Sidney St. James

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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


My newest release, scheduled for the end of August 2018, has been on my mind for several years. The novel has been added to the Faith Chronicles Series as Book 4 and is called, Seeing the Power of God! After writing Genesis and Hallelujah, I became wrapped up as one of those people who asked, “Can anyone be a Christian and not believe in the Bible? Is it wrong to question any… Read More


A thrill-seeking professor, William Knight, a former recipient of a Nobel Prize in Archeology, from Texas A&M University and two of his graduate assistants, one from Austin, Texas and another from Calgary, Canada, attempt to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a hot air balloon built to support their journey for two weeks. Their mission was to find an island that records from the University Library in College Station, Texas showed the entranceway… Read More


Fans around the world adored the woman detective, Bridget Flynn in her debut as a side-kick with Vincent Gideon in the novel, Rosenthall, Book 1 in the Gideon Detective Series. In this romance series, the lady detective, with the help of Chief Tommy Jackson of the Black Rock Cove police department, navigates her cases and sex life with good humor, intelligence and an occasional longleaf Cuban cigar. This first novel in Sidney… 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