Mitchell Chefitz

Biography

Mitchell Chefitz is the author of two novels published by St. Martin's Press, the LA Times best-seller "The Seventh Telling: The Kabbalah of Moshe Katan" and "The Thirty-third Hour."
"Blood Covenant" is the third volume of his Moshe Katan trilogy.
His story collection, "The Curse of Blessings," was published by Running Press and is translated into German, Korean, and Mandarin.
He writes and teaches primarily on matters related to Jewish spirituality.

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The Curse of Blessings: Sometimes, the Right Story Can Change Your Life
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 15,030. Language: English. Published: February 3, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Religious
"The Curse of Blessings" is ten jewel-like tales nestled in a larger framework, wherein an aged storyteller passes on his craft to four unlikely apprentices. It is a gift that will leave them transformed - or not - depending on what they allow themselves to hear. These are tales of utter simplicity that express life's most complex truths. They can be read in a sitting, yet stay with you forever.
Blood Covenant
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 157,470. Language: English. Published: May 2, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Blood Covenant, a mystical thriller, by “one of the finest of a new generation of American kabbalists. . . His teaching is disturbing, profound and inspiring." Here his novel is intriguing, compelling, and, at its conclusion, simply stunning. It’s played out on a multi-dimensional chessboard, with pieces accelerating toward an end game that will leave you . . . breathless.
White Fire: Angels Flying from Holy Letters
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 15,860. Language: English. Published: October 29, 2009. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Religious
Allison, blocked from realizing her stories, visits her mentor Reuben, who takes her to his synagogue, opens a Torah scroll, and begins to read not from the Hebrew letters, but from the white space. "The Torah is written in letters of black fire on a background of white fire," he says. Within the stories he brings from the white fire she discovers the secrets needed to unlock her own stories.

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