81 books — 45 voters
LDS is the common name for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon church.
Alternative Mormon Literature
Recommended for Public Libraries: Latter-day Saint Nonfiction
30 books — 2 voters
Books for LDS Girls
6 books — 1 voter
Recommended for Public Libraries: Latter-day Saint Graphic Novels
13 books — 2 voters
Recommended for Public Libraries: Latter-day Saint Children's Books
6 books — 1 voter
LDS - Mormon Studies and Theology
146 books — 48 voters
“ Thus, when we plead for the gift of charity, we aren't asking for lovely feelings toward someone who bugs us or someone who has injured or wounded us. We are actually pleading for our very natures to be changed, for our character and disposition to become more and more like the Savior's, so that we literally feel as He would feel and thus do what He would do. ...more ”
“ Now, brethren, do not expect perfection in your choice of a mate. Do not be so particular that you overlook her most important qualities of having a strong testimony, living the principles of the gospel, loving home, wanting to be a mother in Zion, and supporting you in your priesthood responsibilities. Of course, she should be attractive to you.... And one good yardstick as to whether a person might be the right one for you is this: in her presence, do you think your noblest thoughts, do you ...more ”
This group is for anyone who is a number (friend) of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Sa…more
[close] This group is for anyone who is a number (friend) of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A place where we can discuss Latter-day Saints books, uplifting and spiritual topics. Dennis Schleicher is an LDS literary agent, currently the president for the "Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association." Best-selling author of; “Is He Nuts?: Why a Gay Man Would Become a Member of the Church of Jesus Christ.” Public speaker, specializing in devotionals and social media marketing with the LDS church. Dennis’s relationship with many acquisition editors, Cedar Fort, Deseret Books, and many others gives him a unique inside. Dennis is the first to specialize as an LDS literary agent, willing to work with all. I am looking for unique ideas from writers. As the market has changed, so has many of the demands on the author. Your project has to be more than an extended magazine article. It has to have something unique that will make the publisher jump at the chance to invest in you and your work. It can be your platform. It can be the power of your idea. It can be that your writing is noteworthy and compelling. And if you can bring all three, I’m confident we could find you a publishing house. What will set you apart? What makes you established as a “Thought Leader,” in your genre? Excepting queries for the following genres; Biography, Christian living, children's books, church life, devotional, inspirational, LGBTQ, theology, bible study, reference, health, finance, fiction, self-help, psychology, grief, suffering, marriage, family, women’s, men’s, philosophy, history, social issues, parenting, clean romance, latter-Day Saints, LDS and Mormonism. The subjects are vast and the opportunities endless. Keep it uplifting.
24 members, last active 6 months ago
If you're a Mormon teenager (or just a Mormon in general) then you probably know what it's like …more
[close] If you're a Mormon teenager (or just a Mormon in general) then you probably know what it's like to go to the library or bookstore and try to find an Adult or even Young Adult novel that's basically clean. This group is to help teenagers find new books to read that are clean of topics unwanted in books, and helps them connect with other Mormons online and have fun. Mormons and non-Mormons of every age welcome! You can also come here to discuss and learn about basic beliefs of the Mormon religion, our standards and values, and find links to official sites of the church! Remember to be respectful and civil while discussing things!
678 members, last active 4 months ago
A forum for our Book Club, to help us reach our full potential.
[close] A forum for our Book Club, to help us reach our full potential.
7 members, last active 9 years ago
Unconventional and conversational. Oh, and yeah, sometimes we all read the books.
[close] Unconventional and conversational. Oh, and yeah, sometimes we all read the books.
1 member, last active 7 years ago
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