It is hard to imagine a world without Shakespeare. We still struggle to keep up with a writer who could think a mile a minute, whose words paint pictures that shift like clouds.
AN EXPOSITION Upon the thirteenth Chapter of the REVELATION.
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The Refuge by Rae Simons. Kate Ties the Knot by Loree Lough. Tender Remembrance by Una McManus.
Bewick's Select fables of Æsop and others.
The Alaskan Way by Marilou H. Heaven's Child by Gina Fields. The Starfire Quilt by Alice Allen. Hearth of Fire by Colleen L. What Love Remembers by Muncy G. For a Song by Kathleen Scarth. Walking the Dog by Gail Sattler. Promise Me Forever by Andrea Boeshaar. Where Leads the Heart by Colleen Coble. Albert's Destiny by Birdie L. Summer Place by Peggy Darty. The Healing Promise by Hannah Alexander.
Along Unfamiliar Paths by Ann Rognlie. The Wedding Wish by Loree Lough. In Lizzy's Image by Carolyn R. Texas Honor by Debra White Smith.
Rich Blessings by Racine Leonard Davis. Sweet Surrender by JoAnn A.
English-language manuscript verse in the Houghton Library circa 1000-1820,
The Perfect Wife by Gina Fields. After the Storm by Yvonne Lehman. Rehoboth by DiAnn Mills. A Child of Promise by Jill Stengl. Tend the Light by Susannah Hayden. One More Chance by Kimberley Comeaux. A Sense of Belonging by Terry Fowler. Em's Only Chance by Rosey Dow. Second Time Around by Andrea Boeshaar. Seasons by Gail Gaymer Martin. Maid of Honor by Carolyn R. Song of the Cimarron by Kelly R. Call of the Mountain by Yvonne Lehman. Piano Lessons by Gail Sattler. Silent Stranger by Peggy Darty. Prize Package by Catherine Runyon. The Reluctant Bride by Helen Spears. Out of the Darkness by Dianna Crawford.
Sealed with a Kiss by Loree Lough. Faith in the Great Southland by Mary Hawkins. Love Remembered by Ann Bell. Born for This Love by Brenda Bancroft. Hope in the Great Southland by Mary Hawkins. Fortress of Love by Melanie Panagiotopoulos. Country Charm by DiAnn Mills. Love in the Great Southland by Mary Hawkins. Gone Camping by Gail Sattler.
A Tender Melody by Birdie L. Stranger's Bride by Denise Hunter. Dreaming of Castles by Gail Gaymer Martin. Hidden Trails by Janelle Burnham Schneider. Behind The Mask by Lauralee Bliss. Escape by Kathleen Paul. Time for a Miracle by Jill Stengl. Drink from the Sky by Darlene Mindrup. Ozark Sunrise by Hannah Alexander. Somewhere a Rainbow by Yvonne Lehman.