Wow. I didn’t know what to expect from this novel, but I was absolutely blown away by it! This is YA sci-fi, but it’s a different twist that I had prepared myself for, and I absolutely loved it!
I always find books especially interesting that are loosely based on a Biblical story – it’s fun to watch how the author fleshes different aspects of the true story in a fictional one. And in Bridgers, Angie Thompson did an amazing job fictionally portraying the parable of the Good Samaritan.Continue reading
I’m not sure I’ve ever read a book like this one – twenty-five short, flash fiction stories that all relate to the Christmas story. I knew I enjoyed Angie Thompson’s writing (I was fully convinced after reading A Threat and a Promise), but I wasn’t expecting every single one of these little stories to be so moving!Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I finished a wonderful book called A Threat and a Promise. I absolutely loved the deep sibling relationships, spiritual truths, and wonderful prose – not to mention all of the action! And right now, A Threat and a Promise is on sale for $.99, so be sure to check it out! Here’s my detailed review if you’d like more details on how great this book is.Continue reading
Wow, I had no clue there was an actual Indie Author Day until a few days ago. But I will take any chance I get to talk about some of my favorite authors and books! The vast majority of indie books I’ve read are extremely well-done and deserve just as much publicity as any traditionally published books. In fact, since indie publishing gives authors much more freedom than traditional, indie books are usually more creative and hard-hitting. So if you’re new to indie authors, give them a try! The sheer variety of indie books is epic – as you will see in just a second.Continue reading