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Things That Go Bump in the Night is a recurring podcast hosted by JC Bratton, a young adult horror short story writer. The podcast focuses on JC's short stories as well as topics related to urban legends, horror, superstitions, and anything "creepy." The title comes from JC's copyrighted collection of short stories.
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Then I Came Home by Sam Gaylord At some time in our lives, some of us face hardships and heartaches and are forced to face devastating tragedies that completely change who we become. The decisions we make at that time have a profound effect on the rest of our lives. Sam Gaylord will take us from the foothills of Southern Indiana to the steamy jungl…
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Whispers Of The Waves by A. K. Girisam Did you bunk classes to go to movies, or hang out with friends... or just because you could not push yourself from bed? Did you stay awake at night, desperately reading piled up portions for the next day’s exams, which you neglected for several months? Did you lecture your kids about the value of time, hard wo…
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Whisper of Hope, Cry of Despair by Vicky Bedi This book is the autobiography of the author. It began, however, as a biography of the author's mother who allowed Vicky to write about American society in the mid-to-late twentieth century; experiences of Slavic, French, and East Indian immigrants at the United States around the turn of the twentieth c…
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The Duke Legacy by D.W. Duke Washington Duke is very young when he first realizes there is racial discrimination in the South. Living outside of Hillsboro, North Carolina, in the mid-1820s, he is one of ten children in a family that shares the wilderness with bears, rattlesnakes, and mountain lions. Washington learns about the world around him from…
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Tears of an Assassin by DJ Power Jim Coleman has no idea what to do with his life. He joins the Marine Corps in 1962 on a whim. He makes history by making the perfect shot at Parris Island. Jim has become the only marine ever to accomplish this feat. This will unknowingly change his life in the marines forever. He meets a naval officer, Commander F…
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My Spirituality of Nature: Self Discovery; The Relatedness of Spirituality & Nature In Your Life by Morreece Elaine Cook My life has grown in wholeness with the writing of this book. God shows me more every day about how to connect with my "spirituality of nature." This concept reveals how my spirit (my "core") connects with all of nature--earth (a…
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Radioactive Era of Change: We The Kindred by Isaiah Lopez A meteor has left the world forever changed. People within the blast zone have amassed incredible powers. The land is left quarantined from America. One such man awakens with a new power and a missing arm. As he copes with this changed world, he bonds with new allies and reunites with old fr…
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My Cemetery Friends: A Garden of Encounters at Mount Saint Mary in Queens, New York by Vincent J. Tomeo My Cemetery Friends honors our families, friends, our military, the forgotten, and the unnamed. We sing their praise while celebrating life, nature, humanity, and compassion, all in search of peace. Stroll with the author through a living museum …
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Claim Victory Over Brain Fog & Support Brain Health… at Any Age with Susan Smith Jones, PhD While we might not be able to be in control of all aspects concerning our personal brain health since genetics are involved, we can certainly choose which foods to eat and which to eschew to help maximize our brains’ abilities well into old age, as well as t…
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A New Beginning, Maybe? by Xiomara Rodriquez A New Beginning, Maybe? is a fast-moving crime drama and is the 3rd installment of the adventures of the crime-solving team of twin sisters, Captain Jane Sparks of the SFPD and Special Agent Fran Morris of the FBI. This book takes the sisters into the world of stolen art and antiquities, that takes them …
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Poetry at its Best by David Vanderburg 1. The United States Flag to represent that the U.S. of America is a great country. 2. The Okla. State to represent that Okla. Is a great state and to remind us that U.S.A. and Okla. Bonded together as one for OKLAHOMA during the crisis of the Alfred P. Murrah Building. 3. The HEART to represent that this is t…
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My Covid-19 Diary: Practical Tips and Scriptures for Improbable Times from an American Doctor by Theresa Y. Wee M.D. In 2020, COVID-19 became a worldwide pandemic. With forced shutdowns, Dr. Theresa Wee began to connect through social media with daily blogs. These blogs included practical advice on getting through this unprecedented time from her m…
