A Book Review by Naomi Downing.
A compelling case for recovering the five fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith.
As Christians, who should we turn to if we need help?
Do you blindly trust in faith, or seek the real truth?
A highly personal, thoughtful, intelligent memoir by the man who wrote Chronicles of Narnia.
Six steps to finding what God’s will is in your life.
Holly’s journey to India with her husband and a friend, and the people they helped.
An Olympian’s Journey from Airman to Castaway to Captive.
This informative writing manual addresses important elements such as where to start a novel, openings that hook readers, backstory, creating tension, foreshadowing, and much more.
Even though the title has ‘Christian’ in it, it is really geared to anyone who has questions or needs explanations about Christianity.
A courageous 18-year-old from Nashville gave up every comfort and convenience to become the adoptive mother to 13 girls in Uganda.
This is a must-read book for anyone who writes Christian fiction.
Bethany tells her story about when her arm was taken off by a shark, how she never lost her faith in God, and never gave up her dream.
This book follows the lives of five missionaries and their wives as they lived—and died—in Ecuador preaching to the Indians.
This book is set after World War II; it is about Corrie’s ministry, the people she talked to, the things she taught and even learned herself.
If you are a fantasy or science fiction writer, you should read this book.
A Nonfiction Book Review, by Naomi.
Reagan’s amazing journey, from his childhood in Illinois, to his career in Hollywood, to his election as governor of California and his two terms as president of the United States.
How to Turn Your First Draft into a Published Book.
Someone recommended this book to me and it took about five years to actually decide to read it. Don’t wait like I did.