What a great day for a good book!

by | Sep 26, 2011

It is overcast and a bit rainy and cool today so it is the perfect day to curl up with a  good book and read!  I love to read for entertainment but I also love to read for my improvement!  Here are a few books I have come across that I would recommend:

You can find this on Amazon:  It is Rebecca St. James new book that has just been released!  Rebecca is a very godly woman with incredible insight for young women!


Everyone has experienced some pain at times in life, this next book was written by our personal life coach Ramon Presson you can find it in bookstores or on Amazon as well:


Now, forgive me but I must tell you that of course right now my fav would have to be this next one but it won’t be released until October 11th, you can preorder it online at any online bookstore including Amazon and you will be able to find it in bookstores around the country on the 11th:

It was the week before Halloween in the Fall of 1988:

Radio announcer Bill Scott answered the blinking request line.  A weak, timid and very scared young girl began desperately pleading for help.  She said she was being held prisoner in a witch’s coven.  As she spoke a voice that was clearly not human exploded from her lips.  Bill’s life would be changed forever.

With little practical knowledge of demon possession and no experience in exorcism, Bill and his wife invited the tormented woman to live with them, naively believing that they could help her.  The Day Satan Called is Bill Scott’s riveting account of the next eighteen excruciating months in his life.

He lived in constant fear.  Human and inhuman voices punctuated the night.  Noises.  Threats. Cursing.  Blasphemies.  Objects falling and moving.  Doors opening and closing.  Strange visitors and callers.  Yet, he seized the opportunity to try helping the woman find deliverance.

This story of demon possession is unlike any other account you may have read about or seen in movies.  The hellish manifestations of malevolent spirits are chillingly familiar, but the author’s experience is bizarrely unconventional.

The Day Satan called is a frightening reminder of why so many sober minded people believe that evil and it’s dark kingdom of demons thrives in this earthly domain, disguised and cunning but here nonetheless.


I hope your day is incredibly blessed!

Janet Scott