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  • The Dark Roads | Wayne Lemmons

    The Dark Roads

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Wayne Lemmons
    • Narrated By Greta Gorsuch
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    In 2020 the sun betrays the inhabitants of planet Earth, finally penetrating an abused ozone layer, and scorching the world and decimating its population. A group of men including Richie, Buddy, and the unlikely Elvis trek out from Miami, Florida, headed as far to the north as they can make it. Richie, the leader of their faction, suggests Alaska as the most favorable destination. They find themselves navigating the US and Canadian highways through long and lonely nights, sleeping in underground dwellings to avoid the deadly radiation of the daylight hours.

    Kelly Rickard says: "A Great book and excellently written"
  • The Story's Writer | Wayne Lemmons

    The Story's Writer

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By Wayne Lemmons
    • Narrated By Greta Gorsuch
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    Grant is handsome, charismatic, and charming. He's also a horror novelist who's had moderate success in his craft. The only thing more attractive than the man is the fact that he actually wants to meet Amy's son, Bailey. Bailey is independent for his age, as competent at caring for his own daily needs as most children twice his age, and he soon warms to the charming writer. Months later, after Bailey and his mother have taken up residence with this new man, odd behaviors begin to emerge....

    Loehmer says: "Libertine story and how it was narrated."
  • The Five-Second Rule: 20 Short Stories to Pick Up | Thomas Leverett

    The Five-Second Rule: 20 Short Stories to Pick Up

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 27 mins)
    • By Thomas Leverett
    • Narrated By Greta Gorsuch
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    These 20 short stories were written from 2006 to 2013 by Thomas Leverett, who spent years teaching ESL - thus learning to scorn flourish and pretension in writing. His stories are bold and memorable

  • A Basket of Roses: Standing in My Shoes | Tatiana Whigham

    A Basket of Roses: Standing in My Shoes

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    • By Tatiana Whigham
    • Narrated By Greta Gorsuch
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    Sometimes, it's hard to understand others until we realize firsthand what it's like to stand in his/her shoes. In this piece, I've written about a family whose lives have been torn apart by simple mistakes made along the way. By holding to the truth of Romans 8:28, each character is forced to press on in faith by trusting God to mend the things that they themselves cannot change.

  • Seaside Series Trilogy: Romance Novellas | Sandra W. Burch

    Seaside Series Trilogy: Romance Novellas

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    • By Sandra W. Burch
    • Narrated By Greta Gorsuch
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    After being injured in a paparazzi-induced car accident, Phoenix Chamberlain returns to Seaside Haven to recuperate. There he meets resort manager, Sierra Ramstad, who is used to being the boss and not keen on taking orders from others. Not only did the accident change Phoenix physically, it also broke his spirit. But with the help of Sierra and his therapist, he decides he can overcome the doctor's grim prognosis and learn to enjoy life again.

  • Do You Know Your Worth? | Tatiana Whigham

    Do You Know Your Worth?

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    • By Tatiana Whigham
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    You probably don't know me, and no, I don't know you, but the purpose of this book is to reveal to you what God can do. It says in Jeremiah 29:11 that God has a plan and purpose for our lives, but in order to live those purposes out, we first have to grasp the fact that we're worth the pain, worth the struggle, and worth God's grace. If you don't believe in the value that God has on your life, then you can't live right no matter how hard you try. It hurts me to see how so many Christians today have yet to realize their worth in God.

  • Valley Drift | TJ Weeks,Kris Weeks

    Valley Drift

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    • By TJ Weeks, Kris Weeks
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    Welcome to the Valley Drift series. This series is the complete Devil Days series. Here is where you'll find possession and a town that is put through the mill.

  • A Dozen Crime Stories | Thomas Leverett

    A Dozen Crime Stories

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    • By Thomas Leverett
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    Despite their common setting, these stories neither glorify nor castigate this store, which has come to play such a central role in small-town USA life. These are simply crime stories, direct, sometimes humorous, and well-written.

  • Listen | Francesca G. Varela

    Listen

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Francesca G. Varela
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    May is a piano-genius college freshman who dreams of becoming a brilliant composer. In her school's practice rooms she meets Conner, an undeniably unattractive junior, and she is immediately captivated by his raw musicality on the piano. As May tries to navigate college life and fulfill her music dreams, Conner pulls her toward the natural world, toward her own wildness, and, ultimately, toward the wildness within her music as well.

  • Call of the Sun Child | Francesca G. Varela

    Call of the Sun Child

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By Francesca G. Varela
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    Sempra has lived all of her 16 years in an enclosed dome called the Circadia Stable Living Facility. It is structured, sustainable, and windowless. After the sun grew in intensity, causing society to become nocturnal, it was the only safe place to go. No one remembers the outside world. For 150 years the government has warned them about the deadly sun, and savage, vengeful outsiders. There is only one punishment for any crime: to be exiled from the facility. But Sempra is curious.

  • For the Family: Short Story Based on Threatened Loyalties, Book 1 | J. F. Ridgley

    For the Family: Short Story Based on Threatened Loyalties, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (33 mins)
    • By J. F. Ridgley
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    Viciria is an actual person who lived. She is real and her son, Marcus Nonius Balbus, actually became the first citizen of Herculaneum. Before this wealthy resort city was buried by Vesuvius in AD 79, she was known as The Witch. At title well-earned for sure. But why? What could happen in her life that could change such a gentle creature? Find out in the accompanying short story to Threatened Loyalties also by J F Ridgley.

    lindam@islands.vi says: "Left Me Wanting More"
  • Do Unto: A Short Story and Twenty Others | Thomas Leverett

    Do Unto: A Short Story and Twenty Others

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 10 mins)
    • By Thomas Leverett
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    Twenty-one short stories best described as Americana, although not all stories are set in the US. The style is from an ESL/EFL background: free of flowery prose or oblique references. The reference to the Golden Rule amounts to this: All of life is noticing how what you do comes back around to affect you. Short stories must, by nature, embrace this.

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