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August 12, 2021

 

Author Joseph Fram has passed away

Another of our authors passed away this year. Joseph Fram, author of the 8-book poetry series “Joseph’s Journey,” went home to be with our Lord in July at age 89, after a long battle with cancer. He shared many of his struggles in his poems, along with his witty sense of humor.

Joe Fram's Author Page | Joe Fram's Scrapbook of Accomplishments

 

New books by Dana Pride

During the pandemic quarantine, Dana Pride was busy writing books - she had 6 books published in 9 months.


Financial Literacy Series

Steppingstones to Financial Success series for Middle School students now available!

 

April 4, 2021

Happy Easter!

This weekend, we celebrate the rising of our Lord and Savior, Jesus!

From all of us at Everlasting Publishing, we hope and pray you make the most of this wonderful day, reflecting on what Jesus did for us, when He took our sins to Calvary, died for us, and then He proved that He is who He says He is, the Son of God, by rising from the dead. Has anyone else done so much for you?

God bless you. We hope you have a chance to connect with your family in some way, and share the love fo Jesus in every way you can.

 

March 13, 2021

Spring is Coming!

I Want Ice Cream, Please

In Dana Pride’s latest book, she shares experiences and humor of parenting the every-happy Nathan, her special needs son who is on the autistic spectrum. Her insights can help parents to understand their unique child, and her suggestions may help parents to avoid some of the mistakes she made while learning to understand and best care for Nathan. This book is now available on Amazon.

Late Author Steven Lowell-Martin

We are still in shock over the sudden death of author Steven Lowell-Martin. He was so helpful, so cheerful and always had a kind and/or funny word about everything. We are in process of publishing his next book, which is a children’s book. Please continue  to keep his family in your prayers.

Steven’s three books

Steven’s non-fiction account of his experiences as a Seattle detective come alive in the revealing and sometimes funny book, Coptales. His other two books, Moses’ Chisel, an alternate history book, and Four Pounds of Pressure, a fictional crime story, are both intriguing novels. All three books are still available on Amazon.

Books by Steven Lowell-Martin

 

February 25, 2021

Sad News Feb. 2021

We are shocked and saddened to inform you that our author, Steven Lowell-Martin, passed away suddenly last Friday.

Please keep his family in your prayers.

 

February 14, 2021

Love Stories to Inspire

“Twin Flames” by Michelle Evans is a journey of a Christian Romance after a lifetime of disappointment. Moreo is giving up almost completely on the idea of love after three failed marriages and being in his 40’s. Can faith in God and an old flame reignite a passion for life, vitality and romance, change his perspective? Can Rena’s understanding of the Most High and human nature convince Moreo and the world that God’s love can be healing, loving, and thrilling? Twin Flames is available on Amazon.



"No One Like You" by Dana Pride is a love story set in Seattle in the 1970's. Sara, the daughter of a pastor (her parents are deaf) falls in love with Sammy, an artist who wants to be a rock musician. He is so charming and so captivating, Sara falls for him the day she meets him. She is quickly swept into his lifestyle by his confidence and his outpouring. How does he fit with her Christian upbringing? Her dad does not approve of Sammy.
Sara meets Sammy's friends and his Lebanese-American family, and she quickly finds her place in his life, as he seems to be able to provide everything she needs. As time passes, they become closer to each other, but there are problems. Sara is the only one Sammy trusts with his secret... a secret that will change both of their lives forever. And Sara has a secret she can't even share with Sammy. No One Like You is also available on Amazon. 

 

January 31, 2021

Welcome, 2021!

We at Everlasting Publishing hope you had a wonderful holiday season. A heartfelt Thank You for your support of our small business.

As we move ahead in this new year, we are looking forward to great things! We have a few publications in the works. We will be publishing Dana Pride’s next book, “I Want Ice Cream, Please: Lessons Learned from Our Autistic Son,” next month. Author Steven Martin has a children’s book coming soon, and the next book in “Steppingstones to Financial Success” should be available in the spring. 

