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The Still Small Voice Trilogy (3 Book Series)
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Angels and Guardrails: Book One of the Still Small Voice Trilogy

Three thousand pounds of jelly sliding backward down the highway; a child with no accordion; a father covered head to toe in pale, yellow paint. Thirty talks, dozens of stories, hundreds of scriptures and testimonies, one purpose: that we “press forward with a steadfastness in Christ, having a perfect brightness of hope, and a love of God and of all men” (2 Nephi 31:19).

The Still Small Voice Trilogy is a collection of talks given in a variety of settings and capacities in the LDS environment over the past 40 years, relevant to any follower of Christ, Mormon or not. Topics include faith, repentance, baptism, obedience, scripture study, fellowshipping, gratitude, education, idleness, service, families, humility, prophecy, listening, broken hearts and contrite spirits, journals, salvation, adversity, testimony, hypocrisy, agency, leadership, friends, mental health, money, self-reliance, reverence, parents, temples, kindness, righteousness, revelation, sacrifice, hope, the atonement, the Holy Ghost and hearing that still, small voice in a high-decibel world. Through them all, uniting them all, however, is a testimony of and witness for our Savior, Jesus Christ.

This is Book One.

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Modern Musings on Mormon Doctrine (10 Book Series)
From Book 1: This book is volume 1 of the Modern Musings on Mormon Doctrine series. The first part of this book will explain what an Intelligence is. Part two of this book will define what the Pre-spiritual existence was and how it commenced.

“Modern Musings on Mormon Doctrine” are my field guides to life for Latter-day Saints. They are an eclectic collection of classic Mormon theology for the common man, from a modern perspective. Obtuse readers need not read. Yet, the open minded may find pearls of great price, which pique your interests with the slightly obscure, uncommon, sacrosanct, and gnostic knowledge found herein. In yesteryear, referred to as repositories, tomes, or perhaps as in the study of things found in nature, a field guide. Designed lovingly to pass wisdom on to my posterity, but presented to others for their bemusement, enlightenment, amazement, or even befuddlement, whatever it might be.

Among other things, I will extrapolate the origin story according to Mormonism's mythos, with a guided journey through the beginning sparks of genesis; before your spirit was a spirit. Not to be confused with the usual milk toast, laborious lessons of drab, inconsequential candyfloss for your ears, our world has grown so accustomed to and welcomed. There are no feel good, trivial stories herein to be found. Buckle up for the meat portion of your diet.
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Times Of Turmoil (4 Book Series)
From Book 1: In the near future, the world as we know it will suddenly change. Natural disasters will lead to economic difficulties, leaving the United States on the edge of collapse. During this time of strife, members of the LDS Church will be invited by their leaders to survive the civil unrest by gathering to holy refuges.

In the midst of the turmoil, recently returned missionary Nathan Foster joins a secret team of men who help the Saints escape modern society’s implosion. Nathan is expected to devote all of his time and energy to this cause, but he faces a major personal obstacle in doing so—Marie Shaw.

Nathan has admired Marie since their high school days, and now she’s showing genuine interest in him as well. However, more national trouble erupts—including acts of bioterrorism on U.S. soil—that not only threatens to tear apart their relationship, but puts their lives in deep peril.

Readers who enjoyed the author’s bestselling Standing in Holy Places novels will find a new set of futuristic twists and turns in the Times of Turmoil series.
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Confessions of a Mormon Historian: The Diaries of Leonard J. Arrington, 1971–1997 (3 Book Series)
From Book 1: Leonard Arrington (1917–99) was born an Idaho chicken rancher whose early interests seemed not to extend much beyond the American west. Throughout his life, he tended to project a folksy persona, although nothing was farther from the truth.

He was, in fact, an intellectually oriented, academically driven young man, determined to explore the historical, economic, cultural, and religious issues of his time. After distinguishing himself at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) and serving in the army during World War II in North Africa and Italy, Arrington accepted a professorship at Utah State University. In 1972 he was called as the LDS Church Historian—an office he held for ten years until, following a stormy tenure full of controversy over whether the “New Mormon History” he championed was appropriate for the church, he was quietly released and transferred, along with the entire Church History Division, to Brigham Young University. It was hoped that this would remove the impression in people’s minds that his writings were church-approved.

