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Author Archives: Theresa Frailey
Return to Paradise relates five critical days in the life of a man named David Martin. In them, his courage, steadfastness and integrity are tried by an unusual experience. Seemingly quite by accident, he finds himself stranded in a … Continue reading
When considering great novels, Ad Limina comes quickly to my mind. The story is a spectacular display of humanity. The writing was phenomenal; drawing its readers into a futurist world so easily it was almost unnoticeable. The story begins when … Continue reading
Erin’s Ring tells a short but inspiring tale of lives touched and shaped by their Catholic faith and Irish heritage in New England. Time separates the lives of many of the characters, but each struggles against their own hardships … Continue reading
My encounter with Finding Grace was a very potent one. I could easily say it is a gem amongst modern young adult fiction, a jewel of rare quality. This story drew me into the life of a girl named Grace … Continue reading
For young adults, I highly recommend the book Angelhood. It was a powerful story. It can also be credited with good writing, beautiful imagery and a compelling tale that’s difficult to put down. Very few books can approach the subject … Continue reading
Some books leave you disappointed, some books you finish with bated breath, and some books you finish with a feeling of satisfaction that it was an enjoyable book which won’t collect dust on the shelf in coming years. My experience … Continue reading
A Soldier Surrenders tells the amazing tale of the conversion of Saint Camillus de Lellis. Inspiring and interesting, this book will not be easily forgotten by its readers. For my own experience, it was a wonderful opportunity to meet … Continue reading
Out of so many books that I have read, few have affected me in the particular way that Across Five Aprils has. Great writers have the ability to craft a story that not only excites the reader’s interest but reaches … Continue reading
As luck (and the Holy Spirit) would have it we have exciting news for our CWG Members. Two talented young ladies have decided to join our ranks as interns/proofreaders working with adult supervision; Teresa Frailey and Mary Woods. Both … Continue reading