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  • The Storyteller's Son

    A Memoir of Loss and Hope in the Storm by

    A storyteller, upon realizing his life is short, begins to prepare his seven-year-old son Wesley for a dark, fatherless future. Using Bible stories, he tries to convince his son to be a lifetime follower of the God who loves him and longs to be his ...


  • 10 Days in April

    ...a detour through breast cancer by

    Newly-wed Eleanor had a plan for her life: “I want to get married, go out west, build a log cabin, raise a bunch of kids, teach them about the Lord, volunteer in my community, and then write a book about it!” As her dreams became a reality over the ...


  • Musings on a Lifetime

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    I ONCE WENT TO A PALMIST TO HAVE MY PALMS READ. To my surprise, she said: “Your hands show two very different lives!” She explained that one hand represented my life as it was supposed to be, and the other as it would turn out. The palmist predicted ...


  • Losing My Country, Keeping My Soul

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    It was 1967, and life in America was the best. I lived and surfed in Miami, Florida, where the waves were as big as the bikinis were small, and every day was another party. The war in Vietnam was an abstract thing. We all knew it would be over soon. ...


  • Stories by Eldon of Norton

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    Eldon Archer has finished putting together his fourth book. A couple of times he declared the book was finished only have another story nagging to be told. Story after story found its way into this latest book. His great memory, the unusual things ...


  • Living on the Edge

    Explorations in the Northern Wilderness by

    --A fresh new look at adventure, survival and faith-- from a recipient of the Explorers Club Award. Adventure is in his blood. He has the explorer’s curiosity, the will to survive, and the faith to persevere. An engaging writing style, with at ...


  • The Return To The Family Farm

    Still Learning Life Lessons by

    After her marriage in 1976, Mary Kay Schippers left the family farm to move to the city, embark on a career and raise a family with her high school sweetheart. In 1995, after her aging parents moved to town and decided to sell some land that had ...


  • Inside the Chisolm Trail

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    Janie [Mason] Chisolm…a descendant of a royal family who ruled Scotland between 1200 and the mid-1700s. No longer in power, the ruling family and ancestors (the Chisolm Clan) migrated to the Americas. Some of the “Clan” leaders, after settling near ...


  • Parables Poetry and Prayers

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    Parables, Poetry and Prayers is a cumulation of Inspirational daily readings to encourage, bring hope and enlightenment while exploring a spiritual walk with God. Included are personal experiences, fictional stories, insights and illustrations from ...


  • My Tears Were for Her

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    “If they knew I had been sexually abused, if they knew my secret, they would think differently of me. I’ll go through life wearing this mask that I believe is one that is acceptable. People will never know it’s not the real me. Yet my life is not ...