A. Michaelson


A. Michaelson was born in California in the wake of the last great war. Growing up in the southwestern United States, his eyes and mind were exposed to the wide-open landscapes and expansive skies that would later influence his art and writing. He graduated from the University of New Mexico with a degree in fine arts. As well as artist and novelist, he is an accomplished flamenco guitarist. A. Michaelson does not refer to himself as a writer but rather a storyteller and novelist. He has had a lifetime of religious and philosophical study. Seeking truth in all major religions of the world, he focused most of his efforts on Christianity and its numerous sects.


The Sandal Maker
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 185,820. Language: English. Published: July 14, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Christian » Amish & Mennonite, Fiction » Historical
During an epic journey in AD 70, the old sandal maker, Caleb, risks his life as he and his daughter battle their way from Cana in Galilee to Jerusalem in the midst of the Roman siege that destroys the Holy City. His intriguing story of the days of his youth, a fascinating tale of hardship, joy, and tears, is a revelation of Jesus of Nazareth’s mission and teachings as never before told.

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