“A Saint for Any Season” by D.M. Langdon

D.M. Langdon is the author of seven books, all containing words of spiritual wisdom. She is a spiritualist medium and psychic who gets all her information from the spirit world. Her belief is that she is just a scribe and a vessel for sharing wisdom.

Her book “A Saint for Any Season” is centered around the life of a saint who shares what his faith has taught him. … More “A Saint for Any Season” by D.M. Langdon

“Kenosis” by Matt McCracken

“Kenosis” by Matt McCracken delves into the thorny subjects of faith and religion. Centered on the life and trials of an Episcopal reverend, it explores an unusual friendship between a man of the cloth and a convicted felon who is doing time. In each other, they find a connection that transcends the disparities between the stations in their lives, and Reverend Amos Richardson is touched and forever changed by his interaction with Jess. … More “Kenosis” by Matt McCracken

“Sabal Palms and the Southern Squall” by Terry Overton

Elaine Smith is a widow who lives in a beautiful seaside town. She has always had a gift for writing, but even her friends doubt that the Christian devotional content Elaine prefers will ever earn her any money or recognition. As Elaine and her friends hunker down for a category three hurricane, they have no idea just how much this storm is about to supernaturally impact their lives and the lives of people all across the United States. As unforeseen connections, spiritual healing, and miracles take place in the wake of the storm, so too does the peace and encouragement that one can only find in the midst of such devastation. … More “Sabal Palms and the Southern Squall” by Terry Overton

“Fields of Fire” by Ryan Steck

“Fields of Fire” left me sleepless. This breathtaking debut thriller features Matthew Redd, a tough battle-hardened Marine Raider. In the span of a few days, he loses everything that holds meaning for him. Matt faces facts that don’t ring true as he deals with the shame, defeat, and complete despair over these losses. Now he’s got some tough decisions to make. … More “Fields of Fire” by Ryan Steck

“The Messiah’s Servant” by William I. Brazley, Jr.

The way that Brazley wrote the interaction between Jesus and Simeon, as well as interactions between anyone in the story, is genuine and relatable. I had a mix of emotions while reading this book; some of the situations felt real and having to imagine leaving your family forever was tough to process for me.The way that Brazley wrote the interaction between Jesus and Simeon, as well as interactions between anyone in the story, is genuine and relatable. I had a mix of emotions while reading this book; some of the situations felt real and having to imagine leaving your family forever was tough to process for me. … More “The Messiah’s Servant” by William I. Brazley, Jr.

“Breach of Honor” by Janice Cantore

An intense thriller with a look at the corruption and code of honor inside law enforcement. Leah Radcliff is a hardworking police officer in small town, Table Rock, Oregon. On the outside, it appears she has it all: good job, loving husband. But all is not what it seems. In reality, Leah is living with an abusive husband, a fellow officer, a local hero. Eventually, the abuse gets so bad that Leah has no choice but to kill her husband. This devastating event divides a town in half. Most of the town feels that Brad could do no wrong, and that Leah killed him in his sleep. This leads to Leah spending time in jail while the truth about how corrupt the town truly is comes to light. Can Leah survive prison? Will Table Rock stay corrupt? … More “Breach of Honor” by Janice Cantore