Reviews

Reviews
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His Sign the Wait is Over
for His Sign: The Wait Is Over

” … People will adore this action-filled, speculative book. … Easy to read … likable … interesting people.”

” … Engaging and fast-paced novel that you will want to read in one sitting … finished it in … a great two days!”

“… Such creative fun. The characters are a delight. The story is a creative joy.”

Chasing the Texas Wind
Chasing the Texas Wind

” … Not usually drawn to historical fiction. … Such an intricate story with interesting and well-developed characters, … Felt invested in their story.

” … Scenes that jump off the page. … Vivid and well-written. … Completely absorbed … redeeming qualities … loved them more … weaves multiple characters with parallel storylines together … skillfully … no messy stragglers or lose ends … will definitely read more from this author.”

“… reminded why I love historical fiction. Perhaps … my absolute favorite to read … kept me glued. … Real people, real events and a fictional romance to tie it all together. Great job!”

 

Benny and the Bank Robber
Benny and the Bank Robber

” … Roller coaster. One minute I’d be thinking, “Oh no!” and the next, “Oh yes, yes!” … uplifting to watch the way he grew into his faith … So many memorable characters, both bad and good.”

 “… Example of how God can work through children (and adults) … will keep you on edge but doesn’t dumb things down then this book is for YOU!”

Conflict of the Ages
Conflict of the Ages quotes illustrations

“Exceptionally well researched and superbly informative as an overview on God’s hand in creation in contrast to the myths and presuppositions of unsound science. … This should be required reading for every college bound teenager who will certainly face humanism in community college or universities on an unpretentious level to the point of educational absurdity. … Enough said. I can’t wait to dive into volume two.”

The Baron’s Ring
The Baron’s Ring

“… Wonderful, expansive, rich … Truth and God’s blessing … A godly, pure love of joy and discovery … Politics, terrible tragedy, and blessed victory.”

” … Action, adventure, love, God … A page turner … Characters … you could see them in your minds eye. I felt as if I were there.”

What Is an Establishment of Religion?
What Is an Establishment of Religion?

” … Truth about the Christian foundation our country was built on and how secular humanists have eroded and effectively replaced that foundation. … Great overview of the religious nature of the State Constitutions … Fills in the gaping holes left in our historical knowledge … I enjoyed it!”

Hope and the Knight of the Black Lion
Hope and the Knight of the Black Lion
“For those who love the Crusader period in England, all things knights and espionage, everyday estate life, and purity of period detail, you will find an absolute GEM in this story. Allegory, romance, action; this book will provide hours of enjoyment; suggestion: savor, don’t gulp. And read through the enormous, impressive research the author did. This is why I don’t write history but sit at the feet of those who do.”
Biblical Studies
Biblical Studies OT and NT Student and Teacher

“… Created an educational resource that is grounded, thorough, well-supported and able to be understood … Scientific approach to Creation apologetics … pleasantly surprised to find a few new concepts and validations … foundational and historical info here as well as comprehensive breakdowns of several key books, and I’d encourage Christian Education committees to take a close look.”

Send a White Rose
Send a White Rose

“The best part of this story for me was the vast array of characters. I was particularly fond of Leah Master’s brother, Randall, and liked his part in solving the mystery of the plot. Though I did not agree with all elements of the Christian Faith presented, overall it worked well with the story and didn’t seem out of place. Setting was good. Overall, an enjoyable read for a few hours of my time.”

Empire Saga
Empire Saga

“I really liked the book … anti-Christian persecution gets really heavy the church escapes off-planet with the Lord’s blessing … It’s an intriguing tale … A lot of truth covered in the story, and it’s well done. Yes, it is all confusing, but then it really is, isn’t it? Have you taken a look at the US in the 21st century?”

The Alexander Legacy Series
The Alexander Legacy Series

“… Intrigued. … never read much Steampunk … could not stop reading this little jewel.”

“Adored the old books …like a reunion of them all. Authors would be proud to see their characters treated with such tactful respect, in a novel that also deals with the same social evils… “

“Fun story … strong Christian references I didn’t expect. I don’t usually read Christian fiction, so I was a bit surprised. The Steampunk/Victorian lit. connection is super fun!”

“I love that most … have a past that some religious folks would shun. … Orphans, misfits, thieves, and other criminals are accepted, forgiven, and shown mercy and grace … Sophronia’s writing … shows the world what kind of God He truly is.

Fifty Shades of Faithful
Fifty Shades of Faithful

“Hang on to your Bibles and your sense of humor, but check your inhibitions at the door. This is not your grandmother’s marriage manual. … Hard-hitting relationship issues ranging from intimacy to abuse … A wild ride, some parts of which may jolt a bit.”

“Blissfully unorthodox Christian couple whose quick thinking, devotion to each other and unconventional approach to life in general and marriage in particular draw them time and again into the worlds of the troubled individuals who cross their path.”

“As a marriage counselor in training, books like these make me want to do back flips! You will laugh, you might cry, but you will definitely turn the pages. All marriages will have trials, but there is hope! Do yourself a favor and grab this book.”

The Ephron the Hittite series
Ephron the Hittite Series

” … Believable story about … elusive, Hittite people. He describes the daily life and customs of his characters in interesting detail based on careful research … Takes place a few hundred years after the Flood … brings out what it was might have been like to live back them. I really enjoyed the book.” 

The Great Thirst Serial Archaeological Mystery

 “Love the archaeological dimension. Extremely interesting. Challenged me to remember to live my life so that Christ’s love can be seen through me. Can’t wait to read the next 2 in the series!”

 “I just LOVE how Keith and Talia interact/square off against the trouble making parents. A book worth reading and one that will be staying in our family library. The writing is clean and you can let your child read this without having to be concerned over the content! There is a lot of history incorporated and kids will be gripped. “

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: A Reader’s and Writer’s Guide for Believers
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: A Reader’s and Writer’s Guide for Believers

“A Timely Message … A book I highly recommend to anyone looking to write Christian books …. Sound Biblical advice and would be a benefit to many authors. There is no sugarcoating … I welcomed that and was refreshed by it. … I also appreciate the many scripture references in this book.”

Carrie’s Hired Hand
Carrie’s Hired Hand

” … A complete surprise. I love civil war stories and this on held the suspense of a good one. My only sorrow was that is wasn’t a longer read. If I say too much I’ll likely give away the story, and it needs to be read and appreciated. Beautiful!!”

4 thoughts on “Reviews

  1. Thanks for the reply. I thought it might be something like that because it was not characteristic of the books you have published.

    Jim

  2. Hi, Mary. Chaplain Jim from El Paso here. Just read “The Claim” by Kevan Borgan and yourself. The story line was captivating but it was read with some difficulty because it is
    replete with typographic errors and poor grammar. It was badly in need of editing. My wife, Paula, and I do the editing for books that our friend, S G Alexander, writes. When the story is coming into her mind she begins to write as quickly as she can and, in that process, ends up with a lot of errors. Paula goes through each manuscript twice and then gives it to me for the final edit. It is amazing how your mind misses things. It is a lot of work.

    1. Hi, Jim. I did the cover for “The Claim”, but I did not have anything to do with the writing. You can contact Kevin and let him know you are able to help. 🙂

      1. Yes, there are other books I did covers for that show up in searches as mine. The author must have done something odd when he/she filled in the blanks. Thanks for that kind observation. I really try to put out clean work. Is your wife interested in joining a facebook editing group? I can’t promise business but it might help her.

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