Author Archives: Nathan Albright

About Nathan Albright

I'm a person with diverse interests who loves to read. If you want to know something about me, just ask.

Book Review: The Seduction Of Eva Volk

The Seduction Of Eva Volk, by C.D. Baker [Note: This book was provided free of charge by the author in exchange for an honest review.] In some ways, this novel has an unfortunate title for the unwary potential reader. Although … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pursuing Justice

Pursuing Justice: The Call To Live & Die For Bigger Things, by Ken Wytsma [Note: This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Press in exchange for an honest review.] This particular book offers a biblical approach to … Continue reading

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A Week To Remember, A Week To Forget

Yesterday, when I was reviewing a book [1], I was reminded that this particular book is seeking to promote PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) awareness. Technically speaking, there is a wide variety of days, weeks, and months devoted to PTSD awareness, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Love Letters From The Edge

Love Letters from the Edge: Meditations for Those Struggling with Brokenness, Trauma, and the Pain of Life, by Shelly Beach and Wanda Sanchez [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Kregel Book Tours in exchange for an honest … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Beatles: Day By Day

The Beatles: Day By Day: The Sixties As They Happened, by Terry Burrows This book happened to be a birthday present from my mother, and she did so just knowing my love of books, the Beatles [1], and historical chronology. … Continue reading

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Friendly Skies

In life, we often take it for granted that the skies we fly on are friendly ones. Last night I kissed and hugged my mom farewell and she went off back home to Florida on a redeye flight. She took … Continue reading

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Heavier Things

Today I heard a sermon that I have never heard before, in comparing our spiritual lives to education, although I must admit that I have pondered such issues myself in a limited way [1]. It was a very inventive audience, … Continue reading

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It’s Not The Years, It’s The Miles

One poem I have meant to blog on but have not quite gotten around to it because I am not sure what I would say about it is an old English folk poem that engages in the dubious and immoral … Continue reading

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Book Review: Created For Influence

Created For Influence: Transforming The Culture From Where You Are, by William L. Ford III [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Chosen Books in exchange for an honest book review.] Rarely do I read a book that … Continue reading

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Cui Bono?

The Latin phrase cui bono is a common phrase in dealing with argumentation, especially of a political sort, in its meaning if not exactly in its usage. The phrase means “who benefits,” and is often asked as a question in … Continue reading

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