Tag Archives: religious

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 […]

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 – […]

May 27

Review: Behind the Veil: One Man’s Spiritual Quest, by Paul Clowes

  Behind the Veil: One Man’s Spiritual Quest, by Paul Clowes, is possibly one of the most erudite books written on the period during the Crusades. Told from the perspective of one man, a monk who wakes up to the fact that the Church of Rome is abusive, deluding people and is using its power […]

May 14

Review: The Vagabond King by James Campion Conway

The Vagabond King by James Campion Conway, is a captivating story, beautifully told, filled with metaphors enough to taunt any imagination, and sadly enchanting. Chris, a teenage boy on the cusp of adulthood, loses his mother to cancer. Life suddenly fades from bright shades of hope and sky-high dreams, to gray clouds and moroseness as […]

June 09

Book Review: “The Lost Generation” by Erica Marie Hogan. “A WWI historical romance – Inspiring!”

  The Lost Generation, a book by Erica Marie Hogan, starts before the beginning of World War I and continues until around the 1980’s. It is a story about the effects of war on people, and the emotional journeys of three families and how they are connected even though they are from different lands. It is a […]

June 04

Book Spotlight: “The Lost Generation” by Erica Marie Hogan. “A Novel of World War I”

The Lost Generation: A Novel of World War I, is a journey of three couples from three countries who never would’ve met if not for the war, how they change each others lives and what they witnessed as soldiers in the trenches, nurses in the field hospitals, and wives left home to wait and pray. […]

May 26

Book Review: Spirituality in the 21st Century by Frank P. Daversa “An inspiring spiritual read.”

Spirituality in the 21st Century, by Frank P. Daversa, is a contemporary rendering, with practical and insightful teaching about how to achieve a more fulfilling and spiritually enlightened life in our modern times. It is nicely written, fluid and easy to read. Although the author underscores his own religious perspective, he also presents a broader […]

May 13

Free Book: 15 autographed copies of Spirituality in the 21st Century by Frank P. Daversa are being given away NOW!

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May 12

IWIC Book Spotlight on Spirituality in the 21st Century by Frank P. Daversa

Spirituality in the 21st Century enhances one’s knowledge of spirituality, life, and the world. It details steps necessary to advance one’s spiritual understanding leading up to enlightenment. The book guides one through the growth process, providing key insights along the way. It inspires and educates. After reading this book, readers should have a sound understanding […]

April 06

IWIC Book Spotlight on The Oarsman – by Zubin Mathai

Get your copy HERE Read more about The Oarsman HERE