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Another Son

by Jeremiah Rood

"Another Son" is a spiritual parable that connects complicated questions with the lives of ordinary people. Kurtis Bell’s quirky modern parable "Another Son" mixes religious ideas with scientific thinking. The story takes a parabolic... Read More

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Loser's Road

by Hannah Williams

Loser’s Road is an engaging work of fiction about growth, second chances, and one man’s ability to grow and change for the better. Kalan Chapman Lloyd’s spiritually uplifting romance Loser’s Road is about a man who comes to find... Read More

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The Equilibrist

by Katie Asher

Erasmus Cromwell-Smith II’s "The Equilibrist" is a touching collection that weaves poems into a man’s life story for a tangible example of the healing power of poetry. Erasmus Cromwell-Smith II’s "The Equilibrist" is a uniquely... Read More

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Wake Up and Roar

by Kristine Morris

Papaji’s teachings shine a light on barriers to enlightenment and encourage leaping beyond them. "Wake Up and Roar" is Eli Jaxon-Bear’s compilation of the teachings of Sri H. W. L. Poonja instructions on shattering illusions,... Read More

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Barleycorn

by Katerie Prior

"Barleycorn" is a compelling tale with a fresh perspective on God and religion. Questions around the nature of God, humanity, and faith sprout and grow in Harold Auckridge’s surreal novel "Barleycorn". Barleycorn and Mustard Seed are... Read More

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Ten Directions

by John M. Murray

Both bold and surprisingly light, "Ten Directions" is a thoughtful exploration of what it means to be human. Blending science fiction, philosophy, religion, science, and morality, Samuel Winburn’s engaging "Ten Directions" offers Earth... Read More

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The Dreaming Road

by Jessie Horness

"The Dreaming Road" is a lovely tale about loss, healing, and what it means to be human. Elizabeth Moore’s "The Dreaming Road" is an autobiographically inspired novel of a mother’s journey after her young daughter’s suicide. It... Read More

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The Slave

by Paige Van De Winkle

"The Slave" is a compact self-help book with exceptional accessibility and a profundity that encourages repeat reads. "The Slave" by Anand Dílvar deftly combines a fictional narrative with inspiring philosophy and advice, resulting in a... Read More

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