Wednesday, May 17, 2023

🔥 Hot New Release! What Did Jesus Say by Rev. Terry Allan Christian #Christian #Gospel

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 This “one of a kind” book contains over 500 Scriptures spoken only by Jesus to those who loved and followed Him, without any added comments or religious opinions from the author…

Title: What Did Jesus Say: The Seven Messages From The Master
Author: Terry Allan Christian
Publisher: Divine Publication
Pages: 157
Genre: Christian/Gospel

Imagine you’re walking down the beach, and you come across a crowd waiting for Jesus to appear and teach them. What would he say? Would he talk about current religious and political conflicts, or would he speak about Love, Light, and Truth? Join us as we go for a walk with Jesus, and listen to his words as he shares with us the Seven Messages from the Master. Each spiritual message reveals His teachings that will strengthen and guide you to a most peaceful life in Christ.





Book Excerpt  

Message I


The Christ
It’s early morning and the sun is rising over the water.
You can see a crowd gathering at the water’s edge, waiting for Jesus to appear, and teach them.
As everyone begins to quiet, a deep silence falls and the only sound to be heard are the birds flying above.
Then Jesus suddenly appears and says...



About the Author

Since dedicating his life to Jesus at the age of 23, Terry Allan Christian has been reading the red lettered version of the 4 Gospels as recorded in the KJV Bible. Even though Terry reads the whole Bible, his primary focus is on the words of Jesus and the example of His actions.

Terry grew up in a violent dysfunctional family where he quit school at 16 and left home. He stuttered so bad he could only say 3-5 words in a row. His family and friends mocked him and that caused much stress in his early life.

At the age of 23, he had a near death experience and in which he had a dream. In this dream, he was told that one day he would be a teacher for Jesus. Needless to say, he was scared at first because of his stuttering and lack of structured education however, he always had a child-like faith and trust in Jesus as Lord.

After the dream, he was soon hired by the Dale Carnegie Organization and trained in sales and public speaking, where he met a man who taught him how to visually read. During the next few years Terry read several hundred books on the subject of personal growth.

At the age of 30, Terry became a professional Motivational Speaker and Executive Trainer and over the next 20 years he would deliver more than 2,500 presentations to private and public audiences across America and Canada.

Several years ago, Terry retired as a public speaker after feeling the Holy Spirit redirecting his life. He was led to do what Jesus told him many years earlier. After researching the 4 Gospels he composed the book What Did Jesus Say: The Seven Messages from the Master, using only the Words spoken by Jesus as recorded in the 4 Gospels, without adding any personal comments or opinions.

As in all God called missions it took longer, cost more and challenged him to the edge of his faith. He would later say, he had to read the Book of Job just to understand why this was happening to him and was he being tested or penalized. In the end, he was being tested and by the grace of God, he prevailed.

Now after 12 years of study, obedience, difficulty and struggle, this book is now available in Paperback, eBook, Audio Book and Kindle.

Today, Author, Teacher and Counselor, Rev. Terry Christian is founder of Foundations for Life ‘Online’ Ministries and he presently lives Negril Jamaica where he does local missionary work in schools and churches while counseling Christians worldwide online thru his program Christian Helping Christians.

Negril, Jamaica is where Rev. Christian went to fast & pray while seeking divine healing for Bladder Cancer. His doctors gave him 3yrs to live so he created a healing sabbatical and after fasting & praying, and walking the beach for 21 days, he returned to his Doctors and they released him ‘cancer free’.

Terry calls this program: The Life Walk –aka- The Miracle Walk and now offers this ‘restoration’ program online or in Negril, for Christians seeking Life, Health or Marriage Restoration.

Rev. Christian believes: WITH GOD, all things are possible, all the time, wherever we live and at every given moment, when we pray, believing.




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Thursday, May 11, 2023

All That Glitters Cover Reveal

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We invite you to Mike Martin's ALL THAT GLITTERS Cover Reveal! Please leave a comment to let Mike know you stopped by and don't forget to order your copy!

