C.S. Katzl is a recent graduate of Brigham Young University. After graduating from Utah Valley University where she majored in the Humanities and emphasized writing and journalism (as the copy editor and a columnist for the Campus Newspaper), she started a family and has written several works. Suicide: Why Not? Is the first work that she has actively attempted to publish. Her reason....she wants to try to save lives.
What are you working on next?
I am currently i the final editing stages of a book entitled "Revelation Unfolded". It is a work that examines the chapters in the New Testament's Book of Revelation which talk about the 7 angels (chapters 8, 9, 15, &16) and the chapters and verses related to it and the 2 prophets/witnesses.
In this work, I show how the two different accounts of the seven angels are just John's telling of the same events from two different viewpoints. The seven angels in both accounts are the same seven angels. One group is meant as a lesson and warning for the wicked. The other group is meant as a sign for the righteous. In chapters of the book, we see how the details and events will unfold for this generation and its progeny. I also discuss the importance of the mission of the two prophets/witnesses, what their advent will mean and what to expect at that time period.
Another unique feature of this work is that I discuss how the writings of John are related to the Mayan calendar and what the authors of that calendar were trying to tell us.
Who are your favorite authors?
My favorite authors are: 1. The Biblical writers (of course) 2. The writer's of the Book of Mormon 3. James E. Talmadge 4. Richard Draper 5. Shakespeare 6. Edgar Allen Poe (a more contemporary genius with the English Language) 7. Anne McCaffrey 8. Willa Cather 9. Victor Hugo (author of my favorite novel since my youth--Les Miserables)
Does the book of Revelation predict an attack on the USA? Specific chapters in the New Testament Book of Revelation by John have remained a mystery to most. These chapters describe seven angels set upon on the earth in the last days. The author discusses these chapters and shows why they predict a war that begins on USA soil and ends in Israel with the return of Christ.
Life can be hard but life after suicide is even harder! Find out why before you try it for yourself. The author tells us about her experience, her 'witness' to her experience and what she saw 'beyond life'. Please share this booklet with anyone that may be contemplating taking this step. The groups at highest risk are teenagers, returning servicemen and single adults.