Category: books

Today’s Pondering~Say that…

The book of Esther is an odd one. Not because of the monumental message it brings about justice and courage, but because there is actually no mention of God throughout the entire book. No mention, yet we know He is all over the situation. Only God could bring things together the way that He does.…

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First Chapter Fridays! Ironies, Coincidences and Absurdities in My Ordinary Life on Both Sides of the Atlantic by Henryk Hoffmann

With an honest, unbiased and oftentimes self-mocking manner, the author shares the highlights of his personal and professional life in Poland and the USA, spanning over nearly seventy years, in the form of purposefully laconic stories in a culturally and socio-politically rich context, emphasizing the uplifting, hilarious, ironic, paradoxical and absurd situations. Filled with personal…

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First Chapter Fridays! Through the Sliver of a Frosted Window by Robin Lynne Melet

Shine was a four-year high school Varsity cheerleader, involved in theater performances and dance classes. She graduated with a B.A. in Mass Communications from a four-year college. While in college, she stayed active with theater productions, dance classes, and her Liberal Arts curriculum. So, how did she end up in a Florida jail for seven…

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