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Beneath A Scarlet Sky – Mark Sullivan

Each month, with Amazon Prime I am eligible for the Kindle First program, and can download one Kindle First title for free each month, a month before its official release date.  Last month, this book, “Beneath A Scarlet Sky by Mark Sullivan, was the one of the … Continue reading

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Let This Mind Be In You – Bradford Scott

One of my favorite studies, is Hebrew. I’m very much on the left side of the Bell Curve with it, but I love it non-the-less.  It started when I began to see that as I read my Bible, I assumed … Continue reading

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A Time To Die by Gilbert Morris

Oh the joy of a public library!  I never would have dreamed that when I spent $.60 to purchase these much worn, but complete set of books in Mr. Morris’ “American Odyssey” series that I would find so much pleasure … Continue reading

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A Time to Be Born by Gilbert Morris

I’ve noticed something about myself, and my reading tastes. The older I get, the more I am interested in the moral  history of America. I guess that’s why I’m drawn to older books, from the 50’s, they offer a glimpse … Continue reading

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Rooms by James L. Rubart

  A young friend of mine, Zack Ulakovits, (who when I first met him many years ago was a crazy kid in my kid’s church, at the church where my wife and I were involved in children’s ministry,) gave this book … Continue reading

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Fire of Heaven Trilogy by Bill Myers

One of my favorite people in the world, Mary Lou, who used to be my co-worker, blessed me with this book as she was leaving our company. I was so sorry to see her go, as she was by far … Continue reading

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Jabez A Novel by Thom Lemmons

I read a very  interesting article on the Gizmag website this month by a fellow named Brian Dodson. It was entitled, ” A good book can change your life…and your brain.”  It basically discussed how when we read stories,  it … Continue reading

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The Golden Journey by Agnes Sligh Turnbull

If only my high school pals could see me now!!! There I was a punk of a kid, growing up in West Virginia, long hair, and wisp of a mustache with a cigarette hanging off my lips. I’d start every … Continue reading

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The Richlands by Agnes Sligh Turnbull

I feel so blessed the day that I stumbled onto this magnificent writer, Ms. Agnes Sligh Turnbull. This may seem funny, as I don’t really think she is necessarily a writer that attracts many male readers. Her stories are ones … Continue reading

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Tathea by Anne Perry

“The scream tore the night apart. Ta-Thea sat upright, the sweat cold on her skin. Moonlight poured through the long windows onto the marble floor. The screaming came again, then a man shouting and a clash of metal. But it … Continue reading

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