From the Amazon book description -- "Explore the Beatitudes and Woes of the Bible through the stories of thirteen Christian authors in this uniquely powerful anthology. These science fiction and fantasy stories will bring you to the point of tears, make you laugh, surprise you, amaze you, and inspire you. " Contributions in this amazing … Continue reading Beatitudes & Woes: A One-of-a-Kind Anthology — post by Mary C. Findley
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Aldous Huxley called his Brave New World, "The nightmare of total organization ..." As one of the most widely read books written in the 20th century, many people, like myself, read it as an English requirement without spending much time thinking about it. "The nightmare of total organization, which I had situated in the seventh … Continue reading What Is Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World? — Post by Michael J. Findley
This is amazing! A novel, and soon to be an RPG-Based SciFi/Fantasy/Steampunk creation! It would make a stunning addition to the collection of anyone who loves these genres. Please take a look at these amazing images (And these are just tiny samples! You have to see the real stuff!) and then visit with my friend … Continue reading Guest post by Randy Blackwell: Welcome to the World of Soterion!
"What?" laughed another man listening to them. "Spend money on the moon colony? Cut into their profits? Come on!" "I'd rather have them raise our pay, anyway," The small man grabbed another carton and shoved it into place. "But I can't see them doing that, either." "They just might change their minds if enough of … Continue reading from Empire Saga: City on a Hill by Michael Findley
"What an amazing story! I had speculated that you must have saved his life." "I would give my life for his if I could. Do I need to save him from you?" Visha bolted out of her chair and paced the room. "Do I need to give this back to you?" She held out the … Continue reading Visha’s Antidote
Review of John Carter of Mars If you haven't watched this movie but plan to, keep in mind that Edgar Rice Burroughs is one of the "founding fathers" of modern fantasy and Sci Fi writing. His style is not as memorable as Tolkien or Verne or Wells, and it's been a long, long time … Continue reading Review of John Carter of Mars Movie
Findley Family Video now has 24 Titles to offer readers in the e-book realm. Another author I told that to responded by saying "Holy Moley," and called us "Prolific." Perhaps I should explain. We have decided to give readers a taste of some of our longer works, excerpts at a lower price so you can … Continue reading Twenty-Four Titles by Findley Family Video
I belong to a Facebook page called Indie Writers Unite! As part of our "membership," we share blog space with the other writers in the group in something called "blog hops." Today Helmy Kusuma has the floor. Welcome, Helmy! I am Helmy Kusuma and a writer from Indonesia. I mostly write in English, though. My … Continue reading Guest Post by Helmy Kusuma
All of our e-books are now marked down for our After Christmas sale. Unillustrated books are now $2.99 and illustrated books are $6.99. (The Teachers Edition of Biblical Studies remains at 99 cents, however.) If you got an e-book reader for Christmas and haven't filled it up yet, follow the links on the right side … Continue reading After Christmas Sale!
Science Fiction can glorify God if the writer can keep his facts straight. It's a haven for uniformitarianism, the perfectibility of man, in short, secularism of all kinds. But since true Science is based in the Scriptures, true Science Fiction must be based in factual information and reasonable speculation based on what may happen. Man … Continue reading Writing and Reading Science Fiction and Fantasy