The Goddess Letters (Vicki Matthews)

Author Interview

1. What inspired you to write The Goddess Letters?

My primary inspiration for The Goddess Letters was a desire to help change the world. I feel the reason we find ourselves dancing so close to the dangerous edge of lost sustainability is that we are missing a dynamic balance our world used . . . → Read More: The Goddess Letters (Vicki Matthews)

The God Matrix – Review

John Phoenix is a college professor of psychology and a very gifted hypnotherapist. When he notices an increase of clients who are claiming to have been abducted by aliens, his interest is piqued. He classifies these people into three groups. One group consists of a few people who appear to have been abducted, yet . . . → Read More: The God Matrix – Review

MARY, WOMAN OF SORROWS – Reviewed by Judy Croome

A sweet book, with an interesting premise, this historical novel fictionalises the lives of two prominent women in the King James Bible – Mary of Nazareth and Mary Magdalene – in an attempt to dispel negative portrayals of women in the bible.

For the right reader, this novel may bring a sense of enlightenment . . . → Read More: MARY, WOMAN OF SORROWS – Reviewed by Judy Croome

SONG OF GEORGE – reviewed by Judy Croome

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“Song of George: Portrait of an Unlikely Holy Man” is not a novel…it’s pure Art. This intense, unusual story contains original prose, poetry, song lyrics and artwork, all welded together by a thread of human suffering reminiscent of the great Russian authors such as Dostoevksy.

Although they are very different stories, . . . → Read More: SONG OF GEORGE – reviewed by Judy Croome

THE BEAR WITH TWO SHADOWS – Reviewed by Judy Croome

THE BEAR WITH TWO SHADOWS by Roland Yeomans Reviewed by Judy Croome

My heart wanted to give this story 5*. It deserves 5 stars, for it is a story told in the ways of the old ones: the Native American shamans, the Zulu sangomas and the Bedouin fugaras.

Hibbs is a bear with an . . . → Read More: THE BEAR WITH TWO SHADOWS – Reviewed by Judy Croome