The Hittite Series — Post by Michael J. Findley

The book of Genesis, post-flood to the death of Joseph, is the ice age. Michael Oard has done extensive work demonstrating that there was a single ice age immediately after the flood lasting about seven hundred years. For an introduction to this concept, the book Frozen In Time is available without charge as a series... Continue Reading →

Decisions, Termites, and the Meaning of Words — Post by Michael J. Findley

“Words have no meaning.” Scalia's dissenting opinion marks the end of the American dream. It is the triumph of might makes right, also known as the tyranny of the majority (of those in power). The struggle of good versus evil goes back to the shining one in the garden. The angel of light who walked... Continue Reading →

Premade Cover Sale! — Guest post by Jen Gentry

Some of the most talented cover designers I have the privilege to know have come together for a great cause. They have donated several glorious pre-made book covers to help create scholarship money to assist aspiring indie authors to attend the upcoming Christian Indie Authors Conference. This is an excellent opportunity for Indie Authors to... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: Plethora of Player blog tour Week One: Shawn Lamb introduces Captain Kell

Hello. This week we are in the kingdom of Allon for a series of interviews with those portrayed in Shawn Lamb’s new YA fantasy “The Great Battle”, book 1 of The Guardians of Allon trilogy. Our first guest is Captain Kell. Thank you for coming, Captain. Tell us a little about yourself. Well, as Jor’el’s... Continue Reading →

Christian Indie Authors Network Writers’ Conference — Shared from Jen Gentry

I am very excited to talk about the upcoming Christian Indie Authors Conference 2015, July 30 to August 2, 2015 in Davenport, Iowa at the Radisson River Front Inn. This conference is all about the self-published author and it is a groundbreaking event. There are many helpful sessions to choose from ranging from self-publishing 101,... Continue Reading →

Going Off the Grid– Would You? Could You? Should You? — Post by Mary C. Findley

Recently I have been giving a lot of thought to the idea of being off the grid. First, as I understand it, people believe less contact with the outside world and less technology will mean one or all of the following: less stress. less government interference, more safety, and/or more spirituality.  Sometimes there are religious... Continue Reading →

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