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A Calendar of Jewels By Cathy Brown
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A CALENDAR OF JEWELS is a personal diary depicting lessons in patience and resilience. It is amazing what the scribbles on your old calendars can reveal. But the most valuable benefit of my old... More > calendars has been their revelation of the ways my life has changed over time. If you haven’t already discarded them, consider leafing through some of your own old calendars to see what jewels YOU can discover!< Less
My Golden Plates By Vinny DiGirolamo
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A Personal Journal. Many Latter-day Saints diligently record daily events as they unfold, but occasionally there are faith promoting experiences, intimations of the spirit, dreams, visions, personal... More > revelations, tender mercies or other events worth highlighting for our own benefit and the spiritual benefit of our posterity. My Golden Plates is simply a personal journal designed with a mindset for the more private matters of the heart; a place to record inspirational moments and the testimonies we experience during our sojourn here on earth. When its pages are filled, perhaps like Nephi of old, our words will be used for the instruction of our posterity or other wise purposes known only to God [see 1 Nephi 1:3-4].< Less
Glimpses of a Black Op By Dean Evans
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An analyst in a humdrum business career in London's City. A devious enemy who revels in amusement at the misfortune of others. Chance encounters and events conspire to trigger an increasingly... More > implausible escalation through security operations. What ensues are network activations, system weaknesses, international manoeuvres, ancient theories, revelations of ancestry, introspection to innovation and technologies from the darkest nightmares. The normal and the 'impossible' intertwined in a daily diary file. A book of 125 distinct chapters, many of actual events, many bursting with originality, and yet all intricately woven into a unique connected coalescence of ideas. As one character asserts, 'it is like everything you wanted to know about a Black Op but were afraid to ask'. And from these thousands of observed interactions come the personalities of 'the Department' and the missing factor unraveling Belief, Economics and Nature and the most sinister and serious risk to human rights, and even human evolution.< Less
Breath of Life By Elena Korneeva
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“Breath of Life” is an intimate diary of an unusual person. It is not fiction: all the events and people are as real as life itself. “Breath of Life” opens a whole series of... More > books based on a new understanding of global problems of mankind, the information, which is a revelation and at the same time a mystery of our wonderful world. Reviving our feelings we come closer to understanding ourselves and the processes in our life. The breath of a human life carries us away, opening the door to a new reality of a specialist who developed dozens of unique techniques of recuperation and harmonization of our organism. This is the first time we meet the author as the main character of the book… The scene is mysterious and inconceivable Russia, with its unpredictable character and potential of spiritual and professional growth.< Less
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Fallen Beech By Paul Richard Sully
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Like his revered British Empire, Matthew Dixon's life collapses on the eve of Shanghai's occupation. An ill-fated affair with Judith and general disillusion left him dangerously unprepared for the... More > conflict. His response is homicidal. So much so, his CO removes him from combat duty and assigns him POW duties. Through this, Matthew finds himself influenced by sinister elements of the Nazi philosophy and particularly the twisted mentality of former SS member Lukas Armbrecht. Matthew's story unfolds in a drama to rival his beloved Pagan myth. We perceive it through the discovery of diaries by his grandson. Explaining an eccentric character, his grandfather is revealed as a questionable hero. The revelations turn upside down Jeremy’s own assumptions on his family and leave behind unanswered questions. As the third book in his Tree of Faith series, Sully investigates the influence of Paganism on the WWII conflict.< Less
Fallen Beech By Paul Richard Sully
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Like his revered British Empire, Matthew Dixon's life collapses on the eve of Shanghai's occupation. An ill-fated affair with Judith and general disillusion left him dangerously unprepared for the... More > conflict. His response is homicidal. So much so that his CO removes him from combat duty and assigns him POW duties. Through this, Matthew finds himself influenced by sinister elements of the Nazi philosophy and particularly the twisted mentality of former SS member Lukas Armbrecht. Matthew's story unfolds in a drama to rival his beloved Pagan mythology. We perceive it through the discovery of diaries by his grandson. Explaining an eccentric character, his grandfather is revealed as a questionable hero. The revelations turn upside down Jeremy’s own assumptions on his family and leave behind unanswered questions. As fourth book in his Tree of Faith series, Sully investigates the influence of Paganism on the WWII conflict.< Less
Fallen Beech By Paul Richard Sully
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Like his revered British Empire, Matthew Dixon's life collapses on the eve of Shanghai's occupation. An ill-fated affair with Judith and general disillusion left him dangerously unprepared for the... More > conflict. His response is homicidal. So much so that his CO removes him from combat duty and assigns him POW duties. Through this, Matthew finds himself influenced by sinister elements of the Nazi philosophy and particularly the twisted mentality of former SS member Lukas Armbrecht. Matthew's story unfolds in a drama to rival his beloved Pagan mythology. We perceive it through the discovery of diaries by his grandson. Explaining an eccentric character, his grandfather is revealed as a questionable hero. The revelations turn upside down Jeremy’s own assumptions on his family and leave behind unanswered questions. As fourth book in his Tree of Faith series, Sully investigates the influence of Paganism on the WWII conflict.< Less
The Spiritual Life of Cardinal Merry del Val By Mediatrix Press & Jerome dal Gal
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The illustrious Cardinal Secretary of State of Pope St. Pius X was a saintly man in his interior life with God and his daily life among men. Although revered and admired by all, only after his death... More > was his immense charity and profound humility revealed in its fullness. Cardinal Merry del Val was an aristocrat by birth, a man of culture and great learning, yet his joy and happiness was to be among the poor and lowly. His great desire was to work for souls. “Give me souls; take away all else” was the constant plea he voiced to God throughout his life, and these were the only words he wished to have on his tomb besides his name. This book reveals the hidden depths of spirituality which strengthened him and perfected him in his quest for perfection and union with God. The testimonies of those who knew him, his letters of direction to souls, his diaries and personal notes are woven into a profoundly stirring revelation of a soul completely dedicated to God.< Less
honey and vinegar and a little something in between By janis nicole townsend
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Poetry book on love, loss, pain, optimism, and everything in between. This book is a piece of me, a glimpse into my heart, my mind. It is a skim thru my diary, if you may. I am giving you more than... More > I've given those who have been next to me in bed. The truth. Unadulterated... Unapologetic. And that is the true accomplishment I feel in my work. That's what I would hope people grasp.... The way I've pushed my heart out for all to see. Thank you for taking the time to join me in my journey. The 20's are hell, right? Nah, I can't say it was all hell. I must say, I enjoyed many of these moments. Even the pain--to be honest... I do love to revel in self-pity sometimes. I think, in some ways, pain defined me, gave me a purpose and meaning. But, now I am in a new place with new worries and new joys, feel free to take the journey with me...< Less

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