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Swimming in the mortar-riddled shallows of the East China Sea. Jumping off bridges into the barracuda-infested waters of the Florida Straits. Trudging through a fresh snowfall in the pristine silence of a New England forest. Hunting the elusive pheasant in the frigid, windswept plains of Illinois. Trying to stay out of trouble while experiencing great adventures with my brother while Mom was b... read more
In his ninety-plus years, George Vakey has experienced a life that most people can’t even imagine. George was motivated to share his story when a writer researching World War II interviewed him. He studied agriculture at Texas A&M until the attack on Pearl Harbor. Then he joined the Army and served four years in the infantry. Since he had been in ROTC throughout high school and college, he adv... read more
Children of the Revolution is the story of the progeny of patriot Adam Mitchell, who fought during the American Revolution at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse on March 15, 1781. This pivotal battle culminated in his cornfields, which adjoined the one-acre site of the first Guilford County, North Carolina courthouse. The hundred-year odyssey of the Westward Sagas is not about war, but how it a... read more
"Doing It Right" is an easy-to-read guide to achieving financial freedom. It addresses spending, debt, retirement planning, insurance, taxes, estate planning and more. By making a few minor changes, the author believes that anyone can achieve financial freedom.
Message in a Word MEANS EXPLORING SPECIFIC SUBJECT AND GETTING ENLIGHTMENT IN NUTSHELL AS WRITTEN ORACLE REVEALED DEITY. Words can heal or hurt, save or destroy. Words are so important that the Bible describes Jesus as The Word. Often we have tunnel vision and focus on what we think a word means, when God has so much more for us to see and understand. This book gives a different perspective on... read more
Jack Jordan Ammann Jr was smart, funny, opinionated,assertive, upbeat, generous, tenacious, independent, determined, self-confident, perfectionistic, and unconventional. He enjoyed three careers during his lifetime: industrial engineer, peace officer, and school bus driver. His interests were many—amateur radio, guns, cars, and collecting (watches, key chains, flashlights, you name it). After ... read more
Acrostics are word puzzles in which the word itself is broken down and used to form other descriptive words around an idea. The word becomes rounded out and elaborated upon, embroidered into a beautiful pattern of ideas. IDEA becomes Image Defining Each Acrostic. Message in a Word 2 contains 52 devotionals, one for each week of a year. Each devotional is based on an acrostic, a message in a wo... read more
“God has promised us a safe landing but not a smooth journey.” I don’t know who uttered those words, but they express a central truth of the Christian life—Christians aren’t immune from the problems associated with being human. Even a casual reading of the Bible reveals a lot of promises God has made, but nowhere does He promise to insulate us against the daily problems humans face or place us... read more
Book 1 of Scamper, the Mischievous Squirrel: Scamper was a big gray squirrel who lived in Aunt Boo‛s yard. His greatest enjoyment came from annoying her. He helped himself to the best fruits from her prize orchard, took the biggest nuts from her pecan trees, and ate the golden cornbread she baked for the birds. Scamper made a general nuisance of himself, while constantly dreaming of being king... read more
The clash of societies along the Texas Frontier in the last half of the nineteenth century produced a violent struggle between the people of two very different cultures. Unspeakable atrocities and carnage were inflicted by each side. The novel follows some of the main historic events of that time through the eyes of a young Texan, Thomas Sutton, who entered the struggle under the guise of fier... read more
This stirring tale of survival and hope chronicles the journey of two friends from the horrors of World War II to a quest for athletic mastery. Boudreaux and Johnny try to overcome their post-war bitterness with the help of new friends and an antique golf club. Did golf save them, or did they save golf?
How far would you go to keep your heart's desire?Previously in The Phoenix Decree Saga... Devon's pursuit of his beloved Elz led him from his castle in nineteenth-century England to a nightclub in twenty-first-century America.Elz danced before me. I watched her, encouraged by her inviting movements. My heart was beating a damn hole in my chest, and I gave in to the two feelings consuming me--a... read more
How far would you go to protect your heart's desire?Lovers entwine and old friends collide as Devon and Elz begin life anew in nineteenth-century England. Gone is the jaded man his family feared would never love, never marry. In his place stands a man completely enamored with and vastly protective of the captivating beauty he keeps on his arm. Elz adapts well to life at Wedlove, relieved that ... read more
How far would you go to reclaim your heart's desire?Devon has laid claim to Elz--marrying her in twenty-first-century America as well as nineteenth-century England. He hopes it will grant a respite from others who are drawn to the flame in her eyes.During a trip to London, Devon's hopes are dashed as he thwarts an attempt to kidnap Elz. While investigating who is behind the attack, he finds hi... read more
Douglass McGrail is a Scottish water horse—his clan the deadliest in the British Isle. When the shifter chooses to save—rather than eat—a young lassie, he never expects her innocent face to mark his memory so strongly. Months later, he stumbles onto a perceived attack in progress and plays the hero once more. He’s shocked to find the victim is the same lass who haunts his dreams. Jinny Fairchi... read more
Terry Sumerlin has been a conference speaker and writer for twenty years. His work as a speaker has taken him to over twenty-five countries and much of the U.S., thus providing him with unique experiences and invaluable insights. Terry says: “Christian Leadership is the book that I always wanted to write! It is who I am as a person of faith, as related through amazing life experiences and peop... read more
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Amy is an award winning graphic designer, commissioner and illustrator who has been working in Children's publishing for over 15 years.