Posts Categorized: Book Reviews

“J” IS FOR JASPER FFORDE

A good friend introduced me to Jasper Fforde when I was in college. It wasn’t the sort of thing I normally would have picked up (as it wasn’t in the sci-fi/fantasy section), but she said I absolutely had to read this book, so I did (I read really fast… thus I’m usually willing to oblige… Read more »

GEORGE MACDONALD

Good morning, and welcome back to this week’s round of Blogging from A-Z (blogging every day in April, except for Sundays, with posts revolving around topics in alphabetical order from A to Z). We pick up today with the letter “G.” George MacDonald: a somewhat obscure author, though he shouldn’t be. Most well-known for being… Read more »

“D” IS FOR DRAGONFATE: a new favorite

I have a new favorite Indie Author! Dragonfate: Dragon’s Gold by Alexis Steinhauer (how did I forget to put the title AND author name in this post?!?!?) Also, this is the first book in a completed trilogy. Synopsis: Enter a world where a dragon can be held captive by the debt he owes. A land… Read more »

C. S. LEWIS: Till We Have Faces

For today’s “C” post, I was asked to talk about one of my favorite authors: C.S. Lewis. Though he is most widely known either for his children’s series “The Chronicles of Narnia” or for his theological masterpieces like “Mere Christianity,” there is one work of his which often goes unnoticed. Till We Have Faces is… Read more »