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I'd like to share what I know about: Writing, Book Reviews, Faith, Christianity, Spiritual Speculative Fiction

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Sheila Deeth's first novel, Divide by Zero, has just been released in print and ebook formats. Find it on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Powells, etc. Her spiritual speculative novellas can be found at Gypsy Shadow Publishing or wherever good ebooks are sold. And her short stories have appeared in Voicecatcher 4 and Second Wind Publishing's more

The noisiest kid in class is either called Ann Marie or Jack David, depending on which version of this book you’re reading. It’s interesting for adults read aloud and realize how differently …
You don’t say “sick as a dog” in Hound’s Glenn, and you’d better not say “pig out” in Pig City either. “‘[M]an’ is a serious cuss word,” …
A lovely large-format picture book with bright colors, full-page illustrations, and a thoroughly modern feel, Jay James Gordy’s A Christmas Star’s Wish is beautifully designed for a young …
Many cultures enjoy their different versions of the flood story. This picture book, by Gerald Hausman, beautifully illustrated by Ramon Shiloh, tells a version known to Creek Indians, and ends with an …
The American Oscars are on TV and the unknown English actor is hoping a rather more famous English actor will garner an award. There’s a nice touch of name-dropping and name-twisted in this short, …
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Quick Tips
posted a Quick Tip about Memento. February 03, 2011
DVD front
Can you really tell a story backwards and have the viewer still able to follow it. Memento succeeds, amazingly.
posted a Quick Tip about Donnie Darko. February 03, 2011
Donnie Darko Director's Cut (front)
Fascinatingly odd. One of my sons was very keen to watch this and went out and bought after we rented it together. Definitely odd, but so intriguing I couldn't wait to watch it again.
posted a Quick Tip about The Handmaid's Tale. January 12, 2011
The Handmaid's Tale
One of the reasons I like dystopian novels. She definitely makes you think about things well telling a well-drawn tale.
posted a Quick Tip about Out of the Silent Planet (Space Trilo.... January 12, 2011
Out of the Silent Planet (Space Trilogy, Book One)
I didn't get hooked on this series till I read the last one, but now I love them all.
posted a Quick Tip about The Giver. January 12, 2011
The Giver
Fascinating. I love the way she created the world without long chunks of history and explanation.
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Latest Lists
created a list. July 12, 2011
I was tidying the bookshelves and saw some wonderful English hiding there. With books stacked two-deep and two-high on each shelf, they can hide very …
Harry Potter Years 1-7 Chalet School in Exile (The Chalet School) The Masters (Strangers and Brothers) Madonna of the Astrolabe Sharpe's Tiger (Richard Sharpe's Adventure Series #1)
created a list. June 14, 2011
I never quite decided if I was going to be a pure mathematician or an applied one. Real scientists have to be applied, or so my husband said. So I guess …
The Grand Design A Brief History of Time The Universe in a Nutshell The Ancestor's Tale: A Pilgrimage to the Dawn of Evolution The Greatest Show on Earth
created a list. June 10, 2011
I'm trying to make a list of books I've used in Bible studies and Bible stories. I'll add the list as I find time, or as I read more....
Zondervan Atlas of the Bible The Miracles of Exodus: A Scientist's Discovery of the Extraordinary Natural Causes of the Biblical Stories Origins: A Reformed Look at Creation, Design, and Evolution River Out of Eden Richard Dawkins Noah's Flood: The New Scientific Discoveries About The Event That Changed History
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August 03, 2011
Hi Sheila! I hope you don't mind, but I wanted to add you as a friend and follow your review contributions on Lunch. I sent you a friend add request and the notification that I am following you. Hope that is alright. Feel free to do the same with me! It's been wonderful talking outside the site and getting to know you better.

I'll be finishing the belated newsletter from July today. Will send you a message once it's been sent out. :)
August 03, 2011
I'm now following you too. Frantically reading ebooks for Dan Poynter's Global eBook Awards, so I guess I'll have plenty of reviews to add by the end of the month.
August 03, 2011
Thanks so much for the follow, Sheila! Hope the e-reading goes well! What are the Global eBook Awards about? I can't wait for your new reviews at the end of the month too. I have an ebook review I still need to submit myself. Will probably work on that after the July newsletter is complete.
June 17, 2011
Hi Sheila, I created a few Bible Study related badges because I was inspired by your Favorite books on the Bible list. Can you check them out and recommend any more titles for the badges? I'm not an expert, so any help you can offer would be appreciated. 

Review Badge 1: http://community.cafelibri.com/badges/Bible_Scholar-22946-74-1-1.html

Review Badge 2: http://community.cafelibri.com/badges/Bible_Student-22947-74-1-1.html

Quick Tip Badge 1: http://community.cafelibri.com/badges/Mini_B...holar-22948-74-1-1.html

Quick Tip Badge 2: http://community.cafelibri.com/badges/Mini_B...udent-22949-74-1-1.html
June 20, 2011
I like these. What a lovely idea. I'll try to recommend more titles as they come to mind. I suspect some readers might not like River out Eden being in the list, but it meant a lot to me.
June 28, 2011
Thanks, Sheila! I'm glad you approve of what I put together so far. Since your list inspired me, it seemed only fair to include all the books mentioned in your list regardless of what other readers think. It's always a matter of opinion, after all. :)
October 24, 2010
Congrats on unlocking the newest badge from Cafe Libri: The Hunger Games badge! Happy reading!
October 22, 2010
Hi Sheila! I just wanted to let you know that user @MeliWillis wrote her thoughts down about Dekker and all his books. Check the thread out again when you get a chance! Hopefully, you can better choose a starting novel based on her descriptions!
October 15, 2010
Welcome to Lunch Sheila! I am enjoying reading some of your reviews. :)  I'm a Brand Ambassador here and I am always around to answer any questions you may have. I thought you may like reading @jachism's take on The Shack. You can also browse all the other great communities to see if there is something else you may be interested in, you may want to check out Social_Media. Anyway, make yourself at home and have fun!
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