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  • January 27, 2017
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Book Spotlight: Never Go Alone by Denison Hatch

  Hot off the presses! NEVER GO ALONE by Denison Hatch is available now! Please a comment below and say hi! Title: Never Go Alone Author: Denison Hatch Publisher: Lookout Press Pages: 300 Genre: Thriller/Mystery/Police Procedural A rash of elaborate cat burglaries of luxury buildings in Manhattan has the police and mayor panicked. When a group of social media obsessed millennials—a loosely organized crew that call themselves “urban explorers”—are suspected in the heists, NYPD detective Jake Rivett is assigned the case. Already undercover with one foot on each side of the blue line, Rivett is ordered to infiltrate the group
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  • January 13, 2017
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Book Feature: Never Go Alone by Denison Hatch

  Hot off the presses! NEVER GO ALONE by Denison Hatch is available now! Please a comment below and say hi! Title: Never Go Alone Author: Denison Hatch Publisher: Lookout Press Pages: 300 Genre: Thriller/Mystery/Police Procedural A rash of elaborate cat burglaries of luxury buildings in Manhattan has the police and mayor panicked. When a group of social media obsessed millennials—a loosely organized crew that call themselves “urban explorers”—are suspected in the heists, NYPD detective Jake Rivett is assigned the case. Already undercover with one foot on each side of the blue line, Rivett is ordered to infiltrate the group
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  • December 5, 2016
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Book Spotlight: Journey To The Cross by Shane Cloonan

  Inside the Book:     Title: Journey to the Cross Author: Shane Cloonan Publisher: State Street Publishing Publication Date: September 11, 2015 Pages: 35 Genre: Children’s Christian Fiction This is the story of the Jesus donkey, a fictional tale that takes readers on a journey from our Lord’s birth to his ultimate crucifixion. Though written and illustrated for young readers, this book is perfect for people of all ages who want a fresh, youthful perspective on the life of Jesus. The book’s message is imbued in the strength and simplicity of hearts that are linked to other hearts by Jesus. Journey to the Cross
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  • November 21, 2016
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Book Spotlight: Human Origins And The Bible by Myron Heavin

About The Book Title: Human Origins And The Bible Author: Myron Heavin Publisher: Redemption Press Publication Date: July 20, 2016 Pages: 194 Genre: Christian Apologetics / Theology An engineer takes a scientific approach to the study of human origins, and compares Scripture with the findings of current scientific discoveries and DNA research. Myron Heavin examines differing views on creation and human origins, and what the Bible has to say in Genesis 2-5. From how to read and interpret the Bible, to when Adam and Eve lived, to hominids and Neantherthals, Heavin examines the validity of various creationist viewpoints, always with the supremacy of Scripture in
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  • November 7, 2016
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Book Feature: I, Angus by Mike Hartner

    We’re happy to host Mike Hartner’s I, ANGUS (THE ETERNITY SERIES BOOK 4) virtual book tour today! Please leave a comment to let him know you stopped by! Title: I, Angus Author: Mike Hartner Publisher: Eternity 4 Popsicle Publishing Pages: 260 Genre: Historical Fiction During a time of civil strife and purging the North has lost more men to Wars then it ever did to Nature. Angus has grown up learning that his life is better off with only him and a family. But is that really in the Grand Plan. The North needs someone to build community.
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Book Spotlight: The October Testament by Ruth Magnusson Davis

Inside the Book Title: The October Testament Author: Ruth Magnusson Davis Publisher: Baruch House Publishing Pages: 434 Genre: Christian / Bible / Religion & Spirituality The primary author of the October Testament is the English martyr William Tyndale. This is his final New Testament translation of 1535. Two years later, his friend John Rogers first published these scriptures in a little-known but very important Reformation Bible called the Matthew Bible, which became the first authorized English Bible under King Henry VIII. A second edition was published in 1549, from which this update is made. Rogers was martyred in 1555, burned
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Book Spotlight: Journey To The Cross by Shane Cloonan

Inside the Book:     Title: Journey to the Cross Author: Shane Cloonan Publisher: State Street Publishing Publication Date: September 11, 2015 Pages: 35 Genre: Children’s Christian Fiction This is the story of the Jesus donkey, a fictional tale that takes readers on a journey from our Lord’s birth to his ultimate crucifixion. Though written and illustrated for young readers, this book is perfect for people of all ages who want a fresh, youthful perspective on the life of Jesus. The book’s message is imbued in the strength and simplicity of hearts that are linked to other hearts by Jesus. Journey to the Cross follows
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  • October 17, 2016
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Book Spotlight: Rejoicing Through The Tears by Brenda George