His personal diaries reveal a man who was firmly committed to his church, as well as to rigorous historical scholarship. His eye for detail made him an important observer of “church headquarters culture.”
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Children of the Promise (5 Book Series)
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“Every era has its own refiner's fire, and World War II put general Church membership and Utah to a test,” Dean Hughes explains. In Children of the Promise, his first historical fiction series for adults, Dean shows through the eyes of the Thomas family how LDS families were tested to the limit.

“Most people agree it was a fascinating time in world and American history. In fact, there is a charm and nostalgia about that dramatic period,&rduqo; says the author. Dean weaves in those aspects among the conflict in the series. The first volume, Rumors of War opens in 1938 with Elder Alex Thomas and his companion serving in Germany. It soon becomes obvious that he will never complete his mission. War is coming, and that will affect not only Elder Thomas but also his family back home in Salt Lake City.

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The Carpenter Chronicles (4 Book Series)
From Book 1: Can a beautiful and principles international journalist love a man so much that she gives him up and settles for Mr. Almost Right?

Sacrifice is the inaugural romance novel for bestselling author Janice Limb Myers. It is the first of six Christian Romance stories in The Carpenter Chronicles series.

Carrie is the oldest of five children born into an affluent Mormon family in Midway, Utah. After finishing graduate school, she lands a job with a large newspaper in New York City, largely because of the reputation of her family’s publishing business. So she feels she must succeed to prove she can be a successful journalist without the use of her name.

Carrie’s family and friends tease her about her bad luck with dating and especially her Pollyanna attitudes about ‘forever after’ and finding her own Prince Charming. Still, she feels there’s a man God has meant for her. She just hopes she’ll find him before she qualifies for social security! Luckily she managed to make her way to an international desk assignment never guessing how it would change her life.

Imagine that you are a 28-year-old, beautiful female journalist who meets a handsome Prince while on an international assignment. You know a relationship with this hunk is impossible. After all, he’s a royal, you’re a commoner; he’s about to ascend to the throne as King, you’re just a struggling journalist. It’s just not happening! But the two of you keep getting thrown together because of your jobs.

As their relationship develops, the Prince’s mother, the Queen, decides to take matters into her own hands to prevent any further relationship between the two. Carrie recognizes the dangerous situation in which she’s placing the Prince by continuing to have contact with him. The Queen also emphasizes that this relationship is a risk to the future of the entire country as well as the monarchy. If Carrie continues her pursuit of the Prince, she risks everything for the royal family.

What the Queen doesn’t seem to understand is the Prince is also involved. Why doesn’t the Queen tell her own son to cut it off? Does all the responsibility fall on Carrie’s shoulders? She loves the Prince too much to go against his mother, but how can she forget him? How can she just walk away from the first man she’s ever really loved?

Can the interesting and handsome journalist Carrie meets at a palace press dinner sweep her off her feet and make her forget the Prince?

How will Prince Antonio react to his mother’s interference in his love life? Will he be swayed when he learns his father is about to step down and turn the throne over to him? Will he be forced to choose between being King and marrying Carrie? Which one will he sacrifice?

Or will Carrie have the strength to put Antonio and his country first and simply go home to the U.S. and the arms of the other journalist and never again return to Spain?

Be the first of your friends to buy this entertaining Christian Romance story. Do it today!

My promise to Readers: My characters show by their actions their faith in God and reliance on Him. Are they tempted? Of course! Do they need to seek forgiveness? Don't we all?

