Essence Asunder by Feind Gottes One man. Two Fiends. A cold, dark basement. A table of torture devices. A garrote chair. Jacob Falgoust has woken into his own private Hell where Pain and Misery greet him with open arms. A reason wrapped in riddles of beauty and pain may be his only chance to escape... Continue Reading →
Something different, I was interviewed by Fiona Mcvie. Check it out.
Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie.
Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age?
Hi Fiona, thanks for having me. My name is Theresa Jacobs and I am 47. I only began writing in my 40’s so I am not afraid to share this fact. I like to tell everyone my age and encourage others that no matter your age, you can achieve your dreams.
Fiona: Where are you from?
Currently I reside in Ontario Canada.
Fiona: A little about your self (ie, your education, family life, etc.).
I worked for the past 15 years in retail and have only this year moved over to the administration side of the business. I still do commercial sales as well, so I am always busy and on the go.
Fiona: Tell us your latest news.
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This month we have an eclectic mix of audiobooks, covering short stories, Christian fiction, sci-fi, and horror. So take a look through the list, and find that perfect audiobook to listen to on a summer’s evening.
Come Home Children by Leana Marie Price
Joining God’s Sanctuary was supposed to fulfil Donna Ferguson’s desire to follow and serve Jesus Christ. Instead, she finds herself in a world of fear and torment filling each day from the moment she moves to Darthmore. As the leaders terrorize, isolate, ostracize, and finally separate her from her children, she sees a parallel between her plea to be reunited with them and God calling “come home children” to those He loves. Buy here
Kept by Theresa Jacobs
Twelve massive ships leave the dying Earth, heading into the great unknown, seeking new life among the stars.
One of the ships, GIA, crashes on Kepler, which is already…
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