Crystal Witness by Kathy Tyers: Book Review, Tour, and Giveaway with Celebrate Lit. About the Book Book: Crystal Witness Author: Kathy Tyers Genre: Christian fiction, science fiction, futuristic Release Date: June 16, 2020 Her memories are blocked. Her freedom is gone. Her crime is a mystery. When Ming Dalamani awakens from twenty years of suspended animation, she recalls only… Continue reading Who can bear the Crystal Witness?
Volition by Chautona Havig: Book Review About the Book Book: Volition Author: Chautona Havig Genre: Christian fiction, futuristic Release Date: December 31, 2019 “I should have made that left turn at Tucumcari.” It’s Doctor Who meets mail-order brides when “rescuers” from the future arrive to save Andi Flanders from a happy life with her loving family and fiancé. Okay, so… Continue reading What can you lose once your Volition has been taken?
Synapse by Steven James: Book Review About the Book Book: Synapse Author: Steven James Genre: Thriller, Sci-Fi Release Date: October 8, 2019 Thirty years in the future, when AI is so advanced that humans live side by side with cognizant robots called Artificials, Kestrel Hathaway must come to terms not just with what machines know, but what they believe. Is hope… Continue reading What is a Synapse?
About the book: Title: Remnant Author: Daniel Peyton Genre: Christian Futuristic Fiction/Religious Science Fiction and Fantasy/Christian Science Fiction Release: July 16, 2019 The year is 2522. Anna is a Remnant—a secret Christian in a world that has banned any form of religion. She is also an astro-geologist working with her Robot, named Z, for the… Continue reading Where can you hide when the world is but a Remnant?
Book Blurb: Ryan Kates is a paranormal expert, TV host, and skeptic. He hosts News4th, a nationally popular cable show focused on UFOs, ghosts, and everything that goes bump in the night. Ryan is used to dealing with the weird and unexplainable, but when bizarre paranormal phenomena rock the planet he finds himself questioning his… Continue reading We are all disciples, sometimes, even The Reluctant Disciple