The Hallelujah Girls
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THE STORY: Hilarity abounds when the feisty females of Eden Falls, Georgia, decide to shake up their lives. The action in this rollicking Southern comedy takes place in SPA-DEE-DAH!, the abandoned church-turned-day-spa where this group of friends g
The fifth book in the Daughters of the Faith Series, The Hallelujah Lass tells the story of Eliza Shirley, a 16-year-old girl who traveled from England to pioneer the work of the Salvation Army in the United States. The Daughters of the Faith Series gives teens fascinating character-building stories of real girls from history who did extraordinary things for God.
From prize-winning Colorado author Carolyn Evans Campbell, the explosive opening of the American West comes alive through the trials and triumphs of one invincible woman, Jenna Daggett. In this epic novel, young Jenna is orphaned on a covered wagon journey to California, then hardened under the cruel guardianship of zealot missionaries. Wagon master Blue changes Jenna’s fate, leads her to Sutters Fort, then to Hacienda San Gabriel and the tutelage of a bitter spinster humiliated by Mexico’s defeat by the United States. Within the conflict of two cultures, she becomes a desirable woman, passionate for a murderous Mexican, then enchanted by a bewitching Irishman entrenched in statehood politics. Jenna inherits Hacienda San Gabriel and emerges a rich entrepreneur in bawdy San Francisco, speculating in cattle, railroads, gold and real estate before her dramatic return journey to Colorado. Fireweed, A Woman’s Saga in Gold Rush America, spans fifteen years, 1848 to 1863. Through sweeping prose and colorful characters, Fireweed creates a vivid and authentic portrait of early California and the promise of the American West. “A coherent and entertaining read of endearing characters. Definitely the best regional novel in years.” Colorado Central Magazine Carolyn Evans Campbell One of the West’s most versatile writers, Carolyn Evans Campbell has drawn deeply from her life in Latin America, California and Colorado. With five books of poetry and a full-length play, The Ballad of Hallelujah House, she received the Colorado Book Award and first prize for five consecutive years from the Colorado Authors League. THE SURVIVORS “These here are fireweeds – ain’t they grand? There must have been a grass fire here. These are the first flowers to poke up through the charred ground. God must take care of them.” She picked a stalk and handed it to Jenna. “We all got to be like the fireweed.” THE SAN GABRIEL FIRE Already, the fire wind was spiraling across the meadow, a scorching dragon’s breath sparking other fires. Devil Flames danced like madmen, open-mouthed, frenzied. “Satan’s Hell,” the padre shouted. “Can’t you see? It’s Lucifer leading a revolt of the angels.” THE SEA OFF MONTEREY “Without warning, a large wave crashed and sent its watery tongue deep into the beach, lapping up shells and tangles of slimy kelp, lifting and sucking Jenna into the hungry sea. . . . Jenna felt the grip of two strong hands grab her under the arms and lift her out of the greedy water.” SAN FRANCISCO Some streets and walkways were planked with wood; others were cluttered with stepping stones of wooden crates, barrels, old stoves, broken wagons and garbage. Although many surrounding hills were sweet with wild, ripe strawberries, the town smelled of fish and manure, stagnant marshes, oil and smoke from the ships. COLORADO When at last the stage turned directly south toward Denver, the sun felt warm, the trees blew gracefully In feather-green leaves just opening, new and timid like a young girl in her first party dress. The range of white-peaked mountains bordered Jenna’s journey, their lofty beauty thrilling her moment by moment and when a meadowlark sang, her heart sang with it. ACCOLADES “A sprawling saga of America’s westward expansion.” Denver Post/Rocky Mountain News “Fireweed’s episodic structure and geographic scope burn bright, offering narrative energy and unexpected beauty in a rugged new world.” Evergreen Living Magazine Willa Cather Literary Award Finalist for the best in literature for women’s stories set in the West. Heekin Group Foundation Special Award in Fiction Hackney Literary Awa
This book covers various aspects of the social history of politics on both sides of the Iron Curtain in the period 1945 to 1956. The contributors come from a range of countries (Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia and the United Kingdom) and comprise a mixture of established historians and younger scholars engaged in pioneering research. The chosen time-frame saw most of the decisive developments which set the pattern for the remaining Cold War period and is therefore of key importance for any student of this topic.
1946-53, the XX century's "Middle Ages". AmeriKKKans arraign their kosher folk as the USSR's moles. SSoviets mirror that and might ship their Jews to starving, icy Siberian mini Zion named the Jewish Autonomous Region. Kissing rumps is better than tasting their fruits, the Soviet life teaches Roma, 13. The police summon his dad, jail the brass and friends. Some commit suicide. The boy is ripe for his show-trial too. In that bedlam, girls pour their hearts to him. Yet, he plans to swim to Turkey. Fishgal's PIDDLER ON THE HOOF shows Roma's childhood. MEIN KRAMPF does his fiery, forbidden love to a Russian coach, 22, later. As a gentleman, he made his intriguing, truthful books independent. His horse sense, crisp and funny language, topsy-turvy idioms and plays of words are striking. NOTE. Internet has idiotic machine translations of the title. Therefore, Kosher=Jewish, hook=nose, Kosher Hook = Yid, Kike, Zhid and "Jewish Question" (in Marx’s liberation, Hitler’s slaughter, Stalin’s exile, etc.)
