Gasp! A Book Review! Hannah’s Civil Pirate by Joanna Emerson — Post by Mary C. Findley

It's been a long time since I wrote a book review. I think I have a backlog. Since Amazon banned me from reviewing, I guess I've been sulking in a corner, thinking writing reviews anywhere else wouldn't matter. But you need to read this book. It's wonderful. My review is posted on Goodreads, but, since... Continue Reading →

Ancient Sources — Post by Michael J. Findley

Cuneiform inscription found on the south side of the Van Castle hill, eastern Turkey. It's several metres tall and wide, 25 centuries old and the message comes from the Persian king Xerxes. In Old Persian, Babylonian and Elamite Bjørn Christian Tørrissen - Own work by uploader, http://bjornfree.com/galleries.html Wikipedia “Can you please reference some sources you used for your... Continue Reading →

Findley Family Video Publications Sampler One: Historical Fiction

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 →

The World, and All That’s In It — Post by Michael J. Findley

The first book of our world history series was intended to be just an introduction. Antidisestablishmentarianism turned into a lengthy statement of purpose. It is available as four separate books as well as a single volume: What Is an Establishment of Religion?, What Is Secular Humanism? What Is Science?, and What Are the Results of... Continue Reading →

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 →

Interview with characters from The Baron’s Ring — Post by Mary C. Findley

Character interview with Jonathan of The Baron’s Ring Q: What is your relationship to Prince Tristan of Parangor? A: I came to the capital city to be a squire to the prince. I was supposed to help him learn swordplay and warcraft. However, he preferred books and study, while I became accomplished enough at what... Continue Reading →

Guest Post and Free ebook: Persistent Love by Laura J. Marshall

Download on Kindle ( http://amzn.com/B00CHAE3QS)Free Tuesday May 14th and Wednesday May 15thPersistent Love: Christian Romantic Suspense Novella set in 1685, England.Fear has been Tara's constant companion since age nine when she witnessed her mother's murder. Tara's father moves his family to the ancient castle of Raven's Cliff, far from the ships that could carry her... Continue Reading →

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