Tom and I just finished reading the entire Cape Refuge series last week. Wow. Terry Blackstock knows how to weave a story, throw out red herrings, and keep you turning pages. All three books center around a halfway house run by Christians, and operated by donations of caring people, on an island in Georgia called Cape Refuge. … Continue reading Book Review: “The Cape Refuge” Series
I've been remiss in getting my book reviews in. I read this book by Karen Kingsbury about a month ago. My rating for Angels Walking would be five stars. I was skeptical when I first started to read the book as it opened with angels getting their assignments. I decided to read it anyway, see how … Continue reading Angels Walking
I just finished this book last night. It is the prequel to Dacia's first novel in a trilogy. Reactance is a novelette whose main character is a teenager turned activist by catastrophic events that leave the entire world in chaos. Sasha Bowman is the eighteen-year-old who keeps a journal of all the current events. Her … Continue reading Book Review: Reactance by Dacia Arnold
If you have ever wondered if there really is an afterlife, or if it is all just a fairytale, click on the following link to get this book for free for the next four days. The author of the book shares his experiences, given by God, to share with skeptics, gnostics, philosophers, and seekers of … Continue reading Heaven and Hell: Are They Real?
I first discovered James Scott Bell after he had written several books on the craft of writing, all of which I needed and have collected a few. (It takes time and money to build a library.) Then I discovered his "Try" novels: "Try Fear", "Try Dying", "Try Fear", "Force of Habit", and "Sucker Punched." Now … Continue reading New Novel by James Scott Bell
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