“It had been a Second Coming sky all day, which meant they might be in heaven by this evening.” So begins the uproarious and tender tale of Roxanne Fish, daughter of Sister Zelda Fish and Pastor Winston Fish of the First Assembly of God Church of Ames, Iowa, who believe fervently in the imminent return of Jesus to take the Christians up to heaven. The Fishes’ older daughter, Colleen, wants no part of their exuberant faith (“Where are you going, young lady?” “To find my real family!”), but Roxy longs to be saved even as she fears her sinful desires, such as marrying Elvis Presley when she grows up. If she grows up. Roxy lives in a world populated by angels with blue noses and demons who follow her around whispering “God doesn’t like you.” And sinners, sinners everywhere, easily identifiable by their makeup and capri pants and knowledge of television programs. Her soul’s journey through this wicked world to her own particular salvation—with an assist from the Queen of Soul herself, Aretha Franklin—is unforgettable. Rhoda Huffey’s affection for her characters shines in every line. She handles large themes with a sure hand, perfect comic timing, and an utter originality that make The Hallelujah Side a joy.
This deliriously funny new Jones Hope Wooten comedy is all about that four-letter word: L-O-V-E. Under a full moon on this unpredictable night of romance, these four rollicking tales take you on an around-the-globe journey of unexpected and hilarious twists and turns: A slick, successful used-car-selling Romeo in Dallas, Texas, believes he's answering Cupid's call, only to realize too late that he's wandered into a life-changing trap set by three fed-up Juliets. On an island getaway, The Hallelujah Girls, a group of fun-loving gals from Georgia, say aloha to their wild sides as they accidentally crash a Hawaiian honeymoon in progress. These five women—and Waikiki—will never be the same! In a rooftop London bistro, sparks fly when two strangers surprisingly start to connect, only to be thwarted by a hyperactive American tourist who's determined to be the center of attention, and the unpredictable antics of an ancient waitress who wields a wicked sousaphone. And finally, in Manhattan, a man tries to battle his way out of a mid-life crisis with an ill-advised and elaborate marriage proposal. Unfortunately, it all goes wildly off-track when his caterer passes out, a tap-dancing singing telegram girl breaks into sobs rather than song, his ex-wife saunters in wearing nothing but a bathrobe and a smile, and a cowering superhero inches nervously across his twelfth-floor window ledge. So, open your heart to romantic mayhem and come join the fun! By the time the evening is over and the moon works its magic, love will conquer all and your sides will ache from laughter!
"Four people unexpectedly learn a thing or two about themselves, about life, and about the Power of Love."--Back cover.
The non-stop hilarity of this Southern-fried farce highlights one day in the life of the Wilburn family of Mayhew, Arkansas. Meet D. Gene Wilburn, the owner and proprietor of the Reel 'Em Inn, the finest little fishing lodge in the Ozarks. Well, it used to be, but lately business is down, tourists are few, and the lone guest who's just checked in—an extremely jittery Carmine DeLuca from Chicago—is only there due to a location shift in the Witness Protection Program. Doesn't anybody just want to fish anymore? Certainly not D. Gene's frustrated wife, Wanelle, who's fed up with their lackluster romantic life. She's taken drastic steps to improve it through hypnotic suggestion and, for the life of him, D. Gene cannot understand why his pants keep falling down. D. Gene's feisty sister Maxie has her own problems, chief among them battling ageism to resume her career in law enforcement. She's determined to prove her worth by keeping Carmine DeLuca alive through the weekend—a task that's going to prove to be much harder than she bargained for since she keeps losing both her gun and the bullets. And she never anticipated the gangster Camine's been dodging for the last five years, Sonny Barbosa, is about to walk through the door, in hot pursuit of his sexy wife, Lola. Seems the headstong Lola has driven hundreds of miles to the lodge to follow her boytoy, D. Gene and Wanelle's son Ty. But Lola meets her match in Ty's seemingly innocent girlfriend, Jenna, whose patience has reached the breaking point after months of waiting for Ty to come home. In the deliciously funny romp that ensues, they all hide, lie, disguise themselves, cross-dress, and slam doors chasing one another, while trying to figure out the source of an increasingly awful stench. By then it's too late and the lodge is surrounded by vicious critters and hungry varmints that have followed the odor down from the hills. Yet by the delightfully chaotic climax of this one outrageous day, love blossoms, truths are revealed, and the lives of all—family, guests and gangsters alike—change in incredible and surprising ways. This side-splittingly funny Jones Hope Wooten comedy is guaranteed to win your audiences over—hook, line, and sinker!
Olin Idol acquired an interest in health and nutrition over 30 years ago while serving in the military. At that time he began using a multitude of vitamin and mineral supplements, and distilled water while continuing to eat the typical American Diet. This regime was maintained faithfully until the early 90's when he read a book by Rev. George H. Malkmus entitled "Why Christians Get Sick". The impact of this book on his lifestyle and diet was tremendous -- the dietary supplements were tossed aside as was the Standard American Diet (SAD). He embraced the "Hallelujah Diet" and lifestyle. While he had no major physical problem himself, the little aches and pains associated with aging, life-long sinus problems and headaches, and stomach problems simply disappeared. Olin had accepted Christ as his personal Saviour at the age of 14. After his discharge from the military in 1972, he attended college where he graduated with a degree in Religion with the intent of entering the ministry. Just prior to enrolling in seminary a chain of events in his personal life seemed to close the door to a full time ministry. While taking advantage of various opportunities to preach and teach it wasn't until after attending the Hallelujah Acres' Health Ministers training program that he developed his own health ministry. He began teaching others the basic essential of the "Hallelujah Diet" and lifestyle while at the same time continuing his personal studies in nutrition. Ultimately he earned his N.D. degree and subsequently attained Certification as a Nutritional Consultant (C.N.C.) by The American Association of Nutritional Consultants.