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Shadow of the Storm

Shadow of the Storm picks up shortly after where Counted with the Stars, the first book in the series, leaves off. This time the story focuses on Shira, a young Hebrew girl who fled Egypt with her family during the great Exodus. 235 more words

Religious Fiction

On High

Jason Metz was sorry they’d all be dead before they were successful but that’s how the cookie of environmental science crumbled. Or maybe not.  Maybe some of the crackpot longevity studies back on Earth would turn up something and they could all get a hundred-year refill and live to see a nice little patch of cool green, thriving and happy on the blistering surface of Venus. 2,452 more words

Science Fiction

Fool's Errand

“You came here to kill God?”

Pastor Hasan Abidi asked the crazy question with the posed nonchalance of a man who knew when to keep cool.  4,156 more words

Science Fiction

Right Outside Her Window

Mrs. Falciani enjoyed watching the mysterious cloud of light grow and brighten in the western sky as the last tints of silvery dusk sank behind the silhouettes of the houses lined up along her neat suburban street.  2,422 more words

Science Fiction

Silver’s #Book Reviews - “Which Half David,” BY AUTHOR MARK W. SASSE

  • Title:  Which Half David
  • Author: Mark W. Sasse
  • File Size:  1929 KB
  • Print Length: 347 pages
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Something to (read and) Think About... Religious Fiction

Our current genre presents a little more of a challenge than the beach reads (ie pretty much whatever you wanted -no limits!) This discussion featured religious fiction, a book that has religiously-based attitudes, values, or actions as a central feature of the story in any style of story. 1,020 more words

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Chapel Springs Survival by Ane Mulligan

A visit with down-home folks…

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The little Southern town of Chapel Springs is overrun by tourists because of the sudden success of Claire and Patsy’s gallery, … 664 more words

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