Obsessed review

bookshelves: religious, suspense, horror, historical-fiction,speculative-fiction, favorites 4/5 stars When Obsessed was published in 2005, I don’t know if Ted Dekker was a household name. He certainly hadn’t gained the loyal fan base that he knows today. It is a cult-like following, in that his fans can be quite devisive at times, and they let their opinions of him and his work be known. It […]

Imajica review

bookshelves: classics, challenging-literature, british, defies-categorization, fantasy, science-fiction, buddy-read, mythology-folflore, religious, favorites, horror Recommended to Dustin by: Senaka Recommended for: Holly Torres 5/5 stars   “It was the pivotal teaching of Pluthero Quexos, the most celebrated dramatist of the Second Dominion, that in any fiction, no matter how ambitious its scope or profound its theme, there was only ever room for three players. Between warring kings, a peacemaker; between […]

Thirty-Eight…Part Two

I humbly pray in earnest that these scales be washed from my eyes, so I may finally see…   Since publishing yesterday’s post (Part I,) I got to thinking and realized that it may seem more concerned with the love and concern that I have for my stepsons. That wasn’t my intent, which isn’t to […]

Thirty-Eight Years Gone..

“Time, which changes people, does not alter the image we have of them.” -Marcel Proust   I was originally going to start out with the date that I began writing this post, which was August 17, 2017. But since that day is long gone, I’ll begin in full. I am thirty-eight today, and I’m not […]

The Walking Dead, issue #1…

5/5 stars bookshelves: to-read, art, comics, zombie-lit, horror, science-fiction,favorites Recommended to Dustin by: Stepheny Recommended for: anyone that’s passionate about art and great storytelling.   I owe a great deal of gratitude to Stepheny Zimmerman, for convincing me to try this in the first place, eons ago. Most likely, I probably wouldn’t have ever tried it, let alone enjoyed it. Thank you, buddy. […]

Blog recommendation

I hardly ever do this, but I recently befriended Tatum on Goodreads, which in turn led me to her wonderful and doubly inspiring blog. I couldn’t be more thankful for either, truly. As the title clearly indicates, she is a Christian and her blog reflects her journey and transformation and her investigations.   https://loveandchristblog.wordpress.com/   […]

Life, Light, Love review

  It is always a pleasure ti receive anything from an author, especially one that you know personally. Receiving Vivian Rider’s Life, Light, Love was doubly exciting because my wife and I had been anticipating its arrival for quite some time.   However, as we took turns reading it to our four year old son, […]