Book of the Day 9/30/22

James Lawler’s novel, In the Twinkling of an Eye, takes readers on a heart pounding, thrilling journey. I always say that writers write what they know. This espionage thriller fits right into that statement. Filled with several compelling themes, the novel focuses on a Russian-North Korean conspiracy to develop a devastating biological weapon for assassination, terror, and genocide. James Lawler, the author, is a senior CIA operations officer who has spent his career battling the spread of weapons of mass destruction.

Book of the Day 9/26/22

Going Off Script is one of the best selling titles on Bookshop right now, and for good reason. This magnificent memoir presents an unforgettable story about resilience and faith. The book shares Ruth Doeschner’s life story – from her challenging upbringing in Ghana to her life in the United States of America. A story filled with adversity, hardships, and success; the book is certain to motivate readers to overcome the odds in their own lives.

Book of the Day 9/22/22

Sending People to Heaven: The Undertaker is one of the most thoughtful and touching books that I’ve read this year. It shines light on a profession that will affect all of us – but is one that we rarely think about. The novel tells the story of John, a licensed mortician working within the unseen world of caring for the dead.

Book of the Day 9/20/22

If you are interested in art that mixes comic, pop art, vintage, and retro styles with Jewish themes, then The Art of Anshie is the book for you. Personally, my background studying art is limited to say the least. But I found Anshie’s work to be fascinating. The book, in a way, felt like a journey through his mind. His art is unlike anything I’ve ever seen, and his attention to the little details is quite amazing.

Book of the Day 9/19/22

We could all use a little bit of inspiration, and I hope this book helps. Daily Inspirational Quotes and Sayings is a transformative book that was inspired by the extraordinary beauty of every day experiences. Within these pages, readers will experience a one-of-a-kind work of art that combines the beauty of the visual with the written word.

Book of the Day 9/13/22

Not Afraid to Fall is an incredible book filled with a whole lot of heart. It’s a true story about the author, Brian Hall, and his battle with Parkinson’s disease. At the young age of 14, he already began to show symptoms. For some, the diagnosis would be crippling – both physically and mentally. But Brian is a man filled with tenacity, strength, and spirit. Parkinson’s disease was not the end, it was just the beginning.

Book of the Day 9/12/22

I Want To Be is an impactful book that will make a big difference in your child’s life. Both engaging and motivational, it teaches kids to believe in themselves and embrace all of the wonderful opportunities that the future holds. It’s so important to have career discussions with children at an early age. However, conveying the message can be a challenge. With this book, you gain an invaluable resource that teaches the importance of striving to be the very best version of yourself.

Book of the Day 9/9/22

Our Book of the Day is an essential companion for spouses of firefighters and other first-responders. Written by Dr. Rachelle Zemlok, a clinical psychologist and a happy fire spouse, The Firefighter Family Academy is filled with information to support you and your family in a profession like no other.

Book of the Day 9/7/22

Ordinary Life is a captivating new novel that offers a new twist to the murder mystery genre. In addition to being a fascinating story, it’s an insightful examination of sexuality and identity. One thing is for certain – you will have a hard time putting down Sakile King’s ambitious story.

Book of the Day 9/6/22

If you are a dog lover, get the tissues ready, and experience a heartwarming tale about love, acceptance, and never giving up. Our Book of the Day, Farkle Finds His Furever Home, is the first book in the Farkle and Friends book series and it is a story that you will always remember.

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