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By W. C. Andrew Groome
When a person is elected to political office and wants more than what he or she currently has, the individual will probably say something like, “For too long human beings have been shut out from the riches hoarded by selfish people who worship no god/government, and it is time to get them to convert, make amends, or perish.” When a human asks god/government a question, the human is told by a representative of the god/government that there is a plan, but it is too complicated for a mere human to understand. There is no reason for the humans to worry, because god/government knows what is best for them. In The Guy that Does the Thing—Observations, Deliberations, and Confessions, Volume 11: Divine Creases, author W. C. Andrew Groome takes readers on a journey to discover the crease in the human brain that allows us to hold information necessary to put our complete trust in God—with a capital G. Through characters such as TGTDTT, OBandSD, FicCha Zero, FicCha Thirty, as well as the lectures of Dr. Charles, Groome shows the transition from election day to elected officials wanting more, to the time when humans fight back. You will see how an overconfident god/government can cause its own demise. Told with humor and foresight, The Guy that Does the Thing—Observations, Deliberations, and Confessions, Volume 11: Divine Creases is enlightening and entertaining. And it might just make you think.
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By NikkiChe

Nia (NEE-YAH) Purpose: Encourages us to look within ourselves and to set personal goals that are beneficial to the community.

This book is written about a wonderful woman named Nia. Nia is a thirty something divorced African American mother of one daughter, Noel. She has proven that she can be a good wife and mother while creating a very lucrative career and extravagant lifestyle. Most of her life has been spent doing just that. Unfortunately, in the midst of it all, she sees that she has lost sight of what success truly means. She is now single with an adult daughter. She has a wonderful family. She has wonderful friends. The company she helped build is ranked in the top three of Fortune Five Hundred companies. She has stocks and bonds. On top of it all, she wins the lottery. What’s the problem? They all consume her. Everything consumes her, even her intimate relationships. In fact, she admits she is suffocating.


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By Frederick W. Sonpon

But Niffu Town, a no place of mind to speak of, inside Africa deep that is full of mediocrity or life is by chance, where two wonderfully blessed individuals came from, has long been ruled by customs due to a maddening history, once when sorts of evils shrouded the lives of most individuals, involving so much ritual acts. And it’s only by customs upon the gods of the land acted when peace at least, returned to the town.

Inexplicably two cousins: Tesio--a male, and Gmasnoh--a female, they rose to the challenge of poverty from such society, seeking the path of western education for a better life then. A wonder, earlier they held unto a traditional premarital belief, rather as commitment to their tradition, avoiding sex in life till at twenty-five years old yet, obtaining success before should that be later. The two obtained scholarships at home earlier to have travelled the distance of USA---for the advanced study that has been in Medical. They intended going to Oklahoma City on the campuses of Oral Roberts Medical College.

Earlier, while in transit upon landing at the John F. Kennedy Airport, and making attempt, having entered their connect flight for the campus, some group of former US Soldiers, who have since then pleaded with the US Government to pay off their remaining benefits upon the return from Iraq---but no avail yet, came to cause a havoc. Tesio, wonderfully contained the surprising catastrophe that should have been---skillfully.

Like a magic, reaching the USA was the gesticulating of a huge, an early blessing, when they obtained automatic honorary citizenship of the United States by then, living the American Dream. And they also got married while in the USA. Such marriages, however, became the crimes against their tradition. Consequently, after several years had gone by, the strange human captor---death, came at last against them by an accident.


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By Sheila P. Watkins

We often hear how our adult lives are influenced by what happens in our childhood. Does this mean someone who experiences tragedy early is doomed to a less than successful life? If so, is there any way to change one’s perceived destiny?

Sheila P. Watkins’s novel, Still Standing: On the Word of God, is the story of Sharde, who began her young life with the death of her mother at her father’s hand. She was placed in her grandparents’ hands and taken away from the home she and her brother knew. As a result she experienced abandonment issues and sought to make her life one of purpose. Even when her dad got out of prison, Sharde still had the same issues, plus having to become a second mom to her eight brothers and sisters. Sharde knew the challenge before her and was determined not to live a life of poverty. She wanted to become a teacher and make her life one of purpose, with the ability to help others as her teachers had done for her.

Still Standing: On the Word of God shows one can live a worthwhile life after a tragic beginning. But it isn’t always easy. One needs people who believe in him and her. And as Sharde discovers, it requires belief and faith in God and his Word. With him, all things are possible. No matter what your beginnings.


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By Chris Johnston and Martin Ben
As Joseph sits alone on a rock at the top of a mountain in Virginia, he struggles with some of life’s most difficult questions. Who am I? Where did I come from? What lies ahead? Could life be so fickle? Would death really be so bad? During his darkest hour, Joseph asks for guidance. He blurts out, “Lord, have mercy on me. Show me what I need to know. Protect me and guide me.”

