Never Give Up, by John Mason

Happy to review this book. Slim, yet serious and thought-provoking, this gentle confidence-boosting book goes far beyond platitudes. I was blown away from the first page. The author is like a surgeon, with his delicate, subtle probings into the human spirit. Now, some people say I am picky, and that may be true, but this […]

Rescue Me, by Susan May Warren

Susan Karsten here, with my latest review. I’m always up for checking out the latest from Susan May Warren. Her books are well written and enjoyable. Imagine my delight when I discovered Rescue Me…I absolutely love novels with survival plot lines, and this one’s a humdinger. Okay let’s start, though, with the storyline where two […]

I Cry Out to the Lord, a post by Susan Karsten

Don’t be alarmed at me crying out…just in prayer! “Just” — that’s an understatement. As one of God’s children, I have access to my Heavenly Father at all times. While jogging this morning, thoughts whirling, I started calling God’s name. My mind settled and little things started coming into notice. Little things – is not […]

Singapore Secrets, by Irene Onarato

Susan Karsten here with a really great read to tell you about. Irene Onarato is an author I have “met” through my own writing journey. She and I got to know each other while¬†exchanging critiques on some of our novels. I am thrilled to do a review of one of her first published novels, Singapore […]

Sea Rose Lane, by Irene Hannon

Susan here, happily sharing about a special novel. It’s now official, Irene Hannon is one of my most favorite Writers in the Christian inspirational romance fiction market. She reliably delivers touching, well-written, creative, and unique romances which one can relax and enjoy. In her latest offering ~ Hannon’s 50th published novel ~ We are transported […]

All Summer Long, by Melody Carlson

Hi, Susan here, with another book review ~~ this time Melody Carlson’s latest fiction: All Summer Long. Gentle, romantic, interesting — need I say more? Carlson’s trademark (IMO) is her smooth¬†plotting. Not a lot of suspense, but a lot of good content and relaxing escape. In All Summer Long, you’ll be going along with a […]

Catch a Star, by Tamika Catchings

Tamika Catchings was not someone of my personal radar screen. But, I have a sister and brother-in-law who used to coach women’s basketball, and the subject matter caught my attention for that reason. This is a fascinating autobiography. Pacing through her life, one sees the trials, tears, and triumph of an athlete. She is somebody […]