This is a thin little book, but it is jam packed with some of the best marriage advice I have ever read. These are ten needs my husband has that I need to meet. It was eye opening, had examples, and very inspirational. My marriage is my top priority, and in marriage we are called to serve. This book provides great reminders of what I should be doing to meet my husband’s needs and be the wife that he very much deserves.
This is the best volume of ghost stories I have ever read. They make you think. They make you imagine. They make you feel someone watching you, someone breathing on the back of your neck. The women writers in this anthology really show that women have mastered the art of horror writing.
Fascinating sociological analysis of the joys and drawbacks of having or being an only child.
This book gives a scriptural basis for traditional gender roles. It is thorough and thought provoking.
This little book is filled with erotic longing and sublime fulfillment. Love poetry at its finest.
“Sylph” by Abigail Cloud is a rich, decadent read.
The three books on the left are excellent volumes of flash fiction and micro fiction. I really love short form fiction, and I’m always excited to find more of it. I’m on the look out for another excellent volume of micro fiction right now.