Monthly Archives: April 2015

“I Just Fell Down from the Moon!” Cyrano de Bergerac

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“You mean if you like my story, you can let me go free?” Dawkins asked.

“Hardly that. But we can offer you hope that they cannot.”

“Hope of what? A harp and a cloud?” I could hear Dawkin’s spit hit the floor. “Let Ollie be the angel. I don’t plan on dying. There’s still them as promises immortality and I mean to find my way back to them. And when I do that, they won’t want to hear I made nice to you and yours as is out to harry them off the face of the earth. But it’s a good thing they’ve a place to go if that happens.”

“You’re talking in riddles,” Fun See said. “What do you mean, a place to go if they are harried off the earth? Have they airships and a city in the sky?”

Fun’s tone was light-hearted, but Dawkins responded in a way fit to chill anyone’s blood.

“Better than that,” he bragged. “Look up in the sky tonight. It’s a full moon. Maybe you’ll see the flag of the new empire on the surface if it’s clear enough.”

“You are mad,” Fun See scoffed. “Have they an outpost on the moon, then? Did you visit there from the underground city in Algeria?”

“Yeah, I did, since you ask so nicely,” Jack sneered. “You’ll never find out how, so it’s safe to tell you what you’re up against. Maybe you won’t be so smug or so ready to follow. We’ve all been to the moon, and that’s where they’ll take the captives for conditioning, soon enough. You think you’ll just find all the hidey-holes and flush out the operation, do you? Well, try following us to the bosom of Cynthia, why don’t you? I won’t say anything more. Put the muzzle back on the dog. He’s done with doing tricks until he can see there’s a treat for his trouble.”

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Celebrate Spring — A Facebook event with new books and a virtual picnic!

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(click this picture to attend the event!)

Come join us on facebook! We are Christian Indie Authors and we have new books to share with you. Everyone’s bringing virtual picnic items like watermelon, lemonade, and lots of other lovely kinds of fruit. I’m bringing deviled eggs. one of my picnic favorites, plus you can take a peek at the Prometheus Device, a fun Steampunk way to roast hot dogs or shish-kebab.

Best of all, you’ll find a different author sharing books and special offers as the day rolls on. You don’t want to miss this! click the picture at the top of the page for the link to the event.

I’ll be up at 7 pm Eastern time, sharing about my Archaeological Mystery serials, The Great Thirst.

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Click the image below to link to the series, and remember that book three will be out soon!

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Ever imagine the Bible etched on gold plates like these?

Hope you’ll join in! The ants will all be there!

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Coming Soon — Disestablish —

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Within the next couple of days, we will publish a new book. This is a book that will kind of put our major nonfiction works in a nutshell up to this point. It’s only 50 pages long.  Here’s the table of contents:

Table of Contents
(Each point is a module title. This is the order of the individual modules.)
I. What Is an Establishment of Religion?
II. What Is Secular Humanism?
III. What Is Science?
IV. What Are the Results of the Establishment of Secular Humanism?
V. The Scientific History of Origins (COA I)
VI. The Origin of Evil in the World that Was (COA II)
VII. They Deliberately Forgot: The Flood and the Ice Age (COA III)
VIII. Ice Age Civilizations (COA IV)

Here’s a statement from the introduction:

This book serves as a brief summary or abstract for the previous books in the Antidisestablishmentarianism and Conflict of the Ages series, the overall purpose of which is to disestablish Secular Humanism as an Establishment of Religion. Citations are in the original works.

So get ready to give it a read. We’d love to hear your thoughts. What does it mean to disestablish something? Who do you think the enemy is? Where is this foothold? Don’t forget that we have a mailing list, and that we welcome your comments.

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Fifty Shades of Faithful 2: In Living Color — New Release!

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Praise for Fifty Shades of Faithful from Amazon reviewers
The author sincerely thanks all these wonderful reviewers and hopes that other readers will take the time to post an honest review!
“Hang on to your Bibles and your sense of humor, but check your inhibitions at the door.”
“Interesting novel. Unusual for Christian fiction.”
“I’m 100% cheering for Christian married lit, even if I might have blushed a little.”
“I liked the way the characters were not one dimensional but complicated, especially the men in the stories.”
“I was very soon in love with the this unconventional couple and will be waiting for more of their adventures.”
“Great Christian response to 50 Shades of Grey. I would recommend this book 100%.”
“As a marriage counselor in training, books like these make me want to do back flips!”

Stories in Book 2

Each color stands for an emotion that can make or break relationships. Sam and Vivian Tucker take their unconventional marriage counseling on the road, visiting relatives and friends.  They deal with foster care, widowhood, sexual power plays, family secrets, rape, jealousy, and “sacred singlehood.”

story titles by color:

Red (anger): Sheep Gone Astray
Yellow (fear): Kittens in My Kiln
Blue (sadness): As the Peacocks Scream
Orange (bitterness): Bittersweet Blend
Green (jealousy): Controlling Interests
Purple (pride): The Lost Boys

Sam and Vivian Tucker face an angry vet searching for sheep rustlers while hiding a thirty-year-old family secret; a terrified rape victim searching for a one-of a kind cat; screaming peacocks tormenting a grieving widow, a bitter bookstore owner trying to understand why an author won’t come to her store; two young entrepreneurs trying to catch a con man; and a jeweler stunned to discover her heirloom brooch may have a dangerous past.

Amazon world link: http://authl.it/2×6?d

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/532285

And don’t forget, the first book in the series is only 99 cents!

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Amazon world link: http://authl.it/1s5?d

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/457940

 

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