I probably shouldn’t say this out loud, but ever since I got home on Monday, it has been sunny. We have had nothing but rain for what feels like six months. Is it finally over? Is it SPRING??? Feels like Spring. Looks like Spring. TO THE PLANT STORE!!!

Left For Dead: Morecambe Bay Trilogy 1 (Book 1)
by Paul J. Teague
4.2 Stars (1,477 Reviews)
Genre: Crime Fiction | Mystery | Thrillers

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The first book in the Morecambe Bay series…
A return to the past. Two guilty secrets. A memory that won’t stay buried…
When Charlotte and Will Grayson return to the seaside resort where they met as teenagers, they hope it’ll help to heal the wounds in their marriage.

But visiting the dilapidated holiday camp where their relationship began brings terrible memories back from the past.

The man who’d once made their lives hell has come back to find them – only, the last time they saw him, they’d left him for dead on the beach.

As the threats to their new life become more severe, Charlotte and Will discover that they were mistaken about what happened to Bruce Craven on that fateful night.

And now he’s returned to finish off what was started thirty years ago.

Sometimes the past is best left alone

This book contains mild violence, bad language and occasional sexual references.

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Westward Wanderers: The Complete Trilogy
by Angela Castillo
4.7 Stars (163 Reviews)
Genre: Historical Fiction | Religion & Spirituality | Westerns

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Clean Christian Historic Fiction with romantic elements
Three Complete Books in the Westward Wanderers Trilogy

Book 1: Where He Leads
Compared to an arranged marriage to the odious Bernard Regent, a prairie schooner on the Oregon Trail doesn’t seem like such a bad trade to Amethyst Kent.

When desperate Martha Davis reveals her need for a mother’s helper on the trail, Ami decides to up and leave the pampered life she’s always known for a land of freedom. But trail life is hardly a tea party, and Ami must draw from the deepest wells of her faith to survive. With the sunset always before her, and Shiloh Talon, a handsome trail scout, guiding the way, she might just make it through.

Book 2: The Dawn Wakers

The last four months have been tough for Ellie, traveling the Oregon trail with her mother and four siblings. Though scarlet fever left her with a weakened heart, she’s pushed ahead with determination.

Thaddeus dreams of becoming a pastor, though his affluent family expects him to follow in his banker father’s footsteps.

Thaddeus and Ellie meet every morning on the trail to sing hymns and pray. Soon they realize they want to be together forever. But the trail is harsh, and a mysterious drifter may threaten their love. Can their faith see them through to God’s perfect plan?

Book 3: Season of Flight

Two sisters experience the adventure of a lifetime…
Fern longs to see the ocean, so she’s asked to accompany a wagon load of bees to Emerald City, Oregon, she jumps at the chance.

Iris, Fern’s sister, has always been content to stay at home. But a vision from God compels her to find her sister… alone.

What will the Founder sisters find waiting for them in the coastal town? Perhaps true love… or danger beyond their wildest imaginations. Their sisterly bond will be challenged in ways they never dreamed… can they pass the test?

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THE FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT: The Measure of Christian Maturity
by Andy Ripley
4.4 Stars (30 Reviews)
Genre: Religion & Spirituality

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In II Corinthians 13:5 we are told to examine ourselves to see if we are in the faith. In Lamentations 3:40 we are told to examine our ways and test them, and to return to doing things the Lord’s way. In I Corinthians 11:28 we are to examine ourselves before we partake of communion, to see if we are right with God. In Hebrews 12:15 we are to see to it that no one among us falls short of the grace that God has given us. Galatians 6:4 tells each of us to test his own actions. The writer of Psalm 139:23-24 implores the Lord to search his heart and find out if there is any wicked way in him that needs to be addressed and repented of. These and many other passages of scripture urge us towards self-examination and self-judgement. The Bible provides a few measuring sticks by which we can estimate our growth and progress in spiritual things. The fruit of the Spirit in Galatians chapter five is one of those measuring sticks. Using these nine aspects of the fruit of the Spirit, we can get an accurate estimate of our spiritual growth and see if we are at least heading in the right direction and maturing in God.

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Murder On The Caledonian Queen: A Helen & Martha Cozy Mystery Series
by Sigrid Vansandt
4.4 Stars (196 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery

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Helen Ryes and Martha Littleword, two Americans living in England, become fast friends and amateur sleuths when a murder lands them in hot water. Killers unfortunately rarely stop at just one murder and the tome-filled libraries, ivy-covered manor homes, and lush countryside of England can be decidedly deadly!

“There doesn’t seem to be a person on board he hasn’t inflicted hurt upon… “-Martha Littleword
What does a famous rock star, a wealthy software engineer, a Swedish boat captain and Helen Ryes-Cousins all have in common? Murder!

When a vicious extortionist and corporate blackguard, is killed aboard the elegant Luxemotor hotel barge, The Caledonian Queen, everyone is a suspect — especially Helen.

Invited for a luxury trip up the bewitching Caledonian canal, Martha and Helen are asked to assess the value of a rare sixteenth-century manuscript. But it’s all a ruse. Their chick trip goes deadly when someone stuffs a dead man in Helen’s closet and uses her clothes steamer to cosh him on the head.

The deep, mysterious lochs of Scotland may have fish, but none are as big as the one being used to bait in a monster.Grab a cup of tea, tuck yourself in somewhere cozy, and nibble on a few pieces of shortbread. The girls are on an adventure of Highland proportions.


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Collected Easter Horror Shorts (Collected Horror Shorts Book 2)
by Multiple Authors
4.1 Stars (168 Reviews)
Genre: Horror | Holidays

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From the darkest recesses of some of the horror world’s most chilling minds, Kevin J. Kennedy brings back together some of the authors that brought you Collected Christmas Horror Shorts, alongside several new authors, from upcoming indie stars to Amazon top sellers.

Whether you like Easter or not, you’ll certainly have a different view of it after you read the stories contained within these pages.

Grab an Easter egg, dim the lights, get cozy and get ready for some chilling tales by some of the horror world’s finest.

C.S.Anderson – He Has Risen
Christopher Motz – Magic Awaits
Veronica Smith? – It’s Not All About Bunnies and Chocolates
Peter Oliver Wonder? – Easter Gunny
Mark Cassell? – The Rebirth
Andrew Lennon? – Trying To Write A Horror Story
Mark Lukens? – Mia’s Easter Basket
Lex Jones? – SonnesHill
JC Michael? – Lord of The Dance
Steven Stacy – Echoes of The Bunny-Man
Weston Kincade? & David Chrisley – An Easter Prayer
Christina Bergling? – Hatch
James Matthew Byers? – Killer Jelly Beans from Outer Space (poem)
Jeff Menapace? – Paying It Forward
Jeff Strand? – Rotten Eggs
Lisa Vasquez? – Bunny and Clyde
Mark Fleming? – Sulphur
Suzanne Fox – Last Supper
Briana Robertson? – Baby Blues
Latashia Figueroa – Easter Eggs
Amy Cross – Lamb to Slaughter
Kevin J. Kennedy – A Town Called Easter

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