The Prodigal Son A Story by Danielle Steel
Peter McDowell loses everything in a matter of days in the stock market. He lost his livelihood and his marriage. All he has left is a lakeside cottage he inherited when his parents died. They left a modest estate to his twin brother Michael, who was a devoted father and a small-town doctor. He was Dr... Read More
Fine Things A Novel by Danielle Steel,
An up and coming young executive at Wolff’s, he is sent to San Francisco to open a new department store location. His high speed live made him uncomfortable and he didn’t realize what was missing in his life until he met Jane O’Reilly and her mother, Liz made him realize what was missing in his fast paced life.
Bernie and Liz m... Read More
I am an avid reader and I’ve been thinking of doing a book review for some time now. Given the opportunity I went for it, this is Erma’s Book Extravaganza. The only reviews I have seen are in the papers and magazines from professionals. I felt that someone else’s opinion might be worth while. Here you will find reviews coming from a regular person’s opinion... Read More
No Clean Clothes, By Robert Munsch, Read Aloud by Michael Martchenko
This story is about a little girl named Lacey, that hides her dirty clothes. But, one day she is all out of clean clothes. She runs to her mother and asked why she hadn’t washed her clothes... Read More
I’ll start with a set of books, the first being ‘Not My Will,'(But Thine Be Done) written by Francena Arnold. Her books may be purchased at Amazon. Francena has written somewhere between 7 to 9 books. They are Christian based. My favorite book is ‘Not My Will'(But Thine Be Done) Luke 22:42. The next one would be ‘The Read More
Now this is a book that stands on it’s own but also lead’s you from the character’s of ‘Not My Will’. I call The Light In My Window, a sequel. This book starts you off with Hope Thompson. A young girl not sure of herself went to a agency looking for a job. Having had a very bad experience at her last job she didn’t want to deal with men... Read More
Fruit For Tomorrow by Francena H. Arnold
An absorbing account of a disillusioned young woman’s search for happiness in a world of broken dreams.
To Virginia Martin it seemed dreams were designed to be shattered. And now the dream of her young life was about to prove just one more gigantic disappointment.
“It was pleasant sitting here on the cool terrace with the sha... Read More
The Road Winds On by Francena Arnold
“A winding path of self-examination _the road winds on. For Andy Lewis it is a long road. He is engaged to the lovely Kay Putney, and planning to go to the Congo after they marry, Andy marvels at the wonderful life in store for him. As a doctor and nurse they plan to help Andy’s father, Dr... Read More
ZOOM by Robert Munsch, Read Aloud by Michael Marchenko,
This story is about a little girl called Lauretta who was in a wheelchair. Her mother was at school to pick her up and Lauretta, said I need a new wheelchair. It was to be a surprise but we are going to find another wheelchair today. When they arrived her mother pointed out a 5 speed wheelchair... Read More
‘Straight Down A Crooked Lane’ another book by Francena Arnold.
Mary Jo Hallett who is seventeen is asked at the last minute to be a bridesmaid, for an old friend, that she had a spat with a couple of
years ago. When she gets to the rehearsal she meets a friend who was Twenty years old by the name of Jack Freeman... Read More
“The Deepening Stream” by Francena Arnold.
The dramatic and compelling story of a young newspaperman’s search for meaning and purpose in a career that suddenly began to go sour. Neil Abbott found that God’s ways are sometimes strange to human reasoning and “past finding out” until one allows himself to become the part of……………
The debate…... Read More
“Three-Shall-Be-One” by Francena Arnold is a story of love, quarreling, mystery and God’s hand bringing them together again. Chetwolde and Patricia thought husbands and wives quit loving each other then started to quarrel. They never doubted each other’s love but ugly bickering could arise between.
The first few years had been wonderful and they were really happy... Read More
A Brother Beloved. Dark broad-shouldered Gene was her responsibility since their mother past when she was only nine. He had been away ‘behind the iron curtain’. It brought him back a changed man. He is normal, said the doctors. She knew better, and ‘utterly powerless to help him... Read More
I’m So Embarrassed! This story is written by Robert Munsch and narrated by Michael Martchenko.
This story is about a little boy who’s name is Andrew, and is constantly embarrassed by his mother. I’m sure we adults know what that’s like. He finally agrees to go shopping in the mall because he really needs a pair of shoes... Read More