The Unexpected Richness of an OrdinaryLife by Lisa C. Miller

This is a personal blog where I write about my life in general. I write about writing, Bible Studies other things of interest to me. I like to find encouraging things to post that uplift, encourage inspire people to improve their life.

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Inspirations from Heaven's Gate
Lisa C. Miller

“Lisa leads us through the spiritual journey of her life with poignant reflections on family, love, fears, hopes and dreams.” – Audrey Copeland, Professor UAF
“Lisa Miller forges a lean and sinewy poetry that is at once reflective and raw, invoking both the head and the heart. Miller’s freeverse wends its way along peaks and valleys of the human journey, and the author is as steadfast before life’s inevitable pains and she is sanguine amid its myriad delights. This is a...






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Gethsemane Gardens (Horror in a Hurry Book 2)
F R Maher

When you lock your doors at night, can you be sure you're not trapping some nameless horror inside with you?
The second book of the new Horror in a Hurry series, all designed to be read in one or two sittings, they're ideal companions on your way to work. So get ready for terror on the tube, bewitchment on the bus or panic in the passenger seat!
Gethsemane Gardens a little bit of brilliance to darken your day!......


Solomon's Treasure - Book 1: Beginnings (The Tomb, the Temple,
Ben Hammott

NEW 2962016 rewritten, reedited and revised Harper Edition
An ancient mystery, a lost treasure, a great secret and the search for the most sought after relics in all antiquity.
This is one of the most exciting novels I've read in years."
"Hammott's writing is solid and the premise intriguing. An entertaining quest filled action adventure.”
"I must say I enjoyed this novel very much. If you like Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt (His earlier novels), James Rollins or Matthew Reilly,...


How to Marry Your Wife
Stella Marie Alden

What foul devilry is this? They told her he was dead. After six long years without a word, her knight falls onto his knees and sings poetry. Then he denies their son? Heed this well. She’s no longer an innocent who’ll giggle and tarry on his every word. The sharp edge of her tongue and knife is the only welcome he’ll get. She’ll not marry him. Besides, the pain would be too much to bear should he ever leave again.
Her attitude is beyond understanding. What voice did he have? The...


Musings of a Mad Southerner
Don Miller

With the GENTLE insistence of a former student, now writer, now mentor, and forever friend, Jeri Lynn Cooper, I decided to test the blogging waters in 2015. She had insisted I was a natural and I decided to take her word for it. I am sure there are people who might disagree with Jeri Lynn after my two years of blogging history but it has allowed me to empty my head of all the content which “bothers me so.”
When I began to blog I was mad, as in angry. Dylan Roof had turned our...


Flight of the Elves (The Mountain Elves of Kali Book 1)
Cathbad Maponus

The Mountain Elves have lost the battle against the Plains Elves. Now, the enemy has sent a cavalry unit to destroy the Clans! A lone survivor, subChieftain Adrianna Ayalla, races to save the Clans and lead them to a high plateau, where she hopes to defend them. Along the way, she takes some of her own revenge and leads the Clans into the dangerous cursed caverns. She has also unwittingly made an enemy of a powerful dragon and that enemy could spell the end of the Clans, if the cavalry...