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review 2021-11-17 17:12
From Dust And Ashes - Tricia Goyer
From Dust and Ashes: A Story of Liberation - Tricia Goyer
In lieu of Remembrance Day, I wanted to read a story with a WWII theme. Since I love Tricia Goyer's other books so much, I decided to give hers a try.
It was exactly what I knew the author would deliver. A solid story that pulled at my heart in so many ways. Helene is a strong woman that should be admired. I'm so glad she gets her happily ever after. Peter is such a gentleman. Michaela and Lelia show the bonds of friendship. Plus as always, God is ever present to lead the way.
The Nazi parts were tough to read, as they should be. It should also teach people how not to be. 
I don't normally read war stories, but I would read more from this author. She just knows how to blend the reader's emotions and keep them rapt. I guess now I'm off to save Night Song to my list!
 
 
Source: www.fredasvoice.com/2021/11/from-dust-and-ashes-tricia-goyer-47.html
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review 2021-11-07 15:22
Cynthia Starts A Band - Olivia Swindler
The story as a whole was good.
It's a story about a woman who is used in a twisted way, and abused by people she is supposed to be able to trust. She has a moment of clarity, and runs.
The end of the book was my favorite part. It had a positive flow, and I really dug how it came together.
The beginning was mildly confusing in parts, more the transitioning of the story. I get it is told in viewpoints, but maybe they didn't transition as I had hoped. It did get better though.
For a debut novel, it was a decent. It kept me reading to know what would happen to Eleanor/Cynthia. I look forward to the next book the author writes.
 
 
Source: www.fredasvoice.com/2021/11/cynthia-starts-band-olivia-swindler-46.html
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review 2021-10-24 21:21
Cemetery Boys - Aiden Thomas
I've been wanting to read this since I saw it come out and am glad I finally got to. I really enjoyed this story, and frankly, didn't have any idea anything about the Brujx before.
I loved the ghost story romance. Well done!! I didn't see it coming and then it was all I wanted. 
The magical elements in this story appeal to me. I like wiccan and voodoo stories and felt this was much of the same, just a different culture, but it still felt relatable. 
I definitely want to read more about Yadriel and his people. I was so invested in those parts of the story.
 
 
Source: www.fredasvoice.com/2021/10/cemetery-boys-aiden-thomas-45.html
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url 2021-10-19 17:32
The Earth Fertility of old Europe
Spiritual Symbols With their Meanings - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Metaphysics of Sound: In Search of the Name of God - Nataša Pantović Nuit
The Language of the Goddess - Marija Gimbutas,Joseph Campbell

The Earth Fertility of old Europe

within World’s Black Archeological Market https://artof4elements.com/tag/art

 

# of old Europe # and World’s Black Archeological Market

Neolithic European  and  learning from 

Marija GIMBUTAS Earth Fertility of old Europe

Symbols and Signs Research by Nataša Pantović

Ever since its first discovery in 1908 by the Serbian archaeologist Miloje Vasić, Vinča culture, a Neolithic settlement that spanned most of Serbia, parts of Romania, Bulgaria & Macedonia, has been of great interest to the lay public and scientists alike.

middle-bronze-age-figurine

Middle Bronze Age Goddess 1800 BC

From Neolithic monuments to Roman Villas and prehistoric figurines the river basin of Danube (Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria) has proved rich for treasure hunters over the years

In 2005, Police in central Germany found the artifacts that date to the Neolithic period and are believed to belong to the Vinca, in a sports bag belonging to two Serbs. Last year, a 2,000 year old Roman monument weighing half a ton was stolen in 24 hours after the find. Such epigraphic monuments, stone monuments with Latin engraving text) are extremely rare in the world so the  value is extremely high.

Source: artof4elements.com/entry/291/the-earth-fertility-of-old-europe
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photo 2021-10-14 20:35

For all you Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy fans -- win and wear the ultimate answer

 

Why 42?

Forty-two is the answer to life, the universe and everything, in Douglas Adams’s masterpiece, a surreal and goofy romp through the universe.

 

Enter now!

 

Why giveaway this?

Because I think that fans of HHGTTG will also enjoy my new book, Alpha Max: An Existential Romp through an Absurd Multiverse. Now, I’m not saying Alpha Max is as funny HHGTTG, because that’s a pretty high bar.

 

However, I have some earlier reviewers compare this work to that of Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett and also Kurt Vonnegut. The winner will also receive a signed, first edition copy of my new book!

 

cover image of Alpha Max by Mark A. Rayner

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