As his family, village, and even the young Arthur, are placed in danger, Merlin must face his fears and his blindness to take hold of the role ordained for him. Book 1 of the The Merlin Spiral series, fantasy for teen readers and older.
Unprecedented choices never intended by heaven — unintended consequences never before seen on earth. Weaving together bioethics and faith, Nobody’s Child dramatizes a future that is already upon us with consequences we can no longer avoid.
The Dragon Prince Has Hatched In book two of the Dragons of Starlight series, the stakes are raised when the foretold prince is crowned. While Koren and Jason race to the Northlands of Starlight to find the one person who […]
Lord Hamlin, the future ruler of the region, is injured and Rose must overcome her squeamishness to save him. He is everything that is noble and good. But he is already betrothed to a mysterious woman in hiding. Romantic medieval fantasy by Melanie Dickerson.
The three Earths are headed towards imminent destruction, and only Nathan’s father knows the secret to saving billions of people from the celestial collision. Book 3 in the Echoes From The Edge series by Bryan Davis.
The merging of Earth and its parallel dimensions means one thing to Nathan Shepherd — he must rescue his parents while attempting to save his world and others. Book 2 in the Echoes from the Edge series by Bryan Davis.
Sixteen-year-old Nathan Shepherd has a great life traveling where the careers of his father and mother take him … until his parents are found murdered. A mysterious mirror is his only clue. Book 1 of the Echoes From The Edge series by Bryan Davis.
Benjamin “Tuck” Tucker’s skill and reputation have thrust SpaceVentures into the forefront in this powerful new space race. But the danger is far greater than just the perceived risks. Near-future science fiction by Alton Gansky.
Former reporter Art MacKenzie and his spiritual mentor, Johanen, are desperate to try to locate a diskette with vital information. But a fallen angel — and the organization known as the Cadre — will kill to get their hands on it. Book 3 of the Nephilim Series, supernatural thriller for adult readers.
Jerusalem, A.D. 66. The City of God seethes with rage against imperial Rome … and, in an act of unspeakable brutality, Rome takes deadly retribution. War looms on the horizon — but one woman already knows the outcome. By Randall Ingermanson.
Electrical appliances fail. The diesel engine is sullen and unresponsive. And then, out of the mist, a ship slowly appears — H.M.S. Archer, a pre-WW1 Dreadnought. A ship missing since 1913. By Alton Gansky.
It’s the year A.D. 57 and Jerusalem teeters on the brink of revolt against Rome. Rivka Meyers is a Messianic Jewish archaeologist from California, trapped in first-century Jerusalem by a physics experiment gone horribly wrong. By Randall Ingermanson.
“The Cadre” claims to have Christ’s body preserved and hidden in an ancient tomb. For journalist Art “Mac” Mackenzie, the scenario smacks of an alien agenda. He determines to unearth the truth at any cost. Book 2 in the Nephilim series, supernatural thriller for adult readers.
Undeniable miracles are following a rusty station wagon on its journey west. But the person behind them is no charismatic religious figure. He’s the six-year-old son of a poor single mother and the possessor of a gift he can’t explain. By Alton Gansky.
What has happened to the citizens of desert military instillation Roanoke II? Caught with his team between trained paramilitary killers and an unearthly and deadly enigma, Stanton faces a choice that will stretch his Christian faith to the limits. By Alton Gansky.
Skeptical but hot for a story, journalist Art “Mac” Mackenzie follows a lead to Israel, where he comes across the remains of a nephilim: an ancient biblical giant, sired by demons and born of human women. Book 1 of the Nephilim Series, supernatural thriller for adult readers.
Some say Brandon Martus has a mysterious ability to see into the future, to experience what scientists refer to as a “higher dimension.” Others insist he is simply plagued by the accidental death of his little sister.
Orion Treet, an itinerant and often-unemployed writer, is abducted at gunpoint. Then he is offered eight million dollars and a mission: to observe and chronicle the growth of a new extraterrestrial colony: Empyrion. Book 1 in the Empyrion series, science fiction for adult readers.