Author: Mike Martin
Publisher: Ottawa Press and Publishing
Pages: 282
Genre: Mystery 

Sergeant Winston Windflower is moving on to a new chapter of his life, no longer an RCMP officer but now a Community Safety Officer in his home of Grand Bank, Newfoundland.

But when a body is found in the bed and breakfast he co-owns, diamonds are found in the body’s digestive system, and then Windflower’s friend Dr. Sanjay, who was given the diamonds for safekeeping, is kidnapped, it’s clear that crime has returned once more to Grand Bank.

Windflower finds himself back in the thick of it, helping his newly promoted friend, RCMP Corporal Eddie Tizzard, track down a ruthless diamond smuggler who will stop at nothing — kidnapping, even murder — to pull off his dirty business.

This is another finely spun Windflower mystery that contrasts suspense and tension with the joys of friendship, family, and gratitude.

Ottawa Press and Publishing | Amazon U.S. | Amazon CAN



Mike Martin was born in St. John’s, NL on the east coast of Canada and now lives and works in Ottawa, Ontario. He is a long-time freelance writer and his articles and essays have appeared in newspapers, magazines and online across Canada as well as in the United States and New Zealand.

He is the award-winning and best-selling author of the award-winning Sgt. Windflower Mystery series set in beautiful Grand Bank. There are now 13 books in this light mystery series with the publication of All That Glitters

A Tangled Web was shortlisted in 2017 for the best light mystery of the year, and Darkest Before the Dawn won the 2019 Bony Blithe Light Mystery Award. 

Some Sgt. Windflower Mysteries are now available as audiobooks and the latest A Tangled Web was released as an audiobook in 2023. All audiobooks are available from Audible in Canada and around the world.

Mike is Past Chair of the Board of Crime Writers of Canada, a national organization promoting Canadian crime and mystery writers and a member of the Newfoundland Writers’ Guild and Capital Crime Writers.




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Tuesday, May 9, 2023

📚 Back Story: Coping and Thriving with a Chronic Condition by Carla Cobbs #BackStories

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 Back Story: Coping and Thriving with a Chronic Condition

By Carla Cobbs

While I had free time during covid and began pondering my next move and the possible way to earn passive income.  I wrote my book over the course of 2 years beginning in late 2021.  It began with just some thoughts then turned into an idea of a book.   

I decided to become an author as there is still a world of written words and storytelling with a huge diverse audience.  Additionally, I understand that books can translated into many other art forms like film, audiobooks, pictorials, etc to broaden an audience and interpretation style. I had the idea to write a book to help my fellow disabled person to give advice from my experiences and other sources medical and personal accounts from other disabled members of the community.  

     The disabled community is a small but mighty one.  One main issue within this community is a lack of communication and recognized role models. Many people have heard of the American with Disabilities Act but many cannot name one of the many trailblazer that advocated and protested at Capitol Hill in Washington, DC to get it passed into law.  I have always embraced being a role model and sharing my experiences (good and bad) and advice for success is one way I hope to become a national role model in the disabled community.  Most funding and medical care are geared towards disabled children and once those children become adults there are significant reductions in medical specialists, funding/financial resources, and general resources for overall well-being.  It can make one feel lonely and lost. I have lived that truth and found a place in society post full time employment.

I began with an outline, then chapters, then editing then formatting. Subsequently, came more editing, and formatting. I had wonderful guardian angel like help from people in my life, Amazon self-publish groups online and others.      

    I want truly thank amazon for creating a space for self-publishing and even having a category for a disabled author under Autobiographies. This publishing platform is revolutionary, and I want to strongly encourage any writer to consider writing your story.  There is still so much power I the written word and the adage of reading being fundamental is applicable in the 21st century. We all are living life and have a story to share that will resonate with an audience.  As a person with a disability, I was empowered to write and initially write content that is uplifting and positive to my fellow disabled person and our allies.  I felt drawn to this content vs autobiography because of the need for it.  My story is just mine and empowering itself, but I wanted to write something directly to that person, parent or friend feeling hopeless, lost, sad, happy, triumphant, normal but having few people to share it with that will empathize. The narrative of a disabled person in mainstream media across the world is a very limited oftentimes self-loathing or helpless or a combination of a version two.  In my book I inquire where a superhero, fairytale, bombshell, heart throb, athlete, etc. lead is portrayed as a disabled person in mainstream media.  