You can meet our authors and find out about all the books we have available on our website.  Our books are also available on Amazon, both paperback and Kindle versions.

Blessings to you and your family. Let’s make this a great year by spreading kindness to everyone we meet.

 

December 25, 2020

Christmas Blessings

 

December 16, 2020

Christmas Greetings 2020

During this Christmas season, we at Everlasting Publishing would like to ask blessings upon you and your family.

We thank you for supporting small businesses such as ours, which is a very small publishing company run entirely by volunteers.  We also thank you for supporting our authors, artists and illustrators. Thank you for visiting everlastingpublishing.org

 

November 21, 2020

Let us be thankful this year.

We would like to thank you for your support of our authors.

You can read about our authors, Bonnie Barrigar, Michelle Evans, Joseph Fram, Steven Lowell-Martin, Pastor Willie Pride, Dana Pride and the others on our website authors page here and find out about their books. We encourage you to "shop small" when you are looking for gifts for your family, and our small company is a great place to start.

This is an unusual year, but God is still blessing us.  We have lost friends and family members, but we are still here. We hope you are staying safe with your family. We pray for you.

Have a bless Thanksgiving.

October 3, 2020

Steppingstones to Financial Success

Book A: Awareness

by Dana Pride and illustrated by Jahla Brown is now available for purchase on Amazon! This is a great book written for Middle School students, to help them begin their journey to financial success by starting now, becoming aware of their money coming in and going out, and with a few fun facts and true stories to help good financial habits begin to form.

This is the first book in a series.  Book B: Budgeting Basics for Beginners will be coming out later this year.  This is author Dana Pride's 20th book!  

Happy October to you!

September 19, 2020

Autumn 2020 and Book Winners!

We at Everlasting Publishing hope you are having a great autumn as we all are dealing with unusual circumstances. We have had 5 deaths in our family since spring; a total of 15 people we know have passed away since February. This is surely an unusual year. We hope you are doing well. We sympathize with you, we are praying for you who have lost loved ones this year.

We have not sent out a newsletter for a few months, and now that we are working towards some sort of normalcy, we see that we owe books to 15 new subscribers to our email list! We promised one in 10 subscribers would win a book, so we are a bit backed up. Here we go!

Congratulations to 

If your name is on this list, you won a free book!  You need to do 2 things to receive your book:
Select a book from our website everlastingpublishing.org and send us an emailwith your mailing address and book selection. We will then get your book in the mail to you!

God Bless You all and if you didn't win, we will have other opportunities soon! We will get through this together.

May 10, 2020

Blessings in May 2020

Greetings and blessings to all!  We at Everlasting Publishing hope you are staying safe and healthy. Happy Mother’s Day to all on this glorious day!  
 
We are excited to announce a first-time author is joining us, R. Michelle R. Evans, and we want to wish her a Happy Mother’s Day as well.  She is a mother, and her first book, “Twin Flames,” a very sweet Christian Romance, will be available later this month on Amazon.  Please join us in welcoming Michelle. 
 
Take a moment to call your mother – or someone who is a mother figure in your life - if you are not able to be with her today.

April 10, 2020

Words of Encouragement from author Dana Pride

Today, Good Friday, is also my birthday.  We all must make adjustments, no party, no family gathering, no feeling sorry for myself.  Today I am thankful to be having another birthday.  I am praying for those who are sick right now, and those who have lost family members and friends to this terrible disease.

During this time, I am caring for my dad, who is at risk so he is not allowed to see anyone else. This means every time I leave his home to get groceries or for medical reasons, I must be very careful, distancing from other people, being careful what I touch, and washing up when I return to his home. No, this is not normal, but this is life at this time. 

So I decided to take advantage of my time with Dad, my Quarantine Buddy, and cherish every moment we have together. He has cancer and he is in pain much of the time, but just being there with him, and not leaving him alone in his home is an encouragement to him and to me. We share memories, we laugh, we watch Westerns and Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy together. I try my best to get him to eat more (his doctor told him to eat as much as he wants!) and we discuss things besides this awful virus that is ravaging our world. We tell each other "I love you" often, and, most importantly, we pray together.

