Category Archives: Reviews
Today’s post is a review of Lutheran author Aretta Gordish‘s book, A Valentine’s Day to Remember: An our Life in Snowflake Falls Story. I may have gotten to it a little late, but I’m thankful I did get to it. 🙂
Today’s post is a review of Lutheran author Lars Walker‘s Book 4 of the Erling Skajalgsson Saga, Hailstone Mountain. Now that I’ve read them all, I wanted a few days to digest them. I still think I have digesting to do, but my kids coming down sick again hasn’t helped. I’ll line up some reviews for you this week, since my attention may be turned toward my sweet little sickies. Continue reading
I swear that this is a blog for writers and not just book reviews. Time’s just been short and books about vikings so enticing. 🙂 So today’s post is, once again, on a Lars Walker book, the next in the Erling Skjalgsson series, West Oversea: A Norse Saga of Mystery, Adventure and Faith.
I’ll say this. Once I start reading Lutheran author Lars Walker, it’s hard to stop! But I did take a break from his Erling Skalgsson series. (Mostly because I need to look up the order again.) Today’s post is from his more stand alone-ish series, The Epson books, in which sequence of books isn’t especially important. (I’ll link to reviews of some of those books below.) Now, I’ll review Blood and Judgment below. 🙂
I read a very clever book about content and balance: Content: How to Find Balance in Life When the World is At Your Fingertips by Lutheran author, speaker, blogger, podcaster, etc., Rebecca Lemke. So here’s a review!
My friends, while I can’t claim to have read all that Lutheran author Rev. Michael L McCoy has written, I think I’ve caught up on all his fiction! Last but not least (and, actually, I suspect not last although I don’t think anything has been published lately): Magwort and the Master!