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By James Glenn Reynolds
Americans held their Last Election in 1860 after seventy-one years as one nation state. Secession and separation of two incompatible Ways of Life followed. A great civil war erupted. We are headed again to a Last Election, secession, and separation of two incompatible Ways of Life. The author examines in plain common sense terms the principal factors at work and the hopeless division among our people, comparing current times to the decade of the 1850s, and the fraying of our common thread. Mr. Reynolds concludes with an appeal for Americans to consider a pathway along which different cultures and Ways of Life may walk compatibly on this great continent.
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By Carolyn Long Silvers
In the 1800’s William and Helen moved to Central Wyoming to homestead and start a new life. Helen’s brother, Duncan and his Native American wife join them to assist with building a wonderful house that becomes known as ‘The Grand lady .' Little did they know that ‘The lady’ would develop a life of her own. Five generations live happy, productive lives within ‘The Lady ,' before she is abandoned and left to decay with time. Then, after years of loneliness, revolting events occur that bring her to the reality of the modern world. For all who believe a house has personality and a story to tell, The Lady will entertain you with her chronicle. Set in the beauty of the Wind River Mountains, her narrative include historical events of the beautiful state of Wyoming.
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By BILL HAUSER

Seasons in the Sun is the memoir of a college student/athlete in the mid-1970's. Bill Hauser played quarterback at Ohio's Wittenberg University, one of the top small-college football teams in America, and for one of the most successful coaches in the game. This book takes the reader through the ups and downs of competition and the life-lessons learned from that experience.

But it is not all about football. The author's enjoyment of music of the period is woven throughout the book with popular songs of the time serving as chapter titles.

If you remember the 1970's — the music, the events of the time and the college experience — you should enjoy this book. If you are a fan of college football, particularly small-college football, you likely will enjoy the intimate look at what the game was like in the 70s.

Younger readers might also find the contrast in student life today and back in the 70s interesting and amusing. And the lessons learned and training received on the gridiron are as relevant in the present as they were back then.


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By Susan Richane
Presence is revealed as we enter both outer and inner terrains of a seasonal, personal and spiritual journey. The reflections in this volume make it possible for readers to inhabit the earth, their worlds, their bodies, and their relationships differently. The author’s words create layers of connection, so that readers can view their own lives and a slice of the human story through an evocative and heartfelt lens.
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By Donna LeClair

For author Donna Le Clair, reality are stories carried from generation to generation, but perception can transform when truth is awakened and freed. She penned her story – her reality - as she wept cradled under a bed, but as she listened to the stories of others and acknowledged their visibility, she saw shoulders soften, sighs release and wings soar...and herself, heal.


Waking Reality is a story of life—at its best and worse. A journey possessing strength emanating from a higher source encompassing, determination, belief, forgiveness, and the courage to shed ones childhood and adapt to the realities of the world. As Dinesh H Shah, Team- 2 Leader of Landmark TMLP in Mumbai India,says, "One thinks they live life by forces one can control, but ultimately, reality is governed by a power many might not have any control, especially the innocent children. It is time for everyone to wake-up to reality and face it with divine power, for self and for the people around the world."


Her memoirs stumble down the dark alleys of America and into the invisible lives of the homeless. It rummages through the lonely streets of rejection and into the raw trap of abuse and addiction. Constantly transforming, it travels inside a living breed called family and the ties that bind them, leaving readers spellbound and speechless.


Waking Reality does not lecture, preach or advice – it simply shows visibility to the victim and the accuser while altering stories awakened by the telling of her own. It is about hope and belief, but more importantly, it is about love. Forgiveness is learned and lives understood as this dark tale unravels awareness, enlightenment, and eventual salvation.


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By Shih Yin
NEW AGE/SPIRIUTALITY In this book, Quan Yin, through Shih Yin explains in simple understandable terms what this spiritual journey has been all about. It explains how we as spiritual volunteers descended into this three dimensional denseness while forgetting our connection to Divine Spirit. Upon this Earth we experience the effects of Duality, and eventually find our way back to whence we came. The journey has been difficult, but having finally passed the marker we are now in Ascension status and on our way home. The rate at which one ascends depends on one’s free will and intent. Quan Yin Speaks serves as a reference book, describing in simple detail, not only the work required, but the physical, mental and spiritual changes that one can expect to experience in the path of evolution towards Enlightenment. Although one may not consciously choose the Ascension path, all will experience the inevitable changes. This book will assist you to progress at a rate consistent with the amount of work you choose to invest towards your development. —The Hon. D. Kochi
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By Gordon Davies
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By Maria Wright
This book comprises a collection of Christian poems written especially for those who are suffering. They are short and simple and written honestly from the author's heart.
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By Thelma B. Thompson
Children's Day is a light-hearted story about the power of secure children who are free to love and to be loved, free to ask questions, free to explore the heights of their Imagination, and free to show respect for others. In so doing, these children experience success and happiness .The book acknowledges the complex world of children where family, home, school and friends intersect with the wider world of civic and historical truths to inform their values. Focused on fearless leadership, the story connects to the timeless belief that a "little child can lead".
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By Kristin J. Minuto
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By Joseph F. Dumond

I, Joseph F. Dumond, was born in 1958 and raised a Catholic. In 1978, after graduating from Orangeville High School in Ontario, Canada; I married my high school sweetheart, Barbara. We had our daughter in 1981, our son in 1982 and then later, our third child—another son, in 1990.

