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12 hours, 17 min ago

67670 Short and sweet review for the audio edition of RISE TO POWER:


★★★★★ Overall
★★★★★ Performance
★★★★★ Story

"Great listen"
This is not the type of book I would normally listen too but if found it very good good.

Uvi has brought David to life in the story.

David George's rendition of the book is great.

A must listen to book

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Jul 05, 2015 09:02AM

67670 A long time ago I used to think that my youth was to blame for failing to understand my wives. No longer can I use that excuse, because I know all too well, there is no youth in me anymore. Which leaves me as baffled as ever, especially when it comes to the one woman I adore: Bathsheba--

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I held her in my arms that hot summer evening


Jul 01, 2015 08:18AM

67670 Born in Potsdam, Germany, Gisela Sedimayer has a love for the written word. I am thrilled to find her review of my book, A Favorite Son:

★★★★★ An amazing read
By Gisela Sedlmayer​
A remarkable read that could happen in today’s families. A biblical, twisting story about Jacob getting his birth right before his brother Esau with the help of his mother Rebecca.

Yankle, deceiving his brother of his birth right with a lentil soup and the help of his mother. Was that the right way to do? As he found out, it was not. He is now asking himself again and again, Where did I go wrong? It was all mothers’ fault. Her calculation missed the mark. She might think that once Isaac blessed me, Esav would realize who was really the one in power. But it was not to happen. Instead his brother longs to kill him.

A great lesson to be learned about deceiving

This book is the fourth book by Uvi Poznansky I have read now. And it is as marvellous as the first. A great writer and understanding of the word. Yes, Uvi, you did it again, you never cease to amaze me.

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Jun 30, 2015 09:42AM

67670 Michelle Bellon​ is a young yet prolific author, whose books, Embracing Me, Embracing You, Rogue Alliance, and her latest, The Fire Within, are thrilling to read. One of her questions was, "Describe your writing style," To which I replied, "I would describe my writing style as layered, much like Lasagna, with each layer having a different flavor and a different texture that complements the entire dish. How do I achieve this? The process, for me, is very similar to the way I sculpt: I shape the clay, then go around the unfinished piece and view it from an unexpected direction, in various lights, sometimes in the morning, sometimes at night, so as to achieve an effect that works well for me. Similarly when I write--"

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One of my favorite authors


Jun 29, 2015 04:14PM

67670 Sheila wrote: "congratulations"

Oh thank you so much Sheila! Good to hear from you :)
Jun 29, 2015 07:46AM

67670 Catalina Egan​, author of The Bridge of Deaths​, invited me graciously to come back to her blog, and rite a guest article for it. It starts with, "All of us take Truth to mean an absolute account of reality. But since we view reality through the lens of who we are, our experience, our mood at a certain time, we create multiple versions of this reality, which may or may not agree with each other--"

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Why history is the agreed upon lie


Jun 28, 2015 09:16AM

67670 Doing the happy dance! I've just gotten this wonderful note:

"I am contacting you on behalf of the IBD Awards. We had recently received a nomination for your book, Twisted and have selected it as the Indie Book of the Day Award winner for 27th of June, 2015. As a result, your book is currently featured on our homepage for the entire day today until 8-10 am US CDT the next day."

Check it out: Twisted is Indie Book of the Day Award


Jun 23, 2015 07:55AM

67670 Thomas Jerome Baker has written books in the following genres: romance, historical fiction, autobiographical, sports history/biography, and English Language Teaching. I am thrilled to find his review of my trilogy, The David Chronicles:

★★★★★ Extraordinary and fascinating, June 23, 2015
By Thomas Baker​
God called David “a man after his own heart”. The first time we see David in the Bible is when the prophet Samuel comes to Jesse’s house looking for the next king of Israel. King Saul had been rejected by God—though he still sat on the throne. God said in 1 Samuel 13 that He would remove the kingdom from Saul and give it to a “man after his own heart” (1 Samuel 13:13, 14). In chapter 16 Samuel went to Jesse’s house looking to anoint the new king.

David was Jesse’s son and the youngest of eight brothers. Samuel looked over the other brothers and knew that God had not chosen any of them. Samuel asked Jesse if there were any more sons to consider. In 1 Samuel 16:11 Samuel said that he would eagerly wait until David came from the pasture where he was tending the sheep. Samuel anointed David as king even though he was still a young man. We don’t know how old David was when this took place, but it is commonly believed that he was just a boy between the ages of 8 and 12.

What author Uvi Poznansky does in "The David Chronicles" is give us a fresh perspective on the story of David. David's story is common to us all through our reading of the Bible. In the hands of Poznansky, it is an extraordinary, fascinating and ambitious literary endeavour. Making use of artistic license, this story is like nothing we have ever heard before: from the king himself, giving the unofficial version, "the one that could not be allowed to be told or written." This makes use of our ability to suspend disbelief, and enjoy the story for what it is, without reference to the reality we are familiar with. It's a fascinating and irresistible proposition, recognizing that all humans share the "urge to tell all." David, freed from the constraints of his biblical identity, indeed, tells all... ** I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.

