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.99 CENTS!!! Sale!! .99 CENTS!!! Award-winning novel!!!

Life can be harrowing, but there’s always hope. A poignant reminder that, “there, but for the grace of God, go I.” The story of finding faith after it has wavered. A story of Loss, Pain, Hope and Love! Beautiful! When all else fails, trust your faith! A gritty, true drama of every parent’s nightmare. “I want to go to Heaven, Mom.”…and so you did go…

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This entry was posted on September 13, 2016. 2 Comments

Review: Convinced by Raven H. Price

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Convinced (The Paradigm Shift Trilogy Book 2)

I have just finished reading Convinced by Raven H. Price. First her book synopsis found on Amazon.

“A prophecy is starting over. Heaven holds a meeting so the last piece of a puzzle can be found. Jesus chooses Gina Grimes, a strong willed, self-serving and unchurched young woman to complete the team.
For Jesus’ plan to work, the Holy Spirit has to first convince Gina her lifestyle isn’t great. He uses Caylee Sellers, Gina’s happy-go-lucky co-worker, to convince her there is a better life with the Lord. Once Gina submits to Jesus, he sends her a guardian angel. But when the angel called Ox arrives on the scene to guard her, he sees that Satan is already focused on Gina and is determined to ruin or kill Jesus’ new convert before the Lord’s seed of faith can take root.
A battle of wills begins and in the process Gina gets physically hurt. To counter act the situation Satan caused, the Holy Spirit uses another strategy on Gina to produce an effect that will shape her outlook and give her a supernatural way to contour nearly every action and thought.
While Gina physically heals, the Holy Spirit makes sure Gina finds new friends who are also equipped with guardian angels and various powers. Jesus’ plan starts working. Gina gains strength with the Holy Spirit’s guidance, Ox’s presence and her new friend’s assurance. Will she find what she craves before all hell breaks out?”

This book spoke directly to my heart. Price has woven well described characters into a narrative in which one can feel the conflicts and the battles. Gina has a struggle, a huge one, in which she must come out victorious, while Satan sends his evil imps and helpers (including a rapist) to feed upon Gina’s moments of doubts and weakness’s. As the seed of Hope planted in Gina starts growing, the imps multiply their devilish ways to feed upon Gina’s doubts and her fear. Yet Gina wanted to believe in Jesus, and an out of body event, after a car wreck, sets her on a path in seeking The Holy Spirit. This is a FIVE star read!

Award Winning Novel!!!

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When Angels Fly” by S. Jackson & A. Raymond is a journey of loss, heartbreak, and ultimately strength. How do we survive the unthinkable, our child suffering from a terminal illness? Sarah Jackson’s life will teach you that despite all the hardships, you will survive, even if at times it feels like you won’t. “It is a story of hope and the power of love and prayer. Although it will draw tears from your eyes as you read, it will inspire hope and courage. I love this book for the deep experience of the narrators and for the powerful lessons it offers.”

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When Angels Fly

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This entry was posted on September 6, 2016. 2 Comments

Review: Crazy! Hot! And Living On The Edge!!

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I just finished reading Crazy! Hot! And Living On The Edge!! By Shirley Harris-Slaughter

I will start off with a blurb Harris-Slaughter wrote for Amazon. “Imagine experiencing emotions that have you questioning your sanity. Your body gets overheated at the least bit of excitement and you scramble to find a fan or some air. Or you find yourself in the throes of a panic attack and can’t understand how to shut it off, so you are filled with anxiety wondering when the next one is coming. What if every time you take a drug you experience side-effects that you are warned about on the label? The title was conceived in my mind after I thought over all the situations I had found myself in, how I got out of them, and the effect all of this had on my overall physical and mental well-being.”

While I was reading I found myself relating to Harris-Slaughter in different ways and multiple levels, both personally and as a registered nurse. This book benefits everyone, healthy or not. Tips on relaxation and proper diet are great. I would be remiss if I didn’t write that Vitamin D doesn’t come directly from the sun. To put it simply, our own bodies produce Vitamin D when we are to exposed our sun, the ultraviolet B rays to be exact. If you are on Coumadin (Warfarin), then you do need to check with your doctor regarding foods you can or cannot have regarding vegetables and fruit. One example is grapefruit – this fruit will increase your bleeding time, and potential worst case scenario is a brain bleed. A few of the hardships Harris-Slaughter writes about are similar to ones of my own, both in relationships and in health. That said, everyone can use tips Harris-Slaughter writes about to help reduce stress and therefore panic. Benefits in keeping ones colon healthy are true as well. I know this first hand and can relate. Grief over loss of one’s brother (in Harris-Slaughter’s case two brothers) compounds stress. Harris-Slaughter decided to do what she could to make her own life and her body feel better, and she mixes traditional medicine with natural medicine. I am in agreement with her on this approach. Like Harris-Slaughter wrote “The bottom line is that, you must deal with stress before it deals with you.” Bravo to Harris-Slaughter for having the courage to write about her personal problems and how she arrived at solutions that worked for her and the strength she shows in this book. Harris-Slaughter’s writing style flows easily and her characters are well described. Harris-Slaughter’s narration is excellent and this book rates five stars!

This entry was posted on September 5, 2016. 12 Comments