Free Through Tuesday ~ Tears Of Paradox

Everyone loves a free book, right?

Tears Of Paradox, book 1 in my Dystopian trilogy is free on kindle through Tuesday, June 13. Why not load it onto your device for summer reading?


The Storms of Transformation are here, bringing upheaval, division and isolation. As the nation fundamentally transforms, small-town America is caught in the whirlwind.

Jason married the girl next door. He and Michelle dreamed of raising their children among family and friends in their idyllic, peaceful hometown. But then the Storms begin. Friendships disintegrate, fathers and sons become enemies, and trust is a thing of the past. The old ways have become what those in power term evil. What used to be evil is now the law. The evil brings with it a creeping darkness, gradually overshadowing the town’s inhabitants and turning their lives upside-down.

The Storms force pregnant Michelle to hide alone in a basement, far from home. Jason remains in town, living a lie as he tries to conceal the truth from the authorities. But will their own flesh-and-blood betray them? The town keeps many secrets. How did such a thing ever come to pass?

See what people are saying about Tears Of Paradox in this one minute video.



Tears and the other books in my trilogy are especially relevant today. I’m pleased to offer book one for free. Happy reading!


Shameless Self Promotion.


I recently appeared on The Right Geek You Tube show with host Stephanie Souders. Stephanie and I discussed Christian Fiction and the differing ways authors write it. In my books, the characters are sinful men and women living in a fallen world made worse by the gradual loss of freedom in America.

It was a great discussion which included our mutual opinion that to show Christians in their daily struggles to follow Christ, we must not leave out the fact that they sin. After all, the Church is a hospital for sinners. If our characters are perfect and never sin, why would they need Christ?

Also included in the discussion were the blue collar characters in my books. In fiction, television, and movies, we seem to have drifted away from any portrayal of the American working class, unless to disparage such people. Why? These blue collar workers make the country run smoothly.

No matter how successful any American might be in a corporate job, as a doctor, a lawyer, a very famous novelist, or a Hollywood star, they could not get along without the plumbers, electricians, auto mechanics, machinists and numerous other blue collar workers.

What good is living in a mansion with a pool if your plumbing is continually breaking down? Who do call when your toilet is backed up?

To watch the broadcast, click here.

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