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The Edge of Revolt (The David Chronicles #3) by Uvi Poznansky
Jun 22, 2015 12:52PM

67670 Would you believe that writing biblically inspired books is a risky proposition? Let me suggest to you that it is. Why? Because some of your readers may have only a vague recollection of the reference material, back from their days in Sunday school. Others may be totally unfamiliar with it--

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The Perils of Biblical Inspiration


Jun 16, 2015 11:57AM

67670 I want to wait, wait for her to give herself to me—but in the end I cannot fight my passion any longer, and I take her. She sighs softly and arches against me, rising on the fervor of my caress, higher and higher into ecstasy.

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David commits adultery


Jun 10, 2015 09:37AM

67670 The David Chronicles is the journey of a lifetime, from the hero's youth to his old age. The way I wrote it is greatly inspired by painting and sculpture throughout the history of art, depicting the story David, who is an exceptional historical figure with great gifts, facing great temptations in love and war--

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Begin the journey, see where it takes you


Jun 04, 2015 07:50AM

67670 “Oh, it was terrifying!” cries the soldier. “And yet, Absalom looked more magnificent than ever! He was beginning to look like a tree himself, with his hair pulling at its roots, branching out, twisting every which way in that light, that dim light that slipped here and there through the leaves, dappling him.”

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He plunged them into Absalom's heart


Jun 03, 2015 09:43AM

67670 I go out to the roof and pace to and fro. Already, there is chill in the air. The rays of the setting sun give a last flicker before darkness, before a sensation of fear sets in. Then they withdraw, hesitating to touch the tabernacle of God down there, below me.
Coming back in I set the twin sconces, left and right of the chamber door, aflame. Which is when, to the quickening of my pulse, I see it opening.
There she is, lifting her little foot and setting it across the threshold.

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Love? Lust? Decadence?


Jun 01, 2015 10:33AM

67670 Wanda Hartzenberg​ is a top rated Amazon reviewer, and the author of The Struggle of Me. She is also a high-ranking reviewer on Goodreads. So I am deeply honored that she posted this review for my novel, Rise to Power:

5Ahm. Oh my. David is far more interesting now!
ByWanda "Wandah Panda"on May 31, 2015
Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
Until yesterday I was convinced I have read and reviewed this book before.
I started it and finished it in one sitting. The prose are truly like poetry in motion.

Not at all the David I came to know from the Bible and at the same time exactly like the man that fathered nations and religions.

I gasped in shock. Chuckled in guilty understanding and laughed out loud at life from the point of view of David. Not so much a hero here, much more a man. But then, hero's are created post life and this David is very much alive.

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Rise to Power (The David Chronicles #1) by Uvi Poznansky
May 31, 2015 10:25AM

67670 Here is a short a sweet review by Lori Lopez, the author of many books of lovely quirky writing, for my book, Twisted:

★★★★★ Artistic!, May 29, 2015
By Lori Lopez "Wordsmith", Verified Purchase

This is a very short yet intriguing collection loosely bound by a common theme. All of the tales are imaginatively sculpted with words by the author-artist, and there is a sense of the characters taking shape, struggling through various trials in a three-dimensional manner. I found it unusual and captivating.

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Twisted by Uvi Poznansky
May 29, 2015 02:28PM

67670 I used to enjoy expressing myself, even in sadness. Yet now, the only cries that come bursting out of me are so violent, so forceful, that they are nearly devoid of language.
“Oh my son Absalom! My son, my son Absalom!”
I thrust my crown across the floor till it clangs, clangs, clangs. And to that sound I collapse into the corner, and press my lips like a lover against the stone wall, letting its coldness seep into me.
“If only I had died instead of you! Oh Absalom, my son, my son!”

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If only I had died instead of you


May 27, 2015 09:14AM

67670 A short and sweet review for A Favorite Son:

★★★★★ A great story
By Amazon readeron April 3, 2015 Verified Purchase

A great story based on ancient scriptures the author takes us to the biblical period and sweeps us a fascinating story, modern contemporary version. Delightful and exciting. I read the book from beginning to end Unable to stop... Warm recommendation

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A Favorite Son by Uvi Poznansky
May 26, 2015 02:38PM

67670 After so many years of marriage, with a husband as doting as Uriah, she is still without child. And with her reputation—about which she can do little, because she is, after all, a soldier’s wife—Bathsheba must have been with many men before me. Still, she is childless. How else can you explain this fact, but by assuming she is barren?

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Bathsheba, a soldier's wife


May 22, 2015 02:36PM

67670 This Memorial Day weekend, start something new
Something that everyone here, our entire crew
Wants to put in your hands, in your mind and heart
A story to read, something really smart!

Memorial Day weekend, start reading At Odds with Destiny


May 21, 2015 03:02PM

67670 Meanwhile, my father wades out to the rocks, leans over the edge, and waves his hand to me with something cupped in it, part of which is dangling down. I am reluctant to ask, Well, what is it? So I glance at this thing, this seaweed which is dark green and somewhat fuzzy, because of the hair on its swollen fingers. One finger wraps around a second one, which twists around, coiling over itself, creating a loop through which a third one feels its way, nicking here, pricking there, trying to penetrate. “See?” he indicates. “Dead Man’s Fingers! Remember?”

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Seaweed as a source of inspiration


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