    I would like there to be a world of positive role models for disabled people to related especially children.  Additionally, these positive role models can change the stigma and myths about disabled people for the non-disabled public. Ultimately for a more peace united existence.

Carla Cobbs was born with a condition called Arthrogryposis that affects all limbs, especially legs. She uses an electric wheelchair for mobility. Despite her chronic condition she graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science (BS) from Bowie State University then pharmacy school at University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. After being offered employment in Texas post graduation, she lived there for most of her career. She worked as a pharmacist for about a decade educating the public about medications, side effects, diseases, and the healthcare system. Additionally, she recognized the number of people that were struggling with coping, thriving and accepting themselves and chronic illness. Currently, she is retired but continues to educate the public by writing the book Her hobbies include movies, jazz, music, aquatic aerobics, swimming, festivals, art, photography, card games, sport events. Carla is devoted to her faith and spirituality.

You can visit her website at

No single soul on this planet is fortunate enough to have smooth sailing when it comes to dealing with life challenges. Everyone has to go through the twists and turns of life while keeping their sanity intact and growing as a person. However, the journey becomes much more challenging if you have to cope with health complications as well.

Coping and Thriving with a Chronic Condition is a guidebook for people who are suffering from a chronic disease. This book not only discusses the difficulties such patients face to assure them that they are not alone in their journey but also presents ways to ease their suffering and eventually thrive while living with a chronic condition. It also aims to help those without a chronic condition learn more about the challenges of living with a life-long health condition so they can empathize with such patients.


Wednesday, May 3, 2023

Q&A with W.L. Brooks Author of Crossing A Fine Line #Q&A

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Today's guest is W.L. Brooks, author of the romantic suspense novel, CROSSING A FINE LINE: THE MCKAY SERIES BOOK 5. W.L. is here with us today to tell us more about the author behind the book.


Are you a morning writer or a night writer?  100% morning writer.

Do you outline or are you a pantster? Pantster.

Which comes first – plot or character? Different every time.

Noise or quiet when working on your manuscript? Music for writing and focus sounds for editing.

Favorite craft besides writing? Making tablescapes.

Favorite outdoor activity? Swimming.

Your goal in life?  To make a living doing what I love. 

Your most exciting moment? When I got my first contract offer. Wow.

W.L. Brooks was born with an active imagination.  When characters come into her mind, she has to give them a life- a chance to tell their stories. With a coffee cup in her hand and a cat by her side, she spends her days letting the ideas flow onto paper.  A voracious reader, she draws her inspiration from mystery, romance, suspense and a dash of the paranormal.

A native of Virginia Beach, she is currently living in Western North Carolina. Pick up her latest novel, Unearthing the Past – available now!




Fletcher J. McKay has been shot, driven insane, and tortured by a madman, so what’s one more psycho coming after her? But this foe’s disturbing attempts to extinguish Fletch’s light leave her shaken. Running out of options, she must consort with the enemy.

Fletcher is undoubtedly Sheriff Noah Reed’s nemesis. Their discord began with an irrevocable outcome of an unforeseeable trauma, but duty demands he keeps her safe. The closer he gets, the more his loathing turns to lust.

Devastated by loss, Fletcher agrees to go into Noah’s protective custody. Passion takes them across the boundaries of their animosity, but is their tentative bond enough? Or is the line between love and hate, as with life and death, fixed.