Inside the Book   Title: Rejoicing Through The Tears Author: Brenda George Publisher: WestBow Press Pages: 240 Genre: Inspirational Have you or someone you know been diagnosed with cancer? Rejoicing through the Tears has been written with you in mind. You can learn not only to survive, but to thrive. You can come through your wilderness journey of cancer and let God turn your mourning into dancing. No matter what challenges you may be facing, you can learn to embrace the hand of a loving God. He will walk with you whether you are up on the mountaintop or down in the
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  • August 15, 2016
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Book Spotlight: Have You Received Since You Believed: Quest For The Holy Spirit by Brian Hollins

About The Book     Title: Have You Received Since You Believed? Quest For The Holy Spirit Author: Brian Hollins Publisher: BookBaby Publication Date: June 12, 2016 Pages: 59 Genre: Christian Living The Spirit that is within me that leads and guides me into all truth is again personified when I receive Christ as my Lord and Savior. The Spirit that is upon me after I ask for him is how I receive power. How could I believe that he would come upon me if I have not really received first that he dwells within me? This is what I wrestled with
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  • August 1, 2016
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Book Spotlight: Sustainable Church by Walt Russell, PH.D.

About The Book   Title: Sustainable Church Author: Walt Russell   Publisher: Quoir Pages: 234 Genre: Christian / Church Leadership / Ecclesiology Book Description:   Sustainable Church is a thorough, Bible-based exposition of how the ministry of every church should be organically built around all of the Spirit-gifted followers of Jesus within that local body. It critiques the shallow pragmatism and unsustainability of non-organic churches and biblically showcases the sustainability of the organic church. “Body Discipleship” is a key part of the church’s sustainability and the author explains biblically how it corrects the model of discipleship that has been popular for the
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  • June 8, 2016
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Book Spotlight: MacClinton by Sam Griffith

  Inside the Book:   Title: MacClinton Author: Sam Griffith Publisher: Conservative Press Books Pages: 176 pages Genre: Political Science / Political Satire   Book Description:   MacClinton, a modern tale of Bill Clinton’s political career told in the format of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. This amusing drama is fleshed out with notes that detail Clinton’s scandals and cover-ups. After reading it, you’ll want to examine the character and actions of political candidates before voting for or against them. “When a citizen gives his suffrage [vote] to a man of known immorality, he abuses his trust; he sacrifices not only his own interest, but that of his
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  • May 27, 2016
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Book Spotlight: The Day Of The Dragonking by Edward B. Irving

Inside the Book:   Inside The Book Title: The Day of the Dragonking Book 1: The Last American Wizard Series Author: Edward B. Irving Publisher: Ronin Robot Press Publication Date: Paperback – February 2, 2106 / eBook – May 17, 2016 Pages: 316 pages Genre: Urban Fantasy / Satire Book Description:   A “mystical terrorist group” sacrifices an airplane full of innocents to a dragon and uses the deaths to power an event that wreaks magical havoc on Washington, D.C. All the wizards in the U.S. government’s employ abruptly lose access to magic, and the world’s computers and gadgets become sentient. Second-string journalist Steven Rowan
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  • May 16, 2016
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Romantic Suspense Book of the Week: Banished Threads by Kaylin McFarren

Title: Banished Threads (Book 3 – Threads Series) Author: Kaylin McFarren Publisher: Creative Edge Publishing LLC Pages: 258 Genre: Romantic Suspense A valuable art collection disappears turning a treasure-hunting duo into crime-stopping sleuths committed to vindicating family members in Kaylin McFarren’s action-packed suspense novel, Banished Threads. While vacationing at the stately Cumberforge Manor in Bellwood, England, Rachel Lyons and Chase Cohen attend an elegant dinner party hosted by her uncle, Paul Lyons, and his aristocratic wife, Sara. Before the evening ends, a priceless collection of Morris Graves’s paintings are stolen from her uncle’s popular gallery, throwing all suspicion onto his
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  • May 6, 2016
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Book Spotlight: Journey To The Cross by Shane Cloonan

