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CrossReads Short Takes: Little Bits & Genna’s Fight

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes Little Bits A compilation of short stories from the authors of Winged Publications by J. Carol Nemeth Here’s an eclectic mix of fiction genres presented in 15 short stories to keep avid readers moving through the pages. From multi-published authors at Winged Publications, this collection includes genres from cozy […]

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CrossReads Short Takes: A Valentine’s Wedding & The Healer

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes A Valentine’s Wedding A Celebration of Black love Chronicles of Warfare Style (The Chronicles of Warfare) by Melinda Michelle Beau and Israelneisha have decided to tie the knot. Beau goes out of his way to plan a fairy tale wedding for his future bride to show her just how […]

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CrossReads Short Takes: Love’s Inner Journey & To Ever Keep My Heart

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes Love’s Inner Journey by Peggy McGee Hannah Jensen, who was called homely Hannah as a child and negatively compared to her beautiful and popular older sister, was in dire need of a transformation. After her only relationship ended in a cruel way, she decided to reinvent herself. Finishing her […]

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CrossReads Short Takes: Aimee Cupid & Romance Under Wraps

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes Aimee Cupid (Angel Tweet Series Book 1) by Peggy McGee Preview a heartwarming Valentine story and then send it as a Kindle “tweet” for only $.99 to someone special! This book is designed for the person who wishes to make a difference in other people’s lives by giving them […]

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CrossReads Short Takes: A Home for My Heart & Soon the Dawn

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes A Home for My Heart by Norma Gail (Author) From Book 1: Blessings come when you leave the familiar and take a step of faith.Alone and betrayed by a former fiancé, American professor Bonny Bryant accepts a position at a small college in Fort William, Scotland. But when she […]

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CrossReads Short Takes: It All Started at the Masquerade & It Was Not My Time

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes It All Started at the Masquerade by Janice Cole Hopkins When Melanie Carter’s older brother decides she’s to marry Lott Jenkins, a wealthy man who has the reputation of being harsh and unbearable, she knows her life has just started on a downward spiral. However, she’s determined to trust […]

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CrossReads Short Takes: When Heaven Sighs & Romance Under Wraps

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes When Heaven Sighs by Susan Guinn Death & deceit stalk the city sidewalks of Nashville, Music City USA. A scream in the night A hideous sight What message is told arousing an ancient foe with hatred unleashed upon a sleeping world’s peace Heaven on one side, hell on the […]

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CrossReads Short Takes: The Letters & To Ever Keep My Heart

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes The Letters by C. Kevin Thompson Rachel Hamar–a Manhattan bank teller–lives nothing close to a Manhattan lifestyle. Residing in Washington Heights, NY, the only thing keeping her in The Big Apple is her mother–a long-time patient in a local psychiatric hospital. It’s December 2014, and the twentieth anniversary of […]

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CrossReads Short Takes: In Due Season & Becoming a Christian and Living a Blessed Life 12/23/2020

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes In Due Season A Story of Colonial Williamsburg by Sandi Rebert Born in a London workhouse, John has suffered years of physical and verbal abuse. Finally managing to escape, he stows away on a ship bound for the colonies, only to be discovered while out at sea. After another […]

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CrossReads Short Takes: Stop Blaming God For the Work of the Enemy & A Date with Danger

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes Stop Blaming God For the Work of the Enemy by Troy Edwards And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High (Dan. 7:25) Satan is a slanderer who has deceived men into falsely blaming God for his own […]

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