My review of The In[HEIR]itance Project: The Abraham Play

Jon Adam Ross The In[HEIR]itance ProjectThe play is full of symbolic references to the biblical story of Abraham and contains plenty of food for thought about what we inherit from our forebearers. 


Review: Esther by Rebecca Kanner

I can’t not reblog a review of Esther with the line “Ms. Kanner’s prose is absolutely beautiful.”


Genre: Historical Fiction
Publisher: Howard Books
Publication Date: November 3, 2015
Formats AvailableKindleHardcover


A glittering Persian king has a vast empire that reaches farther than where the sun meets the horizon. He is bathed in riches and commands a frightening military force. He possesses power beyond any other mortal man and rules his kingdom as a god. Anything he desires, he has. Any woman he wants, he possesses. Thousands of them. Young virgins ripped from all across his many lands.

A Jewish girl is ripped from her hut by the king’s brutish warriors and forced to march across blistering, scorched earth to the capitol city. Trapped for months in the splendid cage of the King’s palace, she must avoid the ire of the king’s concubines and eunuchs all while preparing for her one night with the king. Soon the fated night arrives, and she…

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A 5 star review that uses one of my favorite words to describe my book. Fabulous!

“This is a wonderfully written, well researched book. Kanner’s descriptions and writing style will leave the reader breathless and wanting more. This is a work of fiction, but I feel as if I actually know Esther the person.

I highly recommend ESTHER, This is a fabulous book.” 5/5 stars.

A 4.5 star review from The Romantic Times. Another day = made.

She must be intelligent as well as attractive in order to please the king, but brave and clever to defend herself and those she loves from deadly competitors – See more at: