Gabriel Scheff Explores the COVID-19 Pandemic’s Origins in ‘Wuhan 2019’ [REVIEW]

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Wuhan from above (Photo courtesy Canva)

In autumn 2019, a sportswriter travels to Wuhan, China with his crew to cover the CISM games. But what they find there will be more than just an athletic event. For something dark and deadly lies in wait, anxious to surface and fulfill an old Mongolian prophecy that threatens to afflict the world.

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Brad Taylor’s ‘End of Days’ Will Make Your Hair Stand on End [REVIEW]

The Knights of Malta Rome, Italy.
Do Knights of Malta have anything to do with a serial killer? (Photo courtesy Canva)

As COVID still rages, a deadly countdown clock steadily ticks away, bringing the world ever closer to doomsday. For someone has been watching, waiting for the perfect time to strike a deadly blow that will devastate the world. But there’s one person who can stop it from happening: Pike Logan. Will he succeed? Find out in Brad Taylor’s End of Days.

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Alex Kava Announces Publication Date for ‘Fallen Creed’

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Missed me? (Photo courtesy Canva)

We know lots of you are just as crazy about Ryder Creed and Grace as we are. Throughout the first six books in the series, each novel has just gotten better than the last, jam packed with both phenomenal characters and nail-biting suspense. While Alex Kava usually gets the next installment in our hot little hands each year, 2021 has come and gone without a new book. We kept getting emails from all of you asking when the next book will be released. For months, we had no idea. But now we do!

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Texas Widow Makes Heartfelt Plea for Neighbors to Continue Wearing Masks in Wake of Governor’s Announcement

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Woman puts on mask during COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Here in Texas, everyone seems to be talking about face masks. That’s because on March 2, Governor Greg Abbott issued an Executive Order lifting the mask mandate in Texas and increased capacity of all businesses and facilities in the state to 100 percent. This change was announced even though just under seven percent of the state’s population had been fully vaccinated by that point, as KHOU 11 News reported.

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This Is Not the Time to Give Up

Don't give up
We may be weary, but we cannot quit. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Till now, we have hesitated to say much about the pandemic because we know it is a hot-button issue that has polarized communities the world over. Still, as I write this, more than 2 million people have died from the Coronavirus, with the vast majority of those being here in the United States. With more than 97 million confirmed cases worldwide, the numbers are still climbing and they are staggering. This is no longer a virus that only affects people in other countries, nor is it an exaggeration, a hoax, or fake news. It is just the facts.

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