life where her daughter can have a happy normal childhood. A life where her daughter will never know that her father was a monster. When a child disappears, Veronica prays it has nothing to do with her past, but what if she's wrong? Not knowing who to trust, she trusts no one...and that's her first mistake
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Stories of faith mingled… with murder & mayhem.
Lillian is a multi-published writer who writes the type of books she loves to read—suspense with a touch of romance. Whether as an educator, a writer, or a speech pathologist, she believes in the power of words to transform lives, especially God’s Word.
To learn more about Lillian and her books, visit: www.lillianduncan.net. She also has a devotional blog at: www.PowerUpWithGod.com as well as her personal blog, Tiaras & Tennis Shoes at www.lillian-duncan.com
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Friday, April 4, 2014

Bargain Books For 99 Cents




Check out the books below they are all 99 cents some for a limited time only. Please check the dates  before buying. Enjoy our Bargains and Happy Reading.  If you pick up a book, and love it please take a few moments to leave a review.




Street Justice Series 
Charlie's Angel book 1 
99 cents The whole month of April.
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Samantha Fury


Miracles In Disguise
Always 99 cents
Michelle Lynn Brown  




Blessings From Above:  
A Deeper Look at the Beatitudes
Always 99 cents 
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Heather Heart 





21 Prayers for Teen Girls: 
Finding True Beauty Through the Power
of Prayer and God's Word 
(True Beauty Books)
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Heather Heart  &
Shelley Hitz




Matchmaker, Matchmaker 
(Christian Romantic Comedy novella)
Always 99 cents 
Sherry Chamblee





Chasing Norie (Stones Creek) 
99 cents until May 1st 
Sophie Dawson




The Elite of the Weak
 (Revelation Special Ops)
99 cents Until After Easter
Precarious Yates






Prince of Alasia 
(Annals of Alasia)
Annie Douglass Lima










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Trouble At Lake Lorraine (Book 1) (KerryAnne Dawson)
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