Enjoy your loved ones. Recall fond memories and make new ones. Let this be a time for prayer and family strength. Now would be a good time to start studying your Bible.

God Bless You,
Dana Pride

 

April 6, 2020

Today's words of encouragement are from author Steven Lowell-Martin, retired detective of Seattle Police Department

Many go free of the earth today and beyond, and we are puzzled as to why
The sun of their final day sets, dazzling in the cherished liberty thereof
The world will somehow heal from the passing, as it always has
We have no other choice
The sanctity of life remains, imprinted deeply by the shadows that death casts
We must always celebrate the radiance in the moment before endings, when granted a glimpse of heaven’s peace...
Note the warmth of the light’s moment, before the darkness grows near
We are set free of sadness in our remembering
The light will grow faint, yet remain a moment longer if willfully summoned
We therefore know that we are heard
The nightfall should not be feared, as it will soon renew the hope...
The silent shaded hillsides welcome another soul in unending gentle love
We draw solace together in an unspoken revelation…
That what is cloaked among all of us…
Cannot be lost.
Steven Lowell-Martin

 

April 3, 2020

We at Everlasting Publishing would like to share words of encouragement from our authors. 

Today's words come from Bonnie Barrigar, author of "Up From My Abyss," "Teutonic Tales" and "Adventura Highway."

Hello everyone!  I know that these times of social distancing are hard on us all and that this Coronavirus is truly frightening.  I just want to remind you that this time more than ever is a time for all of us to lean on God and lean on each other.  How can we humans support each other now?   There are a number of ways. The more healthy and fit among us can buy groceries and run other errands for those who aren't.

Everyone can give words of encouragement to people through phone calls, the internet, and sending pretty cards. 

We can make face masks for the brave people in the front lines of this battle -- doctors, nurses, and other health care workers, and send them words of encouragement and gratitude.  I just want to ensure everyone that I am staying healthy and well and so is my dog, Pepper.  I am  being careful to follow the new rules of staying on top of this crisis.  I am washing my hands frequently, avoiding crowds of more than ten people, keeping six feet between me and anyone I'm not with all the time, and staying in my apartment as much as I can.  I would gently advise everyone else to do the same. I am also gaining strength and safety through reading the word of the Lord.  Please keep in mind that while none of us should take unnecessary chances, it's wisest to respect, but not fear Old Knobby.  I call the Coronavirus "Old Knobby" because it looks like a round ball covered with knobs. But as scary and contagious as this thing is, God is more powerful. We all need to keep that in mind at this harrowing time.  In closing, want to share this Bible verse which is giving me courage to weather this pandemic. "The Lord will remove from you all sickness; and He will not put on you any of the harmful diseases of Egypt which you have known, but he will lay them on all who hate you." 

Also, I want to mention that I am working on two novels.  One of them, Multnomah Falls, deals with how a lady FBI Agent called Amy Thomson (Agent 5) and her twin sister, Judith, who is a Virologist, uncover a plot by a secret cabal.  This cabal plan to use a super lethal virus in a bid to take down the population of the world so they can conquer it.  It is a fast-paced action thriller and will be out soon!

God Bless You All,
Bonnie Barrigar

March 29, 2020

We at Everlasting Publishing would like to share words of encouragement from our authors. 

Today's words come from Pastor W.F. Pride, Jr., author of "God Wants You to Do His Will" and "Everyone Needs Jesus." 


 

In times like these...

This is the day for all the world to pray the prayer Jesus gave to His disciples:
Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.

This prayer is for us today. We are asking all people of every nationality all over the world to make this an hourly prayer in your homes, to make this prayer your prayer at this time.

Pray this prayer, not just one time, but throughout the day. Translate it into your own language, if necessary.

Let us love on each other with a virtual hug.
Pastor W.F. Pride, Jr.

For more encouragement from Pastor Pride, visit wfprideministries.org

March 9, 2020

Welcome to March! We in Washington state are ready for the beautiful spring weather and looking forward to some great reading, provided by two of our authors, Katelyn Spurlock and Bonnie Barrigar.

