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Friday, July 6, 2012

A Voice in the Wilderness: Fiction Shorts United By Theme







Blogger/podcaster and pulpnificent pontificator Winston Crutchfield has compiled a fiction anthology which is now published and ready for purchase.

Various writers contributed to this project, with a variety of genres including historical (set in biblical times), dystopian future, fantasy, science fiction and , as you might expect given the theme, contemporary Christian fiction.

Every purchase of a benefit book from Critical Press Media results in a charitable donation. Here's a little more about the anthology:


John the Baptist was a unique person in the history of God’s plan for redemption, and in the history of the world. He was the last of the Old Testament Prophets, and the first of the Apostles. He was sent before Christ to prepare the world to recognize and receive the Savior. Authors were challenged to fulfill the function of John the Baptist’s office in creative and visionary stories.

Luke 3 (NIV)
3 And he went into all the region around the Jordan, preaching a baptism of repentance for the remission of sins, 4 as it is written in the book of the words of Isaiah the prophet, saying: “The voice of one crying in the wilderness: Prepare the way of the LORD!”

This volume contains compelling fiction and thoughtful essays from Winston Crutchfield, Don Yarber, Henry Brown, David Crutchfield, Deborah Caligiuri, Justin Lowmaster, Nathan James Norman, Philip Carrol, and Ken Harmeyer.

A Voice in the Wilderness is now available directly from Critical Press Media in popular e-book formats and as a paperback printed copy from Lulu. E-book downloads contain a zip file with DRM-Free PDF, EPUB, and MobiPocket/Kindle PRC files, viewable on PCs, smart phones, PDAs, and dedicated e-book readers such as the Amazon Kindle. Support independent publishing and purchase a perfect-bound paperback from Lulu.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the plug, Hank. Don't forget to mention your own much appreciated contribution to the book, a story of the Honor Triad.

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  2. That's right, 2-fisted-bloggees: my own sword & sorcery short, The Gryphon of Tirshal, is included in this collection.

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