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Tuesday, May 2, 2023

20 Questions with Peter J. White, Author of 'Ghost Hunter Series' #20Questions

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Today's guest is Peter J. White, author of the paranormal/thriller/horror series, GHOST HUNTER SERIES. Peter is here today to answer 20 questions about his life, writing and goals.
  1. Are you a morning writer or a night writer?
    Morning! I get up at 4:30 on workdays to write. It’s my most creative time of day,
    and I usually wake up excited to get to it.
  2. Do you outline or are you a pantster?
    I generally know where I want to go with a work, and sometimes will sketch it out a
    la Syd Field’s The Screenwriter’s Workbook, but once it’s going, I let the story and
    the characters dictate where to go.
  3. Which comes first – plot or character?
    It pains me to admit this, but plot. I try to make my characters as real and engaging as
    possible, but plot is the driving force behind all my work.
  4. Noise or quiet when working on your manuscript?
    I listen to movie soundtracks while creating. If I can find the perfect soundtrack for
    the day’s work, it sparks life to the whole process. I LOVE writing to soundtracks.
    It’s like having your own private movie.
  5. Favorite TV show?
    That’s a tough one. There are so many. The X Files is my comfort show. When I hear
    the theme something inside my chest clicks and relaxes. I also loved Breaking Bad,
    The Expanse, Bosch, The Walking Dead, and probably two dozen others.
  6. Favorite type of music?
    It depends on the context. Soundtracks for writing. Classic Rock for working out.
    And driving. Classical for peace. Sometimes when I’m kayaking, I’ll go through all
    three genres, interspersed with silence.
  7. Favorite craft besides writing?
    Cooking. I like to make my own pasta, and do most of the cooking for the household.
  8. Do you play a musical instrument?

I played the trumpet for more than twenty years, but then got bored with myself. I
mean to pick it up again sometimes soon.

  1. Single or married?
    Married! To a wonderful Belgian woman for almost 30 years.
  2. Children or no?
    Two spectacular children. A girl of 23 who is just finishing up her student teaching
    and embarking off into the world, and a boy of 17 who’s going to take the world by
    storm. He’s the smartest, hardest-working individual I’ve had the pleasure of meeting.
  3. Pets?
    A rabbit named Houston. A Lionhead.
  4. Favorite place to write?
    I have a writing nook set up just off the kitchen. The wall is crammed with pictures
    and souvenirs. The shelves have knickknacks that relate to the books (a statue of
    Santa Muerte, a switchblade knife, etc.)
  5. Favorite restaurant?
    Another tough one. We have a regular sushi place, a Chinese place, an Italian place,
    and a Thai place we frequent.
  6. Do you work outside the home?
    I teach high school English full time.
  7. What was the name of the last movie you saw?
    The Black Phone
  8. Favorite outdoor activity?
    Right now: kayaking.
  9. Pet peeve?
  10. Your goal in life?

To make enough money on my books to retire.

  1. Your most exciting moment?
    Winning my kickboxing fight at age 55.5.
  2. The love of your life?
    My kids. My wife as well, but the kids…I’d jump in front of a bus without hesitation
    to save them. For the wife, I think I’d hesitate…just a moment.
    I have a couple of free giveaways for those of you who are interested:
    If you sign up for my mailing list, I am offering you book two of the Ghost Hunter Series,
    Slouching Toward Tenancingo. Click here to redeem that offer.
    If you want a feel for the main character and series, click here for a repurposed true story
    written to fit Max. A version of this story is in book four, The Bad Beginning.

Peter J. White was born in Colorado and raised in SE Alaska. He has degrees in Education, French, and an MFA in Creative Writing. He taught ELL in Bangkok, Thailand for six years, and currently teaches high school English in Washington State. Hobbies, past and present, include writing, bicycling, mountain climbing, kickboxing, MMA, and yoga.




Title: The Hollow Men
Author: Peter J. White
Publisher: Self/English Unlimited LLC
Pages: 496
Genre: Paranormal Vigilante Justice Thrillers / Classic Horror

When the ghostly victims of a small-town crime lord find him, ex-special forces soldier Max Sinclair realizes the only road to peace is to serve them the justice they crave.

