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King Solomon on What She Wanted

Bilqis, the Queen of Sheba, was the first royalty to visit King Solomon. The Bible states  “and Solomon did everything that she asked.”  So what did she want? 868 more words

King Solomon

Pulitzer Prize-winning Gilead failed to draw me in


Gilead is a fictional autobiography of a small-town reverend named John Ames. When John finds out his heart is failing, he begins to write a “never-ending letter” to his 7-year-old son, hoping to pass along stories he may not get the chance to tell. 499 more words


Shameless Self-Promotion

      Back in 2011 I received a phone call informing me that I was a winner in the 28th annual Writers of the Future contest.  My novelette… 150 more words

Religion: yes or no?

Steer clear of religion, readers don’t like it. This was the advice given to me a dozen years ago by one of those apparently market-savvy literary consultants who advise writers hoping to find a publisher for their novel. 288 more words


A Draw of Kings (The Staff and the Sword #3)

A Draw of Kings by Patrick W. Carr
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I honestly wish I would have known that this was the third and final book to The Staff & The Sword series. 231 more words


Review: 'The Five People You Meet in Heaven' by Mitch Albom

What can I say about this book. It’s older than the others I’ve read so far this year, having been first published in 2003. It’s a book that is on most people’s radar – if you haven’t read it, you’ve probably heard about it. 193 more words


Strange Bedfellows

When you consider the tonnage of the tomes under which our planet groans, there doesn’t seem to be any new ground left to cover in the BISAC Subject Heading Codes for marketing books. 547 more words