Category: Shorehouse Books

Books published by Shorehouse Books

WWI-ERA Novel by Jim Saunders Swings to the Beat of Animal Dances

By blending the eyewitness accounts of letters with historical fiction, ANIMAL DANCES creates an engaging story of a young man conscripted into war, who discovers an unknown capacity to be bold and decisive, while enduring unimaginable hardship. Before the war,…

Western Romance with a Humorous Twist-The Montana Joe Series by Deb Martin-Webster

This week our first featured author is Deb Martin-Webster and her Montana Joe Romance series. Written with a good amount of humor, the three books so far in this series have captivated the loyal readers of  western/romance fiction.  Originally from…

HOPress-Shorehouse Books Highlights Keith Stewart and Mary I. Farr

This week, our featured authors are Keith Stewart and Mary Farr.  They both bring us joy through raucous laughter and quiet inspiration.  Please support our authors and their work!  Keith gave us the funny and captivating Bernadette Peters Hates Me…

Farewell Amelia Mary: Long Time Looking: A selection of Stories, Essays, Life Experience Vignettes, Epiphanies, and Verse from the 1930’s to now, 2016.

  The stories and vignettes in this book represent the experiences and memories from World War II veteran H.J. Worthington. A first-time author at the age of 90, Mr. Worthington offers readers a personal journey through some of America’s most…

Winning a Debate with an Israel-Hater: How to Effectively Challenge Anti-Israel Extremists in Your Neighborhood

Buy on Amazon Winning a Debate with an Israel-Hater: How to Effectively Challenge Anti-Israel Extremists in Your Neighborhood It often happens in the middle of an otherwise pleasant day — you’re shopping, or walking across a college campus, and you…

The Promise in Plan B: What We Bring To The Next Chapter In Our Lives

Buy on Amazon The Promise in Plan B: What We Bring To The Next Chapter In Our Lives Life offers us plenty of opportunities. We construct our life plan—our Plan A, but life is never so simple. It tests us…