Forget Me – Entered in 2017 ATAI Book Award Contest

5 Stars

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Chelsea Vanderbeek

In Forget Me, by Chelsea Vanderbeek, readers will find an intense story about a teenage girl, who is facing deep self-loathing. She doesn’t want to keep living and sadly takes her own life. But, she doesn’t disappear. Instead, she’s forced to stick around and see what happened to those around her. Before long she regrets her decision to end her life, but whether or not she can go back and change things is questionable.

With such heavy content, it is highly advisable to use caution when considering whether or not to read Forget Me. Other than the painful topic at the core of this story -deep depression and suicide- it’s an impactful tale. However, it was a bit confusing early on as to why Sabine felt so compelled to hate herself and her life. There were only mild clues as to why she was so deeply depressed. This could have been explored more, which might help readers relate more and feel a deeper connection to the the protagonist.

Chelsea Vanderbeek’s Forget Me is a deeply Christian young adult fiction, which will be a powerful draw for some readers. It was most certainly a gripping tale that moved through Sabine’s experiences of being a tortured soul while offering beautiful poetic lines early on in the story. Sabine is a poet by nature and writes glorious poetry. Eloquently dealing with the topic of depression and suicide is not an easy task, but Chelsea Vanderbeek did it smoothly and took an honest look at the young girl’s feelings without hiding from the fact that many people do take their own lives. By taking this approach to a fictional story Vanderbeek offers a way to find hope and healing for not only Sabine, but for readers or friends or family of the reader.

Originally critiqued by a member of the Authors Talk About It team.

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New Prophetic 2016 Almanac


New Prophetic 2016 Almanac

Bill Jenkins

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Book Description:

The New Prophetic Almanac is an insightful and interesting book that will take you on a spiritual journey, helping to reveal the plan of God in your life for 2016. From important dates to impactful knowledge, and a prophetic word for all 50 States, this is a book full of information, inspiration and divine revelation.

In this book you will learn:

• The prophetic plan of God for 2016
• How the number 16 is connected to your success
• What important numbers, colors and names to watch for during the year
• Biblical knowledge that will rekindle your fire for God
• What it means to be born on the 16th day of the month
• Scriptures that will elevate you to another level of favor
• Fun facts concerning the number sixteen
• The 2016 Spiritual Forecast for all 50 States in America

The Mastermind behind The New Prophetic Almanac 2016:

Pastor Bill Jenkins

Pastor Bill Jenkins is the founder and senior pastor of the church of acts as well as a television and radio host. Rapidly becoming known as an apostle of God with a prophetic voice, he works to release a message of hope in our world. With deep spiritual revelation and insight from  God’s word, Pastor Bill takes the toughest passages of scripture and  explains them in a practical and interesting way. He is the “go-to-guy” when it comes to understanding the biblical numbers and their spiritual significance. A devoted husband and father, his passion is for others to become successful as they apply the principles of Christ.

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Rob and Janelle


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Arrows in The Dark – True Story of Espionage in Church of Scientology



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Book Description:

A tale of power, corruption & secrecy… with a billion dollar empire hanging in the balance. An insider’s view of the fall of Scientology’s notorious Guardian’s Office and its takeover by the 21-year old, and now embattled, David Miscavige.


Merrell had been a 39-year member of the Church of Scientology when, in January

2012, he was excommunicated by order of embattled church leader David Miscavige,

which required his daughter, a member of Scientology’s elite Sea Organization, to cut

ties with him.


Educated in both Electrical Engineering and Law, Merrell is a screenwriter, filmmaker

and author. He lives with his wife of 46 years in Los Angeles. For more information

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