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Book Review: Simple Secrets to a Happy Life by Luci Swindoll

Contentment, gratitude, generosity, faith, common sense, self-awareness and independence are just some of the themes in this inspirational book. Read More »

Book Review: Swipe by Evan Angler

A middle-grade futuristic adventure that asks unsettling questions and implies some disturbing answers. Read More »

Book Review: Rumors of Water: Thoughts on Creativity and Writing by L. L. Barkat

A how-to read for writers that entertains while it educates, inspires, and empowers. Read More »

Book Review: No, We Can’t: Radical Islam, Militant Secularism and the Myth of Coexistence by Robert Stearns

Can radical Islam, militant secularism and Judeo-Christianity co-exist in a free democratic society? Probably not. Read More »

Book Review: The Promise of Provision by Derek Prince

Unsure of where your abundance fits into God’s scheme of things? This book has lots of food for thought and action. Read More »

Book Review: Shadowed in Silk by Christine Lindsay

Experience the “Twilight of the British Raj” through believable characters via a plot that delivers danger, intrigue, and romance. Read More »

Book Review: Light Under the House by Aaron L. and Donna Dawson

Flawed, edgy characters serve up a suspenseful tale via a plot that is completely unpredictable. Read More »

Book Review: Behind the Veils of Yemen by Audra Grace Shelby

A sensitive and sympathetic glimpse into the world of veiled women. Read More »

Book Review: The Third Grace by Deb Elkink

A literary tale as sumptuous as a period costume. Read More »

Book Review: Lion of Babylon by Davis Bunn

Fast-paced story of Middle East political intrigue. Read More »