Monday, October 09, 2017


WHY MY NOVELS ARE UNIQUE: ---------------------------- -----------------------1) MY HISTORICAL NOVEL OF BIBLICAL & ROMAN TIMES, "OF SUCH IS THE KINGDOM."
My newly revised Biblical Novel, "Of Such Is The Kingdom, A Novel of Biblical Times" is a unique blend of stories of seekers from different walks of life who might have lived then. It is unique also in that it brings in the element on nonconformity, which may or may not have existed at that time. but, primarily "Of Such Is The Kingdom is unique in that unlike "The Robe," "Ben Hur," or "The Silver Chalice", this novel poses no extra-Biblical miracles, but use fiction to point to truth and points especially to the truth of the passion of Jesus and how it brings eternal salvation to those who accept it. This novel is also unique because it has a unique writing style combines poetry, straight dialogue and 1st person stream-of-consciousness narration with the 3rd person narrative. You can get your newly revised and corrected copy hot off the press from CreateSpace HERE---------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- 2) MY SCI-FI (time-travel) NOVEL, "IMPOSSIBLE JOURNEY":
Why my time travel novel is unique. There are many Sci-fi novels, and even quite a few time travel novels and short stories available, but I feel that mine is unique and I will tell you why. First of all, my time travel novel is unique in that it poses a unique purpose from the time travelers--that of ending all evil and disease in the world. It also unique in that all of the time periods chosen were chosen for the lessons they could convey and/or how they point to ultimate truth. It is also unique in the message it presents--not that the message is unique--the message is as old as the first century and twice as timeless, but it is rare to see it presented in a Sci-fi novel. ------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------3) MY AMERICAN HISTORICAL FICTION NOVEL, "THE CHRISTMAS VICTORY":
My historical novel is unique for several reasons, not the least of which is that it just may be the only novel with a sermon in it--I don't mean one that preaches a sermon by the message it conveys--I mean an actual sermon literally typed as part of the novel. Is that unique or what? In addition to that outstanding characteristic, my novel is also unique in that it takes real actual historical events and characters and fictionalizes them by surmising what MIGHT have- happened to them which is not actually recorded in history. Thus, it is probably unique in that, as a reflection of the author's hope, it poses eternal salvation for certain historical personages, of which there is no actual historical record of their ever embracing Christianity.

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