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Celebrating a decade of publishing, Wild Flower Press is a small company, specializing in real-Life articles, Bible Studies, Christian fiction, and other inspirations to faith-filled Life.
Available NOW in Paperback, on Kindle and Nook:
The second book in Stephanie Bennett's fiction trilogy is BREAKING THE SILENCE
What if you could reach forward through time and obtain the diary of someone who will live in the future? What if you could read a first-hand account of the life of a woman born in the fog of a mediated, virtual world—who has stumbled upon an existence where danger, friendship, love, communication, toil and survival are not on a video screen, but real?
Book 2 of the Within the Walls trilogy, BREAKING THE SILENCE, is now available for sale on our Products Page. The eBook version is available on Kindle, and Nook.
See what reviewers are saying about this novel or read a synopsis of the storyline
The print version of Book One in the trilogy, Within the Walls, by Stephanie Bennett is available here at Wild Flower Press.
Within the Walls--a 21st century tale of love and technology, by Stephanie Bennett is part one of a series of stories that gives us glimpses into the life of Emilya, a creator of virtual vacations in 2071. IS virtual reality better and safer than the real thing? Are virtual relationships as strong as we think? To learn more about the book and its author, click here: Within the Walls.
Due to be launched in Srping of 2014
The first novel in the new series, Scions of the Aegean C, by Terry L. Craig
Does everyone go to Heaven?
What Mama Never Told You About the Afterlife is a simple, point-by-point tour of some of the ideas that "Christian Universalists" promote, counterbalanced by Biblical evidence that challenges these ideas. Terry Craig shares her decades-long research on some of the thorny questions regarding faith and salvation, Heaven and Hell in this easy to read book. To see more click here. The paper version is now available on our products page and the eBook version is available on Kindle.
Breaking the Silence by Stephanie Bennett is at the printers . . . so stay tuned here for the teaser
Stephanie has been busy . . . here's her latest article for the online magazine Break Point .
Terry L. Craig is now blogging about publishing, writing, and Christian life: click here to read her blog.
For a list of all our articles including our new series on the supernatural in the Church click here.
Our other books:
GATEKEEPER--Written three years before 9/11, the political thriller GATEKEEPER spoke of a time when security, the economy, and terrorism would become major concerns, eerily foreshadowing a future America with freedom increasingly under siege. Click here for more about GATEKEEPER
SOJOURNER-- A "must read" for those who enjoy adventure, high stakes, or apocalyptic fiction. The intrigue of SOJOURNER is found first in its captivating characters, and then in an unfolding epic of unbalanced power, destruction, and victory. Click here for more about SOJOURNER.
SWORDSMAN-- How will Christians live in the times ahead? In the final book of the Fellowship of the Mystery trilogy, people learn it's never about fear . . . it's about faith. Click here for more on SWORDSMAN
We also have Articles and Studies that will challenge people to read, pray, and THINK.
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News we didn't make up . . .
we just wrote books with similar plot lines.
Corporations to be given political powers?
The Obama administration appears to have almost no international support for controversial new trade standards that would grant radical new political powers to corporations, increase the cost of prescription medications and restrict bank regulation
Our only surprise is that some people are surprised by this!
According to the New York Times and others, the NSA and CIA Spied In 'World Of Warcraft' And Other Online Games such as Second Life
New Strain of HIV
Researchers have discovered an aggressive new "recombinant" form of the HIV virus
Scientists have discovered human artifacts from a time when people weren't supposed to exist. Hmmmmmm...
In the YIKES technology department . . .
Google is patenting an electronic "neck tattoo" that can communicate with electronic devices (and, by the way, it's also a lie detector).
Companies can patent what they engineer, including plants. Could humans eventually be patented property?