It took me nearly the entire year to complete this book, but it was definitely an interesting look at the history behind the airship and the airplane. If this is an area of interest for you, I would encourage you to read or listen to this book. Continue reading I Finally Finished It!
Resilient was written during, and partially in response to, some of the tensest and most difficult hours of the COVID-19 pandemic. John Eldredge has been a Christian counselor for several decades and has written many books that help Christians put their physical, emotional, and spiritual lives in perspective. Continue reading Resilient
Exciting News! The audiobook version of The Watcher’s Realm is now available for your listening pleasure on Audible! Narrated by none other than yours truly. Continue reading Book 2 of The Nutcracker Trilogy is Now Available on Audible!
Andy Marino’s Escape from Chernobyl is a great read for young and old alike. This historical fiction depicts the very real events of April 26, 1986 through the eyes of fictional characters. Continue reading This is a Test. This is Only a Test.
Blesed Mode by Kel Mitchell Synopsis Blessed Mode is a 90-day, daily devotional that will challenge and encourage you. Each devotional also contains a prayer and an action that you can take to put the given day’s topic to work. Kel covers a wide range of topics such, as speaking with kindness, not dwelling on past hurts, and seeing the world as Christ sees it. … Continue reading Blessed Mode
Matthew Raimey was a rather self-centered young man. He was in his early twenties, newly graduated from business school, and literally had his whole life ahead of him – that is, until the skiing accident that left him paralyzed from the neck down. Continue reading Alien First Contact on Jupiter!
At first, I didn’t want to go outside in the cold to take these photos, but I’m glad that I did! Continue reading There’s Something in the Fog
Whenever I start reading a new book, I am compelled to finish said book, no matter what. I’m not sure what it is that causes this. Is it out of some sense of loyalty to the author? Some feeling that I owe it to them to finish their book because I know how challenging it can be to write? Continue reading Why do I do this to myself?