Sidney St. James

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Oktoberfest in Helen, Georgia As I circle the calendar and prepare for a trip to Helen, Georgia in the fall to see my daughter, I opened and read one of my previous novels, The Eye of the Storm, a story, based on actual events, about German immigration to Texas in the mid-1800’s. The book follows a family from Rastede, Germany to Texas, and then inland to Columbus and Frelsburg in 1845. The… Read More


Seeing the Power of God – The Dominance of the Unspoken Word Released Today July 23, 2018 In many of my novels, the question keeps coming up, “Do you believe in the Bible. It seems as though this would be a seemingly innocuous question, right? Not if you are Rusty Thornton who had no thoughts of his life until he was eighteen years of age, and then they were only of Vishnu… Read More


Norderney Island …A Victorian Romance Novel “Alles Gute zum Geburtstag” RELEASE DATE: MAY 29, 2018 The greatness of King William came from the way he loved all the people. He was one who truly listened, with his heart, his ears, and his eyes. He saw the entire person in a way that others couldn’t. It was as though he was alone somewhere calm and collected. The most troubled souls of the peasants… Read More


First things first! Mary Elizabeth Surratt spent this entire week as a special promotion at Amazon.com. I am happy to say the novel reached Number 8! Thank you everyone that picked up a copy. Your kind words when finished reading is appreciated in your review. Now, to bigger news. My newest release, NORDERNEY ISLAND – A Romance Suspense Novel is due out May 29th this year.  Please see below a peek inside… Read More


Book One in the FAITH Chronicles An Aspiring Story Based on the Truth from Following a German Family to Texas in 1840 In the early 1980’s this novel had its beginning preempted by another called the Struss Family History. The author, while wearing tall cowboy boots, trudged through many small country farms in Colorado, Austin, and Fayette Counties and dictated the many small etched tombstones in grown-up weeds. The index to the… Read More