I have not read Parker's book, but it sounds like it's well worth checking out! Many Strange Women, an inspirational romance novel by award-winning author Parker J. Cole, is a story of an unlikely couple Solomon Greene and Celeste Martin who never expected their relationship would be anything more than a bargain. Synopsis: Solomon Greene … Continue reading Many Strange Women by Parker J. Cole – Book Spotlight
The Disney movie Frozen is a vast improvement on the Hans Christian Anderson Faerie Tale The Snow Queen. The animation is the best of Disney. Rushed and somewhat confusing in places, it is much better than The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, the Lion King, or Beauty and the Beast. It is entirely 3D without the massive … Continue reading Review of the Movie Frozen : A Biblical Definition of Love — Post by Michael J. Findley
This morning we visited a church, and the message came from Luke 12. People by the thousands were stepping on each other to hear what Jesus had to say, but He started talking, not to the thousands, but to the disciples. In part, He said this: “But there is nothing covered up that will not … Continue reading Burning Through the Basket — Post by Mary C. Findley
The importance of the theory of relativity is the religious conclusions rammed down our throats by religious bigots. This strong language is necessary to understand the unyielding priesthood these men have erected. These people have convinced themselves and many others that they are open-minded, kind and gentle. In their world, however, disagreements are only tolerated … Continue reading A Not So Simple Look At Relativity — Post by Michael J. Findley
For all of those friends of mine who post on facebook that someone is a liar, we must understand that there are 3 requirements for a statement to be a lie. First and most obvious, the statement must be incorrect. Second, the person making the statement must be aware that the statement is incorrect. This … Continue reading What Is A Lie? — Post by Michael J Findley
In all things Charity (love). Pictures and articles about these ancient skulls constantly show up under every possible category. So I must admit that I have no idea what they are. This article is simply a brief list of the facts about these skulls. 1) Skeletons with elongated skulls which otherwise look like modern humans … Continue reading The Case of the Elongated Skulls — post by Michael J. Findley
Here they are ... possible covers for the whole series. If this is the first you've heard about it, Sophronia Belle Lyon is Mary's pen name for this steampunk series. It is inspired by movies like The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, but seeks to glorify God by using classic literary characters who honor God … Continue reading The Alexander Legacy Company Is on the Move — Proposed Cover Designs for All Eight Books! — Post by Mary C. Findley
David Bergsland, publisher at Radiqx Press Adobe inDesign Master. I write about publishing, write books about publishing, write about writing, do more and more production work for other authors, headed toward a small radical Christian publishing house. I have two sites. http://bergsland.org for technical stuff & http://radiqx.com for Christian stuff.
“Do not let your heart be troubled; believe in God, believe also in Me. In My Father’s house are many dwelling places; if it were not so, I would have told you; for I go to prepare a place for you. If I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again … Continue reading The House of Jesus — post by Michael J. and Mary C. Findley
Nat Davis is an independent contractor for the publishing industry, involved in the process from start to finish. In the beginning, she is the sounding board for ideas; in the end, she helps define a marketing program centered around your needs. While she is ready to offer help where needed, there are a few specific … Continue reading Nat Davis — She’ll Circle the Globe, Scour the Earth — Whatever it takes to get you forward on your publishing journey!
I can make you a pretty nice book cover using the large number of stock images, textures, and fonts that I own. I can apply metallics, leathers, fabrics, stone — some very cool backgrounds, text, and objects. If you wish to use an image I don’t have or can’t find for free, you can purchase … Continue reading Cover Samples and other graphics I Can Do — by Mary C. Findley
Put yourself under the microscope! If you write books for a G, PG, or PG-13 audience, you may submit a request for an author interview. Not all interviews will be featured, but I will try to spotlight authors often. Thank you! Author Interview Questions Answer whatever questions you wish, and you can modify the first … Continue reading Author or Character Interviews, Anyone?
"I came upon the idea that traditions and legends and memories of generic origin can be treated in the same way in which we treat in psychoanalysis the early memories of a single individual. I spent ten years on this work. I found that the collective memory of mankind spoke of a series of global … Continue reading Book Review of Worlds in Collision — by Michael J. Findley
This brief review of Ages In Chaos includes very few of the sources Velikovsky cites. Considerably more documentation for each point is available in the out of print book Ages In Chaos. Immanuel Velikovsky is a secular humanist materialist who says in the first chapter of his book, “The biblical story of the last plague … Continue reading Ages In Chaos — Review by Michael J. Findley
Simply do it. We do not learn the Word of God through osmosis. We cannot place it by our pillow as we sleep and expect the content to be absorbed like an ointment. Studying the Bible takes time and effort. It is not automatic. Line upon line, here a little, there a little, as Isaiah … Continue reading What Is The Best Way To Study The Bible? — post by Michael J. Findley
Charles Augustus Briggs, originator of the word "bibliolatry." "In every department of Biblical study we come across error." Briggs insisted. He also believed that "Reason is a fountain of divine authority no less savingly enlightening than the Bible and the Church." A common theme in most universities and many places throughout the internet is that … Continue reading Studying the Bible to Become a Heretic — Post by Michael J. Findley
Excerpt from my WIP "What Will You Die For?" by Mary C. Findley “Two weeks? You can’t tell me anything more – ?” Talia’s phone gave a bloop and she saw the message satellite signal lost flash on the screen before it went dark. Talia pulled over to the side of the road and … Continue reading “Why Are You Just Sitting on the Side of the Road?” — What Will You Die For?
Even though I didn't manage to finish this book in 2013, I have to say it is the best one I have read, and it's going to be hard to find one to top it in 2014 (until the sequel comes out). Sometimes you think you know what you need, and what your people need. … Continue reading Fallen Kings by Sarah Witenhafer — Review by Mary C. Findley
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 22,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 8 sold-out performances for that many … Continue reading 2013 in review
With great sadness, I must confess that some people on facebook have forced me to block them. My personal standard for blocking someone is simple. Are they consistently dishonest? "But avoid foolish controversies, arguments about genealogies, quarrels, and fights about the Law. These things are useless and worthless. Have nothing to do with a divisive … Continue reading Honesty