CSB He Reads Truth Bible Review and Giveaway

Truth time: I hardly ever use a physical Bible. Nearly all of my devotional reading and studying is done on my computer, smartphone, or tablet. I use a physical Bible when I occasionally teach at church and pull one out when I don’t want to have a screen in my face.

When I use a physical Bible, it is a multi-sensory experience. The scent and texture of the material, combined with the sounds of turning pages and seeing the words help to emboss what I’m reading into my heart and mind. Nearly all of my senses are engaged when I use a physical Bible rather than a virtual one and each Bible that I own provides its own unique experience.

Bibles make great gifts as long as you’re giving someone a great Bible. The CSB He Reads Truth Bible( is a great Bible. Listen to the podcast to hear all of my thoughts on this study Bible and how I think it will help you study God’s Word. Continue reading “CSB He Reads Truth Bible Review and Giveaway”

THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY by Erik Larson – Book Review in My Bathrobe

THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY by Erik Larson will captivate readers with the true story of Dr. H.H. Holmes and the Chicago World’s Fair.

This week on Book Review in My Bathrobe I tackle The Devil in the White City. This is no easy task when my sash keeps coming undone!

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JEWEL OF THE STARS – EARTH’S REMNANT by Adam David Collings | Book Review in My Bathrobe

JEWEL OF THE STARS – EARTH’S REMNANT by Adam David Collings combines themes from “The Love Boat” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation”.

I’ve started a new series on my YouTube channel: Book Reviews in My Bathrobe.

The first book I chose to review was Jewel of The Stars: Earth’s Remnant by Adam David Collings. The synopsis of the book follows the video.

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“A Star Curiously Singing” by Kerry Nietz Book Review

Imagine if you had access to the world’s data with a mere thought. The plethora of ideas and knowledge available to you would shape your life immeasurably.

Now image with that ability comes a restriction. You are free to access all the data but every thought you have must conform to a set of codes and thinking outside of the worldwide zeitgeist would result in physical pain.

That is the world of a debugger in Kerry Neitz’s fantastic cyberpunk novel A Star Curiously Singing.
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