Category Archives: books

October 16

Book review: The Edge of the Cemetery by Margaret Millmore

The Edge of the Cemetery by Margaret Millmore A great read, well written, nice pace. Exciting, interesting and moments of humor. Full of surprises and interesting twists and turns. A very enjoyable book.   Review by Writers Inspiring Change    

October 15

Book review: Undertow of Loyalty by M.D. Davies

Undertow of Loyalty by M.D. Davies is a crime thriller that reads, in many aspects, like a real-crime documentary. Neil Henberlin arrives to work one day to find his desk cleared, his things packed away and the confused looks of his peers. He soon discovers that he is supposed to be dead, at least according to […]

October 09

Book review: True Grandeur, by Cal. R. Barnes

True Grandeur, by Cal. R. Barnes, is a sort of film noir style romance and melodrama, reminiscent in its style and detail, of The Great Gatsby – depicting  the travesty of the rich, the wanna-be-famous, and the starlets who hold onto the coattails of men and use their glamor, their sex appeal, and their thirst […]

October 05

Book Review: The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham: War of Chaos, by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen

  The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham: War of Chaos, by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen, is an enchanting fantasy in a world where love and respect prevail. The people work together to help each other. They have to go to extreme measures to fight evil and protect their homeland. An enjoyable read for all ages.   Review by […]

September 29

Book Review: Alicia and the Light Bulb People in Star Factory 13, by Barbara Roman

  ***Five Stars*** Alicia and the Light Bulb People in Star Factory 13, by Barbara Roman, while a children’s book, is simply one of those stories that awakens the imagination and dreams within all of us. Alicia, a young girl, finds herself in a magical place, amidst used and forgotten light bulbs, all of them […]

September 29

Feature Book: Dead, But Not Gone: Are You Part of the Soul-Bridge to Guide Them Home? by Toby Evans

  What are readers saying? *** Five Stars *** “This book is hands down one of my favorites and has made the greatest impact on me. Such valuable information and stories, and down-to-earth spiritual guidance that truly any of us could learn. Applying Toby’s wisdom to my own experiences has helped me transform my fear […]

September 27

Feature Book: The Silver and the Green by Mari Collier

What are readers saying … Five Stars “I loved the characters of the two seekers, Brother Amos and Jack Donald who are on an amazing journey. One that takes them from war to love and takes readers into the world of survival as the silver and the green find their way through a new and […]

September 20

Book Review: The Raven Flies at Night (Father Gunter, Demon Hunter, Book 2) by Janine R. Pestel

    In The Raven Flies at Night, the 2nd book in the Father Gunter Demon Hunter series, the reckless demon tracker is back on the trail of another sinister ghoul. He just can’t help himself – he’s driven by the image of his own sister being abducted by some satanic creep, and Father Gunter is […]

September 18

Book Review: Talon Encounter (Book 5 of the Talon series) by Gigi Sedlmayer

Another great story about the African Condors and their relationship with the people who helped them. Amazing relationships with people and God’s creatures. A brave child, Matica who is wise way beyond her years, unites the villagers and the natural inhabitants of the area in a wonderful, funny and exciting way. A good read for […]

September 03

Book Review: The Transmigrant, by Kristi Saare Duarte

The Transmigrant, by Kristi Saare Duarte, is an historical fiction, depicting the  life of Yeshua, the son of a Palestinian carpenter, destined by the ways of his culture, to follow in the footsteps of his father. Yeshua, however, has no such plan – he wants to follow another path and learn the secrets of life – […]