Family Friendly Christian Fiction
"No graphic language, sexuality or violence."
MAELSTROM: A violent confusion of feelings, ideas, or conditions.
2178 A.D. After debris from the Archelaus Super Comet began raining down on earth, a nuclear detonation unleashed the Zerium Maelstrom. For almost eighty years now, the resulting asteroid storm has been testing the earth's skill and technology. With a new, unavoidable danger approaching, mankind has mere weeks left. And only one option remaining. A-De Quanah Parker must make an untested time travel mission back to 2092 to reverse the effects of the nuclear explosion that has thwarted the efforts of the A-De Corp. One narrow chance for survival—if all goes well. If. Facing his prejudices; resisting the allure of Shy Andorrian; Coping with his best friends' unexplained absence; Escaping the operatives of the fanatical Star Apostles? Against such odds, how can Zerium Five succeed?
Lifelong Skeptic Cole Harrington's adventure, on the Utopian world Baois, leaves him shuddering in a corner of his room. Initially rejecting the idea he'd been mysteriously transported to another world, missing constellations and multi-colored eyes soon confirm the undeniable reality.
Fearful his alien identity might bring him harm, he passes himself off as a despised 'inlander.' But a new, twofold dread soon occupies his mind. First the identity of fearsome, fog-dwelling beasts known as the creatures, and, second, by what appears to be their principal prey. Doubly confused by the people's cryptic language and inaction against the evil monsters, Cole comes to one startling conclusion. Thank God there are no such beasts on earth.
Aren Warlick would've never believed a research project would be the gateway to the greatest adventure of his young life. Following his mother's advice, Aren pursues the Native American legend of a mystical creature once said to inhabit the thick forests near his hometown. His initial inquiries point to the unbelievable possibility the magical Troll, said to possess the power to solve any problem, really did exist. Could he still be there after hundreds of years? Aren's investigation is weighed down by an equally troubling mystery. A beautiful woman clearly portrayed in his parent's wedding photos. Who is she? What role does she play in his father's dark mood? Neither his mother or father will discuss her, so where can he turn for answers?
Can they be found in the magical darkness of Rich Man's Wood?
Tommy Howell, a father of three is invited by his sister to come to their childhood home for the holidays. Tommy's reluctance is overcome by predictions of a White Christmas, and pressure from his sister and he makes the trip from his Charleston, South Carolina home, to the mountains of western North Carolina three days before Christmas. Uncertain whether the trip is worth the effort, Tommy there learns that his father Jesse's sickness will make this his last Christmas. Faced with the unwanted urgency of making peace Tommy is forced to relive painful memories as he decides whether he will forgive his father or hang on to the anger he feels is justified. The tension threatens to ruin the holidays for everyone until,...
Can there be peace? Will there be a Christmas Truce?
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One year ago Tommy Howell came to terms with the bitterness that had stolen years from the relationship he could have had with his father. But his heart is still plagued with questions about the rift that existed. After sharing his heart with wife Lana about his desire to know more a stranger brings an ornate box with a secondary engraving in the lid. For Tommy it read. Inside they discover a menagerie of photos and papers that his sister Dina suggests are part of a diary. Can the answers Tommy seeks be found in Jesse's Journal? And what other heartache might he find before a lingering wound is healed?