I promise there is no preaching, no swear words, no sexual scenes. Just good, clean faith-promoting romance.
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Remembering Seven Prophets (8 Book Series)
From Book 1: President Joseph Fielding Smith (1876 to 1972) , the tenth President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints represents a sort of welding link connecting all Church Presidents, past and present. The grandnephew of the founding Prophet, Joseph Smith, Jr., Joseph Fielding Smith was a contemporary of the succeeding fifteen Presidents of the Church. As a boy and a young man, he was personally acquainted with Presidents John Taylor, Wilford Woodruff, and Lorenzo Snow. He served in the Quorum of the Twelve during the administrations of his father, President Joseph F. Smith, and then under Presidents Heber J. Grant, George Albert Smith, and David O. McKay. By the time he was ordained as the tenth President of the Church on January 23, 1970, he had personally witnessed nearly a century of Church history. He was also a contemporary of the six Church Presidents who succeeded him after his death (as of November of 2014), having served in the First Presidency or the Quorum of the Twelve with Presidents Harold B. Lee, Spencer W. Kimball, Ezra Taft Benson, Howard W. Hunter, Gordon B. Hinckley, and Thomas S. Monson.
This book is the first part of a seven volume work entitled Remembering Seven Prophets, which are based upon the reminiscences President Smith's scribe and secretary, Francis M. Gibbons. Now in his ninety-fourth year, Brother Gibbons worked personally with seven Presidents of the Church and is the most prolific biographer of LDS Church Presidents in the history of the Church.
Included in this book are many unique stories, anecdotes and insights about President Joseph F. Smith which are available nowhere else.
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Joseph Smith Papers: Histories (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: Volume 1 of the Histories series, published in 2012, presents the six personal and church histories written, dictated, or closely supervised by Joseph Smith. This volume includes accounts of Joseph Smith’s foundational spiritual experiences, including his first vision of Deity, the ministering of the angel Moroni to him, the discovery of the gold plates and translation of the Book of Mormon, and the bestowal of priesthood authority. Other histories in this volume give a day-by-day account of the mid-1830s in Kirtland, Ohio, and Joseph Smith’s narration of the “Mormon War” and the events leading up his imprisonment in Missouri. Also included is Joseph Smith’s original summary of church beliefs and practices, later known as the Articles of Faith.
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The Kingdom And the Crown (3 Book Series)
From Book 1: In an ancient land in a time foretold by prophets, a babe was born beneath a shining star. Thirty years later, Jesus of Nazareth began teaching a message of hope, peace, and love. He claimed to be the Son of God, and his words - and his life - would change the world.

In Fishers of Men, the first volume in the new series The Kingdom and the Crown, best-selling author Gerald N. Lund transports us to the days of Christ's mortal ministry and invites us to experience the emotions and events of those extraordinary times.

Reports of Jesus of Nazareth have reached the ears of David ben Joseph, a merchant in Capernaum, who has waited and watched for the Messiah ever since a special, starlit night thirty years ago. He and his family decide to see for themselves whether or not the rumors are true and journey to hear Jesus.

Though David is quick to accept Jesus as the Messiah, the rest of his family is more cautious. His wife, Deborah, and his son, Simeon, leaders in the rebellious Zealot movement, look for a Messiah that will crush the Romans with power and the sword, not one preaching a message of love and forgiveness.

Meanwhile, reports of Jesus have reached into the very heart of Jerusalem, and both the powerful Sadducee Mordechai ben Uzziel and the Pharisee Azariah are growing uneasy with the news. Though they hold opposing political views, both agree that something must be done to stop this man from Nazareth before he gets out of hand. However, in Mordechai's own household the influence of the carpenter from Nazareth begins to create conflict.

Fishers of Men is a sweeping epic filled with memorable characters who bring to life an extraordinary time in the history of the world. It is a story about the importance of family, the power of faith, the miracle of forgiveness, and the strength needed to follow your heart.

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Learn the Piano (5 Book Series)
From Book 1: Book 1 of the Learn The Piano series is a self-guided, beginning piano course with an easy method that promotes good playing skills, techniques, and habits. These beginner piano lesson books teach students how to play piano following a simple and fast-progressing method. Many students are playing beginning songs with both hands by the second lesson.

Use our online video tutorials to help you learn at your own pace from a master piano teacher, Mary James. Our 5-note scale method will help you learn quickly with proper finger techniques which will help you easily progress to more advanced music.
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