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“The Listeners” — a Creepy Poem by Walter de la Mare

‘Is there anybody there?’ said the Traveller,
Knocking on the moonlit door;
And his horse in the silence champed the grasses
Of the forest’s ferny floor: 230 more words

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Jewish Evangelism in the New Millennium in Light of Israel’s Future (Rom. 9-11) By Dr. Walter C. Kaiser Jr

It is impossible to read and interpret the epistle to the Romans without confronting its central issue—the relation of the Jewish people to God’s plan of salvation and evangelism. 5,407 more words

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'Malabar Hill Sixto': Book Excerpt from A Bombay In My Beat by Mrinalini Harchandrai

A Bombay In My Beat is a sonorous vaudeville on the page that is poignant, whimsical and intimate, exploring themes on anything from urbanness, politics, human connection and Louis Armstrong’s baritone.  173 more words

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Quote, Two-Seven Remainder by Matt Hader

Pies Jakubowski was literally in the belly of the beast, the large, windowless room where he sat presently—and he wanted out.

From Two-Seven Remainder by Matt Hader. Read more here!

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Book Excerpt: OUT OF SPLINTERS AND ASHES by Colleen Donnelly

OUT OF SPLINTERS AND ASHES by Colleen Donnelly / Historical Romance / Releasing Soon

She couldn’t love her enemy, because he did.

OUT OF SPLINTERS AND ASHES is a pre-World War II story of the disrupted love affair between a German romance author and a US runner in Hitler’s Olympics. 573 more words

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