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Sherwood by Bette Hurst When 15-year-old Colleen Reilly becomes a patient in Sherwood TB Sanitarium in December, 1945, she leaves behind a life of orderly transition from student to adulthood. At Sherwood, she finds that there are two kinds of people- those who play by the rules and those who rebel against them. She finds herself falling into the g…
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Women Telling Our Story: Baring Our Soul From Behind the Wall by Mae Dixon "Women Telling Our Story - Baring our Soul from Behind the Wall " is a compilation of stories told by incarcerated women as they begin the process of healing. These women could be any one of us except they lost their way mentally, physically, emotionally, or spiritually. The…
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Matriarch And World War III: A 9/11 Incursion - Internal State Terrorism in Australia by Daisy Snow In addition to what the author, Daisy Snow, revealed in her interview last year about her 1st encounter with the UFO Alien, Itt, her findings have become more important than ever because, as said, the American government has advised the world that fl…
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The Day My Life Changed: An Accident Survivor by Linda Crosby featuring Roy Crosby The moving true story of Linda Crosby, an accident survivor who was left permanently and totally disabled, and Roy Crosby, her devoted husband and caregiver, The Day My Life Changed: (An Accident Survivor) offers a glimpse into the lives of an everyday couple whose l…
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LIVE ON PURPOSE: How to Find Your Inner Peace to Fulfill Your Life’s Purpose by Peninnah M. Kako, Ph.D God's desire is that you live your life on purpose, to do what God purposed you to do. Believe and know that God is with you right now, and that He has the best plans for your life. You will discover the secret of attaining peace with God, even in…
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Art with a Story: Original Paintings. Original Fiction by John Nieman This is a book of original art and original flash fiction (3 pages or less) The stories can be amusing, enticing, romantic, or shocking. Fun to read…especially for American’s busy culture. You can read some stories on the train, in bed, and airplane or anywhere. After college, I …
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Words to Enhance the Soul” by Yvonne E. Brown In a society where certain thinking or expressions can be viewed as a taboo, this book dares to show us how we can reflect on our experiences, whether in dreams or reality. Yvonne hopes that her writing will have an indelible impact on our lives from the wonderment of the words that are written. Yvonne …
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Cora: An All Alone Girl by Elaine Vanderberg Cora, a very intelligent young lady feels trap because of her family life being poor. She has no father and she has a poor mother. Searching for ways to escape she found her self and her hopes through books. Will Cora finds her greatest escape and have a good future? Elaine has always enjoyed reading boo…
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Worthy: From Cornfields to Corner Office of Microsoft, Stories of Overcoming by Jane Boulware WORTHY's relatable stories will make you snort, sob, cheer and rethink what's possible. Jane Boulware shares failures and successes from dirt-poor Iowa field worker to corner-office Microsoft executive. Too scrappy to fail, too stubborn to give up and too …
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Egonomics 101: The Awakening Has Begun Within or Without You BY Tommy Joe Laux This book is about Tommy Joe Laux's near-death experience and the message of honesty from the Great Spirit of Life. His NDE happened in 2008, and it has taken him almost twelve years of research into psychology, politics, and religion to understand what he was exposed to…
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The Angels Were Amazed by Mihai Oara Human history has had many mysterious episodes for which there is no easy explanation. Why did the magi decide to take a long and dangerous journey, all the way from Persia to Jerusalem, to bring gifts to a supposed future king? What about the Chi-Rho sign in the sky that encouraged Constantine's soldiers to fig…
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The Power of Prayer in It's Working: Things Most People Do Not Know About Prayer by Walton Weaver What in the world is God REALLY doing, and HOW is he doing it? Prayer is one of the most powerful ways to find hope and inner peace. The Power of Prayer in It’s Working is a wonderfully written devotional book that will encourage you to reflect on your…
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The Power of Imperfect Parents: Practical tools to parent your child with disabilities by Lynda Drake Author Lynda Drake shares a toolkit for parents of children with disabilities. It aims to teach kids about handling money and food. It also helps deal with disappointments, failures, extreme behaviors, and more. Lynda shares her experiences raising…
