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Shadow of the Wind

Shadow of the Wind “This is a place of mystery, Daniel, a sanctuary. Every book, every volume you see here, has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and of those who read it and lived and … Continue reading

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American Gods

American Gods I just finished American Gods, my 4th Neil Gaiman book, and I have to say that should Neil Gaiman ever need a personal assistant, I’m available. He doesn’t have to pay me much as long as I’m guaranteed … Continue reading

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Loving Lady Lazuli

Loving Lady Lazuli According to Romance Writers of America, romance books garnered $1.08 billion in sales in 2013 and accounted for 34% of the fiction market. With stats like that, I’m wondering why I didn’t choose the romance genre but … Continue reading

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Miriamne the Magdala

                                     Miriamne the Magdala         The First Chapter in the Yeshua and Miri Novel Series Miriamne the Magdala written by … Continue reading

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#BookReview Oil and Water by PJ Lazos

Thanks to Ajoobactsblog for the recommend on Oil and Water where the action is “heart-stopping”.   The Tirabi’s lose their parents in a car crash and strange break-ins start the same night. Could it be linked to their father’s invention of a device … Continue reading

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Rabbit Warrior

Rabbit Warrior In an era of tell-all books and reality TV, it’s still unnerving for the average person to reveal too much about themselves, their dreams, and dramas. The translucent nature of living in a world that thinks it knows … Continue reading

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an Invisible Thread

an Invisible Thread There are those who doubt the hand of God in ordinary events and those who see it everywhere. A chance encounter with an old friend when you take a wrong turn on an unfamiliar street. A meeting … Continue reading

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