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25 Stories I Would Tell My Younger Self – Julian Hosp

In this book you will find 25 easy to read real-life stories written by Julian Hosp, a medical doctor, pro-kitesurfer & entrepreneur, where each of them contains valuable lessons and take-aways to help you to choose the path you want, make this path walkable and raise awareness how seemingly small decisions affect us majorly. Learn how growing a tree is similar to building a business, how getting cheated over can actually be good, why becoming a millionaire within the next 10 years can be quite ...

Gidget – The Horse Formerly Known as Witch – Vicky Kaseorg

A name is destiny…Or is it? Young Vicky is reeling from the loss of her old horse Joe, but eager to help the flighty, rarely ridden young mare, Witch. Unpredictable and dangerous, Witch’s future is bleak. In her first moment with the horse no one trusted, Vicky changed Witch’s name to Gidget, a hopeful benediction. “If only changing her name is all it took to change behavior,” the farm owner laments. Despite her new name, Gidget, the horse formerly known as Witch, struggles to abandon ...

The Power of Positive Affirmations: Each Day a New Beginning – Alex Uwajeh

If you’re serious about living a happy, healthy and abundant life, the key is to change your thoughts. Take control of those negative thoughts and emotions and turn them around. Find affirmations that help you stick to a positive frame of mind, and then repeat them until you feel more confident about them. It makes no difference what aspect of your life you consider, there’s always something to be grateful for.

The Pepper in the Gumbo – Mary Jane Hathaway

Alice Augustine runs the oldest bookstore in the historic district of Natchitoches and believes technology is the root of most problems. If only more people would turn off the Tv and shut down the computer, the world wouldn’t be in the mess it’s in. She wishes she could get the teens she loves to step away from the screens and hold on to their Creole culture. The only person who seems to understand her passion for classic literature is the mysterious website owner, Browning Wordsworth ...

Patients I Will Never Forget – Sally Willard Burbank, MD

In her 25-years as a Christian primary care internist, Dr. Burbank has seen everything–lunatics, criminals, hypochondriacs, and even Cocker spaniels! By popular demand, she has penned a collection of humorous and inspiring true stories to forever capture these memorable encounters.The antics of a demented octogenarian and a dimwitted patient named “Bob” will leave you laughing out loud. Dr. Burbank’s disastrous attempts to combine medicine with motherhood will reveal a new side to ladies in lab coats. Stir in a wheelchair-bound, blind patient who insists on ...

Leaving Liberty – Virginia Carmichael

At eighteen, Daisy McConnell left Liberty, Colorado and never looked back. The only bright spot in a childhood of neglect and loneliness was the town librarian, Marie. Now settled as a teacher in sunny Fresno, Daisy does her best to forget everything about Liberty including her drunk father, her MIA mother, and the town she hated with every beat of her heart. Lane Bennett’s life as a small town cop is pretty close to perfect. He’s got his dog, a pretty date when he needs ...

Amber Alert – Linda K. Rodante

Amber Alert is a Christian romance with mystery‬ and suspense. Best-Selling author Sandra D. Bricker said, “Amber Alert…takes the reader on a suspenseful ride with unexpected twists…and characters you’ll care about.” Sharee Jones didn’t plan on falling for a man who resents God, didn’t plan on the mutilated dolls or the threatening notes interfering with her Christmas program and the child who’s to play baby Jesus. She thought God’s hand was in it, but how can it be, when everything she hoped and prayed for ...



Chop, Chop – L.N. Cronk

Contemporary Christian fiction, Chop, Chop is the stand-alone novel that started the series of a lifetime. It seems to David that both Greg and Laci are a bit… out there. Between each of them constantly chopping off their hair for charity and Greg’s clandestine hand signals, neither of them seem likely to develop friendships with reserved young David. Despite their differences, however, all three grow closer to each other and – as they do – David grows closer to God as well. Nearing adulthood, David ...