Category Archives: Biographies & Memoirs

My First Last Year

My First Last Year Roger Leslie’s critically acclaimed memoir that turns every life situation in a spiritual transformation and lesson The book is published by Paradise Publishing and is available worldwide in print format In response to a spiritual dream, Roger Leslie lived a year as if it were his last. New inspirations set his course for success, while heartbreaking

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Writers 2 Remember: Hunter S. Thompson

Writer who popularized Gonzo Journalism Hunter S. Thompson was an interesting man. Often a rebel, hunter had many clashes with authority, but his iconoclastic beliefs helped to guide him into the man he became. It shaped how he looked at the world and forged him into one of the forefathers of the New Journalism movement. His writing style lead to

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WHEN GRACE FOUND ME – Volume One

WHEN GRACE FOUND MEVolume One Real Life Stories of Women of Faith An anthology series of faith, perseverance, and personal connection told by twenty women. Coordinated by author Kim Lengling The book is published by Listening to Your Voice Publishing and is available worldwide in digital and print format With Volume One of the When Grace Found Me series, you

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My Book Review of Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Life From Beginning to End (Biographies of French Royalty)

Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Life From Beginning to End by Hourly History My rating: 5 of 5 stars Well written Questionable History I love history. For every life that exists (doesn’t necessarily mean human), there are at least as many stories to be told. Of course, one must be cautious with the sources because 1) truth is subjective and 2)

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My Book Review of Christ at the Coffee Shop

Christ at the Coffee Shop by Nathan Ingram My rating: 5 of 5 stars Not What I Expected When I first picked up this book, I was uncertain. Though I enjoy reading about religion, studying theology is quite different from devotions or testimonials of faith. It can get dangerous moving from the objective to the subjective, so I tend to

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My Book Review of Alien Abductions : True stories of Extra-Terrestrial and Human Being Encounters

Alien Abductions : True stories of Extra-Terrestrial and Human Being Encounters by Conrad Bauer My rating: 4 of 5 stars Interesting Abductions This quick read in interesting. It poses some new abduction stories I’ve not heard yet, and asks many questions I’ve considered myself. It definitely tickled my fancy. There wasn’t a plot per se. It was more an intrigue

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