Mary Quijano


Mary Quijano is a veteran school teacher, with over 30 years experience teaching science, math, writing and ancient history in both California and Hawaii. She is as well as a published author of several novels and screenplays, including "Smoke, Mirrors and Deep Space," "The Secret Life of God as Man," "Bloodmaster, The Courtship of Apollyon," and "Bloodmaster II, The Tribulation." Her latest novel, "The Lampstand," follows the journey of the Apostles after the death of Christ as they work to spread the truth He brought to mankind throughout the Mediterranean area. Heavily researched from both historical and Biblical accounts, their story is told from multiple first-person viewpoints which bring the reader into the thoughts and emotions of these brave disciples. Mary is currently working on her next novel, which explores scientific anomalies as the indisputable evidence of God. She lives on the big island of Hawaii where she enjoys longboard surfing, snorkeling and hiking when she is not writing, teaching, helping out as part of her church leadership team, and acting as a member of her charter school's governing board.

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The Indian Problem
Price: $4.98 USD. Words: 99,920. Language: English. Published: June 10, 2023 by Black Bed Sheet Books. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Historical, Fiction » Horror » General
The Indian Problem is a novel based on the horrific practices that occurred during the early 20th century in which the children of indigenous tribes in Canada were forcibly taken from their villages and interred in residential boarding schools, and the legendary spirit of the Wendigo uses the Catholic authorities to indulge in its hunger for fear and chaos.