Book Review: “A Young Man’s Game” by Paul Blake

I'm normally not a fan of spy thrillers. They're okay, but they've never held my attention for long. I've never even seen the Jason Bourne movies. So when Paul Blake's back cover starts with "Alec Foster is no Jason Bourne," I took an interest. I'd met Paul Blake on Twitter and read a few of … Continue reading Book Review: “A Young Man’s Game” by Paul Blake

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Why “The God Delusion” Poses Little Threat to Christianity

I hadn't had butterflies like this since I first went up in the Superman Tower of Power at Six Flags St. Louis (I screamed, but I screamed like a manly man, darn it!). Richard Dawkins is one of the best-known, most-vocal, and most-influential atheists of our time. And from what I'd heard, The God Delusion … Continue reading Why “The God Delusion” Poses Little Threat to Christianity

Book Review: “Ghost Box” or “This is Why I Don’t Go to Los Angeles”

I saw this number as part of a cover artist's display at Realm Makers 2015 and I'd been meaning to read it since then (proving the power of good cover art). I finally snagged a copy and sat down to enjoy it. And yes, enjoy is the operative word. Not love, not revel in, but … Continue reading Book Review: “Ghost Box” or “This is Why I Don’t Go to Los Angeles”

Blogger Book Review–“Minutes Before Sunset” by Shannon A. Thompson

Minutes Before Sunset--Book 1 of the Timely Death Trilogy by Shannon A Thompson RATING: 3.5/5 stars.  Summary--Eric is a Shade, a denizen of the darkness that coexists with the real world. The darkness lives in constant combat with light, but that may be ending soon. A prophecy stated that Eric is the First Descendant, one … Continue reading Blogger Book Review–“Minutes Before Sunset” by Shannon A. Thompson