Friday, Ray Keating released Past Lives: A Pastor Stephen Grant Short Story, and today I’m reviewing it!
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Let’s talk about Bo Giertz and how you could give Bo Giertz collections for Christmas. Ha haa. Seriously, though, he is a gem of a Lutheran writer who, though sainted now, is increasingly available in English due to some serious dedication by Lutheran pastor and translator Bror Erickson. I’ll tell a little about him, list books that I know are available in English, and give a review of his most recently translated novel, Faith Alone: The Heart of Everything.
I keep meaning to review Ariel: The Curious Cat of Christmas but my kids have run off with it somewhere! Ha ha haa, as soon as I can read it one more time, I’ll put together a coherent review of it. In the meantime, I commend to you Timeless Treasures: Four Public Domain Texts That Still Delight, compiled with commentary by Lisa Stapp, who I think is great.
If you or a loved one might be interested in something totally new, here’s a place to start. 🙂 Lutheran author John W. Otte has a series called Failstate, which follows a teenage superhero trying to tame his powers and figure out his life.