But the Bannister clan has tentacles that reach from Eastern Washington into Mexico, trafficking women across the border and into their brothels. Haunted by visions of the dead, Max burns a swath through the Bannister empire, doing his best to set the dead free, but odds are he’ll be joining them before he’s done.

The Hollow Men is the first novel in the Ghost Hunter series about a vigilante who sees the dead—Max Sinclair. Haunted by visions and longing for justice and redemption, Max hunts down evil incarnate—his soul hanging in the balance as he walks the line between the dark and the light.

“Peter J. White and his Ghost Hunter: The Hollow Men should be at the top of that list and profiled on library book recommendation lists as a standout.” —D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review/Editor, Donovan’s Literary Services.

★★★★★ “Gripping and Timely Page Turner: From the first line, this tale grabs you and draws you in. Human trafficking is the dark side of our civilization, the modern, brutal form of slavery. Mr. White takes this subject on with a hard punch and a supernatural twist that keeps you on the edge of your seat.“—Amazon Reader


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Slouching Toward Tenancingo

Title: Slouching Toward Tenancingo
Author: Peter J. White
Publisher: Self/English Unlimited LLC
Pages: 547
Genre: Paranormal Vigilante Justice Thrillers/Classic Horror

Max Sinclair is heading straight into the heart of evil: Tenancingo—center of the Mexican human trafficking industry. There’s a man down there that’s done someone he loves wrong, and Max aims at setting things straight.

On the way, he’s accumulated some powerful enemies—of the cartel variety—and attracted the attention of the Black Queen: Mexico’s most prominent priestess to Santa Muerte.

Hunted by the Queen, haunted by the dead, fueled by a fierce desire for justice, Max wages war against the evil that blackens the land. But with the Barrera cartel’s five million dollar bounty on his head, odds are he won’t make it to his final reckoning.

Slouching Toward Tenancingo is the second novel in the Ghost Hunter series about a vigilante who sees the dead—Max Sinclair. Haunted by visions and longing for justice and redemption, Max hunts down evil incarnate—his soul hanging in the balance as he walks the line between the dark and the light.


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Bangkok Redemption

Title: Bangkok Redemption
Author: Peter J. White
Publisher: Self/English Unlimited LLC
Pages: 656
Genre: Paranormal Vigilante Justice Thrillers / Classic Horror

Back in Thailand, Max Sinclair is hot on the trail of a Thai gangster who killed the one he loved. But when a street child he’s befriended is snatched up by a ring of pedophiles, Max diverts his mission of vengeance to save her.

Max is thrust into a world of Black Magic, Spirit Doctors, human sacrifice, and The Ancient Ones: forces older than mankind who work to extinguish the light.

Meanwhile, he’s stepped right in the middle of a power struggle between a Thai Mafia kingpin and his counterpart in the Russian Mafia.

Caught in the middle of a triangle of powers seeking to dominate the land, Max doesn’t stand a chance of surviving.

But he will not be denied, no matter the cost.

And maybe, along the way, he’ll find the balance he seeks, and ultimately, redemption.


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The Bad Beginning

Title: The Bad Beginning
Author: Peter J. White
Publisher: Self/English Unlimited LLC
Pages: 614
Genre: Paranormal Vigilante Justice Thrillers / Classic Horror

Go back to the beginning of the highly-rated Ghost Hunter series with this prequel:

Max Sinclair, a former special forces officer, thought he could leave his violent past behind when he resigned his commission and moved to Thailand to train in Muay Thai.

But when the powerful and dangerous Amnat Meut, the Thai mafia, begins enlarging their grip on the world of Muay Thai boxing, Max’s peaceful retreat becomes a fight for survival.

As he battles to protect his beloved camp and the people he’s grown to care for, Max discovers a hidden ability to see the dead. But will his newfound gift be enough to save him from losing everything, including his very soul?

Ghost Hunter: The Bad Beginning is the gripping prequel to the series, delving into the dark past and supernatural powers of one man’s quest for redemption.



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