Delivered From Evil by: Anthony Greve: Book Review

It’s been a while since I have done a book review on the blog, or even had the chance to read many books, in between writing a few of my own; but a few weeks ago I finally had the chance to read one that I had been waiting to be released for a long time. Delivered From Evil by Anthony Greve. If you have been reading my blog for a while (or even my book Flip the Switch) then you probably already know a bit about Anthony’s story.


Anthony was in the band Pop Evil for a while, which used to be one of my favorite bands. I used to go see them every time they played in Arkansas. I always stuck around for a while after the shows ended, to hangout with friends, and talk to Pop Evil. He has always been a really nice guy. Well, all of them are actually. I remember the day that they put out a Facebook post saying that Tony was leaving the band. It made me really sad that he was leaving, but then I found out why he left, and I was so happy and excited for him. He left because he found Jesus and made the decision to become an Evangelist.

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Delivered From Evil takes you on the whole journey of being in a famous Rock band, to finding Jesus in a hotel bathtub. It’s such a great story. Granted there were a few sort of creepy parts mixed in, but as you may know, things like that tend to happen when you are finding your faith. It is a wonderful story, that much like when I read The Dirt by: Motley Crue I couldn’t put it down. Something exciting was happening on every page.

Whether you are a Pop Evil fan, a Christian…or maybe even someone who hasn’t found their faith in God yet. This is an amazing book, that can open up your eyes to a few things. I highly recommend that you check out Delivered From Evil by Anthony Greve. It’s a pretty short read, and definitely worth it.

Get Delivered From Evil here: Paperback copies will be released on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.

You can keep up with Anthony and all of the great things being done through his ministry, on the Facebook page: here.

You can order my book Flip the Switch here:

You can pre-order my newest book Dear Daddy here: (Release date Valentine’s Day 2021)

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Life has sort of been a blur since losing my Daddy in February…

The days have sort of to all just been blending together in a way. I started writing Dear Daddy immediately after his death as a way to cope, without taking much time to actually mourn him. That is basically what I have been doing lately, taking time to greive him properly…even if that means not even getting out of bed some days; and why I have been away from the blog for about three months.

The book is turning out really well, and you can pre-order your copy here: if you haven’t already. It’s only $0.99 cents until release day. (February 14, 2022)


I also wanted to mention that I will no longer be discussing any of my personal relationships on the blog, after all… privacy is power.

Recently a few guys have refused to date me, or even get to know me; simply out of fear of possibly one day being featured in a blog post of mine. Which is in a way, completely understandable. I’m going to keep all the dating posts I have already written, up on the site; seeing as they are quite popular, and many of them have been ranked in Google already.

I started this blog off of many recommendations from people who said my dating stories were entertaining and funny. This made sense to do so at the time, but I don’t see it that way anymore.

My relationships are mine and the other person involved’s business and…no one else’s. I don’t want to miss out on new relationships due to past mistakes, you know? Dating in a wheelchair is already hard enough as it is, due to the stigma that surrounds it. I don’t want this blog to be a reason for it to become even more difficult.


I already have a few ideas lined up to take Life as Lauren Mikael in a different direction. No more dating, and with a broken heart…no more Dachshunds; still have last part of the tagline though.

Hope you are doing well…