Help your children - or grandchildren - learn to tell time with this oversized fun and colorful book by Katelyn Spurlock. Each page is a beautiful painting, as the story takes your child with the Baby Bugs through the day showing different times on cute  analog clocks. Children love to spend the day with the adorable Baby Bugs! Available on our website and on Amazon.

 

Bonnie Barrigar shares her personal story in her latest book

A semi-biographical account of Bonnie's scary diagnosis and subsequent struggle with cancer, with a little humor and a lot of encouragement included in "Up From My Abyss."  In this short video, she discusses her book and more - she shares something else she creates. 

This book of hope and victory is available on Amazon.

 

 

February 2, 2020

It's February 2020 already!

We would like to suggest 2 of our newest books for your reading pleasure this month.  
First, we have Bonnie Barrigar's "Up From My Abyss," which is our Featured Book of the Month!

In Bonnie's owns words: "Earlier this year I joined the ranks of a select army, that is, the army of persons, mostly women but a few men too, who are actively waging war against the onslaught of breast cancer. Though there many in our ranks, this fierce battle is always, nevertheless, a very private one and involves hard life and death choices. With the arsenal of modern medicine and strong faith in God, this war is winnable. Often, however, the cures are harsh and this ravaging foe brings to the front line emotional and mental as well as physical issues. But this is a war worth fighting and one which can, as I feel happened in my case, bring out hidden strengths in a person they never knew they had. Then too, though my cancer journey has been rough, the people I’ve met and the places I’ve been along the way have been truly fascinating and inspiring. I pray that anyone who reads this semi-fictional, semi-autobiographical account of my cancer battle and is fighting their own will be inspired to fight ‘til they win." Now available on Amazon.


If you are in the mood for a love story, how about 3 love stories in one?  Three shy men in love with the same woman, who just happens to be in a coma, finally are able to tell her how they feel - and they don't even know if she can hear them. "Coma Talk" by Dana Pride is now available on Amazon.

Or check out our other books at Everlasting Publishing.

 

Happy reading!

 

January 13, 2020

Make 2020 your best year!

We are nearly 2 weeks into the new year and the new decade, so this is a great time to select some great winter reading for the next few weeks.  

We would like to recommend our latest book, Up From My Abyss by Bonnie Barrigar, a wonderful true story of bravery and encouragement.  Are you dealing with a cancer diagnosis, either your own or a loved one’s? Do you feel alone or isolated with your situation? Are you scared of your own future?

You are not alone. Bonnie Barrigar is among those who have experienced this same scary diagnosis last year, and she candidly shares her pain, fears, hopes and reactions in her semi-autobiographical, semi-fictional story, “Up from My Abyss.”

Now available in paperback and Kindle on Amazon: Up From My Abyss 

We hope your new decade will be blessed!

December 25, 2019

Take time for your loved ones

Merry Christmas! On this day when we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, we at Everlasting Publishing would like to remind you to give love to the special people in your life. Spend some time with them, on the phone if you can't be there in person.  A few words will go a long way on this special holiday.

Singing exuberantly, Sister Willa Dorsey announced, "Wasn't that a mighty day when Jesus Christ was born!"

God bless you and have a wonderful Christmas.  We'll be back in the next decade!  Woohoo for 2020!

December 9, 2019

Blessings to you!

Happy December! We are well into the final month of this decade... can you believe 2020 is merely weeks away?

We have great news! Bonnie Barrigar's latest book, "Up From My Abyss" will soon be released.  This is Bonnie's semi-autobiographical story of her cancer diagnosis, her fierce battle, her trust in God, and her triumph, which revealed her inner strength and faith.  This book is an encouragement to anyone who is also fighting this battle, and also to their loved ones.  "Up From My Abyss" will soon be available on our website as well as on Amazon.

We pray that you will spend some time with your loved ones this month, focusing on the gifts of God and family, rather than gifts under the tree.

Have a Blessed Christmas and a Wonderful New Year!

 

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