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As I Walk In the Heart of God by Terry Buhecker Struggles in life are fierce; the battle to overcome fears and shortcomings is in the Lord. Struggles turned us to our Lord. I wrote down my feelings on earth and God's thoughts like incense rising to heaven. My desperate prayer: our Lord and his Father would turn into power and faith, revealing to me…
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The Life and Times of Walter Reuther: An Unfinished Liberal Legacy by James Ten Eyck The Life and Times of Walter Reuther recounts the events and social movements that have shaped modern America and the role Walter Reuther played in many of them. For over thirty years Reuther and his United Automobile Workers Union were in the vanguard of voices ad…
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From The Magical Island of Jo-Pa: Dragon Dee and The Fireman by Joseph Padilla This children's story focuses on a green dragon named Dragon Dee, who lives on a Magical Island and wants to find a job to help him purchase healthy food to eat. He finds a job as a fireman and comes to learn characteristics about himself he didn't know he had. The schoo…
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My Alaska! by Nancy Lee An adventure from the get go, it contains Nancy's earliest memories of Alaska and the 1964 9.2 Good Friday earthquake. Her stories are inspirational and heartfelt, humorous and gripping. All true situations add faith to the faithful and hope to the hopeless. This book gives the reader a good taste of the Alaskan life as it w…
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Your Word is a Lamp to My Feet: Panorama of the Bible by Joseph Mondesir Joseph MONDÉSIR is from Fonds des Nègres (Haiti). He did not have the chance to grow up in a Christian environment. However, from his conversion, he took the Lord and the ministry very seriously, for already thirty years. He is an evangelist and pastor. He has contributed with…
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The Devil Disguised as Covid-19 Tried to Kill Me, but Thank God, Jesus Healed Me! by Sheila J. Brooks Hopefully, this book will be the closest that ANY reader will get to an experience with COVID-19. This book will place you inside of the very grip of death as it exists inside of a COVID-19 reclusive medical ward! This book will take you from the v…
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How I Made It Through by Pastor Parthenia A. Stegall We all have a path that we must walk in life that leads to an expected end. In this walk of life when we overcome situations, we are expected to share our testimony so that others may know how we overcame them. In doing so, it encourages others to keep going. Revelation 12:11 says, "They triumphe…
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Tomorrow, Again by Justin Andrew Wild If you took a blank calendar and looked at it month by month, would each month hold a special, life-changing anniversary? Could you fill the calendar with events which have shaped you and stood out, or would it be filled with blanks? Do you seek a life where you create more meaningful moments which can become i…
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DISCOVERING ONE'S PURPOSE by Dr. James A. Gordon This beautiful world of ours was created by God for His divine purpose and is filled with such great beauty and uniqueness. Man, God’s masterpiece, has such a wonderful ability and the potential to capitalize on his full purpose. Without purpose, life is empty and meaningless. I have come to the unde…
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SEASONS OF THE SOUL: 38 LYRIC POEMS by Beverley Manley Named Moonflower, "one who blooms in the darkness," by an Acoma Pueblo tribal elder in the 1960s, Manley's 38 poems burst forth with love, resiliency, and sheer joy. Playful, yet poignant, the author's skill with the written word pulls you in and holds you until the very end. Beverley Manley li…
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How It All Ends! (White Horse Series) by Richard Ruhling An increasing number of people are wondering, Are we getting to the biblical end-times? The answer is YES, but most people do not know that Muslims will precipitate it as seen in Christ's warning for Jerusalem. We can expect the war against Israel to escalate with Jerusalem taken as Zechariah…
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To the Nth Degree: Genesis through Revelation by Marjorie Gray Do you wonder at The Bible's timeless, worldwide appeal? Why do more and more people rely on this holy book of books for daily soul vitality? How does God's Word keep coming alive in the unified message of these ancient writings? Consider this your invitation to a poetic journey through…
