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  • Balancing Rock

    Balancing Rock

    Death can bring a family down. And that’s what the Midwestern family currently feels.

    Their patriarch is dead; another family member is about to pass away too. The family knows they are about to face a series of tragic events and a serious illness. But what they didn’t expect is to be pulled together by these challenges.

    With grit, love, and faith, they are about to restore the family balance again.

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  • M. F. Taylor - God’s Therapy & Cure By S

    God’s Therapy & Cure By S. D. Lucifer: A Play

    WHAT ARE YOU?
    SOMETHING TO KNOW BEFORE YOU DIE!
    GOD’S THERAPY IS YOUR THERAPY!

    Homo sapiens are in dire need of transcendence, a waking up,
    to be “born again,” ENLIGHTENMENT!

    The Play is all about the fall of Spirit into matter (involution) and the long climb back through the evolution of consciousness. It’s about God’s fall out of the Godhead and Lucifer’s extended Therapy to bring us to greater understanding, and to upgrade Sapiens, particularly before they cause a “Therapy Interrupt Us” in the final war of Armageddon.

    It’s all described in the enclosed letter to God by Lucifer, and the enclosed Play, a comedy-farce as God’s Therapy, as though icing on the cosmic cake. Join more consciously in the effort of Lucifer’s Therapy, along with the Angels, to help God topple General Ignorance from Heaven’s Throne, in preparation for the next species.

  • Niola - Reality Has Its Ways

    Reality Has Its Ways

    Young girl dreams about being an adult living on her own where she can do what she wants
    when she wants with no one to tell her differently when the time comes, reality proves it to be more difficult than she thought it would be, life as an adult often had crawl obstacles in her path and it also taught her people aren’t always who they seem to be at first.

    About the author:

    Margaretha Peters 26 years old I live in Canada Ontario I was raised in a family of 8 and I have lived out in the country for most of my life this is the first novel I have ever written and I hope to continue writing.

  • THE NIGHT I MET THE DEVIL

    THE NIGHT I MET THE DEVIL

    Have you ever felt like something was watching you, in the place you’d least expect; out with friends on a warm summer night. You’re taken on an unexpected journey and discover a secret hidden within someone or something. This book is based on true events so brace yourself.

    About the author:

    Author Randall B. Linn has a very descriptive style of writing. He expresses his ideas in specific ways by using just the right word and putting it in just the right place. He developed his style from reading copious amounts of literature and studying science. The stories he writes tap into feelings of unfamiliarity within one’s self and spirituality. He writes non-fiction short stories that come from unique experiences he himself went through or things he seen happen to others in his past. The Thriller “The Night I Met the Devil” is the first of 5-series published from his collection. He writes stories based on true events that some might call scary; sometimes the truth is scary. Some people can face it head on; some run from it….

  • Joyce M. Price - The RH Factor

    The RH Factor

    After years of trying to conceive, George and Virginia were very excited,
    Virginia was pregnant. The day of the birth arrived, and they headed to the
    hospital. After long hours in labor, the baby boy arrived. Virginia was unable
    to see the baby at that time, but after the baby was cleaned up, George was
    allowed to see him and immediately went into shock; the whole left side of
    the baby’s face was very distorted, all out of shape. George told the nurse
    that he didn’t want his wife to see the baby, but Virginia insisted. They
    brought the baby in for her and as soon as she unwrapped the blanket, she
    screamed and said, “take it away and put it in a Children’s home. I will not
    have it. Unbeknownst to the couple, they both has the RH Factor and would
    have been advised to not have children, but they had never been tested.
    Thirty years later, the boy/man found his biological parents and then …

    About the author:

    I have loved to write all my life and in 2008, that opportunity became available. God saw I need to moved from the city of Little Rock, where I was
    raised to Newport, AR. My first book was titled Patience, but I didn’t have
    any. God said, “How can you write a book and published it, called Patience
    when you don’t have any?” So I worked on my patience, and about 10
    months later my book was published. I have written six more and am on my
    8th. I am retired from the AR Dept. of Veterans Affairs after 21 years have
    been a widow for over 20 years, have plenty of time to write.

  • Tina and Rudy - Roland Rodene

    Tina and Rudy

    “But Rudy, you cannot give up these things: pasture, riding, planting peas
    and prick herbs.”
    “Never, Miss. Lucienne! If I don’t do them, I betrayed my farming
    country, I betrayed my origins, I betrayed my parents, and I betrayed you
    too, the people of the city.”
    REFLECTION
    If chance exists destiny too.
    Free people are rich.
    Young people are capable! Do not limit them!
    Never betray your friends!
    A good friend can be of any nationality!
    Some men are transnational.
    Answer the call of your heart!
    e world is for us.
    Give and take!
    If we need intelligence and courage for life, of course, to die well, we need
    faith in God through his Son Jesus Christ.
    is is the content of Tina & Rudy.


