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Gentle Annie

by Gabriela Worrel

"Gentle Annie" is a fictional story set in Australia that recounts the experiences of a spiritual being sent to earth by the Master Dreamer to help the world. She lives through three lifetimes on earth, beginning in an ancient northern... Read More

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All Points North

by Gabriela Worrel

In "All Points North", author Shelby R. Lee presents thirteen short stories in a stream-of-consciousness style employed by Faulkner and other southern writers. The author dives headlong into the psychology of the human experience in an... Read More

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The Body Politic

by Gabriela Worrel

Historians will agree that ‘progress’ is as American as apple pie. What constitutes progress, of course, is always a point of contention. In "The Body Politic", Jonathan D. Moreno examines the attitudes Americans hold about modern... Read More

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My First Ladies

by Gabriela Worrel

Nancy Clarke reveals a treasured glimpse into the social life of the White House in "My First Ladies". With help from Christine Matheson, she recounts thirty years of experience arranging flowers there. As chief floral designer, Clarke... Read More

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A Love Story

by Gabriela Worrel

Samantha Ryan Chandler is no stranger to life’s difficulties. In her book, A Love Story: How God Pursued Me and Found Me, she imparts her story of divine support and revelation throughout many years of turmoil, abuse, heartache, and... Read More

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Montooth 2

by Gabriela Worrel

In Montooth 2: Race for the Ryland Ruby, Robert Jay continues the saga of four teenage adventurers and a few other main characters from the first book in the series. Montooth and the Canfield Witch, Jay’s debut novel, was a huge... Read More

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