Growing up, we all had a small collection of buttons. Some of us wore our buttons proudly for a day. Some pinned our buttons to our bags. At school you might remember the one kid who had plastered her bag
I looked up at him With my best stern look, sassy look, a look that told him I was serious. Standing jaunty like with arms on hips, feet wide apart, head slightly cocked, and wide eyes. Tight lips with a
Smoke puffs and ponders before billowing and wisping through a window exchanging a cool breeze for the final grey thoughts of a weary traveler chewing on the nub of a glowing cigar that is soon grasped between the index and
When we think we can get away with it, we are all capable of harming another human being to get what we want.
Fortunately, most of us will not commit heinous sins or crimes, as have been seen in recent days.
In this little book, The Four Loves, C. S. Lewis delves deep into the complexities of love. He sets the stage by making a distinction between likes and loves. Then he delves into the four loves themselves: Affection, Friendship, Eros,
“I have answered to a number of things: nicknames, military ranks, and more or less profane epitaphs in my thirty-seven years.”
Cue voice-over on black and white gritty film role, and that’s the feel you get from BLOWBACK, H. Max Hiller’s
Ashley Fontainne once again thrills and inspires her audience in another installment of the Legion Series. Mayhem completes the character arcs of Tyler Drexell (now Tidwell) and his former girlfriend, Miranda Wilson, and her mother, Margaret Wilson. Fifteen years ago,
Heather Carson brings us the final installment of the Project Dandelion series. The characters are raw survivalists for whom I found myself rooting from Book 1 to the end of Book 3.
The series follows the story of Katrina and her
Reviewed by Timothy R. Baldwin for Readers’ Favorite
Madness (Legion Novella Book 2) by Ashley Fontainne is another compelling story, tracking the psychological and spiritual conditions of a soul ripe for demonic harvest. This story picks up ten years after book