Our Lady of Guadalupe: Mother of the Civilization of Love – a “must read” book for anyone interested in Our Lady of Guadalupe

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Our Lady of Guadalupe: Mother of the Civilization of Love by Carl Anderson (Author), Eduardo Chavez Although I usually pay scant attention to Marian apparitions, ever since I first was exposed to the importance of the symbolism in the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, I have been interested in her. Briefly, as In Conversation [Read More...]

Red, White, Blue and Zombies: Reviewing “Patient Zero” by Jonathan Maberry

My review for SFFaudio which they very kindly let me run here also. Jonathan Maberry caught my attention immediately with Patient Zero’s dedication: This book is dedicated to the often unsung and overlooked heroes who work in covert operations and the intelligence communities. And then he caught it again with the quote with which the [Read More...]

When the Fine Art of Storytelling Goes to the Dogs: Reviewing “Hounded” by Kevin Hearne

Hounded by Kevin Hearne My rating: 1 of 5 stars This is my review from SFFaudio. Hounded is the first of a hugely popular YA series, highly recommended by a friend and, luckily for me, available as a review book from SFFaudio. Here’s the brief summary for those who, like me, hadn’t heard of this [Read More...]


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