Some of our recent titles
  • From Cocoon To Butterfly

    From Cocoon to Butterfly. Through the writings and Scriptures in this book come a story of a young woman who, in her life, overcame many trials and tests. From these experiences came this book. Just as a caterpillar resides in a cocoon and emerges into a beautiful butterfly, so also does our life develop into the image that God has created us to be. As we mature into adulthood, we begin to search ...

  • Hamilton's Poetic Essays On Life

    We came into the world with nothing,

    and we leave the same way.

    We can hold on to Jesus,

    He's a warm home on a cold and rainy day.

    Our life is marked in stages

    And when we pass away,

    We enter the final stage of life

    Where only love holds sway.

    A mountain, with the passage of time,

    Will simply fade away,

    and so will the universe,...

  • With All My Heart

    There are many types of love songs: songs of those who want to be in love, other songs of those who are in love, while still others that are about those who have fallen out of love or lost their love and have a broken heart.

    But the greatest of all love songs are those to God: those that rejoice constantly in his presence and his unconditional acceptance of us as we are.

    The sonnet...

  • Getting Past the Tears

    Getting Past the Tears is a fictional novel that tells of how lives were affected by the war in Vietnam. It is set in Eastern North Carolina and Southern Virginia during the late 1960s and into the twenty-first century. It is the fifth and final book in the series. Getting Past the Tears continues the story where Gardenia Lane ends.

    Kay Peel was happily married to her childhood sweetheart. ...

  • The Radical Phat-Krusher

    Coming Straight from the Heart

    Did you know, as of 2016, 71 percent of the Christian faith has surprisingly went up toward those who doesn't trust, follow, believe, or teach the biblical truth nor stand in the battle of God's perspective toward his teaching. Yes, 71 percent. Wow! How far we have departed from the perspective of God. My friends, we have a who-o-ole lot of work to do...

  • The Radical Phat-Krusher Spiritual and Physical Fitness


    Do you ever wonder what your kids are going to grow up to be?

    In this day and age, parents often wonder what their precious children will grow up to be. Influences like television, school, friends, family, and sometimes role models can fail them. However, one thing is certain- we can put our trust in the One who created all of us. We can...

  • Reflections of the Heart

    Reflections of the Heart is a simplistic yet profound book of poetry that has been drawn from the innermost place in the heart. It deals with many issues that we face on a day-to-day basis including faith, love, friendship, family relationships, bereavement, hardships and much, much more.

    As you read this book, you will be touched by the writings that have touched so many lives over the yea...

  • The Sea Stone Collection

    Growing up in the small seaside town of Cutter's Cove, Maine, Kathy Jennings has walked the beach, since she was 11, searching for her magical sea stones. Now, her collection is to be envied. Still alone at 60, she finally finds that one special sea stone that tells her she will soon fall in love for the first time. Is 60 too old to fall in love? Not according to her life long friend, Becky Porter...

  • The Thurdian Experiment

    What Would You Do?

    If scientists from another planet abducted you to study you like we study wildlife on Earth, what would you do?

    What if while you were onboard, the ship was attacked by another alien group?

    Would you trust your captors' assessment, that the other ship belonged to a hostile empire and your captors were the good guys?

    Would you fight to protect ...

  • No Words Only Tears

    No Words, Only Tears resonated within my entire being from the moment I first decided to write this book. Tears, not words, more fittingly encapsulate my painful search for selfhood and wellness. For most of my life, tears spoke for me when I was too enmeshed in feelings and fears to express what had been my reality as I grew up. After years of struggle, I moved past emotions, and tears turned int...

  • The Calendar of the Crucifixion

    Matthew 27:62–66 "62Now the next day, that followed the day of the preparation, the chief priests and Pharisees came together unto Pilate, 63Saying, Sir, we remember that that deceiver said, while he was yet alive, After three days I will rise again. 64Command therefore that the sepulchre be made sure until the third day, lest his disciples come by night, and steal him away, and say unto...

  • The Legend of Wild Thing

    The Legend of Wild Thing is a mostly true story about diversity and perseverance inspired by a little girl often called Abby-Roo. Abby-Roo was filled with hope and imagination and believed in the unbelievable. She lived in Los Gatos with her family and her beloved cat, Wild Thing.

    Perhaps, Wild Thing believed in the unbelievable too.