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Genre(s): Christian Books & Bibles, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Religion & Spirituality, Fiction, Religious Fiction, Christianity, Christian Fiction
T his book describes the life of a woman born into dysfunction, disregard and disappointment. The story takes you on her journey. A journey that begins with abandonment, abuse, and physical injury. Pagne believes she is all alone, thrown away, but finds out that she is protected and guided by her guardian angel. A relationship develops between this lost child and a loving protector that manifests a unique method of communication.
Pagne encounters other damaged people that become her family, friends and community. Her grace and compassion alter their destructive paths. People that she learns to trust, love and rely on. She moves through her life unaware of the impact she creates, her purpose on Earth.
Her life is filled with tears, laughter, joy and heartbreak. She faces challenges that include ultimate betrayal, loss and shame. Challenges that are only bearable due to her trust and faith in heaven’s love and value for her. Love that is reinforced by her angel. She discovers the events that led to her mother’s indifference and neglect, and must decide how much grace she can extend to a woman she has hated for most of her life. The ultimate test of forgiveness.
When she faces her death, Pagne discovers the true value and power of forgiveness and love. She is shown how her life created ripples that spread into waves of glorious influence. She was not an accident, she was placed on Earth with divine intent.
Genre(s): Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Gardening & Landscape Design, Herbs, Ornamental Plants, Lifestyle & Home, Home & Garden, Gardening & Horticulture
M any people enjoy creating an ornamental garden and may view herbs as too dowdy to be worthy of a place. Unless you’re willing to give up part of your beautiful oasis for the benefit of your medicine cabinet, this makes preparing natural home remedies from your own garden plants a tad difficult.
But there are many attractive and even exotic plants which you can grow which have healing properties. It gives details of 25 different plants (33 if you count the nine different types of rose) that will fit right in to any ornamental garden, complete with cultivation data, the parts to use for each remedy and what type of remedy you can use for particular ailments.
What’s in this book:
Medicinal herbs don’t have to be ugly
Why organic growing methods are important
Remedies in this book which can be used during pregnancy
Details for the following herbs: alkanet, betony, bistort, bloodroot, butterfly weed, showy calamint, centaury, purple coneflower, cornflower, daylily, gayfeather, hemp agrimony, greater knapweed, lamb’s ears, cotton lavender, love in a mist, marsh mallow, musk mallow, meadowsweet, Queen Anne’s lace, rose, safflower, Spanish sage, teasel, valerian
Alphabetical Index of Remedies
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Chick-Lit, Contemporary Women, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers, Psychological Thrillers, Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Mystery & Thrillers
M argaret is a simple census worker who spends her days counting the recently dead and living for nothing. Her empty soul is quickly filled by a demon that sends her on a murderous rampage and teaches her the real meaning of life.
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Adventure, Alternate History, Fiction, Alternative History, Teens
- – Revised Edition — 12/10/2012 –
Before the Big Flood, Liz Green worried more about hiding detention notes, the activities of her rebellious friends, and mental illness than global climate change. She lives on the Texas Coastal Plain with her single mother, brilliant older brother, and socially awkward but clever younger brother. But now the water keeps rising, and her mother, Leah, has bigger problems than Liz. The suburban family, their neighbors, and billions of people all over the world are stuck between the rising seas and snarled land escape routes.
The military and authorities are overwhelmed by the scope of the disaster. The wealthy and well-connected rush to expensive sea habitats. Ordinary people cannot expect to get help in time.
You do not need to construct an actual raft to be Raft People, but you have to float. The family finds a website called “RaftPeople.com” which coordinates the efforts of ordinary people who plan to construct homemade crafts in order to float out of the disaster. They have to reply upon the natural talents of Liz’s younger brother, Mark, a middle aged former female special forces diver named Shirley, and an eighty year old retired naval engineer. This small group of neighbors decides to become Raft People to escape before their Houston suburb floods.
Overwhelmed and ill prepared, they must struggle against nature and gangs of hoodlums. The military may provide some help, but urban guerrillas have chosen to use this opportunity to take out the government, and the rebels do not seem to mind some collateral damage. Can this group of children, adults, and old people make it to the “Up Above” before the sea rises?
Liz Green narrates the story of Leah’s Folly, her Raft People craft, from the perspective of a young adult therapist, even though most events occurred when she was sixteen to seventeen years old. The story also includes one habitat dome, Constant, a refuge for the rich and powerful, naval rescue efforts, and some other Raft People crafts – Bayou Drink, Devil’s Island, Sisters of Mercy, Mighty Duck, and Moby Dick. The other rafts are similar to Leah’s Folly, but different too, as you may imagine from the craft’s names.
Raft People should appeal to adults, young adults, and mature teenagers. It falls into the category of post-apocalyptic fiction, but is also an adventure and coming of age story. There is even a bit of steam punk, science fiction, dystopian fiction, alternate history, spirituality, and the supernatural added to the mix.
Can Liz Green face her fears and travel back to Leah’s Folly and the time of the Big Flood in order to move on and help others?
Genre(s): Christian Books & Bibles, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Romance, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Women Sleuths, Religion & Spirituality, Fiction, Religious Fiction, Mystery & Thrillers, Christianity, Christian Fiction
D EATH FOR DESSERT–
When Jenna Stafford quits her dead-end job to help her sister Carly open a diner, she may have jumped from the frying pan into the fire. Even though business is really cooking, last time the sisters checked, murder was NOT on the menu. So who’s the dead guy out back? And why are there more cops on the scene than there are paying customers? Can Jenna and Carly sort out their scrambled love lives and still find the missing ingredient in time to solve the crime before their goose is cooked?