Monthly Archives: January 2014

Book Review: Unstoppable

Unstoppable: The Incredible Power Of Faith In Action, by Nick Vujicic [Note: This book was provided free of charge by WaterBrook Multnomah Press in exchange for an honest review.] This is the second book I have read by author and … Continue reading

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When I Look At The Stars I Feel Like Myself

Although I have spent most of my years since the age of 14 living in or near large cities (Tampa, Los Angeles, Cincinnati, Chiang Mai, and Portland), I spent my childhood in the country. One of the habits I developed … Continue reading

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Negev Bloom

I was reading a book today (which I am about halfway done with) from an author who I happen to be fond of and who writes thought-provoking and compassionate nonfiction, and the book itself made a comment about adversity that … Continue reading

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A Kiss From A Rose

My experiences with roses have been limited and fraught with considerable danger. The first time I ever purposed to give roses to a young lady I was a lad of thirteen years of age. I had thought that yellow roses … Continue reading

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Book Review: Prototype

Prototype: What Happens When You Discover You’re More Like Jesus Than You Think? by Jonathan Martin [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Tyndale Press in exchange for an honest review.] This book is a profoundly moving and … Continue reading

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Mysteries Of The Bible: A Plant Of Renown

So, yesterday, while one of my roommates was watching tv, someone (I think it was Willie Nelson, but I’m not sure) made a comment about marijuana in the Bible, and I was asked if that was the case. I said, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Thought In The Absence Of Certainty: You Can See A Lot By Looking: Part One – Survival In A World Of Disinformation

Thought In The Absence Of Certainty: You Can See A Lot By Looking: Part One – Survival In A World Of Disinformation, by Gordon Dye [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Bostick Communications in exchange for an … Continue reading

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Going Postal

One of the more irritating aspects of moving is the fact that when one basically has a constant cycle of books to review is that when one does move with little notice. Yesterday I found out that one of my … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Chic/Nile Rogers

[Nile Rogers was inducted in 2017.] Given that the band Chic has been nominated eight times for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame [1], it seems that it is only a matter of time before they are allowed in. … Continue reading

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Cueca Solo

One of the joys of my reading is looking at books that are not necessarily for review, but are written by friends of mine who are looking for constructive commentary while a book is being written. Not only is it … Continue reading

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