Do you need to get that bookworm friend and family member a Christmas gift, but not sure where to start? Do they like fiction, nonfiction, politics, fantasy, drama, or faith-based topics? Have no fear! I have got you covered with part one of my gift guide to help with your shopping.
Omelas Revisited by CS Johnson
My friend CS Johnson delivers another fantastic fantasy story full of intrigue.
How the Force Can Fix the World by Stephen Kent
Using political and philosophical insights, Kent discusses the impact Star Wars has on culture and how it can help to redeem it.
Beren and Lúthien by J.R.R. Tolkien
Read the epic tale of the love between a human and an Elvish princess as they embark on a journey to Morgoth’s castle.
The Man Wrapped In Darkness by Matthew Newsom
A greedy businessman’s plans are thrown into chaos when the son of his dead partner returns. Both are experimenting supernatural occurrences that show a nefarious plot at play.
The Collaboration: Hollywood’s Pact with Hitler by Ben Urwand
History has a dark side and that goes for Hollywood too. This nonfiction book shows how an industry bent backward to satisfy the censorship of the Third Reich.
Saving Cinderella by Faith Moore
Classic fairy tales are under attack because of a misguided political view. The author shows how the original design is the best.
The Long Moonlight by Raz0rFist
In this fantasy novella, a thief opens up the wrong door and accidentally stumbles on a revolution in the Kingdom of Vale.
Everything Will Be Okay by Dana Perino
Perino shares her experience, testimony, and wisdom with a lot of kindness and joy.
Virtue Bombs by Christian Toto
Pre-order this book and discover where the entertainment industry went wrong on its unfruitful journey to please an outrage mob.
Northern Lights, Southern Stars by CS Johnson
This retelling of “Snow White” takes us to a kingdom of fantasy and magic, following a princess who seeks to run from her destiny.
What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Tell me if there is a comic book, movie, or novel you would like me to review. While you are at it, check out my list from 2020 and 2019. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.