He feels in his heart that today is a new beginning as his prayer is answered. Joseph meets someone who shows him there is a way to live life and there is a reason for existence. A novel of religious fiction, There Is Only One follows Joseph through a near-death experience and a breakup with a girlfriend to the realization that life is never ending.

Based on real-life events, There Is Only One shares one man’s journey of enlightenment, communicating the message that life is an everyday experience that requires high awareness to appreciate, and that if that appreciation is developed, joy can be gained from most things.

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By Chris Johnston and Martin Ben
As Joseph sits alone on a rock at the top of a mountain in Virginia, he struggles with some of life’s most difficult questions. Who am I? Where did I come from? What lies ahead? Could life be so fickle? Would death really be so bad? During his darkest hour, Joseph asks for guidance. He blurts out, “Lord, have mercy on me. Show me what I need to know. Protect me and guide me.”

He feels in his heart that today is a new beginning as his prayer is answered. Joseph meets someone who shows him there is a way to live life and there is a reason for existence. A novel of religious fiction, There Is Only One follows Joseph through a near-death experience and a breakup with a girlfriend to the realization that life is never ending.

Based on real-life events, There Is Only One shares one man’s journey of enlightenment, communicating the message that life is an everyday experience that requires high awareness to appreciate, and that if that appreciation is developed, joy can be gained from most things.

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By Cordelia E. Battle

Two boys, were best friends heading down the wrong road of destruction. However, each turned around early in life, before it was too late. Each boy had bad experiences that turned to good experiences; each boy is well able to help other friends. Other friends had experiences, but cannot understand what was happening to them. This is a fictional story about two friends that learned about good and evil, “spiritual warfare and angels, God and angels; [factual].” The stories are fictional, but based on true life situations--showing that God, angels, spiritual warfare and the Holy Bible are really true.

Note: I’m quoting some of the factual details [true] in this book, taken from the Holy Bible [Historical].


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By Cordelia E. Battle

Two boys, were best friends heading down the wrong road of destruction. However, each turned around early in life, before it was too late. Each boy had bad experiences that turned to good experiences; each boy is well able to help other friends. Other friends had experiences, but cannot understand what was happening to them. This is a fictional story about two friends that learned about good and evil, “spiritual warfare and angels, God and angels; [factual].” The stories are fictional, but based on true life situations--showing that God, angels, spiritual warfare and the Holy Bible are really true.

Note: I’m quoting some of the factual details [true] in this book, taken from the Holy Bible [Historical].


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By Steven T. Stevenson and Shah R. Azad

For those of you who are bent on destroying yourselves, or even contemplating an attempt, you might want to reconsider your options. Ultimately getting rid of “you” may be more difficult than it seems.

And if you do choose to stick around and participate, you will have to roll up your sleeves and live according to you. That may mean following a path which has been laid by others, or choosing to follow yourself. Declining to take that fork in the road, however, may lead you to a place where you never wanted or expected to be. And all the universe will be able to do is watch in wonder as the story of you unfolds.

The Book of Steven is a story about participating and not giving up, and about maintaining wonder for the universe in which we live. Follow Steven’s experiences as he—and you—learn that our world was not just written for or by someone else. We are, or should be, participants in our lives and not simply content to sit on the sidelines or to wait for someone else to make the world right for us. We should also remember that as human participants, we have the ability to enact any role we choose, and not just the ones other people may think appropriate for us.

If you happen to find yourself on a difficult path and truly need to find a new way to examine your life, The Book of Steven will help you find hope where there appears to be none, and offers a unique perspective for examining the universe in which we all choose to participate. Steven’s message is that you do not have to simply be content to live in a world of personal despair, when the possibilities presented by the universe of life are truly boundless.

Steven’s journey is not an easy one to take, however, and for those of you who may not need to explore alternative perspectives for our world, you may wish to devote your attention elsewhere.


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By Steven T. Stevenson and Shah R. Azad

For those of you who are bent on destroying yourselves, or even contemplating an attempt, you might want to reconsider your options. Ultimately getting rid of “you” may be more difficult than it seems.

And if you do choose to stick around and participate, you will have to roll up your sleeves and live according to you. That may mean following a path which has been laid by others, or choosing to follow yourself. Declining to take that fork in the road, however, may lead you to a place where you never wanted or expected to be. And all the universe will be able to do is watch in wonder as the story of you unfolds.

The Book of Steven is a story about participating and not giving up, and about maintaining wonder for the universe in which we live. Follow Steven’s experiences as he—and you—learn that our world was not just written for or by someone else. We are, or should be, participants in our lives and not simply content to sit on the sidelines or to wait for someone else to make the world right for us. We should also remember that as human participants, we have the ability to enact any role we choose, and not just the ones other people may think appropriate for us.

