CHARLES LYTTON - The Cool Side of the Pillow
Charles Lytton's ability to capture memories from his childhood and enrich them with spellbinding storytelling is back! His first book featured not only tales of growing up along the New River in Southwest Virginia, but recipes that evinced the sights and smells of rural life in the mid 20th century. Readers clamored for more, and in this new book, this
ZEKE LAM - subMISSION
What is the greatest challenge that the Church is facing today? In one word, author Zeke Lam suggests that the following is the greatest challenge: submission, or the lack thereof. It is not the external forces that nullify the testimony of a vibrant and Christ-centered Church. Instead it is the lack of submission to the Lord within the heart of each believer. Zeke Lam shares
JAMES P. HERNDON - Jack's Shop, Beyond the Front Porch
Follow the antics and adventures of a young boy growing up in rural Virginia during the1950s and 60s. It may bring to mind a far simpler and, in some ways, misguided period in the history of the south. A bygone era of outhouses, skunks, and the simple pleasures of country living is fondly recalled with a unique sampling of poignant humor. Throu
JAMES P. HERNDON - Jack's Shop, The Long Road Back
The story of Jim Herndon's life in rural Virginia after being afflicted with acute encephalitis on the cusp of becoming a teenager is an authentic and inspiring story of real America. One is taken on journeys through our health system, teenage customs, rural landscapes, and family family family. Mr. Herndon's vivid and nostalgic tales are invaluabl
SUSIE MCKENNA - Last Tracks
Young married couple Andy and Deana Harris head up to Canada on an exciting snowshoe adventure. When Deana's snowshoe breaks, her husband leaves her to go for help--or does he? Deana soon comes to the horrifying realization that her husband has left her for dead, and she must use all her wilderness know-how to get out alive.
DELIA RAY - Ghost Girl, A Blue Ridge Mountain Story
Eleven-year-old April Sloane has never set foot in a school before, and now that President Hoover and his wife are building a one-room schoolhouse in the hollow of the Blue Ridge Mountains where April lives, she is eager to attend it. But these are the Depression years, and Mama, who has been grieving ever since the accidental death of her seven-y
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