New Release Books by Amber Edwards

Amber Edwards is the author of Forty Days and Forty Nights (2021), Something Beautiful (2020), Singlehood and Social Identity (2019) and Too Many Cats! (2010).

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Forty Days and Forty Nights

release date: Jan 01, 2021
Forty Days and Forty Nights
"FORTY DAYS AND FORTY NIGHTS is a contemporary thriller set in the Mississippi River Delta. Thirty-nine days of torrential rain have swollen the river to the brink. Clementine Price-a young US Army Corps of Engineers officer born on a farm in the flood-plain of the Arkansas Delta-is battling to protect the people and homeland she loves from a catastrophic flood when she discovers that a richly funded domestic terrorist- hiding in plain sight in a beloved megachurch-has weaponized the natural disaster to inundate America's heartland. His plan to cleave the United States in half and found his own all-white nation is already in motion. Clementine has only hours to mobilize a make-shift army, engineer a strategy to turn nature's overwhelming force back onto the enemy, stop civil war, and save millions from drowning"--

Something Beautiful

release date: Jan 07, 2020
Something Beautiful
Do you ever feel like there’s more to life than what you are currently experiencing? From an early age, society would have women believe that our worth is found in outer appearance. We are made to think that being pretty and popular will make us happy. But what happens when we don’t feel pretty? When we never seem to be quite enough? When we’re rejected or made to feel inadequate or even invisible? There is so much more to you than what the world would have you see or believe. Join authors Jackie Tinkler and Amber Edwards as they share biblical encouragement weaved together with personal stories of how God changed them in the midst of disappointments, insecurities, and rejections. You will be encouraged as you see how He used the tattered and torn threads of these women’s lives to create an amazing life tapestry and gave them Something Beautiful to enjoy and celebrate. It’s time to redefine our beauty and worth according to God’s Word. b

Singlehood and Social Identity

release date: Jan 01, 2019
Singlehood and Social Identity
Single people tend to experience lower wellbeing than coupled people. One explanation for this phenomenon is that single people experience discrimination, which can negatively impact psychological wellbeing. Using data across two studies composed of single university students (N = 128) and single people from the community (N = 67), I examined whether identifying strongly with other singles might buffer the adverse effects of discrimination on wellbeing. The results demonstrated some inconsistent effects: greater singlehood commonality mitigated the negative impact of perceived discrimination on wellbeing in a sample of young singletons (Study 1), but exacerbated the negative impact of perceived discrimination on wellbeing in a community sample of singletons (Study 2). These findings hold implications for understanding the potential costs versus benefits of single people's group identification.

Too Many Cats!

release date: Jan 01, 2010
Too Many Cats!
A humorous story about what happens when Grandma & Grandad decide to get a pet.
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