An exciting new novel from South African author, Nape Motana. Babatunde’s Heroic Journey is the story of Babatunde Okoronkwo, a Nigerian recipient of a Russian scholarship who does not return to his country once his schooling is complete. As the Soviet flag tumbles into a new epoch, he is consumed by zeal to be part of the transformation of a new society. He raises his hand and says, “Here am I, send me!”—having no idea where the answer to that prayer might lead him.
Now Available in paperback and eBook: Legal Issues Journal, Volume 6, Issue 2 (July 2018)
Legal Issues is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original research on all legal issues affecting society, including: law and genetics/biosciences; law and justice; law and philosophy; law and medicine; law and business; and law and equality.
The fear of God and attention to wisdom are essential for spiritual formation and growth toward spiritual maturity. Miller takes us on a journey back and forth through the Bible—especially Proverbs—showing us pieces we might never have seen. Who imagined the animals looking back on Jesus as he cleansed the Temple, or thought about the fear of Isaac under the knife at Moriah, realized that Balaam had God’s ear, or that Epaphroditus is the essential “blue collar” Christian? How about a game called “pig and farmer”?
Contract Law Reviewing and Revision Study Guide! An excellent companion to any United Kingdom Contract Law course! Pulling together the important concepts, issues, cases, statutes, and terms in one place, this book is the perfect revision and study companion. Use it in parallel with your course lectures and textbooks, use it for periodic reviewing of the material, and then use it for exam revision.
Now Available for Pre-Order! An excellent companion to any United Kingdom Contract Law course!
Mohammed Subhan Hussain. Contract Law: Review & Revision Study Guide. Sulis Academic Press, 2018. ISBN: 978-1-946849-26-7 eISBN: 978-1-946849-27-4. 235pp.
Now Available – Onesimus: A Novel of Christianity in the Roman Empire.
“A fresh look at he Christian faith at its inception, through the eyes of a pagan slave—a story of love and betrayal, deception and revelation, and a search for integrity in a world of self-aggrandizement.” (Jonathan Sparks)
A deeply-researched story of a remarkable man and his remarkable family, who lived in remarkable times and who left an impact that intertwines with the history of America and extends from the eastern ocean to the western one. It is a story worth rescuing from beneath grandma’s back porch, and gluing back together, and being read by everyone who has an evening passing interest in America’s beginnings.
Here is an excellent and detailed review of ProWritingAid, written by Lewis Parrot for The Freelance Effect.