Book Reviews and Articles

Philip Chavanne’s The Early Tales of Snow and Oakham

Philip Chavanne’s The Early Tales of Snow and Oakham

A sense of place is critical in engaging fiction. Oh, I suppose you could write some uomo senza nome-type landscape where characters interact in an unsubstantial vacuum. (Great dialogue, after all, can redeem a multitude of literary sins.) But the resulting book might not much connect with normal readers […]

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Xulon Press book reaches rural Uganda village in East Africa

Xulon Press book reaches rural Uganda village in East Africa

The Xulon Press book UNLOCK TECHNOLOGY with the Computer Puppets for Grades 3rd-5th  was released in May and has already reached a rural Uganda village in East Africa. Author and Xulon Press’ own Rene Compton has watched in amazement as God has used her book to make a difference for others. “God has no limits […]

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