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My heart is heavy burdened
because he closed the curtains on us.
It was the last act in the play on trust.
I don't want to carry on but I must.
It's not my time to turn to dust.
My eyes are leaking and turning to rust.
Carry on and move forward…Continue
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THE CHOICE IS YOURS TO MAKE.
The world we live in today offers a wide variety of gods to choose from. These gods range all the way from the god of the moon to the God who created the moon and every imaginable kind of god in between.
When it comes down to it, not many people question the existence of some kind of Supreme Being or Higher Authority. Even an atheist prays when the airplane they are on is about to crash. Nature (the heavens and…Continue
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Being that I usually dive head-first into the genre of action adventure thrillers, I get to read some great stories with a lot of tough as nails heroes, thwarting the villainous plans of their antagonists; saving the world one scene at a time. Plenty of heart pounding action? You bet! Lots of cliches? Love it!
However, is there room for a hero that is somewhat larger than life, but possessing a softer, more fragile character trait? A hero that knows the path they…
Added by Tim Fairchild on February 22, 2013 at 7:03am — No Comments
about his book: I wrote Race Riot to show the world that by sending people to prison for being addicted to drugs, we are breeding bigger criminals where gangs and violence are the calling cards. In prison a drug addict is bred into a displaced human being once released. While in prison, it gets politically racial and everything is solved with violence and gangs are…Continue
Added by Glenn Langohr on February 21, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments
I am a happy senior citizen who has lived a lot of life, some happy, some sad, some sinful, some honorable, but most important of all, honest,whether it gave me pain or gave me pleasure. .
I wrote my memoir to reconcile the past so I could look forward to the future. It worked! It is…Continue
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Added by Kelly J Koch on February 20, 2013 at 8:09am — No Comments
In these days of a poor economy, I am offering economical services for editing, proofreading, file conversion, PowerPoint Presentations, video and any other presentations needed to be effective in your daily life. I am also offering upload services for Kindle. Nook and Lulu publishing. I can also make DVD's from your photos or video for any occasion. I can also make and send presentations via e-mail if you do not want a physical DVD. I can also do your tax preparation for you business and…Continue
Added by Kelly J Koch on February 20, 2013 at 8:06am — No Comments
Great Day In the Morning - some days are just too wonderful.
Checked mail this morning and there was a letter from All Things That Matter Press telling me they were starting editing on Of Chiefs and Giants. That is the second part of the A River That Is Congo duet. The two…Continue
Added by Paul J. Stam on February 19, 2013 at 6:23pm — No Comments
Gloria Upson: Oh, my, what a stunning apartment.
Auntie Mame: Thank you.
Gloria Upson: Books are awfully decorative, don’t you think?
That was an exchange in the movie Auntie Mame between the dull snotty upper crust girl, Gloria Upson, and Auntie Mame concerning the collection of books in Mame’s apartment. It’s funny because it shows here lack of understanding about books.– if Gloria ever read one.
But now, big time…Continue
Added by Frank Fiore on February 19, 2013 at 5:52pm — No Comments
For those of you who love Scripture, the new release of I AM THAT I AM, Tracing the Footprints of God contains all eight of God's Covenants that are recorded in Scripture, from the Edenic to the New Covenant.
It also contains over forty-five of Jesus' Parables, over fifty of Jesus' Miracles, over fifty of His names as reflected in both the Old and the New Testament, and over fifty images of archeological excavations pertaining to locations mentioned in Scripture. Alongside…Continue
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Authored by Donna M. Chubb
Talk about over reacting. Danielle knew when she got in trouble that her parents would ground her. What she didn't expect was that they would take her away from everyone and…
Added by Philip F. Harris on February 19, 2013 at 11:32am — No Comments
Tonight during story time take a trip to the heart of Africa.
Make new friends including a clutter of cats otherwise known as The City Heroes. Follow a pair of jungle ants as they rescue their friend from a raging storm. Tag along with a country boy as he hunts wild birds to prepare a feast for his father’s arrival. Understand the true meaning of mercy and charity when a stranger is caught stealing eggs from a farmer. Help a baby named Thomas find his way home after he strays from…
Added by Omoruyi Uwuigiaren on February 19, 2013 at 11:17am — No Comments
In 1947, many believe that a flying saucer with two alien bodies was discovered in the high desert of New Mexico near Roswell.
To investigate UFO activity in the aftermath of the Roswell incident, a committee called the Majestic 12 – or Majik — was set up under Truman to study the event. Out of that committee came what are known as the…Continue
Added by Frank Fiore on February 19, 2013 at 8:19am — No Comments
The last novel I read before I began writing about ten years ago was Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz. That book was written with a first person point of view (POV). I enjoyed the approach and tried to emulate it. I have now completed nine novels. All were originally written in first person…Continue
Added by James L Hatch on February 19, 2013 at 7:51am — No Comments
Parents, youth leaders and Sunday school teachers now have a new resource to teach the lesson of Jonah, there’s price to pay when you disobey. A companion workbook to Just Like Jonah Wail Tales, a short story collection by Cheryl Rogers, is now available.
Wail tales are exaggerates tales or woe, or fish tales, involving a modern Jonah who disobeys God. In each tale, the main character lands in a whale of trouble, but calls upon God.
“It is hope that young people will…Continue
Added by Cheryl Rogers on February 19, 2013 at 7:43am — No Comments