Jeremiah D. MacRoberts is academically trained as a philosopher (BA, University of Kentucky) and minister (MDiv, Lexington Theological Seminary). He joined the US Army following high school as a Private, currently holding the rank of Captain; over the course of his military service he has served as an infantryman, a special operations soldier, and, more recently, as a chaplain to both current service members as well as veterans (from WWII to Afghanistan eras of conflict). Chaplain MacRoberts has also served as a rural church pastor and a chaplain for civilian hospice. An avid reader, gamer, and amateur Arthurian Legends scholar, he uses this wide variety of life experiences to inform the characters of his fiction: encounters with group dynamics, traumatic stress, recovery, morality, wisdom, destiny, faith, fear, emotional grief, physical pain, and all subjects between have been incorporated into how his characters think, feel, and act in their world. Jeremiah MacRoberts is currently focused on his 10 part "Swords of Faith" fantasy series, but has plans to utilize other career experiences to write modern adventure stories set in 2001-02 and about pastoral encounters as well.
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Swords of Faith, Book Two: A Rebellion in Antoria
As strange clues emerge regarding of the Fall of Morralish, continued delay in the troop recall draws Prince Bengallen's attention yet further from home. Political turmoil to the west begins to boil over in the Antori Imperium & portends disaster for our heroes' own endeavors.
Follow Prince Bengallen and his Mighty Thanes into battle once more in the exciting sequel to “The Beast of Spearpointe.”
Swords of Faith: Chronicle, Fall 2014
Fall 2014 - This is the second issue of the Swords of Faith Quarterly Magazine, aka "the Chronicle." Within, fans of the SOF series will find a featured short story about one of the primary characters of the series, an additional short story by the series' author, along with articles more deeply examining the setting, the art of writing, and related content.
Swords of Faith: Chronicle, Summer 2014
Summer 2014 - This is the first issue of the Swords of Faith Quarterly Magazine, aka "the Chronicle." Within, fans of the SOF series will find a featured short story about one of the primary characters of the series, an additional short story by the series' author, along with articles more deeply examining the setting, the art of writing, related content, illustration, and fan mail.
Swords of Faith, Book One: The Beast of Spearpointe
This traditional fantasy adventure follows the early adult life of Bengallen as he emerges from the ashes of a broken destiny and is thrust into an uncertain future. In many ways Bengallen wants to restore, reclaim, or revenge aspects of his old life, but he is presented with a place and people, living under the threat of an ancient evil, who are in desperate need of a hero.
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