The Noticer

I struggle with the right words to describe The Noticer by Andy Andrews from Thomas Nelson. Is it the beginning of a movement, or a good marketing plan? Is it a feel-good book, or a short story stretched to fill about 150 pages? Is it autobiographical, or just written to sound like it? I’m afraid

Collapse of Distinction

Collapse of Distinction: Stand out and move up while your competition fails by Scott McKain Thomas Nelson Collapse of Distinction by Scott McKain, even sitting on the bookstore shelf, is the message. The cover stands out as distinct. It is a durable textbook-style cover that indicates the writer and publisher intend for you to use

The Chronological Study Bible

Many resources are available to read the Bible in chronological order. And, although it is interesting to read David’s psalms along with his life story, it sheds little light on God’s work in history. The Chronological Study Bible from Thomas Nelson illuminates God’s story by placing the inspired Scripture in the context of the history

House of Dark Shadows

When I read the prologue to House of Dark Shadows by Robert Liparulo, I thought the book was going to be an edge-of-your-seat suspense. I was disappointed; House is less suspense and more a journal of the King family, around whom the story revolves. Rather than an adult book, this should be considered YA. The