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Free on Kindle-The Victorious Christian Life

Free ebook version! The victorious Christian life is not based on what you do for God, but what Christ has done for you. In Christ, you were ordained to conquer weaknesses, rise above failures, and inherit all of God’s promises. Jesus said, it is the Father’s good pleasure to give you His kingdom. God wants […]

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See from the eyes of the blind–Janet Eckles release, Simply Salsa

Celebrating life through difficulties. Janet Eckles is blind. She has experienced tragedies worse than blindness, but in hardship she has found joy and triumph. On August 9th, she is launching a book that explains her struggles and the joy she found in the Lord. The official book launch is August 9th, and if you buy […]

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The Book Launch for ‘I Called Him Dancer’!

Congratulations to Sherry Cunningham! Sherry is the winner of the Kindle 3. Congratulation to Dee Bradley! Dee is the winner of the $25 Amazon gift card. Congratulations to Suzanne Hartmann! She’s the winner of the book drawing. Thanks to everyone for making the launch week of I Called Him Dancer a big success! The contest […]

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A Friend is Launching a Christian Fiction Book – Give the Lady a Ride

Along with the book launch, Linda Yezak is giving a copy away. To enter the drawing, go to http://lindayezak.wordpress.com. “She’s no bigger than a newborn heifer,” is Talon Carlson’s first impression of Patricia Talbert when he discovers the ranch he’d hoped to inherit now belongs her. Part-time bull rider, full-time ranch foreman, he realizes his entire future […]

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Book Release for ‘The Road to Deer Run’

‘The Road to Deer Run,’ is an Award-winning Christian Historical Romance by Elaine Cooper. About “The Road to Deer Run” The year is 1777 and the colonies of America are at war with England. In the midst of this fierce and painful conflict, two enemies—a wounded British soldier and a colonial farm woman—are brought together […]

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