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Most people have brushed against the odd, the macabre, or the unexplained. These experiences leave those involved grateful to be alive, morbidly curious, shattered emotionally, or dead—but it never leaves them unchanged. Many of the stories depict such occurrences.
My adventure module, A Pipeful of Trouble, for low level characters and published by D-oom Games is now available in electronic formatte. It has great art and maps, the adventure goals are exciting, and the module contains a nice mixture of combat and role-playing, making it appealing to most gamers. Check it out and get your game on!
The module will be available in hard copy, too, with an estimated availability of May.
This is a great adventure tale delving into the prehistory of America via the story of a family desperately attempting to reunite after being separated in the American West during the mid-19th century.
An interesting book about Christian values and lifestyle.
Predestination is an important concept for Christians to understand. This book explains and promotes it.
This important book describes holiness both in general and in relation to God. All Christians can benefit from a careful reading of the text.
A good book with some interesting ideas, though I think some of the arguments invalid.
This is a nice companion piece to The Power of Positive Thinking, though it can be read alone. Peale includes many inspiring anecdotes supporting his positive principle strategies.
A wonderful inspirational book for all those seeking to improve themselves.
Those interested in early role-playing games should do themselves a favour and check out the Grognardia site for information about the history, inspiration, and tropes of the industry.
Read "Rose Mary" by Dante Gabriel Rossetti and change your life for the better.
Buckle up. Change is coming. Use this guide to live the life you were meant to have.
Birds can help us to understand the qualities and attributes of both God and man. Stott has a winner here for all Christians, bird-lovers or not, to grow in the faith.
Sub-titled "Christian Faith and the Discipleship of the Mind," this is a good book about the role of theology and grapples with science and religion, evolution, and atheism, providing a proper Christian response to these topics.
Dreesman has a winner with his debut fantasy novel.