In 1982, I first heard Herbert Armstrong teaching about the Sabbath on my car radio late one night on my way to work in Eastern Ontario. A few days later, I heard him again as I left from work. I wrote in to request some material and found myself compelled to prove what he said about the Sabbath wrong. I worked seven days a week as a foreman supervising natural gas pipeline workers. There was no way I could possibly take a day off to attend church on Saturday. But finally, after six months of solid day and night study, I could no longer discount just how clear Yehovah has always been on this matter and that we all should be keeping the Sabbath. I was forced to conclude the seventh day Saturday Sabbath had never changed and that it was the Catholic Church that was to blame for changing the Saturday Sabbath to a Sunday—a counterfeit Sabbath which all Christian churches have continued to observe once the Catholic mold was cast and the heretical dye set.

When Yehovah opened a door, I began to attend the Worldwide Church of God and not long after my first visit, I was told about the Holy Days. It was through those Holy Days—all of which are found in Leviticus 23—that I was able to learn of Yehovah’s divinely inspired plan for mankind and how it was all to come together. For quite some time thereafter, I operated under the mistaken conviction I knew of His plan in full in this regard until I came to understand the Sabbatical Years—both past and future. The last Sabbatical Year was from Aviv (March-April) 2009–Aviv 2010. This was also the first one I had ever kept.

I began to study in earnest each week, while attending church regularly, from that moment forward (from 1982 until 1994). I then had to leave the Worldwide Church of God because, somewhere along the way, they were starting to bear a striking resemblance to the Catholic Church I had already walked away from in 1982. It was also at this time that I was told all I had learned in the World Wide Church of God, was “wrong.”

So, for the next two years I no longer attended any church and went back to working seven days a week. Then, in 1996, as the Holy Days were fast approaching, I felt a deep desire to start keeping the Sabbath and the Holy Days once again. Not having the remotest clue this time where to go or who to turn to, I began to keep the Holy Days myself by venturing out in my car, parking at the end of a dead end road and praying and crying out to Yehovah with all my heart.

During this time, I also had to rethink everything I understood to be true up until that point. I had to do this without using any church literature from any group and without listening to any pre-canned sermons or scholarly lectures. I had to prove the Sabbath by the Bible itself and other credible reference materials—including applicable encyclopedia volumes. It was while I was engaged in this period of intense study that I learned of Noah’s Ark, the Red Sea Crossing, Jabal


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By Kathy Hurt
Waypoints Along the Book Mountains is an historical glimpse of the Little Book Cliff range in western Colorado extending to Utah as the Book Cliffs. People living along this range enjoy watching the sun cast the alpenglow on the cliffs as the sun sets. Ute people, ranchers, settlers even hermits have occupied the cedar, pinion and oak brush-covered slopes. Old and new coal mines dot the mountain from Palisade to Price . The Ute people leaving Colorado at the time of the Meeker Massacre used most of the state for hunting. They also used the numerous hot springs in the mountains for medicinal purposes. Forced to go to the reservation in Utah they are now trying to bridge the gaps with pow-wows at Meeker and Montrose. Traveling to other reservations for the Bear Dance.
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By Ronnie O. Madison
Pain is Love is the first book of five in the Life´s Journey series. This series includes the amazing story poem, Life of a Vixen: The compelling true story of a woman who has had a really hard life, but despite her troubles she keeps moving forward. Pain is Love contains parts one & two of her personal journey. Pain is Love also contains poetry that I hold very close to my heart because most of it is just that; my heart! I hope everyone who reads this will be able to take something away from it, even if it´s simply knowing that you are not alone in the way you feel.
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By Valerie Tregear
This book is compiled of an easy to understand format of the foods and medicinal properties that can be used in a Survival Situation. Covering the more commonly known species, it is illustrated for easy recognition and includes plants, trees, fungi and seashore survival with each section having its own introduction, awareness, and methods of use. The aim of the book is to aid instructors giving Survival Instruction, outdoor enthusiasts, and those who may find themselves in a Survival Situation.
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By La Verne Tolbert, Ph.D.
La Verne Tolbert, author of Keeping Your Kids Sexually Pure, offers solid advice and biblical wisdom for parents, youth workers, teachers, and church workers. In the midst of a society bombarded with sexual messages, Tolbert suggests that "we speak with one voice: sexual experimentation is unacceptable."

Dr. Tolbert has over 25 years experience as an abstinence educator, plus she and her husband have raised a daughter of their own. With lots of stories and examples, she writes in an honest, down-to-earth language every reader will appreciate. This book is a must for parents who long to protect their children.
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