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The Last Padilla Standing by Joseph N. Padilla The Last Padilla Standing is a look back in time, my journey through the years as told by me. Through memories and story's passed down through generations. The good times and the bad, But my family always seemed to prevail. This story will live on through my pages for future relatives. I am the last Ma…
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Where Are Cocoa Puff's Treats? by Jeanne Cornish and Melissa Pottberg Cocoa Puff, a little Chihuahua puppy, loves to save each and every treat that is given to her. Her friend Sassy Sweet, a mischievous Yorkie, eats her treat as soon as she is given one. Find out what happens when Cocoa Puff wakes up one day to find her treats have suddenly disappe…
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The Raid: More Than A Body Ought To Bear by Robert J. Rosenbaum When the DEA raids Jake Grummond's dairy in the wee hours of an August morning they find no drugs but they devastate the dairy and turn Jake's wife into a basket case. With little help from the legal system, Jake takes the hunt for who falsely fingered him, into his own hands. County S…
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World of Why by Xavier Yeldell Nostalgia is a fascinating phenomenon. Recognizing certain objects, signals, or sounds is just enough to trigger what once was and what was contained within the circle of an old life. Visiting the affluent city of Weston, Florida, triggers my mind into a perpetual marathon of memories. Family, friendships, love, heart…
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A Death at Christmas And Other Wondrous Events by Artell Smith In this heartfelt story, a young man grapples with the emotional weight of his comatose father during the Christmas season. His life takes an unexpected turn when he starts receiving visits from his father's ghost. Through these encounters filled with love, jokes, and sarcasm, he finds …
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Christmas is Love: #2 of the Magical Forest series by Dawn Harvey Kittle As Beatrix watches her friends skate on the pond, she is sad because she doesn't have any skates. She works to earn them. With Christmas coming she is confronted with a big decision of how to spend her hard-earned money. Charlie Chipmunk and Beatrix's grandmother help her with…
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Claim Your Victory Over a Stressful Lifestyle TODAY SusanSmithJones.com • Twitter @ SusanSmithJones Who is not under stress these days? From concerns about Covid-variants, to inflation, to health and healing issues, to lacking faith and confidence or feeling depressed, to making ends meet each month, to looking older and flabbier by the week, to sq…
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A Faith That Overcomes the World by Eldred C. Marshall III Are you a member of a book club whose book you have never read? The Bible is the best-selling book of all time. It adorns coffee tables and church pews. We swear on it in court and politicians take their oaths of office on it, yet few have actually read the Bible in its entirety and even fe…
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Miracles, Masterpieces, and the Madonna: A Mother's Journey of Faith and Revelation by Prof. Aban P. Kavasmaneck My book is a true story of a mother’s unwavering faith, a journey spanning 35 years and 3 continents, starting with the instantaneous healing of our 5-year-old son from an incurable skin disease, in Lourdes, France in 1988 ABAN KAVASMANE…
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on that Day: A Trilogy by Thomas Fitzhugh Sheets "on that Day" is a trilogy of books written without knowing how it all would end: Book #1: “The Death of The Promise,” Book #2: “The Resurrection of The Promise,” and Book#3: “The Land of The Promise.” The common theme of the trilogy was witnessing the faith of the First-Century Church, as demonstrat…
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ENLISTMENT by Jodi M. Swanson My military career started out as a way for me to grow, to expand my opportunities, and leave my little rural hometown in Wisconsin. Who am I trying to fool? I was a broke farm girl trying to get an education. Everything after that just happened. But you're not here to read my sappy teenage memoirs. You're here to find…
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God Is Proud of Who You Are by Jenni Guzman Bautista God Is Proud of Who You Are, sung to the tune of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star," is a wonderful book for parents and their children that incorporates prayers into song, which works wonders in comforting all lives, both big and small. The pages of this book represent the deep love we feel for our c…
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SOUL LICENSED: TIPS AND TALES by David Tuttle David Tuttle received messages from psychics encouraging him to write spiritually. He created a website in 2012 and years later after further messages, he joined an online bookwriting class offered by psychic medium James Van Praagh. “Soul Licensed: Tips and Tales” was completed 2 years later. Tuttle re…
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