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Zero Hour: Stories of Spiritual Suspense Paperback – January 30, 2011
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"...After reading this book I am sure you will agree with my conclusion that these stories should be turned into television program episodes of a new show like the one by Rod Serling. They are just the right type and just the right length for this purpose and are of the same high quality."
--Forrest W. Schultz
Southside Book Reviews
The cover copy claims similarity to The Twilight Zone, and certainly there is something of that flavor herein... with the subtle deviations from reality that tell the reader something is just barely off about the world they are experiencing.
--Critical Press Media
From the Author
At first glance, there may be some who think of a Christian writing speculative fiction as a contradiction in terms. If one looks at the majority of the genre, one can at least see their reasoning. For every C.S. Lewis or Frank Peretti, unflinchingly Christian writers whose works can be categorized as speculative fiction, there are countless other writers whose works are anything but Christian... However, this does not mean that speculative fiction cannot be Christian. In fact, I believe that there is a need for Christian genre writers, simply because there are Christians who are fans of the genre... Bottom line: It is possible to tell a spec-fic story without objectionable material. From there, I don't think it's such a major stretch to add Christian themes to the stories. After all, the Bible features several examples of God using supernatural events to either deliver His people or else deliver a message to them.
--From the Author's Foreword