By Ashley Owens ‘Tis the season to go traveling! Guess who finally took a vacation! That’s right – my partner, our little one, and I went up to the Washington mountains in the Pacific Northwest for over a week! We went to the beach, did some book shopping, hit a
By James A. Wilson Nothing much has changed. In 2011 I was invited to testify before the California Commission on the Status of Women. Citing the trauma most women endure post-abortion, I said if the state wanted to address suffering women they could stop funding thirty thousand abortions yearly. I
by Sean Frankel Below is a list of books released today! There are some REALLY good ones that came out today! If you want us to order any of them for you then feel free to email or call us! A Rogue Meets a Scandalous Lady by Jennifer AshleyAge of
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by James A. Wilson Independence Day comes in the midst of unbelievable polarization in these United States. Charlottsville, Virginia, home to Thomas Jefferson, has decided to make no official recognition of his birthday. The author of the Declaration of Independence was our first secretary of state, second vice president, and
by Sean Frankel Below is a list of all the popular books releasing the week of July 2nd, 2019. A Fatal Game by Nicholas Searle A Grave for Two by Anne Holt Across the Void by S K Vaughn Almost Midnight by Paul DoironAlpha and Omega by Harry TurtledoveAny Way The Wind Blows
By James A. Wilson I received a Facebook forward from a friend of an aphorism from Bishop TD Jakes. It reads, “When you are a giraffe and you receive criticism from turtles, they are reporting the view from the level they are on.” I admire Bishop Jakes, but this is
By Sean Frankel We decided to start posting the new releases for every week on every Tuesday! We are going to give you a list of the new releases that should be on your radar every week! A Family of Strangers by Emilie RichardsA Nearly Normal Family: A Novel by
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