I recently had the privilege of being asked to review "A Legacy of Lies" by Stephenia McGee, an emerging Christian romance writer. I should begin by saying that contemporary romance is about the furthest thing from my typical medieval reading, so this book was a step outside the box for me. McGee packs several … Continue reading the story "A Legacy of Lies by Stephenia McGee"
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Review: Act of Grace by Karen Simpson This book surprised me. I bought this book after hearing this author speak at a conference and having a conversation with her . . . . and I was still surprised by this book. This novel is like nothing I have read before. It includes mysticism and the … Continue reading the story "Act of Grace"
I have just finished rereading The Christian Atheist: Believing in God but Living as If He Doesn't Exist by Craig Groeschel. There is really no way that I could recommend this book too highly. Each time I have read this book up I end up completely captivated by it and finish it within a couple of days. Groeschel's title says it all. Each chapter is devoted … Continue reading the story "The Christian Atheist"
Since I am known to my friends as a hopeless bibliophile, I often get requests for book recommendations. I am, of course, more than happy to spend hours discussing books, and decided to add it as a feature here on my site. Unfortunately, due to construction currently taking place in my house, the book that I was planning on reviewing first is hiding behind plastic … Continue reading the story "Coming Soon: Book Reviews"