Inside the Book:     Title: Journey to the Cross Author: Shane Cloonan Publisher: State Street Publishing Publication Date: September 11, 2015 Pages: 35 Genre: Children’s Christian Fiction   Book Description:    This is the story of the Jesus donkey, a fictional tale that takes readers on a journey from our Lord’s birth to his ultimate crucifixion. Though written and illustrated for young readers, this book is perfect for people of all ages who want a fresh, youthful perspective on the life of Jesus. The book’s message is imbued in the strength and simplicity of hearts that are linked to other hearts by Jesus. Journey
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  • May 2, 2016
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Book Spotlight: The Beams of Our House by Trey Dunham

Inside the Book:   Title: The Beams of Our House: A Novel Based on the Song of Solomon Book 1: The Banner Series Author: Trey Dunham Publisher: Independent Self Publishing Pages: 394 pages Genre: Christian Dystopian / Furturistic Fiction     Book Description:   Sol 203119 hates Coupling—the forced dating and mating technique initiated across the United Cities as populations consolidated, gender tensions mounted, human reproduction plummeted, and marriage fell out of style—but he doesn’t know why. But when a fourth classmate at the Academy commits suicide, he follows the prompting of a mysterious voice and goes in search of a way out of
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  • April 25, 2016
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Book Spotlight: Scorpio’s Kiss by MC Domovitch & Win Books!

Title: SCORPIO’S KISS Author: Monique Domovitch Publisher: Lansen Publishing Pages: 588 Genre: Romance Scorpio’s Kiss is a spell-binding tale of love, ambition and greed that will keep the reader turning the pages until its surprise ending. Set in New York and Paris amid the glamorous and competitive worlds of art and real  estate, Scorpio’s Kiss takes the reader from the late 1940s to the 1960s through the tumultuous lives of its heroes. There is Alex Ivanov, the son of a Russian immigrant and part-time prostitute. He yearns to escape his sordid life and achieve fame and fortune. His dreams of
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  • March 29, 2016
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Book Feature: The CIA International Thriller Series by R. Lawson

  Our book feature today is R. Lawson’s THE CIA INTERNATIONAL THRILLER SERIES! Title: Existential Threats (Book 4 of The CIA International Thriller Series) Author: R. Lawson Publisher: Independent Pages: 345 Genre: Thriller/Espionage The CIA’s incoming Director of Counter Terrorism, Biff Roberts, is inheriting a multitude of challenges. For starters, there is the existential threat of a nuclear Iran. Added to that, the Middle East has become enmeshed in a surge of radical religious extremism ranging from fanatical Muslims of the Islamic State to the Taliban, groups who commit unspeakable atrocities using violence to pursue their atavistic goals. Syria’s civil
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  • March 21, 2016
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Blog Tour: NOT QUITE SO STORIES & Win books by David S. Atkinson!

We’re happy to be a part of David S. Atkinson’s NOT QUITE SO STORIES blog tour today!  Be sure to enter the giveaway! Title: NOT QUITE SO STORIES Author: David S. Atkinson Publisher: Literary Wanderlus LLC Pages: 166 Genre: Absurdist Literary Fiction The center of Not Quite So Stories is the idea that life is inherently absurd and all people can do is figure out how they will live in the face of that fact. The traditional explanation for the function of myth (including such works as the relatively modern Rudyard Kiping’s Just So Stories) is as an attempt by
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  • March 15, 2016
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In the Spotlight: Unicorn: Addiction, Guilt and a Decision That Will Change Her Life by L.E. Get

Unicorn

Title: Unicorn: Addiction, Guilt, and a Decision That Will Change Her Life Author: L.E. Get Publisher: Telemachus Press Pages: 240 Genre: Women’s Fiction/Literary Fiction/Drama Scarlet has the life most only dream about—she travels the world, she makes plenty of money and she has the best friend anyone could ask for. But, piece by piece, her world is falling apart because of her damaged family, years of resentment and her sister’s drug and alcohol addiction. Scarlet tries to keep it together, but when her sister desperately needs help, Scarlet has to make a decision that will change every part of her
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  • March 7, 2016
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Book Spotlight: The Avocadonine and Spring Stone by Patrick Barnes

  Inside the Book:       Title: The Avocadonine and Spring Stone Author: Patrick Barnes Publisher: Independent Self Publishing Publication Date: January 26, 2015 Pages: 334 Genre: Young Adult Fiction Book Description:   Praised by many as one of the best YA fiction books you’ll ever read. Rey Naresh, a likeable kid worth rooting for, is going into the ninth grade at Pemota High.  He’s not sure what to expect being fresh off a visit with a gypsy who may or may not have been psychic, but he’s hoping in ninth grade he’ll get to meet his crush, the pretty green eyed, Christy Lane. 
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