Write On! Publishing
"Write On! Publishing" was started January 2012. Both Wayne Tilden's "The Adventures of Chris Mouse" and Jewel Tilden's "Devotionals and Meditations" needed to be published under separate author names, therefore, needed a publisher.
This has happened and we are now looking for other authors to represent.
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by Jewel Tilden
Price: $2.99 USD. 7860 words.
Published by Write On! Publishing on March 14, 2012. .
Jessica's life is much more difficult than she thinks it ought to be. So much so that she is not always sure what is real.
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- Topaz and the Evil Wizard (Tales of Topaz the Conjure Cat #1)
on Jan. 31, 2012
This young adult - pre-teen - novelette is great reading. I enjoyed it immensely, and I'm far from being a teen. The plot was very well thought out, the characterizations were fun, and the turns and twists were unexpected.
I highly recommend this book and all its successors.
- Shannon and Ally Love Fall
on Jan. 31, 2012
I don't often use the word "precious" to describe anything. "Shannon and Ally Love Fall" is the exception. This is a wonderful read for all ages. As a grandfather of two pre-teens I can only wish that Ms Everson's book had been available 10 years ago.
This handsome book is really brought to life by the many photos used to illustrate the story.
- The Mormon Deception
on Feb. 29, 2012
Unfortunately I did not read what I expected and what I hoped for in "The Mormon Deception". I had hoped to see thoughtful explanations and descriptions of what is wrong, that is, un-Christian about Mormonism.
Instead, I found only quick comparisons between Christian and Mormon statements of theologies.
Perhaps his earlier books were a little more helpful to those who have no basic exposure to Mormonism OR Christianity.
It also surprised me, somewhat, to see that such a great American evangelist as John Ankerberg is listed as the publisher.
I'm sorry, I wouldn't recommend "The Mormon Deception."