Teen & Young Adult

May 28, 2018

Pumpkin Pie

"Pumpkin Pie" by  Katelyn Brawn

| Twitter | Instagram | Happily ever after is possible. It's getting there that's hard. For no one is this more true than high school senior, Michelle "Elle" Conner. Elle is a simple, hard working girl from a small town in the middle of East Jesus Nowhere. Cast as a secondary character in her own life, Elle lives in the constant shadow of her annoying twin sisters. Her mother's cold shoulder coupled with her father's absence leaves Elle feeling isolated in her own home. Her one escape is waitressing at the local pie shop, Hap-PIE-ly Ever After. Despite her hardships, a surprising accident during senior year turns everything on its ear. Once upon a time she was nobody, but perhaps her fairytale is closer than she thinks.

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April 2, 2018

Waiting On God Sucks

"Waiting On God Sucks" by Tjay Bagwell

If God is so good why do you feel so bad? If you have invested in God but have yet to feel the results of that investment then this book is for you. While you're waiting on his blessings it can feel like you've been manipulated or tricked; I know how hard that wait is. This book will encourage you, let you know you aren't alone, and help you feel better while you wait.  I know it feels like others are experiencing more fun and living a more exciting life while you're handcuffed to the commitments that you've made to God.  You're not going to get any argument from me telling you that you're wrong to feel that way.  I know what a letdown it is to read in the Bible how God is supposed to love, protect and support you if you dedicate yourself to him, then struggle everyday with loneliness, confusion, and boredom.  I've been right where you are; it feels like your parents, preachers, teachers, and even God himself, has tricked you.  You're a teen or young adult that has been promised a fulfilling, abundant life, but what you've experienced in your Christian walk hasn't matched what you've been taught. 

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March 25, 2018

Josephine Marlin and The Alternatives

"Josephine Marlin and The Alternatives" by  Karen Eastland

Two will die. Four will rise. Are they our only hope? Just when I thought things couldn’t get any worse, my entire life was upended. I found myself in a race against time to save a friend, and damn it if someone wasn’t trying to kill me as well. I’m Josephine Marlin, and today I woke up in a dark, wet, smelly room. I had no freakin’ clue where I was but knew someone else was locked up with me. They weren’t talking, though they cried a lot, and damn did my head hurt. Brain was absolutely no help and the next thing I knew, my friends started to change into... well let’s just say this year’s Christmas party will not lack intrigue, nor an abundance of Laurel wreaths.

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March 1, 2018

The Tales of Kamaran

"The Tales of Kamaran" by Ethan Kane

Is there really a Bermuda Triangle? Was there really an Atlantis? How come, after decades of high-tech searching and hundreds of millions of dollars spent, we have never been able to connect with any Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence? Is it mere coincidence that most of the ancient civilizations (along the Nile, the Tigris-Euphrates and the Indus Valley) started around 3000 BCE? 43 years ago, a 17-year-old thought hard and long about these and other questions. He saw that they might all be connected, so he wrote an epic, The Tales of Kamaran to provide the answers. In 5 connected stories, the full picture emerges of what happened several millennia ago, and the implications for us today. He kept it unpublished for decades, afraid that the world would be angry at him for what he was thinking. He is no longer afraid. You should not be afraid either. Read and see if the truth is hidden in this fantastic book.

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