One of the days to remember and to be thankful for all the special people and good things in your life is Thanksgiving.
This book encourages children and adults alike to stop and count their blessings for family, friends, and the simple pleasures in life.
Jerry Pruitt loves his tiny Kansas town so much that he is trying to bring it back to life by renovating and reopening some of its businesses.
But the disappearance of a young woman and her grandmother, the strange circumstances surrounding the event, and his possible part in it begin to consume Jerry and threaten to undermine his dreams for the town, his marriage, and even his sanity.
Jordan’s skateboarding days are over, now the only wheels he rides are the ones on his wheelchair. It’s no wonder that he enjoys escaping to the virtual world in his computer, and when the boundaries between the real world and the virtual world overlap, no one can blame him for choosing a world where he can be whole again.
When Lexi agrees to play the computer game, she’s really just trying to be polite, but her life and the lives of everyone they know will never be the same as their bond creates an intersection point between different realities.
Luke Davis is about to set out on the adventure of a lifetime, cruising the Hawaiian Islands and the South Pacific on his first sailboat, which he’d just restored. Just before he is about to depart, he is approached by the granddaughter of one of the richest men in all of Asia to charter his yacht. He didn’t really need the money and certainly not the intrusion of her security team but, overcome by her beauty and intrigued with her sailing experience, he is about to embark on a voyage that a young man from rural Missouri could never have dreamed.