Monday Nov 18
Louis Diedricks Releases 'The Day of the Lord, Second Edition'
In "The Day of the Lord, Second Edition: An Exegesis of the Book of Revelation and Other Apocalyptic Scripture" , author Louis Diedricks' new Christian theological text , readers are treated to Diedricks' reflections on current events as they relate to the day of the Lord.
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Author K.R. Lugo Unveils a Mind-Blowing Mystery Thriller in New Fiction
Society is in a complete shambles, leaving behind a bloodthirsty world that practically worships pain and suffering.
Clarke Wallace Pens New Mystery HARVEST
On a trip to France, Clarke Wallace bumped into a nice French woman and ended up having dinner and sharing a kiss on the cheek before she left from his life forever.
Health-Care Reform Book Assigns Blame For High Health Care Costs in Us
"The current system of health care delivery in the United States is seriously flawed," says author Ashraf A. Hilmy, M.D. "No other country in the world spends so much on health care and has so little to show for it."
Ingeborg E. Ryals Releases the Tears of War
"The Tears of War" , a new memoir by World War II survivor Ingeborg E. Ryals, reveals the oppression and torment suffered by German citizens in the wake of the fall of the Third Reich.
Sun-Hae Kim Releases 'Among Hibiscus and Roses'
In "Among Hibiscus and Roses: A Retired Nurse's Memoir" , author Sun-Hae Kim regales readers with stories about the challenges of being an army nurse, and the fun times she had with her fellow nurses.
Monique Antoinette Returns With 'The Truth Is?'
Author Monique Antionette's new book of poetry "The Truth Is..." is verse, as she says, "straight from my soul in hopes to make me whole and helps to others better to weather storms in their lives".