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Best Vampire Books

With the final Twilight installment heading to cinemas later this year - vampire literature seems to be springing up from every direction. In light of the endto Stephanie Meyer's popular tale, here is a top ten list of the best vampire books that you should really sink your teeth into.

God Wants You!

While throughout recorded history mankind has sought after God, few people seem to recognize the incredible ways in which God has sought after mankind. We fail to recognize what God is like and how He wants to be in a relationship with every person on earth. Some people are stuck with a mental image

Making Drums

When I received my copy of Making Drums for review I knew at first glance that I had come upon something great. As a drum maker and photographer myself I could really appreciate the work that obviously went into the collection of images for all the drums discussed. I believe it would make a great co

Your Daycare Library - Books to Make Your Daycare Feel Like Home

Daycares are a special place where children should feel warm, welcome and safe. Good books help to create that safe, nurturing environment. We've selected a few that we think will help every daycare provider create an amazing reading space in their facility.

Here's Your Sign by Bill Engvall

Bill Engvall has been performing comedy for over 20 years, but since he joined up with Jeff Foxworthy, Ron White, and Larry the Cable Guy in "Blue Collar Comedy Tour" it seems his career has skyrocketed, just as it has for the other three. For all those that are familiar with his comedy ro

Because He Loves Me By Elyse M Fitzpatrick

Because He Loves Me: How Christ Transforms Our Daily Life is not necessarily for beginners even though it does go back to the beginning and the Gospel. We are constantly reminded of what our 'chief end' is to be and not to be sidetracked by life and what the world is saying to us.

Poems: Islamic Form, Haiku, Poetic Prose (and Imagery)

So many times this month I've felt the alienation within the city's lost children. It's normal, like the the cry of a weeping penguin, who calls to another over a lost and darkening sorrow. In many of my poems I praised so much of the culture, the fine elements and way of life, carrie

England's Most Notorious Serial Killer

The world's most famous and successful detective character, and England's most notorious serial killer and mutilating butcher of women, existed together in England's Victorian age, and in her largest city, London. It was inevitable that their paths would cross. And cross they do. In r

A Modern Day Frankenstein?

Envision the tools of modern science in the hands of a deranged scientist with an uncanny urge to create a new race. Nanotechnology, stem cell treatment, all the cutting-edge technology you can think of, what would MAN become?

Darrin McMahon's "Happiness" - A History That Ended Too Soon

Darrin McMahon is an immensely skilled historian and writer. His book, "Happiness... a History" is captivating. Yet, it may have been a single chapter short of being a philosophical landmark. McMahon's history of happiness reaches back as far as Socrates, takes us through the middle a

Love and Faith: The Inseparable Force

What is love?How do you define it?How do you sustain it?Many surely seek love, but as easily as they claim to find it soon fall out of love.What part does faith play in securing a love that lasts a lifetime?Can you have one without the other?

Short Story, Two Plus One, Plan of Deceit

A young woman finds out the details about a deceitful hoax which was played on her in high school. The Senior Ball for Melissa was not a night of positive memories. The hoax played on her effected her all through college and then into her adult life and career after college. A horrific accident brou