Book Reviews Articles
Funny romance stories always make for a great time. Romance and humor is simply an unbeatable combination. Being funny comes naturally to many and if you are like me, you have to have some memorized quotes just in case you have to crack a joke.
Romance short stories mean exactly as they sound. They are not very long and they give a deeper insight into the lives of characters in regard to love. Love, seduction and romance are the three things that go together. They have been known to change lives and societies. Since man discovered woman, he has been on a quest to learn how to seduce her.
A romance story is a love story between two people as told by a romance author. The purpose of the story is to communicate all that happens between two lovers before they arrive on that love that is miraculously unbeatable. Love is dramatic in itself. Telling a fictional story that depicts all the ups and downs of the characters is what a writer has to achieve with excellence.
Historical romance is exactly as it sounds. It is affection and love told with rich history. There are very many authors who have been able to bring great masterpieces through this sub genre. History is one part of life that we cannot escape.
Romance books are pieces of literature that are written to talk about love and affection. The largest driving force in the world is love and more so, romance. With this fact in mind, many people have come up to write about it, capturing an untold number of audiences.
Romance novels are books that tell stories of love in a dramatic and inspiring way. All people who love life appreciate romance novels. Try to imagine a world without them! All would not be the same. They are the very basis of what we get up to when it comes to managing relationships with affection.
A book review of John Broger's book Self-Confrontation: A Manual for In-Depth Discipleship. This manual is not intended to be read simply as you would a typical book, but used instead as a roadmap to completely inventory and restructure a person's life.
It wasn't until the early 1970's when I was introduced to Jay Adams that I begin to see a great distinction between generic counseling and genuine biblical counseling. I was 21 years old at the time when the pastor of our new formed church bought and read Adam's book "Competent to Counsel." My pastor raved on the significance of the book and proceeded to indoctrinate our small flock with its contents. I didn't fully understand his zeal at the time, and it wasn't until I was older that I came to appreciate his feelings.
Dr. Tyler compares the notion of selfism (self-esteem) to the life and practices of Jesus Christ. By so doing, he demonstrates that self-esteem flies directly in the face of what Christ was teaching others, i.e., we should serve each other.
A short book review on President Ronald Reagan's book, "Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation." In 1983, President Reagan wrote an essay for the "Human Life Review" entitled, "Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation." This brief writing of his pro-life philosophy was published in book form a year later. It was expanded to approximately to 95 pages with lengthy afterwords by Surgeon General C. Everett Koop and British essayist Malcolm Muggeridge.
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