I am the author of "The Grammar of Isaiah" and "Essays on Doctrine". I am a self-publisher, and I publish under the trading name and imprint of Antum Publications. My logo design concept is based on "the land Antum" mentioned in the Book of Mormon, and is associated with a certain "hill" in which the gold plates of the Book of Mormon were deposited. My first book was "The Grammar of Isaiah: A Selective Commentary on the Writings of the Old Testament Prophets". It takes an innovative approach to the study of the Old Testament prophets, focusing on Isaiah, and draws its inspiration from modern LDS scripture as well as the Bible. It was first published in 2010.
My second book, "Essays on Doctrine," was published on February 18, 2016, and contains nine theological essays or articles written at various times during the past 40 years, most of which were previously published in a journal and on the Internet, and two of which are new. The essays touch on controversial issues and are intended to be thought provoking. This book is printed simultaneously by Lightning Source International (on cream paper) as well as by CreateSpace (on white paper). Visit my CreateSpace eStore at: www.createspace.com/6173562.
My latest publication is a new edition of the Lectures on Faith by Joseph Smith Jr., the prophet and founder of the Mormon Church. It consists of seven theological lessons or lectures given before a "school of elders" in Kirtland, Ohio, in 1834-35, and published for the first time as part of the first edition of the Doctrine and Covenants in 1835. It was originally considered canonized LDS scripture, and continued to be so regarded and published as part of the standard works of the Church until it was removed in 1921. Since then it has been published several times independently by various publishers, none of which have been entirely satisfactory in my estimation, hence my decision to publish a new edition of it myself. This I believe to be the best edition of the Lectures on Faith that has so far been published, and one that I would recommend to interested readers.