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Weathering Difficult Storms with God
Weathering Difficult Storms with God
3/22/2017 3:26:55 AM
Life is no piece of cake. Apart from successes and celebrations, living in this world also comes with failures and sufferings. Sandra Lott’s Ride the Wind is a motivational piece of fiction that inspires readers to rise up from challenging times.
Family Comes First: A Story of a Sister’s Sacrifice to Care for Her Mentally Ill Brother
Family Comes First: A Story of a Sister’s Sacrifice to Care for Her Mentally Ill Brother
3/22/2017 2:46:55 AM
A single phone call had irrevocably changed the life of Rosalie Contino, retired teacher, author, and costume designer. She narrates the events leading to that phone call from her brother’s boss, and how it changed her life in her book, As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesn’t Want to Have to Learn.
A Daughter’s Search for Love Creates a Book of Empowerment
A Daughter’s Search for Love Creates a Book of Empowerment
3/22/2017 2:17:18 AM
LitFire Publishing had recently featured Shirley Jordan’s book entitled Loved but Unwanted: The Power behind the Story at the London Book Fair 2017 from March 14 to 16.
A Powerful Message of Addressing Life’s Most Difficult Moments
A Powerful Message of Addressing Life’s Most Difficult Moments
3/22/2017 12:35:36 AM
A powerful book of healing through the mind entitled Exit Stage Left: From Suicidal to Imaginative Thinking Moving Forward with a Healthy Mind ended up being featured in London Book Fair, one of the biggest and most anticipated book events this year which ran from March 14 to 16.
Changing the World of Wrestling: Moving Account of Fritz Von Erich’s Legacy
Changing the World of Wrestling: Moving Account of Fritz Von Erich’s Legacy
3/21/2017 10:54:58 PM
Fritz Von Erich: Master of the Iron Claw details the life of the professional wrestler Fritz Von Erich. The author, Ron Mullinax, explores both radiant victories and tragedies as told by Jack Adkisson a.k.a.
The Journey to Finding Purpose
The Journey to Finding Purpose
3/21/2017 8:45:18 PM
LitFire Publishing is a fast-growing self-publishing company that caters to brilliant authors and also an avid participant of London Book Fair. For this year, one of the books they featured was Mary E.
For Former Agnostic, It Takes Travel Experiences to Prompt A Return To Faith
For Former Agnostic, It Takes Travel Experiences to Prompt A Return To Faith
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
The creeping agnosticism of her home state pushed her to leave the Christian faith. Her supernatural encounters while abroad caused a change of heart.
Spy Novel Triggers Reminiscence of Soviet Union’s Response to Information Age
Spy Novel Triggers Reminiscence of Soviet Union’s Response to Information Age
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
Anyone who has read Mark Hanson’s explosive spy thriller “The Silicon War” (Xlibris, 2016) is impressed over the book’s interesting technical take on the Cold War.
Sci-Fi Novel Casts Organized Religion as Villain
Sci-Fi Novel Casts Organized Religion as Villain
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
Some science fiction has a love-hate relationship with religion, particularly Christianity. There are sci-fi books that are friendly towards the faith while others express hostility towards religious fanatics.
Ex-Ski Bum Releases First Fiction Book Inspired by Own Dreams
Ex-Ski Bum Releases First Fiction Book Inspired by Own Dreams
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
Former technical writer Richard Malmros spent a significant part of his life in ski towns, beach villages, and elsewhere he could find work and, at the same time, pursue his passions.
Author David L. Ray Shared His Vietnam War Experiences in His Book “A Marine’s Promise To God”
Author David L. Ray Shared His Vietnam War Experiences in His Book “A Marine’s Promise To God”
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
David L. Ray tells his story from an honest, no-frills perspective, describing the torturous living conditions for all the soldiers on the ground as they fought in the jungles of Vietnam.
Poet Critiques Global Upheaval through Poetry in Latest Book
Poet Critiques Global Upheaval through Poetry in Latest Book
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
Two-time Poet of The Year Philip Vincent Hermida pays meticulous attention to detail, and through his courage and wit dispenses his unique take on social commentary.
How Do You Deal With The Supernatural? One Woman Bares Experience in Book
How Do You Deal With The Supernatural? One Woman Bares Experience in Book
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
Montana native Nancy L. Briggs never desired supernatural encounters with angels, ghosts, UFOs, divine visions, etc., but they all just come to her. Initially receiving them into her daily life with apprehension, she later learned how to make the most out of those encounters.
North Carolina Author’s Novel Offers More Than Heart-breaking Drama
North Carolina Author’s Novel Offers More Than Heart-breaking Drama
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
Margaret Garrison’s first novel “Prez: A Story of Love” (Abbott Press, 2014) deals with romance, family devotion, and spiritual grace, all of which are interwoven throughout the plot that involves a female university chancellor (nicknamed “Prez” by one of the characters), who battles a critical illness and daunting personal and workplace issues.
Church Worker Teaches about Eternal Life through Book
Church Worker Teaches about Eternal Life through Book
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
The adage “One thing leads to another” holds true for Zadia Brown Tyson, a devout Baptist church worker in the Sunshine State. While removing weeds in her backyard in preparation for a family reunion, she could not help but notice the grass and the weeds continue to grow together.
English Teacher’s Memoir Highlights Importance of Arts and Humanities
English Teacher’s Memoir Highlights Importance of Arts and Humanities
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
Most teaching aspirants will have chosen an academic field by the time of their graduation or apprenticeship. Not Joe Gilliland, former college instructor of literature and arts and author of the deeply personal “A Teacher’s Tale: A Memoir,” a narrative of his love of the university and of his philosophy of education based on the importance of arts and humanities.
Biography Provides Peek into Architecture Patron’s Life as a Christian
Biography Provides Peek into Architecture Patron’s Life as a Christian
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
Columbus, Ohio is a relatively small city with a big reputation, thanks to the generosity of one man, J. Irwin Miller. An industrialist and patron of architecture, he was, foremost, a Christian lay leader.
Contemporary Fable Offers Adults Reflections on Modern Life
Contemporary Fable Offers Adults Reflections on Modern Life
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
Adults will face a rude but much-needed awakening should they flip the pages of the contemporary fable titled “Hector: At Ground Level, A Very Simple Love Story,” a book they must read to (re)gain their life’s direction, contentment and satisfaction (if there are any).
Thriller Novel Shows Potential as a Movie and TV Series
Thriller Novel Shows Potential as a Movie and TV Series
3/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
Freelance writer and journalist Elsa Bonstein released her first novel “Find Edsell!” (Abbott Press, 2014) to critical acclaim.   The thriller gets the readers to feel the serene Pine Barrens with its introduction and vivid imagery of the heavily forested area in South Jersey.
A Book on Healing and Miracles Featured in ALA 2017 Midwinter Meeting and Exhibits
A Book on Healing and Miracles Featured in ALA 2017 Midwinter Meeting and Exhibits
3/21/2017 3:53:02 AM
A ceramics artisan’s inspiring story was one of LitFire Publishing’s featured books in the highly participated regional event of the American Library Association last January 20 to 24 of this year.