    About the author:

    Roland Rodene was born in Les Anglais, Haiti. Friend of God, author of Cynbel & Zothia and Turmoil in High Land? He holds a Bachelor in Economics and a Masters in International Commerce from Boston University.

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  • Roland Rodene - Tumulte en Terre Haute

    Tumulte en Terre Haute?

    Ce roman, au fond, c’est le souffle d’un homme qui respire et transpire Terre Hautedans le moindre recoin de son être. Cet homme, c’est Anglaisien. Il porte en lui-mêmemille et un souvenirs deschoses et des gens qu’il a vus et entendus, et des histoires etexpériences qu’il a vécues. En dépit de sa peur, il est allé seul au cours de la nuit dans lagrotte. Son audace porte ses fruits. Il reçoit un appel de l’autre monde. Dans la grotte, aulieu de Sarasin, il se trouve face à une silhouette : c’est sa mère, Terre Haute. Il apprend deux vérités étonnantes et extraordinaires : d’abord, il est missionné, chargé de publier « la Cause de sa mère » ; celle-ci sera la Mère des Nations.Maintenant, ses chemins et ceux de la ravissante Miss Oloffson se croisent. Si aucommencement, il y avait Adam et Ève, à la veille de l’émergence de la Terre desNations, il y a lui, Anglaisien, et Miss Oloffson. Vu leur passion pour elle, seront-ils roi et reine en Terre Haute ? Celle-ci a une alliance solide et sûre avec Suezza, le pays d’origine de Miss Oloffson et toutes ses autres soeurs. L’émergence de Terre Haute, Terre des Nations, ce nouveau centre de l’univers, aura-t-elle bientôt lieu ? Dans cette oeuvre à l’allure merveilleuse, féerique et prophétique, plusieurs mondes, plusieurs niveaux de symbolisme, de mystères et de connaissances semblent cohabiter, se connecter ou s’entrecroiser. Les lieux, les nombres, les personnages semblent allégoriques et porteurs aussi de messages codés. À tous ceux qui s’intéressent au devenir d’Haïti, aux mystères de son sol, de son sous-sol, à ses eaux, ses grottes, ses ruines indiennes et coloniales, le romancier Roland Rodené, né à Les Anglais, Haïti, Ami de Dieu, auteur de Cynbel et Zothia, détenteur d’une licence en économie et d’une maîtrise en commerce international de l’université de Boston, offer de quoi fouiller, questionner, examiner, réfléchir, comparer pour aller plus loin dans la connaissance des mythes et mystères d’Haïti. Car quand il s’agit d’Haïti, la fiction n’est jamais loin du réel, et vice versa. Luc Remy, Professeur, Auteur de Réflexions Stratégiques sur Haïti.

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  • Roland Rodene - Turmoil in Highland

    Turmoil in Highland?

    This novel is the story of a man who lives and breathes High Land in the very fiber of his being. This man is Anglaisien. He carries a thousand and one memories of things and people, both seen and heard, as well as life stories and experiences. In spite of his fear, he goes alone at night to the cave. His audacity bears fruit. He receives a call from the other world. In the cave, instead of Sarasin, he finds himself face to face with a silhouette; it is his mother, High Land. He learns two astonishing and extraordinary truths: firstly, that he has been given a mission — to publish “His Mother's Cause” ; and secondly that she will be the Mother of All Nations.

    Now, he and the ravishing Miss Oloffson cross paths. If in the beginning there was Adam and Eve, on the eve of the emergence of the Land of Nations, there is Anglaisien and Miss Olofsson. Given their passion for High Land, will they become King and Queen? High Land is in solid alliance with Suezza, Miss Olofsson's native country and all of her sister-nations. The emergence of High Land, Land of All Nations, this new center of the universe — will this soon take place?

    In this work of marvelous, magical and prophetic allure, many worlds, many levels of symbolism, mystery, and knowledge seem to exist together, interconnect, or intersect. The places, numbers, and characters seem allegorical and resemble carriers of coded messages.

    To all those who are interested in the emergence of Haiti, in its earthly and subterranean mysteries, in its waters, caves, Indian and colonial ruins, the novelist Roland Rodené, born in Les Anglais, Haiti, friend of God, author of “Cynbel and Zothia,” holder of a Bachelor's degree in Economics and a Master's Degree in Administrative Studies (Multinational Commerce) from Boston University, offers much to question, examine, compare, and reflect upon in a quest to delve more deeply into the myths and mysteries of Haiti.

    For, when it concerns Haiti, fiction is never very far from reality, and vice versa.