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Jericho’s Road

Set in the 1880’s in the State of Texas, the war of northern aggression is concluded, a rough period of Union Army supervised reconstruction is over and outlaws are running amok in the lesser populated areas of the State. Rating: A Author: Elmer Kelton Book: Jericho’s Road Genre: Western Private Andy Prichard, company B, Texas […]

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It’s OK That You’re NOT OK

This is the BEST book about grief that I’ve ever read! Megan Devine knows what it’s like to grieve and she shares her wealth of knowledge in this awesome book. If you’ve loved and lost… this book will both comfort and teach you coping skills you’re going to need at some point if you wish […]

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Later Bloomers

If you’re over 35 and not where you want to be in life … we’ve found the book for you! This book chronicles the lives of people you have heard of (Susan Boyle, James Michener, Ina Garten…) and many you probably haven’t heard of, but who did fascinating things with their gifts and talents.   If […]

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Stolen Jesus

Jami Amerine starts the book out with such a heartfelt statement that you can’t help but be drawn in, because there but by the Grace of God go all of us. “Let me assure you, I am a disaster. I have some inadequate parenting stories (not bad as in Child Welfare bad, but certainly not […]

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20 Ways to Make EVERY DAY Better!

It’s a How To Book Make simple, practical changes that cause really GOOD results…   20 Ways to Make EVERY DAY Better by Joyce Meyer This is a common sense approach about how to make the most of your life, your faith and your time on this earth. In her usual fashion, the author honestly […]

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The Orphan Train

Wow! Reading this book really puts life in perspective… It’s fiction, but it’s based on true stories and the author does an excellent job of transitioning between memories and life as we know it. A modern day foster teen does her community service hours working for a 91 year old lady who wants to clean […]

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The Nightingale

This book is NOT available to be given away. With courage, grace and powerful insight, bestselling author Kristin Hannah captures the epic panorama of WWII and illuminates an intimate part of history seldom seen: The Women’s War. What GREAT read! In love we find out who we want to be. In war we find out […]

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Live Like You Mean It

Are you looking for some encouragement? Shop no further – you’ve found it! If you want a book to inspire you to “live fully and grab life with both hands” this book will certainly do the trick. Author, speaker, and singer Kathy Troccoli believes that life is full of rich gifts just waiting to be […]

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Live Original

Live Original by Sadie Robertson with Beth Clark   *************************************** Excerpt from Chapter 1 Think Happy, Be Happy If there is one thing my family hears a lot, it’s this: “Happy, happy, happy.” My grandfather Phil Robertson, whom I call “Papaw Phil,” is famous for these words, and I am glad he is. I like […]

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The Artist’s Way

It’s a GOOD READ for quite a few reasons… 1. If you like to read about FAMOUS people’s lives, she gets very personal. 2. If you wish to do anything creatively this year, this is a great guide. 3. If you are interested in improving your faith, this book will do it. 4. If you […]

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