Review: As Long As There Is Chocolate by Tana Lovett

Synopsis:  Every day’s a good one, as long as there is chocolate. Sick of heartbreak, Kate decides to devote her life to making fine chocolates and forget about relationships altogether. But when she opens a gourmet chocolate shop across the street from a deli—run by a handsome Italian she dubs ‘Fabio the Sandwich Boy’—she discovers…

Review – Afternoon by Robert Lampros

Synopsis: Afternoon is a novella told from the perspective of Andrew, a teenager who we watch learn about courage, faith in Jesus Christ, and growing up in a surreal and challenging world. This is my second book I have read by this author and I like his writing style. It is vivid and brings the characters…

Review – The Workshop Kenbook by Gangai Victor

  Synopsis: Worship Kenbook is designed to provide guidelines that can be applied in personal and corporate worship. It is a resource that can be used by worship leaders, choir members, dancers, musicians and just about anybody else involved in the worship ministry. I have been a part of different worship teams as a leader…

Review-The Incredible Bucky Berrot by E.G. Lander and Connor Shelander

Synposis: The Berrots have lived for hundreds of full moons deep in the jungles of Australia in Bayberry Hills. They live following a tradition that is strict and outdated. When Bobbie and Buddy Berrot give birth to Bucky, he changes everything for Bayberry Hills. He is naturally inquistive and questions the laws put in place. Bucky…