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Comment by Howard Sands on March 3, 2022 at 10:36pm

New release.

Your Kingdom Come, announced by Australian Christian leaders as "... a strategic book of very real significance for these turbulent times." 

The entire Lord's prayer may in fact be far more than we have normally accredited it with, more than a religious liturgy, or request for His involvement and benevolence in our lives but an instruction for the whole of life in fact. This book explores each piece of the Lord's Prayer in this light and comes up with some amazing constructs for living a powerful, God honouring overcoming life and being part of establishing His Kingdom on earth. 

Print and e-book available.


Comment by Kimberly Anne Bell on September 20, 2021 at 8:17am

I am a speaker, minister and author who is open to podcast interviews and radioshows. I try to use my life story and personal experiences to raise awareness as well as empower and inspire others who may have gone through a painful journey in life.

Follow this link to hear my previous interview on BlogTalkRadio

Comment by Dennis AuBuchon on June 26, 2021 at 4:37pm

I will be participating in the largest sale on Smashwords titled Summer/Winter sale running from July 1 - July 31 with various discounts for all of my digital books. below is a link to my profile page listing all of my books

Comment by Howard Sands on December 17, 2019 at 12:36am
How would you like a free copy?
or bulk copies for your church/ministry at discount price. See all the endorsements from leaders around the world. Details in the blog. Click image.
Comment by Deborah Levine on March 31, 2017 at 3:53pm

Religious Diversity at Work

In addition to her own contributions, Deborah Levine has gathered religious expertise representing various traditions in order to assemble authors for what is a most useful manual for organizations dealing with questions of religious diversity in the US American workplace.

The work is not theoretical, but informative and practical, helping its readers to both recognize and manage religious diversity issues which can occur on a day-to-day basis. The “rules of engagement” are set out in the very first chapter and the second offers additional tools in the form of quick reference cards that can add to the longevity and application of the knowledge one gains in this read.

The delicacy of religious beliefs, as well as the heightened sensitivity peculiar to US diversity issues, makes it impossible for employers and managers not to have at least the basic savvy contained in this book. Often religious diversity is ignored until there is a critical incident, badly handled, that is costly to the organization, not just financial terms and time-consuming litigation, but with effects on talent management and the organization’s ability to sustain an environment of goodwill.

Among the handy features of this book are the highlights found at the end of each chapter in bullet point form, making it easy to recall critical content and check that one’s reading was attentive and complete. These highlights are followed by discussion questions that can be used as a part of training or simply as a checkpoint for the retention of important issues. Lastly, following the discussion questions, and even more useful if the book is used as a preparation for or even in a training context, are the several scenarios for discussion. These take the form of live case studies, brief but to the point, that ask the reader or participant to use what has been learned in the chapter to analyze and attempt to resolve situations that could easily occur in the workplace setting.
(Review by Dr. George F. Simons at


“Religious Diversity at Work provides a much-needed perspective of a fundamental, but often over-looked, aspect of today’s healthcare industry. It’s a guide to navigating religious sensitivities and instituting healthcare measures to address religious diversity concerns. Religion encourages us to live the way we say we believe. That premise doesn’t stop at the doors of a hospital, behavioral healthcare facility, emergency transport, or medical provider’s office. Religious diversity awareness should be used to proactively provide equal care by equal practice. Thank you for tackling these issues in ways not generally featured in other references.”

~ Sam Verniero, Planning Commission Board Member at Georgia Dept. of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities

“The book is not only informative, but also thought provoking by asking questions managers and HR professionals will face in our ever evolving work cultures. Religious Diversity at Work allows management to formulate a plan and communication strategies before a disaster!”

~ Melodie Thompson, PHR, SHRM-CP

“Supervisors, managers, executives, and owners will find this book essential for understanding how employees of diverse beliefs can work together with a minimum of friction. While we can’t cure all the ills of the world, we can help ensure that the US workplace is engaged, calm, inclusive, and efficient.”

~ Marc Brenman, Managing Partner, IDARE LLC

Comment by Seven Star Hand on March 15, 2017 at 1:22pm

Hello all,
I have been away for several years delivering proof of what I wrote years ago. Now be prepared to be both amazed and upset.
Return of Prophet Elijah is Proof of Hebrew Prophecy

Comment by Kelli A. Wilkins on August 8, 2015 at 4:08pm

SPECIAL BOOK SALE NEWS Now through August 11th You Can Write—Really! A Beginner’s Guide to Writing Fiction is on sale for $1.99! Have you always wanted to write? Are you looking for an extra boost of motivation? Do you have a great story idea, but don’t know how to develop it? Are you taking (or teaching) a writing class this year? Then THIS is the book for you! You Can Write—Really! is a fun and practical book designed for beginner writers who need a boost of motivation and simple instructions on how to get started. Each easy-to-read chapter is based on my 15 years of experience as a writer, advice I’ve received over the years, and the technical “know-how” I’ve gained in writing classes and workshops. I walk you through the writing process, covering the basics of plotting, editing, revising, and submitting. In addition, I explore ways to get your creativity flowing, explain where authors really get ideas, and show you how to create interesting characters for your story. Also included are helpful tips all writers can use, plus fun writing exercises to get you motivated. Once you have the basics down, you can write—really! If you’re ready to write, order your copy here: Read more about the book and get two free writing tips here:

Comment by Eli Kittim on June 19, 2014 at 12:28pm

Author Kittim has uncovered new information that changes everything we thought we knew about Jesus!

“If we fail to understand the biblical story of Jesus, we will compromise our prophetic interpretations of the end-times. And that's exactly what we've done.”

― Eli Of Kittim, The Little Book of Revelation: The First Coming of Jesus at the End of Days

Comment by Kelli A. Wilkins on April 17, 2014 at 6:06pm



I’m pleased to announce the release of my sixteenth Amber Quill Press romance. Wilderness Bride is a historical romance set in the Michigan Territory and blends love with adventure. This full-length novel was released on April 6 in paperback and various electronic formats. I'm interested in doing a BTR interview.



Wilderness Bride

A woman running from her past…straight into the arms of a wild stranger


In a moment of desperation, Kathleen Stanton flees her pampered life in Kingston, New York and ends up stranded in a small town in the Michigan Territory. Out of money and lacking a means of escape, she impersonates a handsome stranger’s mail-order bride. Kathleen calls herself Michelle and begins living a lie with her “husband,” Luther, in an isolated mountain cabin. She tells herself the arrangement is temporary until she can move on.


Luther can’t believe his luck when his beautiful blonde bride arrives, but something doesn’t feel right about his new wife. She has terrifying nightmares involving a man named Roger and is reluctant to talk about where she came from. But Luther is harboring a secret about his background and fears Michelle will abandon him if she learns the truth about him—and his family.


The couple tries to maintain their rocky relationship as they work to fight brutal townspeople and overcome harsh living conditions. When circumstances force Michelle to stay longer than she expected, she succumbs to her growing attraction and falls in love with Luther. But when they finally give in to their desires and agree to become a proper man and wife, a dark figure from Michelle’s past catches up with her, putting her and Luther in grave danger.



Wilderness Bride is available in ebook and paperback formats. Order your copy here:

Look for it soon on Amazon and B&N!

Comment by James Ross on December 6, 2012 at 7:43pm

A story with INNOCENCE (special needs teens) - GREED (an unethical lawyer) - CORRUPTION (a dishonest court) and SEX (Internet dating) as well as a few laughs and several surprises.

Mark Your Calendar for the PABBY'S SCORE Blitz on 12/12/12 at Amazon online

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