Author Archives: writersinspiringchange

July 31

Featured book review: Seventeen, by Suzanne Lowe, a dystopian thriller

Seventeen, by Suzanne Lowe, is a dystopian adventure about something that very well could happen in the future. It is the first book in a series about two sisters in Australia and the challenges they face with love and dignity. The adventure has many twists and turns leaving the reader anxious for the next book. The […]

July 28

Feature book review: Order No. 227: From Stalin with Love, by Marina Osipova

  Order No. 227: From Stalin with Love, by Marina Osipova, is not what the title seems to imply. It is the furthest thing from a satire. Based on real events and facts, as related to the author by her family who endured World War II and the NAZI invasion of the USSR, Marina tells a compelling […]

July 27

Feature book review: Jesus Speaks: With the Disciples Who Followed in His Footsteps: The Lost Years and Teachings Revealed, by J.A. Wright

Jesus Speaks: With the Disciples Who Followed in His Footsteps: The Lost Years and Teachings Revealed, by J.A. Wright, is a book of a different sort. The author, Wright, through his personal experiences with trance channeling, presents us with another perspective, as told by Jesus, through the author, where the story of his life and […]

July 24

Feature book: Order No. 227: From Stalin with Love, by Marina Osipova

  “It is necessary to defend each position, each meter of our territory, up to the last drop of blood, to cling for each plot of Soviet land and to defend it as long as possible.” – from Order No. 227. Based on the actual events on the Eastern Front of World War II, this short […]

July 16

Subjects that you should know (But school won’t teach you) by Gonzalo Alcaino

Subjects that you should know (But school won’t teach you) by Gonzalo Alcaino, is a practical manual that offers up useful and sound information that can be applied in life. As the title suggests, the topics the author covers in this short book should be taught in school, because they are fundamental and relevant to health […]

July 14

Featured book review: TALON: Come Fly with Me, by Gigi Sedlmayer

TALON: Come Fly with Me, by Gigi Sedlmayer, is an award-winning and inspiring children’s adventure story. This is the type of tale you want your kids to read, to learn values and principles about integrity, standing up for what is right and caring for others, and not being overly concerned about what others think about you. […]

July 11

Featured book review: The Do Over, by Mark Gillespie

The Do Over, by Mark Gillespie, is a remarkably insightful read. Phil Collier, a 55 year-old attorney is on the cusp of death when something odd happens and he suddenly finds himself in another dimension, a place between life and death, one where Phil soon discovers that he is being given a choice; to either […]

July 06

Featured book: TALON: Come Fly with Me, by Gigi Sedlmayer

Nine year old Matica lives in a remote village on a dry plateau in the Andes of Peru. She moved to Peru when she was five with Australian missionary and schoolteacher parents. Because Matica is trapped in the body of a two year old, her growth handicap has caused her to be rejected by the […]

July 01

Book review: Self-Gamification Happiness Formula: How to Turn Your Life into Fun Games by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Self-Gamification Happiness Formula: How to Turn Your Life into Fun Games by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels, is an interesting read on a subject which has been growing in popularity. Self-Gamification simply means what it says, one turns aspects of one’s life into a game, rewarding oneself for doing things, and shifting the perspective on the mundane, the […]

June 26

Featured book review: Mystery on Twin Lakes, by Russell Warnberg

Mystery On Twin Lakes: A Chief Keplar Case, by Russell Warnberg, is a good old fashioned crime thriller, about a small town murder mystery set in the 1950s, and where Chief Keplar, a veteran detective, finds himself following a trail of blood and greed. No computers. No DNA. No fancy CSI tricks – just balls […]