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Not For Profit by Glenn Shepard

A prominent surgeon accused of murder and terrorism …

A corrupt healthcare administrator hell-bent on bloody revenge…

A mysterious seductress whose secrets could free the doctor and kill thousands …

A terrorist cell with missiles aimed at a leading hospital in America’s Bible Belt …

Not for Profit takes you on an action-packed thrill ride that will have you questioning suspects, motives, and outcomes until the very last page.

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Sisters In Bloom by Melissa Foster

NEWLY RELEASED……..

Book #2, Snow Sisters, Love in Bloom Series

Sisters In Bloom

You loved Danica and Kaylie in SISTERS IN LOVE, find out what happens next with SISTERS IN BLOOM”

Kaylie Snow has always been the fun, flirty, pretty sister. Now her burgeoning baby bump, hormone-infused emotions, and faltering singing career are sending her into an unexpected identity crisis.

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Books About Gratitude For Kids

Reading with my kids is one of my favorite activities. I love that they share my passion for the written word and being able to snuggle up with them and share a good book is priceless. Today I’m sharing 3 books about gratitude for kids. It is no secret around here that I believe it is important to instill the practice of gratitude and giving back in our children at an early age.

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Giveaway: The Prodigal by Michael Hurley

SIGNED BOOK GIVEAWAY !!  5 WINNERS !!

5 Lucky Winners will each receive a SIGNED book of The Prodigal Courtesy of author Michael Hurley

Open to US/CA
Ending on Sunday 20th October at 11.59pm est

For 2,000 years, Christendom has believed that faith and penitence are the narrow gates through which all who seek heaven must pass, and that the church on Earth holds the key. What if a forgotten relic, hidden inside an abandoned ship thought to have been lost at sea more than a century ago,

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Book Review: The Prodigal by Michael Hurley

For 2,000 years, Christendom has believed that faith and penitence are the narrow gates through which all who seek heaven must pass, and that the church on Earth holds the key. What if a forgotten relic, hidden inside an abandoned ship thought to have been lost at sea more than a century ago, suddenly reappeared and cast doubt on that belief? Who would seek to use it? Who would seek to destroy it? And whose lives would it forever change?

 

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Sisters in Love by Melissa Foster


NEW RELEASE !!

DANICA SNOW has always been the smart, practical, and appropriate sister. As a therapist, she prides herself on making reasonable, conservative choices, even if a bit boring, and as part of the Big Sister Program, she has little time for anything more in her life. 

BLAKE CARTER is a player. He never gets bored of conquering women, and with his sexy good looks and successful lifestyle,

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Book Review: Did I Say That Out Loud?

We’ve all had it – the “uh-oh” of wishing we could take back the comment that somehow escaped the filter between our brains and our mouths. Did I Say That Out Loud? is the tell-all account of the author’s misadventures in the daily experience that is life. Told in the tone of a coffee-klatch gathering with your best girlfriends – you know, the ones you can share anything and everything with –

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