Category Archives: Reviews of exceptional books

Lions Among the Lambs

Lion Among the Lambs, book two of Cecilia Pulliam’s Christian Supernatural series called Lions and Lambs, is a good one. Through supernatural means, Susannah Daniels, the main character, is able to discover when bad things are going to happen to … Continue reading

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Self-Publisher’s Legal Handbook

Have you decided to go indie? How seriously are you taking the business side of your business? Do you need help and guidance? Well, Self-Publisher’s Legal Handbook is for you. I wish I’d waited one more month to buy it, … Continue reading

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Shadow of the Storm: a Review

If you love Biblical Historicals, you will love Connilyn Cossette’s Shadow of the Storm. This is the second of her Out From Egypt series, a book I won from Bethany House in a Goodreads giveaway. I intend to read the entire … Continue reading

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Merchandise for Authors

Merchandise for Authors is a game changing book of hints, tips, ideas, resources—all centered around developing product lines that compliment our novels. I got excited reading this. I already developed a coloring book for the Circle Bar Ranch series, but … Continue reading

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Waking Beauty: Totally Enchanting

His princess was dusty. Arpien should have expected that. Anything lying undisturbed for a hundred years would gather dust. He’d crossed the ocean to find the right sword for this venture, but neglected to pack a feather duster. Such is … Continue reading

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Flora’s Wish: a Review

Flora’s Wish is book 1 of The Secret Lives of Will Tucker Series, so let me tell you about Will Tucker. Wait—I can’t. I know very little about him, and much of what I do know would be a spoiler. Sorry … Continue reading

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Carlotta’s Legacy

Rebecca Lewis moves from a rich lifestyle in the USA to a rich lifestyle on an Italian villa—what can be more glamorous? Well, considering the reason she moved from one lifestyle to another, just about anything. Carlotta’s Legacy, by Betty Thomason … Continue reading

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Review of Storming, by K.M. Weiland

Uh-oh, punkers, steam isn’t the power-source anymore. Make room for diesel! Have you ever had a reading experience in which you could just tell the author had a blast writing it for you? Where, when you put the book down for … Continue reading

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Review: 50 Days of Hay

I met this author and his wife at the Gathering of Authors in Texarkana not long ago. He’s not really a fiction writer; he’s an expert in human resources, leadership, management–things like that. And I have to admit, you can … Continue reading

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A Review: Night Side of Dark

I met Caleb Pirtle III at the ETBU Conference in Marshall, TX, this year, and what a treasure that was! He has written numerous books and three teleplays for network TV, including “Gambler 5: Playing for Keeps,” the fifth in … Continue reading

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