Best-selling author Richard J. Foster covers 21 types of prayers in his book, "Prayer: Finding the Heart's True Home." It is an easy read and is an excellent resource for those who are interesting in learning the names of the prayers and how to pray them.
After an auto accident on Black Friday, Mercy and her stepdaughter are unable to reach anyone as all cell phones seemed to be turned off. After getting her own text message to avoid using phones, Mercy learns that he husband the local Alpha and his pack have been kidnapped.
While its prose can sometimes be ponderous, Gormenghast by Mervyn Peake is a captivating story of struggle, both internal and external. Mel Carriere reviews the novel here, as part of his Lunchtime Lit series.
If the radical Left can pervert absolute truth by redefining life, marriage, and gender like they are gods, then our society will be lost. It's time for conservatives to stop being passive and fight to preserve our culture.
A review of Avanti Centrae's debut novel, "VanOps: The Lost Power."
This particular story was written, in a way, by two science fiction authors at two different times, decades apart. Each has his own anthology of stories built around this masterpiece that concerns the Names of God and a UNIVAC-like computing machine...
A review of "The Monk who sold his Ferrari" by Robin S. Sharma. This is a fascinating story, inspiring and motivational. A book to live by.
"To Be Men" is a fascinating mix of fantasy, science fiction, horror and military fiction stories reflecting classic virtues.
Long after Abraham Lincoln's assassination, his only living son finds a mysterious pocket watch and teams up with 27th President, William Howard Taft to uncover its connection with the recent assassination attempts.
This article is a review of the non-fiction book Pleasant Valley by Louis Bromfield, a twentieth century American author and farmer, detailing his sustainable agriculture methods on his Ohio farm.