If you happen to find yourself on a difficult path and truly need to find a new way to examine your life, The Book of Steven will help you find hope where there appears to be none, and offers a unique perspective for examining the universe in which we all choose to participate. Steven’s message is that you do not have to simply be content to live in a world of personal despair, when the possibilities presented by the universe of life are truly boundless.

Steven’s journey is not an easy one to take, however, and for those of you who may not need to explore alternative perspectives for our world, you may wish to devote your attention elsewhere.


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By Whitney Braun

Anna Rempel is skyrocketing to the top of Toronto’s corporate ladder. On the outside, Anna appears to have it all. But on the inside, she is struggling with a secret from her past that if discovered, has the potential to change lives. When her sister, Sophie, asks her to return home to Sethburn, Saskatchewan, to help her start a business, Anna reluctantly agrees—all while wondering how she can possibly revisit the place where everything fell apart years earlier.

Drake Hemming is existing one day at a time, even though he is following his passion of farming in Sethburn. What no one knows is that all his heart feels is loneliness—until he catches a glimpse of his past through his office window. Meanwhile, Anna is finding few places to hide her secret, especially from the one person who most deserves to know. As old friends build new relationships with her, Anna must face her past head on. Now only time will tell if Drake will finally learn why Anna left him, her family, and her faith all those years ago.

Worth the Risk is a story of love and grace as two people confront their past with hope that a brighter future awaits them.


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By Bill Sinock

TRUST is the single act that will regain mankind's delightful happiness.

All of man’s despair is caused by a single act of MISTRUST.


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By JL Bowman

Just as China is beginning to emerge from the clutches of the Cultural Revolution in 1976, a little girl is born. But Ling Choy Chung does not bring joy to her peasant family. The family needs boys who will grow up to be strong men to work on the farm. Grandpa shows his disappointment by torturing the little girl. Ling Choy’s mother can no longer accept this abuse and leaves her at the Ping Chow Welfare Center, hoping the child can survive and maybe even thrive.

Growing up in an orphanage presents a dark, miserable life for Ling, but she eventually learns that beauty and love can be found hidden in the nearby beautiful Tein Shen Mountains.

Family Found in China follows Ling Choy from a toddler to a young adult as she finds a new home through the good graces of missionaries and gains a surrogate family, a future, and God.

She didn’t think she would get into much trouble for not answering when being called. But one older nurse lay in wait for her to emerge from hiding. She had been waiting just inside the bathroom, thinking that eventually Ling Choy would need to relieve herself. Upon entering the bathroom the woman made one quick grab and had Ling Choy by the arm and was dragging her back out the door toward a dirty pail of brown stuff. Naughty children always had to take their punishment from the dirty water pail


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By E. C. Herbert N.C. McGrath

Brigham Young had been chosen as the new leader of the Mormon Church after the murder of Joseph Smith. One of Young’s directives would be to lead his followers to a land where they could live without being persecuted for their beliefs. In 1847, Randy Maxwell and his wife Annabelle were part of the wagon train of pioneers.

Choosing not to settle in the Salt Lake Basin with the others, Maxwell continued north to a place called Jackson Hole. He purchased several thousand acres of land that bordered a river where he established the Triple R Ranch. His parcel also abutted land owned by Frank Dalton who had ventured there a year earlier. At the time, the two men entered into a gentlemen’s agreement regarding a 500-acre piece of pasture that contained a natural spring. But with no deed or witness to the gentlemen’s handshake deal, when times get tough the open pastures would give way to gunpowder and barb wire fences and a bloody and contentious feud developed.

More than 150 years later, it takes a chance purchase and a writer searching for her next best-selling novel to sort out the feud. A twisted trail of greed follows Jan and her new husband Dillon as they dig into the past to determine who rightfully owns the land.


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By JL Bowman

Just as China is beginning to emerge from the clutches of the Cultural Revolution in 1976, a little girl is born. But Ling Choy Chung does not bring joy to her peasant family. The family needs boys who will grow up to be strong men to work on the farm. Grandpa shows his disappointment by torturing the little girl. Ling Choy’s mother can no longer accept this abuse and leaves her at the Ping Chow Welfare Center, hoping the child can survive and maybe even thrive.

Growing up in an orphanage presents a dark, miserable life for Ling, but she eventually learns that beauty and love can be found hidden in the nearby beautiful Tein Shen Mountains.

Family Found in China follows Ling Choy from a toddler to a young adult as she finds a new home through the good graces of missionaries and gains a surrogate family, a future, and God.

She didn’t think she would get into much trouble for not answering when being called. But one older nurse lay in wait for her to emerge from hiding. She had been waiting just inside the bathroom, thinking that eventually Ling Choy would need to relieve herself. Upon entering the bathroom the woman made one quick grab and had Ling Choy by the arm and was dragging her back out the door toward a dirty pail of brown stuff. Naughty children always had to take their punishment from the dirty water pail


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