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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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By Raoul Hawkins

Portrait of a Fallen Angel is a black comedy that explores the darker side of innocence. When Frank Walker gains notoriety as the Devil-worshipping prophet of a new religion, he naively believes he can control the beast he has unleashed.

“The messiah is coming?” he exhorts his followers, but when the messiah really does turn up, all Hell is set to break loose.


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By Maryam Awaisu

Burning Bright is not a story about statistics, but of an over-achieving young lady, who is determined not to let sickle cell anemia stand in her way. Without notice, difficulties that Nadia Habeeb did not foresee complicate her health and love life, changing everything immensely. With the walls of life itself closing in on her, will she stand conqueror this time? If she does, what will be her fate back home in Nigeria, with a closed-off heart, and physical challenge?

This is a story of a family struggling to maintain faith and hope in the face of severe emotional challenges, social upheaval, medical necessity, and the paradox of humanity. Set within the complexities of Nigerian culture, it is the story of young people trying to make their way in a world they didn’t make. It is also a story of pain and redemption, of love lost and found, generational conflict, and the emergence of true faith.


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By Raoul Hawkins

Portrait of a Fallen Angel is a black comedy that explores the darker side of innocence. When Frank Walker gains notoriety as the Devil-worshipping prophet of a new religion, he naively believes he can control the beast he has unleashed.

“The messiah is coming?” he exhorts his followers, but when the messiah really does turn up, all Hell is set to break loose.


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By Raoul Hawkins

Portrait of a Fallen Angel is a black comedy that explores the darker side of innocence. When Frank Walker gains notoriety as the Devil-worshipping prophet of a new religion, he naively believes he can control the beast he has unleashed.

“The messiah is coming?” he exhorts his followers, but when the messiah really does turn up, all Hell is set to break loose.


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By Maryam Awaisu

Burning Bright is not a story about statistics, but of an over-achieving young lady, who is determined not to let sickle cell anemia stand in her way. Without notice, difficulties that Nadia Habeeb did not foresee complicate her health and love life, changing everything immensely. With the walls of life itself closing in on her, will she stand conqueror this time? If she does, what will be her fate back home in Nigeria, with a closed-off heart, and physical challenge?

This is a story of a family struggling to maintain faith and hope in the face of severe emotional challenges, social upheaval, medical necessity, and the paradox of humanity. Set within the complexities of Nigerian culture, it is the story of young people trying to make their way in a world they didn’t make. It is also a story of pain and redemption, of love lost and found, generational conflict, and the emergence of true faith.


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By Mac Kinnon

Jack made comments about a prominent political figure when he and his wife, Joanne were living in Las Vegas. Jack lost his job and no employer would even talk to him. Joanne lost her job, too. They were blacklisted. They were informed that a warrant had been issued for their arrest, the charge being terrorism. They hit the road in an act of survival. They spent time in a native-American commune for a few months and then on to Texas, Louisiana and Tennessee.

They were being chased everywhere. Finally, the law in Texas informed them that was never a warrant for their arrest. The whole time they depended on God for their protection as their faith grew stronger with every episode they encountered.


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By Mac Kinnon

Jack made comments about a prominent political figure when he and his wife, Joanne were living in Las Vegas. Jack lost his job and no employer would even talk to him. Joanne lost her job, too. They were blacklisted. They were informed that a warrant had been issued for their arrest, the charge being terrorism. They hit the road in an act of survival. They spent time in a native-American commune for a few months and then on to Texas, Louisiana and Tennessee.

They were being chased everywhere. Finally, the law in Texas informed them that was never a warrant for their arrest. The whole time they depended on God for their protection as their faith grew stronger with every episode they encountered.


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By Carolyn Hart Bennett

It is July 19, 1863 when the Amazon arrives from London at the New York docks with eight hundred Mormons on board. Among the arriving Saints are seven young, unmarried, unrelated “sisters in the gospel,” who have been placed together as a family during their forty-four-day voyage. The Seven Sisters, as they have come to be called, have become close enough to vow to stay together all the way to their new home in Utah.

