Ben Park has compiled a list of Essential Readings in Mormonism that includes both fiction and non-fiction. After listing 10 essential reads, he adds a list of ‘Nearly Essential Reads’ which includes The Scholar of Moab. Wonder why? You know what to do to find out. . . . → Read More: Scholar of Moab makes Ben Park’s ‘Nearly Essential Readings’ in Mormonism for Members!
Having trouble picking which of my books you would like to give for Christmas? Here is a handy guide I’ve created to make it easier!
You can read more about them here:
A Short Stay in Hell
Rifts of Rime
The Scholar of Moab
Or just pick them numberswiki.com
up at Amazon!
. . . → Read More: Your Christmas gift guide
After all the excitement of this week, I am off on vacation to Maine. But to keep you entertained and well informed, with special permission from AML’s own Scott Parkin, I am reposting his review of my new book, Rifts of Rime.
This was originally posted at the Association of Mormon Literature (AML) Discussion Board. You may want to visit it and look at what’s going on in Mormon lit.
In addition, don’t forget to look at my other books, Scholar of Moab, which was awarded AML’s best novel of 2011, and was a Finalist for the Montaigne Medal, a national award for the most thought provoking book. Look at the reviews at the link.
Also “A Short Stay in Hell” is tearing up Goodreads. Warning, do not read if you don’t want to stay up all night thinking. Take a look at AaronR’s discussion ongoing right now at BCC.
Since I’ll be sailing, eating lobster, and biking through ancient forests, I won’t be checking this often so I’m turning off comments on this post until I get back.
To the Rifts of Rime Review!
Continue reading Scott Parkin’s review of my new book, Rifts of Rime