Daily Archives: April 3, 2015

Triste Est Anima Mea Usque Ad Mortem

When I was a teenager, I got the idea in my head to write a play about the Passover, but with a twist. Set in the early 1940’s in the Pasadena area, during World War II, the play envisioned a … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: 21st Century Ellis

21st Century Ellis: Operational Art And Strategic Prophecy for the Modern Era, edited by B.A. Friedman I must admit I don’t know who the Ellis of the title is. This book came on a list of books available for review … Continue reading

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Book Review: Finding Me

Finding Me, by Kathryn Cushman [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House Publishers in exchange for an honest review.] In this briskly-paced novel that checks in at a little more than 300 pages, the author manages … Continue reading

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