The Sisters must now travel overland by railroads and waterways to the Mormon outfitting camp in Nebraska Territory, where they plan to join the “down and back” wagons and trek to the Salt Lake Valley. As they make this journey, the Sisters experience many difficulties—from the rigors of changing trains and riverboats to sleeping outside in unpredictable weather to wondering when or where they will find their next sustenance. While facing unexpected accidents, sickness, and loss, the Sisters trek the last thousand miles on foot in unforgiving environments with the possibility of cattle and buffalo stampedes, hostile Indians, and treacherous river crossings.

In this continuing historical tale, the Seven Sisters must face their biggest fears and rely on their faith, courage, and optimism to survive this challenging journey to their “Zion” home.


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By Carolyn Hart Bennett

It is July 19, 1863 when the Amazon arrives from London at the New York docks with eight hundred Mormons on board. Among the arriving Saints are seven young, unmarried, unrelated “sisters in the gospel,” who have been placed together as a family during their forty-four-day voyage. The Seven Sisters, as they have come to be called, have become close enough to vow to stay together all the way to their new home in Utah.

The Sisters must now travel overland by railroads and waterways to the Mormon outfitting camp in Nebraska Territory, where they plan to join the “down and back” wagons and trek to the Salt Lake Valley. As they make this journey, the Sisters experience many difficulties—from the rigors of changing trains and riverboats to sleeping outside in unpredictable weather to wondering when or where they will find their next sustenance. While facing unexpected accidents, sickness, and loss, the Sisters trek the last thousand miles on foot in unforgiving environments with the possibility of cattle and buffalo stampedes, hostile Indians, and treacherous river crossings.

In this continuing historical tale, the Seven Sisters must face their biggest fears and rely on their faith, courage, and optimism to survive this challenging journey to their “Zion” home.


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By Carolyn Hart Bennett

It is July 19, 1863 when the Amazon arrives from London at the New York docks with eight hundred Mormons on board. Among the arriving Saints are seven young, unmarried, unrelated “sisters in the gospel,” who have been placed together as a family during their forty-four-day voyage. The Seven Sisters, as they have come to be called, have become close enough to vow to stay together all the way to their new home in Utah.

The Sisters must now travel overland by railroads and waterways to the Mormon outfitting camp in Nebraska Territory, where they plan to join the “down and back” wagons and trek to the Salt Lake Valley. As they make this journey, the Sisters experience many difficulties—from the rigors of changing trains and riverboats to sleeping outside in unpredictable weather to wondering when or where they will find their next sustenance. While facing unexpected accidents, sickness, and loss, the Sisters trek the last thousand miles on foot in unforgiving environments with the possibility of cattle and buffalo stampedes, hostile Indians, and treacherous river crossings.

In this continuing historical tale, the Seven Sisters must face their biggest fears and rely on their faith, courage, and optimism to survive this challenging journey to their “Zion” home.


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By Paul J.Johnson
Sittin on Saint Andrew Street is a sampling of New Orleans Gumbo. It is an account of true life struggles of families and individuals who are trying to find their place in society. These very same families and individuals are indeed searching for a better quality of life. The entire setting is based on events pre and post Hurricane Katrina, August 29, 2005. Between the pages of this book, there is something everyone can relate to. Such things as that family member no wants to talk about or the daily struggle of living from pay check to pay check. The individual stories are not reflected of everyone on Saint Andrew Street. The book will surely take you on a journey and challenge your very own principals and standards. The book also brings out the many efforts by the small business owners to bring forth change in this urban community. Sure, the Saint Andrew Street community has its problems like any other community in any part of the world. But what makes this community unique is that it has not forgotten the basics. This community remembers to treat people the way you would want to be treated. This community has not lost its sense of pride, self-worth and value.
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