Literature & Fiction

May 18, 2018

Remembering Eternity

"Remembering Eternity: The Game Begins" by Richard Dietrich Maddox

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | The path to enlightenment often takes a detour through the past… Skylar Seequn has left behind him wife, job, money, and status. He has vowed to rediscover the timeless bliss he knew as a child. As he visits the California paradise of his glory days, he finds shaggy surfers, washed-up hippies, and a deranged Vietnam vet. Little does he know, he’s only at the beginning of an astonishing and wonderful adventure. Through the wisdom of spiritual Masters, he’ll take a wild ride through past, present, and future. Experiencing his first love and the loss of everything he held dear all over again, Skylar’s new view on life may never be the same… "Remembering Eternity:The Game Begins" is the first volume in an inspiring series of spiritual and metaphysical novels. If you like transcendental journeys and adventures that teach and thrill in equal measure, then you’ll love Richard Dietrich Maddox’s ode to the baby boomer generation. Read "The Game Begins" to find the secret to permanent happiness.

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May 13, 2018

The Enlightenment of Joshua Inly

"The Enlightenment of Joshua Inly" by  Richard Dietrich Maddox

| Website | Facebook | Twitter  | Quora | A Magic Being; A Musical Genius; The Kindest Person You Ever Met… Joshua Inly has the wise eyes of a saint. When he plays his old piano, the stars seem to come down to earth. Wherever he goes, miracles happen, wishes are granted, and dreams are realized… Everyone is naturally drawn to this wonderful boy. His pure and innocent soul attracts all who meet him. When he encounters an old monk, a glorious spiritual adventure unfolds. "The Enlightenment of Joshua Inly" is an awe-inspiring spiritual novella. If you like everyday miracles, glorious possibilities, and mysterious endings, then you’ll love Richard Dietrich Maddox’s empowering tale. Read "The Enlightenment of Joshua Inly" to embark on your trip to happiness today!

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May 12, 2018

Come to the Altar

"Come to the Altar" by Stephanie Bolton

She’s a homeless orphan who has lost her trust in humanity and her faith in God. One cold winter night Caroline uses her last dying breath to pray for help one last time.  When she wakes up the next morning, she and her trusty Dalmatian Pongo are both safe and warm in a large bed. A stranger had saved her life. Can she open herself up to this woman long enough to accept her help or will she end up on the streets?  Alexis Jackson and her husband, Pastor Matthew have been trying and praying for a child for an entire year. They have had no luck. When a friend asks for their help taking care of a child, will they accept? Is this the reason God hasn’t blessed them with a child? Will Matthew be able to help this girl regain her trust in humanity but most importantly can he help her regain her faith in God? Will God answer their prayers?

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May 8, 2018

Remember to Forget

"Remember to Forget: (A Cozy Mystery)" by Jwyan C. Johnson

"She's an eye-witness. But she doesn't know it... at least not yet." After a Hollywood crime occurs in a small town, pressure sets in nationwide for answers. And detectives rely on their only lead: a teenage girl who saw the whole thing. The only obstacle is Dedra herself. Retrograde Amnesia has locked her out of her own answers from her own memory. But with a medical remedy to unlock it all, detectives suffer the additional mystery of her parents refusing to give consent. And Dedra must play detective herself to find the real reason why. With her hidden yearbook, and her tricky little sister, it’s an unfamiliar race down memory lane with lots of traffic, and shortcuts of insistence from sidekicks to pranksters to worse. But as justice becomes impatient, and family demands loyalty, Dedra faces a memorable dilemma: should she move past the past, explore it fully, or ‘remember to forget.’

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