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Bret James Stewart

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Bret James Stewart is an eclectic author. He is a poet, playwright, game designer, and author of both fiction and non-fiction.

As you might expect, he is also an avid reader. He enjoys fantasy, poetry, Christian non-fiction, environmental works, and mythology. His favourite authors include Tolkien, Christopher J.H. Wright, and pretty much anyone who has written Dungeons and Dragons material.

A Christian Druid, Bret James is active in ministry. He loves to hike and play Dungeons and Dragons. He hangs out with his feline pal, Petit-Leon Le Chronicleer du Fay, and they spend a lot of time listening to epic fantasy soundtracks and Duran Duran.

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Bret James Stewart I rarely have across the board writer's block. As I have more than one project at any given time, I am blessed with the ability to switch tasks if I…moreI rarely have across the board writer's block. As I have more than one project at any given time, I am blessed with the ability to switch tasks if I need to. If I get bogged down with one work, I work on something else. If I am totally blocked, I just sit down with pen and paper or at the computer and just write something, even if it is nonsense. After a (hopefully short) while, I break through the block.(less)
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My adventure module, A Pipeful of Trouble, for low level characters and published by D-oom Games is now available in electronic formatte. It has great art and maps, the adventure goals are exciting, and the module contains a nice mixture of combat and role-playing, making it appealing to most gamers. Check it out and get your game on!

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Unbowed by Wangari Maathai
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I really liked this book. Maathai has had an interesting life, and she tells her encouraging story in a humble yet intriguing manner. The memoir follows her beginnings from a tribal member of a farming community in the rich-soiled area in view of Mt. ...more
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Trials of the Hierophant by Ethan Risso
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Gutter trash. This is how I rate this book. I bought the hardcover version of this book and was eagerly awaiting reading it as I loved the first book in the series as the first was virtually clean and interesting. To my surprise, this, the second boo ...more
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Gambit of the Glass Crowns by Ethan Risso
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I must say I am quite disappointed. This book is virtually free of cursing and well-written. I enjoyed the book, in itself, immensely. However, I think Risso must have a con going as the second book in the series is riddled with major cursing to the ...more
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Biblical Foundations for Baptist Churches by John S. Hammett
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Hammett grapples with the foundational concepts of what it means to be a church from the biblical perspective. He presents an ecclesiology based upon biblical principle and practical concerns. Overall, I think this book is well researched and present ...more
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Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis
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I really loved this book. I wanted to binge-read, but I had to refrain because of work and other goofy reasons.

Lewis wrote this as his only stand-alone novel for adults. It is a reimagining of the Greek mythological tale of Cupid and Psyche. I spent
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Gambit of the Glass Crowns by Ethan Risso
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I must say I am quite disappointed. This book is virtually free of cursing and well-written. I enjoyed the book, in itself, immensely. However, I think Risso must have a con going as the second book in the series is riddled with major cursing to the ...more
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Nectar in a Sieve by Kamala Markandaya
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I intensely enjoyed this book. Set predominantly in rural India during a period of intense change in culture, values, and mechanization, the novel is the tale of a poor woman's life as a tenant farmer. The narrator details struggle after struggle dur ...more
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Believer's Baptism by Thomas R. Schreiner
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This is a review of Believer’s Baptism: Sign of the New Covenant in Christ by Thomas R. Schreiner and Shawn D. Wright, eds.

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Thomas R. Schreiner and Shawn D. Wright are both authors and professors at The Southern Baptist Theological Semi
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The King in His Beauty by Thomas R. Schreiner
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Schreiner has produced a very well-done book. First off, it is hard cover and, therefore, sturdy and great for study in that it can be left open while referencing other works. It is clearly laid out with no errors I recognized. There is a bibliograph ...more
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Escape from Celestial by Tony Johnson
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Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Like the first volume, Heroes of the Siege, Johnson has captured my interest with an engaging story in a well-developed fantasy setting. This book continues the story of
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