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 – Face of Our Father by G. Egore Pitir

Synopsis: Captain Stu Pierce is an aging former fighter pilot who’s looking forward to retirement. His wife, Angie, a lawyer and women’s advocate, is chasing down a vengeful Middle Eastern criminal who’s escaped justice. When she’s threatened with murder, Stu sets out to protect a wife who refuses to protect herself, and together they become embroiled…

Review – Fits of Tranquility by Robert Lampros

Synopsis: Fits of Tranquility is a book of poetry and prose about hope, healing, perseverance, and joy, as well as faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and falling in love. The book is divided into two parts : 21 poems on different subjects from healing to joy and stories about falling in love. I liked…

Review- Everyone Calls My Father, Father by Tim ‘Dr. Hope’ Anders

  Synopsis: Everybody Calls My Father, Father is based on a true love story of the author’s parents. The character of a tenacious young woman, Bouvette Sherwood, who is a successful New York Broadway producer and actress, drives the plot. In the mid 1940s Bouvette meets and falls in love with a charming alcoholic, Hughie Hewitt….