FREE BOOK BLOCK #1 – {08-21-2014}

By on August 21, 2014
What the Hand: The First Black Comedy Based on the Book of Revelation: A Novel About the End of the World and Beyond by Todd Stockwell

What the Hand: The First Black Comedy Based on the Book of Revelation: A Novel About the End of the World and Beyondby Todd Stockwell

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George Somerset is the unhappiest man in paradise. The horrors of the Tribulation are over. Finally reunited with his raptured daughter, he has been handed the keys to the magnificent splendor of God’s kingdom. Yet, George prefers to sulk, denying his own salvation and rehashing his past failings until he pushes himself, literally, into the depths of hell.

This is the story of George’s past and present, of his sins and quest for redemption–a journey of self discovery through God’s creation, from the mind of a troubled soul searching for answers: Why am I here? Where did I come from? How old is the universe? How was it created? Who or what are the Illuminati? What about demons, ghosts, and aliens? What is the nature of God? Why is there a hell? Why does Satan even exist? How did I end up in paradise instead of the pit?

This would be the ultimate journey for most, a virtuous and wondrous trip through space and time to answer the big questions and experience the glory of heaven and Earth. But through the eyes of the often irreverent and confused George Somerset, it is a sad, horrific,…

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Garrett & Sunny by Peter Butler

Garrett & Sunnyby Peter Butler

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Garrett is a fun guy; a bit of a rogue and a ladies-man. Sunny is a bit ‘different’ in that she likes to play mind games and is clearly looking for a guy who can give as good as he gets. They seem destined to become perfect for each other. But..!

Family business interrupts their fledgling romance when Garrett has to make a rush trip away with his best friend Truf, and his worst brother-in-law, Tim. The three of them have quite an adventure in Australia as they try and help a longtime friend of Garrett’s ageing grandmother.

Garrett & Sunny is a fun, laugh-a-lot read. It is part romance, part comedy, part adventure and designed to entertain you until the very end.

There are no witches, aliens, FBI agents, mass murderers, or any other overdone cliche group of characters in Garrett & Sunny – just people like you and me, having a lot of fun and an exceptional life. If you liked the stories of movies like “Four Weddings and a Funeral” “Love Actually” “Notting Hill” then you might want to give Garrett & Sunny a try.

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Balance (The Divine, Book One) (The Divine Series 1) by M.R. Forbes

Balance (The Divine, Book One) (The Divine Series 1)by M.R. Forbes

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My name is Landon Hamilton. Once upon a time I was a twenty-three year old security guard, trying to regain my life after spending a year in prison for stealing people’s credit card numbers.
Now, I’m dead.

Okay, I was supposed to be dead. I got killed after all; but a funny thing happened after I had turned the mortal coil…

I met Dante Alighieri – yeah, that Dante. He told me I was special, a diuscrucis. That’s what they call a perfect balance of human, demon, and angel. Apparently, I’m the only one of my kind.

I also learned that there was a war raging on Earth between Heaven and Hell, and that I was the only one who could save the human race from annihilation. He asked me to help, and I was naive enough to agree.

Sounds crazy, I know, but he wished me luck and sent me back to the mortal world. Oh yeah, he also gave me instructions on how to use my Divine ‘magic’ to bend the universe to my will. The problem is, a sexy vampire crushed them while I was crushing on her.

Now I have to…

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Boaz Brown by Michelle Stimpson

Boaz Brownby Michelle Stimpson

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Right man…wrong color?

LaShondra has done the work on herself first. She’s gotten her education and, more importantly, developed a strong relationship with Christ. Now, she’s ready for a man–but not just any man. She wants a Boaz, a godly man…who’s gainfully employed…and it would hurt if he looked good, too. God answers with three out of three, but there’s a twist: her perfect man, Stelson Brown, isn’t African-American.

While LaShondra’s parents are happy about her professional success, they’re chomping at the bit for her to get married. Her father (who wouldn’t even let her bring her white friends home from school) and her mother (who’s gets word about the white man through the church folk grapevine) will have more than a few words for her when they find out–if LaShondra ever gets around to telling her family and friends about Stelson.

The racial climate at LaShondra’s job isn’t helping the situation. LaShondra suspects that the principal is buffering grades for certain students. Can she keep her integrity while keeping her job as vice principal?

Boaz Brown is the first novel of bestselling novelist Michelle Stimpson. In essence, it launched her career as a writer…

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Nineteen Weeks: America, Britain, and the Fateful Summer of 1940 by Norman Moss

Nineteen Weeks: America, Britain, and the Fateful Summer of 1940by Norman Moss

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‘Nineteen Weeks’ is Norman Moss’s riveting account of the events in 1940 that changed Britain and America forever.

The weeks between May and September 1940 saw Hitler’s stunning conquest of France, Britain’s struggle against the threat of invasion and conquest, and a passionate debate in the United States over the proper response to these events.

Two battles raged in that summer, both vital to Britain’s survival: the battle for Europe and then for mastery of the skies over Britain, and in America the battle for public and political opinion, between those who thought that America had a stake in the defeat of Hitler and the isolationists.

Author Moss moves swiftly between the battlefields of Europe and the halls of Congress, between struggle in the air and in American political convention halls. He gives us a fresh view of “our finest hour.”

When President Roosevelt and the movements of events turned the tide of popular opinion in America from isolationism towards help for Britain, the balance of world power was altered forever.

As Moss shows, the “special relationship” between Britain and America began in that brief, crucial period, setting the tenor of future American foreign policy.

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