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The Secret Spice Café: Spells and Oregano By Patricia V Davis

The second book in the series of The Secret Spice Café, Spells and Oregano by Patricia V. Davis, is just as well written and intriguing as the first in the series. The sequel takes places several years after the first book ends and there are some changes at the café. Cynthia and Jane have retired… Continue reading The Secret Spice Café: Spells and Oregano By Patricia V Davis

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The Secret Spice Café: Cooking For Ghosts By Patricia V Davis

The beginning of a series, The Secret Spice Café, Cooking for Ghosts by Patricia V. Davis, is a both a comedy and mystery that meets the paranormal world. The setting of this series is the Queen Mary, a notoriously haunted boat where four women, who have never met before that day aside from the two… Continue reading The Secret Spice Café: Cooking For Ghosts By Patricia V Davis

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Mabby The Squirrel’s Guide To Flying By Matthew Gene Claybrook

In the children’s book, Mabby The Squirrel’s Guide To Flying by Matthew Gene Claybrook, we eventually meet Mabby who is the father of the original character we meet, Dorma. Mabby is supposed to have Asperger’s, is my understanding, but really the way the book reads it just appears that the real problem is a physical… Continue reading Mabby The Squirrel’s Guide To Flying By Matthew Gene Claybrook

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My Way To Canossa By David Brendan O’Meara

The collection of related short stories in My Way To Canossa by David Brendan O’Meara are all related to a story about medieval Europe. The story, in its original form seems to be about a king who is excommunicated from the Catholic Church and seems to be in some sticky situation with two women, one… Continue reading My Way To Canossa By David Brendan O’Meara

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MGTOW: Why I Cheat: 11 Stories of Freedom For Men By Tim Patten

A collection of short stories, MGTOW: Why I Cheat: 11 Stories of Freedom For Men by Tim Patten concentrates on men’s relationships, or perhaps the lack thereof, and some predicaments men may find themselves in when it comes to relationships. There are eleven unique stories concentrating on different aspects of experiences men may have with… Continue reading MGTOW: Why I Cheat: 11 Stories of Freedom For Men By Tim Patten

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A Quiet Knowing: Devotional Thoughts for Troubled Times by GiGi Graham with Ruth Bell Graham

A soothing and comforting book to read in troubled times, A Quiet Knowing: Devotional Thoughts for Troubled Times by Gigi Graham Tchividjia with Ruth Bell Graham, is a devotional with poetry and narrative that address different difficult things people often find themselves going through. The author uses her own life experiences and those of her… Continue reading A Quiet Knowing: Devotional Thoughts for Troubled Times by GiGi Graham with Ruth Bell Graham

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Effective Biblical Counseling By Larry Crabb

Larry Crabb’s book, Effective Biblical Counseling, is the best resource for anyone interested in counseling in a Christian context, including those who minister to people in a church setting or ministry. The author explains why Biblical counseling can be so confusing today as counselors are pulling from different secular sources without stopping to think about… Continue reading Effective Biblical Counseling By Larry Crabb

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I’m Ok, You’re Ok By Thomas A. Harris, M.D.

In this psychoanalytical theory resource, I’m OK-You’re Ok, Thomas A. Harris, M.D. explains his approach to theory of psychology. The theory is rooted in psychoanalysis and deals with grouping people into four categories of how they approach the world dealing with “okayness”. This isn’t as strong an approach as Freud, but there are a lot… Continue reading I’m Ok, You’re Ok By Thomas A. Harris, M.D.

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Bittersweet By Danielle Steel

India, the main character is Danielle Steel’s novel, Bittersweet, is an adventurous woman who used to be in the Peace Corp and takes photographs of events that made the world understand complex and often horrific stories around the world. She met her husband, Doug, during this time, but is now a quiet and unemployed house… Continue reading Bittersweet By Danielle Steel

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The Gifts and Ministries of the Holy Spirit by Lester Sumrall

The Gifts and Ministries of the Holy Spirit by Lester Sumrall is a detailed exploration of the various functions of the Holy Spirit available to believers. This book is charismatic in nature, but not over the top. The first part of the book read quickly and mostly described why the gifts and ministries were important… Continue reading The Gifts and Ministries of the Holy Spirit by Lester Sumrall