Whoops, It’s only the Five Days of Christmas
In this week before Christmas, I’ll be giving away a different book each day. Here’s the schedule:
Tuesday, December 18 Prisoners of the Williwaw
A novel. Three hundred hardened convicts finish their sentences on a remote island with their families.
159 in all of Amazon, #1 in political and #4 in suspense
Once a Priest is:
- About Martin Luther King’s march from Selma to Montgomery
- About a thirty-two year old man, a virgin, beginning to date
- About running for political office – and winning
- About getting married and having a family
- About starting a business without knowing anything about the business
- About moving to a new country
- About teaching writing in prison
- About living with cancer.
It broke the 1000 barrier in the Kindle store, ending up as 507
Thursday, December 20 Dystopia
non-fiction. The story of Prison. Dystopia takes readers through some of North America’s worst prisons. The story follows two men on different paths. One man (Ed) wants to go inside to change the system, the other (Mike) wants to get out with his life.
a novel. Pilar Marti, the first female Secretary-General of the United Nations, starts her day on the 38th floor of the lavish New York building. Across the globe, a Somali woman struggles to prevent her two children from dying of thirst.
Veto is the story of how Pilar fights for this family’s survival. In the process she discovers that the US ambassador uses his veto power to block her efforts and to further his own oil interests. Pilar responds by calling for a Constitutional Convention to reform the UN and help the underdeveloped countries.
a novel. A story of romance and spirituality. A young priest sets out to save the world, but soon discovers that he’s the one who needs saving. He tries to have his church confront modern problems, but he finds that money rules. On his journey to the light he meets a greedy bishop, a philosopher-theologian janitor, a courageous young woman and a wild ex-nun. He tries to replace the fierce God of his childhood with a God of love. Even though he pours himself into parish work, a deep void still eats at his heart. He is alone.
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