My husband can’t see the need. He rightly makes the point that there are differences between men and women that will always define certain roles – men are stronger and more gung ho, and women are more cautious and have more patience (sometimes) – but he also believes that ‘the best person for the job’ … More International Women’s Day 2019 – Why celebrate? #PaintItPurple
This cheered me up no end as I rarely get a sale or review of this book. What also amazed me was my also-boughts for this novel – my other six books! I must be doing something right – but the review… ‘Hoping to dare for the GIFT OF PROPHECY! 2 February 2019 This is … More The Lord of the Rings meets Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever?
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This isn’t really a bad review, it being a four-star and saying the ‘writing was good and compelling enough’, but it raises interesting questions for the writer. I quote part of the review. ‘I was uncomfortable with some of the content and it seemed a bit long.’ The novel in question is Where Hope Dares. … More How long is a piece of string? Bad reviews – 3
Free 1st to 3rd April at http://getbook.at/WhereHopeDares – Mistaken beliefs and an evil tyrant. ‘I don’t know where to begin in praising this book – there is so much that is good about it. It is a post-apocalypse saga of epic proportions. Worthy of the mistresses of the genre, Margaret Attwood and Ursula LeGuin, the … More FREE!!!!!!!!!!! WHERE HOPE DARES
‘Forgive them, Father, for they know not what they do.’ As an atheist, I view forgiveness on a personal scale, and I admire those who through faith can forgive what seem to me to be unforgiveable acts. Certainly, if you can rid yourself of the eroding and destructive feelings of anger or injustice that eat … More Forgiveness – what, who, when, or if?