It's a pain to write reviews. If I liked a book, I liked it. I don't need to review it. Maybe I'll tell some friends. Maybe I'll lend the book to someone else. And it sounds stupid to say, "This book was great! I loved it!" What good does that do anyone? Other readers don't … Continue reading Review Or Die! (Not you, the Reader — the Author)
Slave Again by Alana Terry 4.0 out of 5 stars Freedom and Strength May Not Be What You Think September 7, 2014 Are you looking for an uplifting message of hope? You may have to look hard in this extraordinary story. Mee-Kyong was not someone I ever wanted to hear about again, so I admit … Continue reading Book Reviews — Post by Mary C. Findley
The Bible in World History is by Stephen Leston, PhD (in Bible) (Click the image to see the book on Amazon.com. This is the first paper book I have read since converting to ebooks many years ago and I find that I do not like it. It is only available in paper. The type is … Continue reading Review of The Bible in World History — Post by Michael J. Findley
This is the story of my Aunt Jessie Glover Wilson. I am not in the book, I did not contribute in any way and this review contains my first comments. My wife is the editor, but the first time I looked at the text was after it was published. It is brief. Though I read … Continue reading The Diploma Nurse by Jessie Glover Wilson — Book Review by Michael J. Findley
Four Stars: Dana Pratola's "The Covering" "Praying for the Leader of the Pack" This is a formula romance that defies the formulas. Good girl attracted to bad boy -- Check. Bad boy tortures himself over what is and isn't his fault about his past -- Check. But then there's that prayer thing, unleashing the Power … Continue reading More Christian Book Reviews!
"As automatic as panicking.", April 29, 2013 Joana James has a secret formula for instant Christian success. Well, no, it's not instant, but it will work. These "wisdom bursts" were tougher to write than the first book in the series, I bet, but so necessary. We want to worry, we want to pick up that burden … Continue reading More Reviews of Christian Books You Ought to Read!
"It's Not About What You Think It's About" The Difference Between Night and Day by Melissa Turner Lee I have read one other vampire book, and only one, Dracula, by Bram Stoker. I didn't know this was a vampire book when I started it, but before you dismiss this as a shabby Christian Twilight knockoff, … Continue reading Three More Christian Book Reviews
"Faith and Victory Require Searching with Heart and Sword" This review is from: The Weapons of Warfare (The Center Circle Chronicles) by Steve Biddison What does Landru need to free his world from his conquering foe? Where can he look for allies when those he depended on shake his trust to its core? Will a … Continue reading Christian Book Reviews — At Least a Little Romance in every One!
http://www.amazon.com/Emalines-Gift-Christian-Chronicles-ebook/dp/B00916VWUQ I thought a lot about Harry Potter and X-Men when I was reading this, but I loved the emphasis in this book on the true source of special powers and the real heart attitude the author states is necessary to keep these powers under control and growing. People can use or misuse gifts like … Continue reading Reviews of Christian Books … A Little Something for Everyone!
I am a big classics fan. I have, however, recently begun reviewing book by modern authors, and especially Indie writers, some of whom I've become friends and acquaintances with through author and reader sites I have joined. I have gotten good responses from the authors so far, even if I gave them the dreaded "three … Continue reading How to Write a Book Review the Author Will Love