Drawing Close to God is a Scripture Journal organized by topic to give you quick and easy access to God’s word for each need you may have. There are prayers, Illustrations that you can color while meditating on the word and even a prayer journal that you can keep those prayers organized for easy reference.More info →
Angels Mikey and Gabby like to play pranks. But most of all they love to use their powers to help children. In this story they are sent to Earth to help a boy named Cameron make friends.
When Cameron finds an amazing rock, he receives a magical gift. It isn't until that gift is taken away that he learns about the joys of sharing and helping to make others happy.
If your idea of a goddess resembles a Hollywood screen goddess, you might be surprised to learn that there are goddesses with tiger’s teeth, dog’s legs, and leopard’s tails, that can become birds, snakes, or any number of other creatures. They might live in a cave, in the ocean, on a mountain, travel the universe, or reside on the moon. That they lived long before mankind existed and, in fact, created the world for us to live on. From birth to death and beyond there is a goddess for every eventuality! This illustrated compendium of Goddesses from around the world will tell you more than you thought there was to know about the lives, loves, and character of these divinities.More info →
In this short story collection, author Peggy Marceaux tantalizes you with astronaut cat adventures, a ghost gun causing chaos, and a planet that cowboys fear.
AstroCats, Trapped in Space
Three Molly cats rocket into outer space where are they walk on the moon, then jet over to the international space station. Deuteronomy and Jelly Roll each have near death experiences, before they travel to the Tabby star and return home. Yet, instead of a long rest, they are directed back into space and this time their mission is Mars!
Chasing a Ghost
A valuable, George Washington Flint Lock Saddle Pistol is bequeathed to Billie Mac’s sister, and by golly that better be where it stays. Every time it is moved from her home, or is stolen, the person involved with it, is killed—by the gun itself; no one else has a “hand” on it. Right?
Two spacemen who work the Borealis colors have a little too much lager one night and, quite unexpectedly, lasso a comet. That comet whisks them through a black hole that, ultimately, leads them to the hell planet. This was an experience they wouldn’t have taken even on a dare.More info →
This happy-go-lucky little Bear cub loves to explore! One day he follows a butterfly into the dark woods where he sees a curious sight and a shimmering light. A beautiful white horse needs help and this tiny young bear hurries to save him. What follows is a magically inspirational tale of what can happen if you follow your heart, have good in your soul, and do good deeds.
“Once you receive the gold on your head, the magic will flourish, the magic will spread.”More info →
Peggy presents the best of both ‘French’ worlds in this fifth BeakSpeak book of adventures.
A Crawfish Boil leads to a lesson on the French War and the migration of the Acadian people who settled in south Louisiana and became known as the Cajuns. This led the chickens on a field trip to New Orleans, to partake in some famous Cajun cuisine, enjoy a bayou festival and practice their newly learned French vocabulary.
Later, with a formal invitation to Paris for a very special family event, Peggy decides to bring the BeakSpeak group with her. They explore the grand city, the famous food and the historical sites with some chicken hi-jinks of course.
This action-packed story is full of history, dissension, celebration and of course, the French Connection.More info →
Andre Nguyen Van Chau was born in Vietnam in 1935.
"Where My Heart Is", his first collection of poems has only faint echoes from his his two collections of short stories, published in 2015. Indeed, " "Night and Day", and "Journeys into Darkness and Light' offer scenes that one way or another touch the real life of the author. "Where My Heart Is" contains poems which if taken individually may simply express emotions of the moment, but when taken as a whole may reveal his deepest feelings of two decades when the poems were written. Taken as a whole, the poems touch the universal sentiments of human nature. Each poem appears to be a window open to the world outside and revealing what is otherwise hidden in his soul.More info →
Karl Had Everything. He was engaged to be married and the bookstore he owned as part of the family business was thriving. Life was good until his father's heart attack; losing everything in a span of weeks and none of it was his doing. In Karl's eyes, those closest to him had failed him. He wanted to run away from it all, but fate and God wouldn't let him. He finds himself on a journey he never would have thought possible. Karl's passage through certain life challenges brings him to the place he was meant to be and eventually to the woman he would love for the rest of his life.More info →
This personal memoir relates the adventures and escapades of a country tomboy from a Western Kansas wheat farm, who became a world traveler. Her adventures began on an enlightening train trip to San Francisco at the age of 18, and then proceeds with her eye-opening solo trip around the world.
The actualization of Judy’s wanderlust has taken her to all seven continents, dozens of World Heritage Sites, seven Olympics, seven seas (now eight), dozens of World Heritage Sites and a zillion nooks and crannies. Looking back over the seven Olympics decades, she realizes that she has lived a life beyond her greatest imaginations.
So strap on your seat belt and join in the rollicking ride of a life-time with Judy Meandering Between The Raindrops as she leads a charmed and joyous life filled her exhilarating sojourns.More info →
This Limited Edition Hardback book combines all three of the inspirational stories from "The Painting Trilogy" into one, beautiful hardcover book. The dust jacket has a specially designed trinity symbol portraying the three glorious covers all merged together to make one unique image. There is even a heartfelt Preface in the beginning that explains the tie-in to the hidden symbolism. Get your copy today!More info →
Gods, where do they come from? Why are there so many of them? Through the ages mankind has wrestled with this question and all its ramifications. Scholars of many disciplines scour dusty archives, archaeologists explore hidden tombs, students of languages seek to decipher the meaning of unknown words. Some of the many forms these beings have taken in every land around the world are explored within this book.More info →
Some stories can live forever, especially in the hearts and minds of children. This story is a real-life example of one. You have to read it to believe it!
"Growing up, our Nanny used to tell us bedtime stories about Kings and Monsters, Magic Lamps, Genies, and Flying Rugs. Later in my youth, I thrilled in reading Comic Books... My favorite thing to do was to take all of the characters I got to know from books and merge them together to make my own stories." One story I was unable to finish, and 25 years later, a school mate requested I finish the story for him.More info →