How the Blue-Tongued Skink got his Blue Tongue by Mary Langer Thompson Upon receiving an email from the author, Mary Langer Thompson, I couldn’t wait to receive How the Blue-Tongued […]
I have to apologize that my review of Adored 365 Devotions for Young Women is a bit late. The month of November has been busy with work trips, decorating, and […]
When Steve Bellinger contacted me, I knew right away that I wanted to read and review The Chronocar. The book is about Tony Carpenter, a Tech student who discovers an […]
It’s been a busy month and I have been trying to get my review completed, and it seems every time I find the time to sit down and write; I’m […]
The Auschwitz Escape brings us back to the time of the Nazi war. The main character is a pastor by the name of Jean-Luc Leclerc who finds himself helping the Jews find their freedom from the Nazi invasion. His involvement in assisting Jews ultimately results in his imprisonment. During this capture, he meets a young man by the name of Jacob Weisz, and together they dare to plot a risky escape from Auschwitz, in order to share the truth about the Fascism movement spreading through Germany.
A few days ago I wrote a post about reading trends – do you or have you read a book more than once? My general answer was “no” with the […]