Description: GOD SEES EVERYTHING…BUT WHO’S WATCHING HIM?
The time period in which these events took place is not disclosed. Five very talented and ambitious Scientists asked themselves an age-old question. “Where do our souls go after we die?” The question was posed, not in the esoteric sense, but in a geographical one. They committed themselves to find out the exact physical locations of “Heaven and Hell”.
However, their research gave them more than they bargained for. What you’re about to experience is a dramatic departure, from the norms of Science Fiction and popular faith-based understandings. The GOD Maps is the first book written by author Yvette Kendall. She delves into the clockworks of the afterworld, by means of creative and disruptive scientific experiments.Continue reading
Description: “A Zombie For Mommy!” is a fun and quirky read by American SciFi novelist Yvette Kendall. Her story peeks into the whimsical lives of a sweet 1st grader named Mahari, and her newly divorced mom.
Mahari’s life is happily filled with imaginary friends but feels a little sad when her mom gets lonely. However, she’s met a surprising new (not so imaginary friend), that she thinks will change her mom’s life for the better. In her mind, they’re a perfect match…but her mom may not think so?
In this book, Kendall refers to her style of writing as “Cotton Candy Horror”, because of its cute and surprising delivery. Combined with adorable illustrations from Veronica Fausti, Kendall has found a perfect way to bring happy goosebumps to younger audiences that love Zombies.Continue reading
Joey Pinkney Exclusive Author Interview
Inside the Literary Mind of…
LaMont Anthony Wright, author of The Art of Saying No: the memoir of a naive poet (Sunshine Solutions Publishing)
Joey Pinkney: In your coming-of-age autobiography The Art of Saying No: the memoir of a naive poet, you are very careful to tell the truth about your vulnerability as a child and how that vulnerability was replaced with a hardened mindset. Loving yourself means giving yourself room to be vulnerable, but it also means being hardened enough to protect your vulnerability from parasitic distractions. Why was writing about this balance, in the context of your own life, important? And how will your readers most benefit from this aspect of your memoir – the balance between being vulnerable and hardened?
LaMont Anthony Wright: First off, that’s a great question. I have a theory, LOL… I was very curious coming up – as most kids are. Maybe more so, because I am a so-called “creative”. Unfortunately, there weren’t many mentors around when I was coming up. My youth was in the 70’s and 80’s. So between the Vietnam War and Ronald Reagan’s “War on Drugs,” a lot of men who may have been leaders in the community were either dead or in jail.Continue reading
Title: “Behind The Seen: Angels, Demons, and the Battle for the Human Soul”
Author: Frederick K. Price Jr
Genres: adult christian education, christian, nonfiction
Description: Behind The Seen: Angels, Demons, and the Battle for the Human Soul is a bold, provocative peek behind the spiritual veil! Taking a user-friendly yet thoroughly-researched approach, Frederick K. Price, Jr. offers a startling glimpse of the invisible world, where the battle rages between Heaven and Earth.
Drawing directly from Scripture, Price dares to challenge age-old theories, dispel widely-held assumptions, and address longstanding theological debates in tackling some of life’s hardest, most perplexing questions . . . questions that are more relevant today than ever.
From tattoos to t-shirt art, films to fitness centers, and the cars we drive to the music we blast inside them — we are daily bombarded by signs, images, ideas and activities that have a spiritual significance we may know nothing about. Behind The Seen is not about forbidding or denying, but about informing and enlightening. It’s about giving a stronger foundation on which to stand when making godly choices in a broken world.
JoeyTweets Exclusive Author Interview
Inside the Literary Mind of…
Cendrine Marrouat, author of Walks: A Collection of Haiku (Cendrine Media)
Joey Pinkney: How does practicing the haiku poetry form shape your thought processes and the way you move through your literary world?
Cendrine Marrouat: There are only two poetry forms that I write now: the Haiku and the Sixku, my invention. The Haiku has been part of my life for years. Not only has it forced me to be very concise, but it has also taught me to be a more impactful artist. I see haiku everywhere I go.Continue reading
Genres: family life fiction, coming of age fiction
Description: It’s summer, 1965. School’s out and Butch’s birthday is in a few weeks. Perfect; three months of freeze tag, hide and seek and riding his bike way past dark. Well, maybe not completely perfect — Frank Vaughn, a classmate, is beaten to death by his crazy mother for leaving a report card at school. On top of that, Dad is touchier than ever and Mom sadder, so best to hide out next door with his best friend Tommy reading X-Men and hoping for that birthday GI Joe.
But in one night, Butch’s summer explodes and he’s now riding across a turbulent and changing Dixie in a white Rambler station wagon, at the mercy of a manic depressive and wildly violent Dad. Like a crewman on Ulysses’ ship, Butch encounters a one-eyed evil grandfather, a 12-year-old Siren, the lotus-eaters of Alabama…and Frank Vaughn. If Butch ever sees his beloved sister, Cindy, again, it’ll be a miracle. If he’s alive at the end of the summer, it’ll be a bigger one.Continue reading
Description: Nandi and Kyande are twin time travelers who live on post-Earth 2050. An evil scientist named Cecil Hawthorne controlled this new planet. He was once considered to be a hero until he secretly genetically engineered superhumans known as Lodes to enforce laws against the world’s population.