Category Archives: Fiction and Literature

Unforgettable Work of Historical Fiction Set During World War II

Based on the true story of Virginia d’Albert-Lake, an American woman who entered the French Resistance, and lived to tell about it, this is one of the best works of both historical fiction and Christian fiction I have ever read. Set … Continue reading

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Long Way Gone Spoke to Me

Long Way Gone, by Charles Martin, spoke to me in a way that few others have. It’s about a father’s love for his son, about giving back, about losing love and finding it again. It’s about facing our shortcomings, our self-doubts, and … Continue reading

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Prepare to Be Blown Away By “How to Walk Away”

If you get your hands on a copy of this How to Walk Away, you may as well cancel everything on your calendar for the next two or three days, because you won’t be able to put it down. I was hooked … Continue reading

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In Stores Today: Two Girls Down

Two Girls Down, the most recent work of Louisa Luna, takes the reader through the emotional roller coster of searching for missing children.   Many current social issues are subtly woven into a compelling yet agonizing, and all too realistic story. … Continue reading

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Two Girls Down, But Not Out

I just finished a fantastic book. Two Girls Down, the most recent work of Louisa Luna, takes the reader through the emotional roller coster of searching for missing children.   Many current social issues are subtly woven into a compelling yet … Continue reading

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Greek Saga is Author’s First to Be Published in English

Lena Manta, is a well-known Greek author, quite popular in Greece and elsewhere. Her book, The House by the River, is the first of her books to be published in English. I had the honor of being the first to publish … Continue reading

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Creepy Book for a Creepy Day – Happy Halloween

The story has nothing to do with Halloween, but it is truly a creepy book for a creepy day. Except for a few common grammatical errors, I couldn’t put it down. To read my review of The Marriage Pact, click … Continue reading

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