Richard R. Blake is a book reviewer for Reader Views. Highlights in his career include a position as regional controller with Boise Cascade Building Company, and Case Power and Equipment, in the San Francisco Bay area in California.
He has been active in church since childhood and have served in various Christian Education ministries. While actively serving in a lay capacity he received a Masters degree in Christian Education and a Doctor of Ministry Degree in Religious Education from Golden State School of Theology in Oakland, California.
You can read my reviews on www.readerviews.com
A conversation for young boys, about what is right and what is wrong, and what society expects of them.
Converting your greatest fears into energy you can use to burst the limitations that bind you.
Someone is watching and he’s not going to let a nosy lawyer expose his operation.
Journalist and ex-car thief, Luc Actar has finally decided to settle down. He’s traded in his life of crime for the life he’s always wanted.
Embrace with emotion, without any illusions, doubts, analysis, ego or judgment.
Many Indians go to the Middle East to work, only to find themselves trapped in a tangle of obligations.
In the Black Hills, Dakota Territory in 1873, budding romance ends in tragedy resulting in Jim Early’s obsessive pursuit of a giant grizzly.
Written from the perspective that correct hand action is crucial to developing a well coordinated fault-free golf swing.
The Second Battle of Manassas from the point of view of a fictional Virginia youth.
After reading The Gospel Train, you will never again feel exactly the same way about your religion.