Tag Archive for Stephen Helmes

Outpost: Survivor Chronicles of the Great Rains: Book One – a Review

When the rain, rain, rain came down, down, down in “Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day,” the only thing Pooh Bear was worried about was saving his jars of honey. When the great rains came down on Elizabethtown, Kentucky, it was nothing to sing about; it was something to fear. This rain didn’t provide…

The Cutaway – a Review

A woman, Evelyn, disappears into thin air. For some reason, her disappearance intrigues Virginia Knightly, a journalist. Virginia wants to know what happened to Evelyn, why she simply vanished into thin air while on a walk. Maybe her curiosity is piqued because she recognizes this woman from a video clip she has seen. She just…

Phyllis Edgerly Ring Interview – The Holocaust, Eva Braun, and Friendship

What inspired Phyllis Edgerly Ring to write about the friendship of two lonely women in Nazi Germany? What would she say to schools that are now teaching that the Holocaust was just a political scheme and never really happened? What is her favorite thing about writing historical fiction? When you first learned about Hitler and…