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Life Itself (The Living Cell)

In “Deluded By Darwinism” Martin Down has simplified the issue between science and faith for the general reader. Deluded by Darwinism has 176 pages divided into 29 short chapters that deal with the relationship between faith and science. 1,352 more words


Book Reviews: Samurai Santa, Gingerbread Pirates and Zombelina

by Alison Potoma

The best part of being an auntie is sitting down with my nephews and nieces and reading a good book together before bedtime. 601 more words

Children's Books

Review of The Not Very Merry Pout-Pout Fish, by Deborah Diesen plus GIVEAWAY!

Reviewed by Kirsti Call

I grew up making hand crafted gifts for loved one. After sharing this with my kids, The Not Very Merry Pout Pout Fish… 236 more words

Picture Books

Fiction: A Safe Place to Feel

By Marianne Knowles

A couple of months back one of my writing groups had an email discussion that went something like this. Details have been changed to shield the identities of the child readers. 1,071 more words

Children's Books

Forty Favorite Haunted Tomes

By Marti Johnson

I am not by definition a scaredy-cat, but I do like to sleep at night. So, I avoid reading thrillers with zombies or other creatures that lurk in dark quiet places waiting to ‘get-cha’. 839 more words

Children's Books

What a Review Can Do for You

By Carrie Charley Brown

As authors, we’d all prefer a five star book review over four, right? 1st place over runner up? A Kirkus starred review over a super complimentary one? 536 more words

Writing Tools & Tips

3 Reasons Why YA Matters

In the last 10 days I’ve read 15 YA books and as a YA CYBILS award panelist,  I’ll be reading dozens more within the next couple of months. 476 more words