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Dig the Zone of Freedom

by Amanda Adams

"Dig the Zone of Freedom" is a one-of-a-kind Christian musical. Immense in its scope and vision, "Dig the Zone of Freedom" by Richard Byrne is a unique work with music woven in. Based around the adventures of the staff and residents at a... Read More

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Driller

by Claire Foster

A mix of fantasy and the familiar, "Driller" rides a nightmarish edge to create a vivid, often frightening world of extremes. “Water, water, every where, / Nor any drop to drink,” penned poet Samuel Coleridge. Nobody knows the... Read More

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Strike a Poser

by Jill Allen

Those looking for a quick satirical con caper laced with relationship drama will enjoy this romp. Dylan Edward Asher’s "Strike a Poser" is a successful combination of crime caper, humor, and social satire, as it simultaneously spoofs... Read More

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Start Here Now

by Kristine Morris

Newbies to meditation couldn’t ask for a better guide to the practice than Susan Piver. The best-selling author of many books, including How Not to be Afraid of Your Own Life, The Quiet Mind, and The Hard Questions, has been practicing... Read More

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Japanese Literature

by Josh Cook

Marcus offers sundry lessons and incites a new appreciation for Japan’s culture, history, and literature. “Compared with its ubiquitous commercial products,” Marvin Marcus writes, “the literature of Japan is little... Read More

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Rage of Gressevia

by Allyce Amidon

Rayne is the son of the only blacksmith in Gressevia who can forge magic weapons for King Midas. He’s grown up hearing the story of Midas’s rise to power—his indiscriminate slaughter of the magical creatures who once preyed on... Read More

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Everyone Belongs to God

by Jeff Friend

This century-old advice to a missionary remains timely today. "Everyone Belongs to God" is a thought-provoking compilation of letters written by German Lutheran pastor Christoph Blumhardt (1842-1919) to his son-in-law Richard Wilhelm as... Read More

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