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My Little Book Of Morning Prayers – Shirley Mandel Satterfield
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My Little Book Of Morning Prayers – Shirley Mandel Satterfield

AUTHOR:  SHIRLEY MANDEL SATTERFIELD GENRE:  CHRISTIAN, RELIGIOUS   BOOK REVIEW:  “My Little Book of Morning Prayers”, written by Shirley Mandel Satterfield is a true insight of how her own book of morning prayers she created, is a true insight of how these prayers reflect her deep spiritual guidance throughout each day. Reading  “My Little Book of Morning Prayers”, will…

The Shadowy World of the Poor – Shirley Mandel Satterfield
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The Shadowy World of the Poor – Shirley Mandel Satterfield

GENRE:  Biography Author: Shirley Mandel Satterfield REVIEW:  The Shadowy Word of the Poor:  Memories of my Friends at the Rescue Mission, by Shirley Mandel Satterfield is a candid look at worshipping at a poor store-front mission in a small southern town.  This book outlines with great care and compassion the many people Mandel met while worshipping at this Mission….

Torn Between Two Worlds: Material and Ethereal – Shawn T Murphy
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Torn Between Two Worlds: Material and Ethereal – Shawn T Murphy

This is the third and final battle. Even with all the knowledge and wisdom we have gained, every day we make choices between the material world and the ethereal world – choices between our ego or our true selves. Underpinning these personal choices are two ethereal destinations that are actively courting us. One of these destinations offers material rewards for its loyalty while the other offers spiritual rewards. This final book will shed light onto the masters of these two destinations and the characteristics of their servants. …

Winners and Losers – Steven Arnett
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Winners and Losers – Steven Arnett

Set in a small southern Michigan city in the early 90s, Winners and Losers is a rollicking dark comedy starring Tom Slotrak, a young man who wins the jackpot in the Michigan Lottery and the crazy and (sometimes) adventures he has afterward. He learns the hard way that money can’t buy happiness but that it sure can lead to some very funny and bizarre experiences!

Death on Lake Michigan – Steven Arnett
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Death on Lake Michigan – Steven Arnett

Death on Lake Michigan is a mystery set in a glamorous town on the shore of Lake Michigan in the summer of ’73. Mike O’Brien, once the crusading editor of the Michigan State News, now the assistant editor of the Gull Haven Observer, becomes obsessed with solving the murder of Rich Mallon, one of the most notorious and well-known summer citizens of Gull Haven—and finds love in the process.

The Summer of Robert Byron – Steven Arnett
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The Summer of Robert Byron – Steven Arnett

It’s fall 1966, and Robert Byron has returned to his home town of Blue Spring in Michigan after serving in Vietnam. Everyone there tries to welcome him home, but he’s unsocial and ends up alienating almost everyone. He pretty much keeps to himself through the winter, until the money he’d saved up in Vietnam runs outs, and he has to go back to work……

Torn Between Two Worlds – Science and Religion – Shawn T Murphy
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Torn Between Two Worlds – Science and Religion – Shawn T Murphy

AUTHOR:   Shawn T Murphy REVIEW: What makes this book so fascinating, is what it addresses;  two fields of knowledge that appear to stand alone from each other;  Science and Religion.  The author talks about the gap between the two times the world has been destroyed and the missing information beforehand.  It answers many of the questions about life before we knew it…

Prisoner of the Mind
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Prisoner of the Mind

AUTHOR:  Kyle Coare REVIEW:  Kyle Coare’s “Prisoner of the Mind” captures in poetry how agoraphobia can take over and consume one’s body, mind, and life.  As you read along, you will know and feel the agony the author has felt in a dark world of depression.  You will also feel the sadness and desire to change one’s life and the helpless feeling…

Bestower Of Light
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Bestower Of Light

AUTHOR:  Jeffry Rothschild: BOOK REVIEW:  This book vividly recreates the life of Dr. Javad Nurbakhsh, Bestower of Light and presents an intimate portrait of a contemporary Sufi master dealing with the complexities of life in the twentieth century.  This book touches on every aspect of Dr. Nurbakhsh’s life in the Middle East, to a revealing interview with the…

Poetic Visions
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Poetic Visions

AUTHOR:  G. Simmons REVIEW:  Poetic Visions written by Gary Simmons is a look into the author’s heart as he searches for love and understanding of the universe.  As you follow through his beautiful poetic words, you will experience the same pain, heartache and happiness as the author.  Gary Simmons has managed to take day by day experiences in his…

The Potty Fairy
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The Potty Fairy

BOOK AUTHOR:  MARY PAP BOOK REVIEW:  This book is a must for Children’s Fairytale Stories.  It compares children to little potty fairies and going potty with the reward system of getting their first pair of underwear.  The illustrations and words in this book would motivate any child to begin potty training.  A must read if you have toddlers you wish…

The Zigzag Path From Hopelessness Overcoming PTSD
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The Zigzag Path From Hopelessness Overcoming PTSD

AUTHOR:  Shirley Mandel Satterfield REVIEW:  This book outlines the author’s battle from her childhood to her adulthood with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) growing up in Baltimore, Md., with an alcoholic father and abusive mother.  This book outlines all the things the author overcame from childhood to adulthood and points out through life experiences just how long a…

The Omega Chronicles
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The Omega Chronicles

AUTHOR:  Mark Carnelley REVIEW:  The Omega Chronicles is a fascinating book about life after the destruction of Earth from a enormous dust cloud originally discovered by scientists in 1962.  Thought only to be a blip on the radar, 55 years later, This speck of dust hits the earth with fury covering it in an enormous cloud, killing almost…