This the story of KC…the good little Diggy Dog who does naughty things. He used to live in a shelter and like all the Diggy Dogs, he dreamed of being adopted. Then one day, Mommy and Daddy came to the shelter and picked him out of all the other Diggy Dogs. He was so happy to be…Continue
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Will immersion in sports help two adopted Cambodian boys with special needs navigate their way towards a beautiful American manhood?
Will the author―queer, white, far from rich―survive the difficulties, mistakes, stupidities, flaws, longings and pitfalls of…Continue
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This is the true story of a courageous single woman’s quest to adopt two international children, despite what often seemed like insurmountable obstacles. Lorilyn Roberts weaves a tale that is nothing short of inspiring. Heartfelt, beautifully written and engaging from cover to cover, this is a story of perseverance, tenacity, and immeasurable love on the part of a broken divorcee who follows her dream to become a mother. In the process she learns what it means to trust in God completely,…Continue
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Check out the newest review of my book, on top of that the book ranked # 30 this morning and is now # 48.
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Aleja Bennett was adopted in the early seventies after being abandoned and left in an apartment alone with her older siblings. The Author was only six months old and suffered with pnuemonia shortly after that.
Aleja Bennett was adopted at the age of two years by a woman who was barren. The couple abused, starved, tortured, rejected and…Continue
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I don't have room in my current library for more books, but I liked Unwind so much that it's on my wish list for when I do. Moreover, I have been recommending it to all my reader friends--and now am recommending it to you. Unwind is a fabulous read!
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Can one live alone? Can wild things be tamed? If one always has an exit through which one can escape, is that trust? These are the ideas explored by Clay Carmichael in first young adult novel aptly named Wild Things.
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