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Seasons Along The Way By John Cowart, editor & Barbara White,
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E-BOOK EDITION: For 15 years award-winning journalist Barbara White wrote Along The Way, a weekly column for the Florida Times-Union newspaper, chronicling her personal spiritual journey — 15... More > Easters, 15 Mothers’ Days, 15 Thanksgivings, 15 Advents, 15 Lents, 15 Fourth of Julys, etc. Each column was to be read as a stand-alone piece, therefore they retain a timeless quality. This book collects samples of these outstanding columns related to various holiday seasons as well as a generous sample of columns related to the fun, faith and frustrations Mrs. White experienced in her daily adventures Along The Way. This is the third book in Barbara White’s Along The Way series. —jwc< Less
Along The Way By Barbara White & John Cowart, editor
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E-BOOK EDITION: This is the first book in a series by award-winning columnist Barbara White, who describes herself as an insignificant person following a magnificent Savior; a weak person following a... More > powerful God; a pilgrim following the road Home. She admits being a sinful person on the receiving end of incredible grace. She says, “I write about trying to live the Christian life and failing and trying again”. Her modest yet strong newspaper columns influenced thousands of readers as they followed her struggles and joys along the way; in her spiritual journey, they see their own. Readers from all walks of life and every religious persuasion identify with the transparent reality of her life and writing as they seek their own spiritual depth. Join her in her journey along the way; she’s headed toward someplace we all want to go.< Less
Barbara White's Prayer Diary By John Cowart (Editor)
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E-Book Edition In PDF Format—Newspaper editor Barbara White won awards for her inspirational religious columns which have been collected in five devotional books. She also recorded her private... More > prayers and meditations for 35 years in her diaries. Looking at Barbara you think of a white-haired, shy, little old lady sipping tea in the bishop’s garden. And you’re right. That’s what she looked like. Yet her diary entries, and those of her friend and book editor John Cowart, reveal her hellacious family situation which involved alcoholism, drug abuse, prison sentences, broken bones, extortion, armed robbery, church squabbles, and a Coast Guard helicopter search. Yet in the midst of such intense tragedy, family trouble, and heartache, Barbara’s diaries show her daily secrets of walking with God in peace.< Less
My Dissent: From First to Last By Lou O'Malley
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Columns from the Green Bay Press-Gazette published posthumously for readers who miss his wisdom and humor. A collection of newspaper columns typically O'Malley. Colorful. Blunt. Reflective.... More > Humorous. Eloquent in explaining why life had been good to him. Lou earned graduate degrees in education from Harvard and in law from Marquette University. He worked in construction, served as a U.S. Marine, was a teacher, principal, and ran for public office. For 11 years he had a weekly opinion column. With his wife of 44 years, he lived in a homeless shelter as a social justice advocate, and was beginning a new career as a poverty lawyer and mediator when cancer ended his life. http://www.TheNextStepPublications.com/< Less
Thoughts At Large By Rod Ice
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Thoughts At Large is a collection of columns originally published in The Geauga County Maple Leaf newspaper of northeastern Ohio. TAL covers literally every area of subject matter, including... More > religion, politics, music, history, pop culture, food, and adult beverages. The series began in February of 1998 as a letter to erstwhile Editor-In-Chief Don Buchanan. After a local college student composed a satirical feature criticizing the grocery business, Ice responded with his own positive view of the same topic. Favorable reader reaction moved Buchanan to ask for more material from the author. And a new tradition was born on the Northcoast! Ice is a former cartoonist, bicycle stuntman, retail manager, TV-show host, musician, sports editor, public speaker, and department-store janitor. He began writing at the age of ten, in Lynchburg, Virginia. His adventure as a professional writer began a decade later. Current Editor-In-Chief John Karlovec has continued to support for TAL as an integral part of the newspaper.< Less
Thoughts At Large By Rod Ice
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Thoughts At Large is a collection of columns originally published in The Geauga County Maple Leaf newspaper of northeastern Ohio. TAL covers literally every area of subject matter, including... More > religion, politics, music, history, pop culture, food, and adult beverages. The series began in February of 1998 as a letter to erstwhile Editor-In-Chief Don Buchanan. After a local college student composed a satirical feature criticizing the grocery business, Ice responded with his own positive view of the same topic. Favorable reader reaction moved Buchanan to ask for more material from the author. And a new tradition was born on the Northcoast! Ice is a former cartoonist, bicycle stuntman, retail manager, TV-show host, musician, sports editor, public speaker, and department-store janitor. He began writing at the age of ten, in Lynchburg, Virginia. His adventure as a professional writer began a decade later. Current Editor-In-Chief John Karlovec has continued to support for TAL as an integral part of the newspaper.< Less
No One Asked Me But... Volume 3 2010 By Dr. Larry Moses
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This book is a collection of columns that appeared in the Moapa Valley Progress a small rural newspaper printed in Southern Nevada. The columns are sometimes political, sometimes humorous but always... More > entertaining.< Less
The Best of As You Like It By Joan Florek Schottenfeld
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Over the last dozen years Joan Florek Schottenfeld has delighted her readers with her view of the world in over 500 “As You Like It” columns published the Canton Citizen, the town... More > newspaper of Canton, Massachusetts. Her words have evoked laughter, tears, concern and, of course, love. Her experiences are uniquely her own yet reflective of all of our individual experiences. "The Best of As You Like It" is a collection of those columns that stand head and shoulders above the others. They highlight Joan's creativity, wit, memory, eye for the unusual and skill.< Less
Stories/Musings Paperback Nov. 2013 By Trudy Trafton
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Trudy Trafton was a columnist for the El Paso Times and one of the first German war brides to arrive in the U.S. after WWII. In the first part of the book, "Stories From My Life," she tells... More > her story of growing up in Germany, surviving The Great War and moving to a new country. The second part collects her articles, which she called "Musings" published in the El Paso Times newspaper Senior Living section between 2001 and her death in 2009. There are also stories here about her written by her editor and son, Fred Trafton.< Less
GOING WILD WITH FORDA BIRDS 3: 1990-1999 By John Andreoni
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A collection of Forda Bird newspaper columns from the 1990s with present-day introductions.

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