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Author Archives: Richard R. Blake

Book Review: ‘Arthur’s Legacy’ by Tyler Tichelaar


Tichelaar weaves a tale of druids, witches, conspiracy, evil versus good, romance and action with all the elements of good story telling. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Eighth Circle,’ A Detetective Martelli Mystery Thriller by Theodore J. Cohen


The fifth book in Cohen's detective series reads like an investigative reporting expose. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Genetic Memory’ by Tim Dunn


A young man travels in time to search for his origins. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Letters from God’ by Lindsay Cole


This book is not for the casual or curious, but for the serious student of biblical end-times theology and apocryphal study. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Warfare’ by Maria M. Bowe


One writer's personal testimony about the importance of moving beyond religion into a relationship with God. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Saving Babe Ruth’ by Tom Swyers

Saving Babe Ruth

“How far would I go for the love of the game?” Read More »

Book Review: ‘Mending the Net’ by Katherine Boyer, M. A.


A look at family systems which offers valuable practical guidelines for creating loving, happy, healthy families. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Sun Made Me Sneeze’ by Jon D. Gemma

The Sun Made Me Sneeze

"The Sun Made Me Sneeze" by Jon D. Gemma is an amazing journey through the complexity, malleability, and development of the mind. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Deja Vu Experiment’ by J. G. Renato


Renato proposes that we have to ask the question “What are we?” in order to understand who we are. Read More »

eBook Review: ‘Night Shadows’ by Theodore Jerome Cohen


Cohen's writing just keeps getting better. Read More »