Jael of Cairnsford Cairnsford was so small, and it lay so close to the borderlands, that any day its people expected to see the enemy army march into the dusty town square. Squire Duncan’s daughter Jael could not help being nervous as she drove her pigs to the village well. Not that the people lacked … Continue reading Most Fortunate of Men
dusty fingers snapping In the course of redesigning the blog, we chose to make do with less storage space. In the course of clearing out space to make way for new content and posts, some old images have been removed from blog posts written in the past. We hope you'll excuse the absence of some … Continue reading There’s Always Dust When You Move — And a New Release! Post by Mary C. Findley
Please join this annual event on facebook at any time, but, especially, stop by tomorrow morning from 7-11 AM Eastern time, because that's MY time! You will find lots of authors you may or may not know, all presenting a clean and uplifting wordview in all kinds of books! https://www.facebook.com/groups/1184333868259877/ is the place, in the … Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas — I’m on tomorrow!
December of 2018 I released a different kind of short novel called His Sign: The Wait Is Over. I created it as a modern allegory, fictional, but intending to convey spiritual truth. I was kind of getting tired with the popular Nephilim obsession. His Sign: The Wait Is Over But, in the interest of giving … Continue reading His Sign 2: The Ezra Solution — New Release!
Sarah Groben is an LAPD Homicide detective and a pastor's wife. She's got six murders she wants to solve by Sunday. Members of a fledgling group for 10-40 window transplants seeking Christianity are being killed. A Muslim charity interested in better relations with Americans seems to be connected by the death of a former financial … Continue reading Mapped Out Murders Ready for Readers
My NaNoWrimo project for this year is called Mapped Out Murders. NaNoWriMo, by the way, is a project to write at least 50,000 words on a new novel project during the month of November. You need to write a little under 1700 words a day to reach that goal. I won’t tell you how … Continue reading Mapped Out Murders: a NaNoWriMo Project by Mary C. Findley
In answer to a Quora question: What's the best way to learn the opposing side's arguments when it comes to politics? What is best varies from person to person. I read Plato’s Republic, then acquired an audio version to listen to it many times. Rather than the Communist Manifesto, Plato is the real foundation of the left. … Continue reading What Is the Best Way to Learn What Your Opponent Believes? — post by Michael J. Findley
If you look at The Baron's Ring up on Amazon, it may shock you to discover that it was published in 2010. Yes, ten years ago I produced this Historical Romantic Suspense story of a handsome prince, Tristan, literally swept away from his father's funeral to a land where a damsel in distress, enslaved by … Continue reading The Men of the Realmlands: Finally a Series
We really want you to subscribe to our newsletter, and hope you'll share it with friends who may want to read what we have written. Click on the link right below the search box on the left-hand side of the page. And, of course, readers love free books, so we're going to offer a very … Continue reading New Giveaway! Historical Romantic Suspense in New Mexico
Some of our readers have taken advantage of the free first book in my The Great Thirst serial archaeological mystery. It has a nice collection of reviews. However, I am working on a promotion for The Great Thirst Boxed Set, the complete seven-part series, and it has not been so blessed with reviews. In hopes … Continue reading This Is One Crazy Free Book Offer
"I've never won anything!" You know you've said it yourself. So have I. But yesterday I won something. My newly-published novella, His Sign: The Wait Is Over, won an award from Radiqx Press's Reality Calling: Christian Fiction. Peter Younghusband and David Bergsland both read and review Christian fiction, especially in the Speculative genre, for redemptive qualities. … Continue reading I Never Win Anything — by Mary C. Findley
Many people know that I've spent the last two years not writing much of anything. A few blog posts, some editing work, but the only publications in those two years have been volume 5 of our homeschool curriculum, Conflict of the Ages V: The Ancient World, Student and Teacher Editions and the summary version, … Continue reading Waiting for a Sign? — Post by Mary C. Findley
https://youtu.be/ByudVxGNtr8 Lumen5 is an online video creation package we are currently subscribing to. For many years we hoped that we could quickly and easily create videos based on our blog and our books. We have purchased equipment and programs and tried free and paid services to do our video work. People often pay more attention … Continue reading Review of Lumen5 by Mary C. Findley
Have you ever wanted to dip into our fourteen historical fiction books but couldn't decide which is right for you? Now you can "taste and see" anything from Ice Age times to the New Mexico territory. Some have romance, some have political intrigue, all have life and death struggles for what's right. Sample chapters from … Continue reading Findley Family Video Publications Sampler One: Historical Fiction
All seven parts of the Great Thirst serial archaeological mystery are now available in one volume as a preorder for only 99 cents! Here's what readers have been saying about this serial: "I liked this story. I really liked the characters and the small town feel of the story. Plus, Mary had me turning pages trying … Continue reading The Great Thirst Now Available in Boxed Set
Note: This is an excerpt from Antidisestablishmentarianism. Illustrated Version Amazon worldlinks: http://authl.it/1hn?d All other ebook sites: books2read.com/antidisestablishmentarianism-illus Regular version Amazon ebook: myBook.to/Antidisestablishmentarianism All other ebook sites: books2read.com/Antidisestablishmentarianism It is also included in the free serial version Part One: "What Is an Establishment of Religion?" Illustrated version Amazon worldlinks : http://authl.it/1hp?d All other ebook sites: books2read.com/what-is-establishment-illus “I would advise you, therefore, … Continue reading 5. Was Thomas Paine the Founding Father of Secular Humanism in America?
Who/What inspired you to begin writing novels? Been writing since JR high when a substitute teacher encouraged me and I won a creative writing award. Please tell me in one sentence only, why everyone should read your book. Read them if you care about attacks on religious freedom, preserving God's Word, and the persecution … Continue reading In the Spotlight: The Great Thirst Serial Archaeological Mystery
Reference librarian Karin Arthur's quiet life changes forever when she accepts an invitation -- A Christmas Eve blind date with a man she knows only from online research projects. Murali Nanda seems handsome, intelligent, accomplished, and passionate about Christian causes she also loves. Turmoil descends when Karin and Murali plunge into a plot to torture … Continue reading New Release: Fall On Your Knees — A Christmas Romantic Suspense Novella
Fun See sails into danger with his family and friends. A clue to the identity of the Desert Prophet takes them down the twisting pathways of Chinese caverns that may connect them with the Algerian underground stronghold in The Alexander Legacy 4: The Art of War “Honored father, do you not think we should see … Continue reading A Snippet from The Alexander Legacy Part Four: The Art of War
The Great Thirst is almost complete! Here's a snippet from Part Six: “David, where are you?” Drew’s voice came over David’s satellite phone, scratchy and indistinct. He had been out to the village again with a small team, trying to be sure the cartel was not looking for the expedition or questioning the shooting incident. … Continue reading The Great Thirst Part Six — Protected is now live! And Part Seven is in pre-order!