Category Archives: Self-Published Books

Evil Realms by Cortez Law III (2019)

  Cortez Law’s Evil Realms is a standout novel amid the genre of Christian spiritual warfare/horror fiction that I have read. Rather than relying on angelic and demonic characters to fill us in on what is happening in the spiritual

Evil Realms by Cortez Law III (2019)

  Cortez Law’s Evil Realms is a standout novel amid the genre of Christian spiritual warfare/horror fiction that I have read. Rather than relying on angelic and demonic characters to fill us in on what is happening in the spiritual

Kristian Clark and the American Agenda Book 1: Agents Adam and Eve by Jes Drew (2019)

Agents Adam and Eve is the first book in a new duology featuring the characters from Jes Drew’s Kristian Clark series. I should admit up front that I was a little lost when I first startee reading this book, but

Kristian Clark and the American Agenda Book 1: Agents Adam and Eve by Jes Drew (2019)

Agents Adam and Eve is the first book in a new duology featuring the characters from Jes Drew’s Kristian Clark series. I should admit up front that I was a little lost when I first startee reading this book, but

The Gevaudan Project by A.K. Preston (2018)

The Gevaudan Project by A.K. Preston is an intelligent, wild ride that puts one in mind of a Michael Crichton thriller. I’m a big fan of monster stories and I was intrigued by the title, as it references a well-known

The Gevaudan Project by A.K. Preston (2018)

The Gevaudan Project by A.K. Preston is an intelligent, wild ride that puts one in mind of a Michael Crichton thriller. I’m a big fan of monster stories and I was intrigued by the title, as it references a well-known

Biblical Cryptozoology: Revealed Cryptids of the Bible by Dale Stuckwish – Xlibris (2009)

Biblical Cryptozoology: Revealed Cryptids of the Bible proposes to show us God’s view of cryptozoology . Author Dale Stuckwish claims that many of the cryptids that have been seen over the centuries fall into one of eight categories, corresponding with a

Biblical Cryptozoology: Revealed Cryptids of the Bible by Dale Stuckwish – Xlibris (2009)

Biblical Cryptozoology: Revealed Cryptids of the Bible proposes to show us God’s view of cryptozoology . Author Dale Stuckwish claims that many of the cryptids that have been seen over the centuries fall into one of eight categories, corresponding with a

Time and Again by Deborah Heal [History Mystery Series: Book 1] – Write Brain Activity (2011)

Time and Again is the first book in Deborah Heal’s History Mystery series. The basic premise of the book is a teen and her college age summer tutor can experience the lives and thoughts of people from the past [what they

Time and Again by Deborah Heal [History Mystery Series: Book 1] – Write Brain Activity (2011)

Time and Again is the first book in Deborah Heal’s History Mystery series. The basic premise of the book is a teen and her college age summer tutor can experience the lives and thoughts of people from the past [what they

Now I See by Buddy Helms – CreateSpace Publishing (2011)

In the pages of Now I See, Buddy Helms (author of Mike’s New Reality) gives us a science fiction tale about a man separated from his family by a scientific project with potentially world shaking implications. Through his experiments in time travel and

Now I See by Buddy Helms – CreateSpace Publishing (2011)

In the pages of Now I See, Buddy Helms (author of Mike’s New Reality) gives us a science fiction tale about a man separated from his family by a scientific project with potentially world shaking implications. Through his experiments in time travel and

Fractured by Lambert Nagle – Lambert Nagle (2014)

Fractured by Lambert Nagle is a short story prequel to Revolution Earth. As such, I imagine it adds value and insight to folks who are already fans of Revolution Earth. Unfortunately, I’d never heard of the book until I received

Fractured by Lambert Nagle – Lambert Nagle (2014)

Fractured by Lambert Nagle is a short story prequel to Revolution Earth. As such, I imagine it adds value and insight to folks who are already fans of Revolution Earth. Unfortunately, I’d never heard of the book until I received