Book Reviews


Book Reviews | Dec. 5 2018

Book review — The 25 Days of Christmas

Reviewed by Martine Bates Fairbanks, Ed.D. James Merritt. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers, 2018. 56 pp. (Large Hardback). I always try to... [READ MORE]

Book Reviews | Dec. 5 2018

Book review — Catching Christmas

Reviewed by Martine Bates Fairbanks, Ed.D. Terri Blackstock. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 2018. 304 pp. (Hardback). I absolutely love Terri... [READ MORE]

Book Reviews | Dec. 5 2018

Book review — The Ornament Keeper

Reviewed by Martine Bates Fairbanks, Ed.D. Eva Marie Everson. Birmingham, AL: New Hope Publishing, 2018. 135 pp. (Paperback). Felicia Morgan’s... [READ MORE]

Book Reviews | Dec. 5 2018

Book review — Benjamin: The Man Who Missed the First Christmas

Reviewed by Martine Bates Fairbanks, Ed.D. Bill Trawick. Meadville, PA: Christian Faith Publishing Inc., 2018. 22 pp. (Paperback). Benjamin is... [READ MORE]

Book Reviews | Oct. 31 2018

Book review — The Traveler’s Summit

Andy Andrews. Nashville, TN: W Publishing, an Imprint of Thomas Nelson, 2018. 263 pp. (Paperback). This is actually a reprint of a book Andy... [READ MORE]

Book Reviews | Oct. 31 2018

Book review — The Compassionate Father: The World’s Greatest Unfinished Short Story

Eli Landrum. Cleveland, TN: Parson’s Porch Books, 2017. 128 pp. (Paperback). I wonder how many sermons and Sunday School lessons I have heard... [READ MORE]

Book Reviews | Oct. 31 2018

Book review — Beyond Far

Robert Martin. Bloomington, IN: Westbow Press, 2016. 252 pp. (Hardback). Too often, the fiction books I get to review are in need of help. Often,... [READ MORE]

Book Reviews | Sep. 19 2018

The Road Less Traveled Leads Home: The Journey of Elliott Aiken Ellis

Kelly Gordon. Self-published, 2018. 95 pp. (Paperback). The Road Less Traveled Leads Home” is a book that addresses a serious issue in today’s... [READ MORE]

Book Reviews | Sep. 19 2018

There is a Time: Stories of Heartbreak and Hope

A. Ray Lee. BAM! Publishing, 2017. 130 pp. (Paperback). Awell-known former pastor from Morgan County who turned to chaplain work after he retired... [READ MORE]

Book Reviews | Sep. 19 2018

What a Way to Make a Living! Tales of a Small Town Veterinarian

Dr. Steve Pearson. Self-Published, 2018. 150 pp. (Paperback). was eager to read this book, fairly certain I would read stories I had heard before... [READ MORE]

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