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Past Forward- A Serial Novel: Episode 18

Past Forward- A Serial Novel: Episode 18

by Chautona Havig

Past Forward is a serial novel released weekly on Kindle.

Alone without friends or family to comfort her after the death of her mother, Willow Finley’s idyllic life is overâ??and just beginning.

When Willow Finley awakes on a hot summer morning, she is unprepared for the grief that awaits her. Jerked from a life of isolation with her mother, Willow learns what alone really means when she finds her mother still in her bed, never to awaken again in this life.

From the moment Willow arrives in the police station with her startling announcement, Chad Tesdall fights the friendship he knows he can’t avoid.

This episode is almost ten thousand words longer than most! A Bonus!

After a year of marriage, Willow is feeling pressure to produce. Doctors, disagreements, and drivers’ licenses–what?

Follow as Willow’s story unfolds past forward.

Released weekly as a serial novel.

I'll Watch the Moon (Historical Fiction Best Sellers)

I’ll Watch the Moon (Historical Fiction Best Sellers)

by Ann Tatlock

The tender story of a polio victim and her friendship with an Auschwitz survivor who dreams of becoming the first man on the moon.

From Publishers Weekly

When polio stalked Minnesota in 1948, fear was every mother’s constant companion, as Tatlock (All the Way Home) shows in this well-written story for the evangelical Christian market. Young Nova Tierney and her older brother, Dewey, live a mostly idyllic life despite sharing living space with a motley assortment of tenants at the boarding house run by their Aunt Dortha and mother, Catherine. Dewey, nicknamed “Galileo” for his love of astronomy, dreams of some day walking on the moon, and he and Nova spend many happy hours looking at the night sky together in their backyard. When Dewey is hospitalized with polio, Nova promises to watch the moon for him (thus the title) until he is well. But will he recover? In her bitterness over a childhood secret, her late husband’s infidelity and her son’s desperate illness, his mother turns her back on God. “Sometimes, I wonder how we all go on living,” she muses. Hope begins to return when she strikes up a friendship with boarder and Auschwitz survivor Josef Karski. Meanwhile, Nova exchanges letters with her brother and dreams of having a father again. She takes comfort in the stars: “as long as the moon was in its place and the stars were burning and the planets were moving through their spheres… everything was all right.” This beautiful story laced with hope, redemption and forgiveness should find wide appeal among CBA readers.
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Product Description
Award-winning novelist Ann Tatlock once again lovingly crafts a story that will touch readers’ hearts while illuminating a powerful spiritual truth.

I’ll Watch the Moon is the story of Catherine Tierney, angry at a God whom she no longer believes exists, and her painful journey back to faith. It is also the story of her friendship with Josef Karski, who teaches her how to trust in God as he reveals his own story of surviving the horrors of Auschwitz. And finally, it is the story of Nova Tierney, Catherine’s daughter, and the threads that bind their lives together. Ann Tatlock has skillfully and gracefully wove a tale readers won’t soon forget.

– WINNER, Midwest Independent Publishers Association, First Place-General Fiction, 2003
– WINNER, Best of Genre – Christian Fiction: Library Journal, 2003
– A”Crossings Book Club Selection”, 2003
* A “Recorded Books” Selection, 2003
* Norwegian edition published by Lunde Forlag; Oslo, Norway, 2007

Reviews of this book


“This is a moving and wonderfully encouraging novel…one of the most realistic and significant ones I’ve read, and one that leaves a great inspiration and message of trust in God for the outcome of all things…I highly recommend it.”

“In post-World War II America, nine-year-old Nova Tierney worries about Russian bombs, but mostly she wants to find a suitable candidate to marry her mother and give her a new “pa.” Catherine, a tormented soul, is terrified that the polio epidemic will touch her children. When it does strike Nova’s 13-year-old brother, Dewey, Catherine weathers the blow via an unlikely friendship with a concentration camp survivor. Dewey’s dream is to be the first man to land on the moon, and Nova promises to “watch the moon” for him until he gets better. In her third novel, Tatlock continues to weave 20th-century history into absorbing, finely crafted literary tales with issues of spirituality springing naturally from the text. For all collections and readers who enjoy realistic and hopeful family dramas.”
— Library Journal

Power Split

Power Split

by W. Ron Drynan

A Philosophical Thriller: What if an outdoorsman and an astronaut were in a position to prove – definitively – whether human beings possess an immortal soul, but neither is willing to die for The Answer?

Wildlife expert and extreme explorer Leon Berger is on top of his game with mini-series on the adventure networks and a loving family. His first excruciating blackout was dangerous. But when the second comes out of nowhere on an ice-climbing expedition gone deadly, he gets much-needed medical attention and maddening media scrutiny.

Ryder Pelse is a former stunt pilot with a shady military past turned astronaut for the commercial space tourism company run by abrasive billionaire William Daxton. Their top-secret test flights are light years ahead of NASA and the competition, but Ryder’s blackouts threaten the mission goal: Answering one of the most important questions facing humanity.

When the mysterious Hanlon connects the blackouts, he discovers the key to mankind’s most essential question: Do we have a soul? The proof he needs to fulfill his lifetime pursuit lies between the two men. Finding The Answer is an end he justifies by any means, regardless of whether he scuttles Daxton’s mission … or kills Ryder and Leon.

WARNING: This book contains scenes of action and violence, as well as strong language.

Lust of Revenge

Lust of Revenge

by Jordan Thibault

During a time of upheaval in ancient Israel, a young Jew named Judah struggles with his consuming desire of vengeance on the Romans after his family was killed by Roman soldiers. As Israel rises in revolt against the Roman Empire, Judah joins the ranks of a band of homeless men who will die to save their country, and Jerusalem if need be. Judah learns of an assignation plot against the Governor Josephus. He sets out to stop it and is faced with the one person that can threaten to tear apart his life of revenge. A man named Simon urges Judah to turn to Christ as Judah ultimately finds himself in the siege of Jotapata, where he needs to make a decision to either live for vengeance or live for Christ as he faces the destruction of the city.

About the Author: Jordan Thibault enjoys writing historical fiction, fantasy/sci-fi, and poetry. “Lust of Revenge” is his first published short story and he is currently revising the manuscript of his second short story, “Fierce Strength”. He is also in the process of writing a fictitious novel.

The Thrill of the Warmth of Love

The Thrill of the Warmth of Love

by Julia Audrina Carrington

Marissa was abandoned at birth by her mother who was a drug addict. Marissa grew up with her gruff, drunken father. Marissa turns out to be a born again Christian and has always longed to meet her mother. Will her desire come true? Will she form a lasting bond with her mother? At a Christian conference, a single man by the name of Peter MacGarth introduces himself to Marissa. Will Marissa and Peter find love? What is God’s plan for them? Read to find out.

The author Julia Audrina Carrington who is a born again Christian has touched the lives of thousands of souls across the world. She has shared the message of hope with orphans and the less fortunate. She is the founder of the international mission called Mission Friends for Christ which reaches out to needy and hurting women and children. She is the author of more than one hundred Christian books and Christian novels.

The Better Country

The Better Country

by Scott Johnson

What causes brother to rise up against brother? Can men, nations, and families ever experience true unity and peace? Will racism and hatred finally be eradicated? War often seems to be man’s answer for settling disputes and thwarting evil. Perhaps the best solution to our conflicts doesn’t reside in this world. When a Civil War chaplain finds himself dodging death-stamped mini balls and dismembering shrapnel, he realizes there is a better way, a final, lasting hope.

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