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Book of the Day – Buddernut Adventures Papa’s Princess Picks Apples – Rebecca Outlaw

Enter the world of a beautiful little girl who is kind, loving, and giving. Her name is Aurielle, but her grandmother lovingly calls her Buddernut. Buddernut has a language that only she and other children her age understand. Adults only hear baby-gibberish when Buddernut speaks. Somehow, Buddernut can help the adults understand what she is trying to say. Buddernut is very observant. In Series Two, Buddernut notices a homeless family. Everyone else seems to pass the homeless family without a thought, but not Buddernut. I am excited for you to read what Buddernut does and how she lovingly helps the homeless family. PAPACESSPULLPULLS!

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3CqPFpg

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Book Spotlight – Bishops and Deacons – David Harris

Booklet:  Bishops and Deacons. 

Genre: Christian. 

Pages: 20

Website: http://www.goodbooklets.com

Blurb: Do divorce and remarriage disqualify a man from becoming a Pastor or Deacon?  This study answers that question and many more without any consideration of historic positions or religious decrees.

How do you get the idea for your novel Bishops and Deacons?

The qualification of bishops and deacons is given based solely on the holy scriptures without any consideration of traditional church teachings or hearsay. 

What is your favorite line from your book? 

My favorite line is: “The enemy of all fundamentalist churches is the KJV 1611 Bible.”

What message do you hope readers will take away from your book?

 It is hopeful that the reader will give more heed to the scriptures than traditional church teachings. 

How did you get published? 

All booklets/ebooklets are self-published. 

What have been your greatest literary accomplishments?

 A great literary accomplishment for me is the Christian novel:  “A Song For Zipporah.” 

Do you have any new books in the works? 

I am considering writing two other books.

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Book Spotlight of the Day – girls in search of cover – Pamela Mshana

girls in search of cover is a novel set against the backdrop of three generations of women scarred by rape. It dramatizes a girl’s journey through the belly of the beast and her triumph above the brutal legacy of her matriarchs.

Carmia is a troubled young African-American girl whose drug-addicted mother relocates Carmia and her brother to Bovina, Mississippi—a deeply religious backwater where they all move in with Carmia’s grandmother, Ma Evans.

Carmia grows up an outsider in Bovina. Mother Johns, a conniving church leader with a dark hatred for Ma Evans, convinces the community that Ma Evans’ entire bloodline, including Carmia, is cursed.

After a series of tragic deaths, Carmia begins to think so too. As a teenager faced with a life of violence, church hurt, and sexual trauma, will her hope of a better life be enough for her to overcome? Will the voices of her ancestors (spiritual cloud of witnesses), give her strength enough to escape the abuse her matriarchs suffered?

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3MAnJmz

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Book Spotlight of the Day – All The Preacher’s Wives Anthology

There has never been a book that presented an opportunity for the wives of pastors to share stories within the company of a sisterhood.

All The Preacher’s Wives, hosted by former model-turned-successful Dallas real estate investor Tonisha Fanchon, is written to provide a peek behind the curtain of being a pastor’s wife. It acts as a guide to women who may be considering marrying a pastor, and for couples who are looking to get into ministry.

These twenty women are currently or were previously married to men in ministry, and share their stories about marriage, raising kids while in the ministry: as well as the challenges within the church congregation, navigating money issues, and more.

Go to https://allthepreacherswives.com and use Promo Code: Team Velma for $5 off. Available for a short time.
Link to purchase: https://allthepreacherswives.com

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Meet Buddernut – Aurielle

Enter the world of a beautiful little girl who is kind, loving, and giving. Her name is Aurielle, 5, but her grandmother lovingly calls her Buddernut. Buddernut has a language that only she and other children her age understand. Adults only hear baby-gibberish when Buddernut speaks. Somehow, Buddernut can help the adults understand what she is trying to say. Buddernut is very observant.

Her books are Buddernut Adventures: Gamma Loves Strawberries Just Like Aurielle and Buddernut Adventures Papa’s Princess Picks Apples.