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If You Don't Believe In Me

Darwin Oliver Starling stared down at the smoldering ruins of the Vatican from the window seat on Flight 3076 which had taken off from Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport ten minutes ago. 1,365 more words

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Book review: The Watcher, by Nikki Grimes, illustrated by Bryan Collier

Grimes, Nikki. The Watcher. Illustrated by Bryan Collier. Eerdmans Books, 2017. $17.00. ISBN 9780802854452. Unpaged. Ages 6-10. P6Q9

This unique book took me by surprise! 116 more words

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Author Interview: 'The Zion Series' by Brittany Nicole Lewis

Finding Freedom (The Zion Series Book 1)

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Katie was born into a cult. Her family lived there for generations. As she got older, she realized the Elders were keeping secrets from the community. 931 more words

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Book Review: Amos Faces His Bully by Cheryl Malandrinos



Author: Cheryl C. Malandrinos
Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing
Pages: 20
Genre: Christian children’s picture book… 519 more words


Deva Cross is Unicorn

 In the voice of t.d.

The whiffer was a freeing non sow service

In it all I herd: was how “Jesus” had been crucified and had seriously “died” like us. 169 more words

The Last Rose of Babylon

The great Bavel had been destroyed long ago and it was time to leave its ruins. She had been hiding among the worshipers of the Church of the East because it was the only place left to go. 541 more words

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Book Review: Kartikeya The Destroyer's Son

Title: Kartikeya The Destroyer’s Son
Author: Anuja Chandramouli
Publisher: Rupa Publications
Pages: 230
ISBN: 978-8129149114
Source: Publisher

“For Kartikeya, there have always been more questions than answers.” 425 more words

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