Tuesday, August 25, 2015

I Need Someone to Buy a Book -- How About a FREE One? Seventh Dimension - The Door...

Amazon has agreed to make Seventh Dimension - The Door free on Amazon Kindle. If you haven't read it, here are some impressive statistics.

57 reviews, 4.6 stars

http://bit.ly/the_door   U.S. 
http://bit.ly/LRSmashDoor  Outside the U.S.

2013 International Book Awards Finalist
2013 Grace Awards Finalist
2013 Selah Awards Finalist
2013 Readers' Favorite Finalist
2014 Book Goodies Best Cover Contest Winner, YA category

Seventh Dimension -The King, book 2 is available for $2.99 on Kindle and Seventh Dimension - The Castle, book 3 is available for 3.99 on Kindle. Am I Okay, God? a devotional series that goes with the Seventh Dimension Series is available for FREE on Amazon Prime.

How could you not want to read it, right? I was also doing a little marketing and discovered that the audio book of Seventh Dimension - The Door has been taken down. I had asked Audible if I could have a professional narrator redo it and they agreed, but they didn't tell me they removed it,  so I am in the process of having it renarrated now. The audio will be much better with a professional narrator. 

Seven Dimension - The King, Book 2 is available in audio book from Audio.com, and I discovered that Audio has it listed for FREE with a 30-day membership. So if you want The King as an audio book, now is the time to get it. The link is: bit.ly/AudioKingSpecialPrice

To get The Door 40% discount off the retail price of $14.95 in PRINT VERSION, visit my eStore at: https://www.createspace.com/4232105
Enter the following discount code: C2VTZHDW

Read more at http://lorilynroberts.com/seventhdimensionthedoor.html#W59dVqZq0pUuD6Do.99

Monday, August 10, 2015

Book Review by Sherrill S. Cannon of Seventh Dimension - The Castle, Book 3, A Young Adult Fantasy

I am so thrilled by all the positive reviews from my new book The Castle in the Seventh Dimension Series.  I am thankful for those who have posted reviews and the encouragement it's  given me to finish the fourth and final book in the series. 

The Castle: A Young Adult Fantasy (Seventh Dimension Series Book 3) This is truly an awesome series, and since I gave 5 stars to The Door, Book 1, and six stars to The King, Book 2, I must give 7 stars to this newest release, The Castle, Book 3.

Once more, the familiar characters interact, and reveal more about the different time dimensions in which the story is told. I found the section about the Crucifixion the most compelling, having this literally earth-shattering event described through the eyes of a young man from 2015.

The juxtaposition of other historical events, including the description of Caiaphas with a shadow of a swastika, made the story eerily plausible. Later in the book, it was also enjoyable to become reacquainted with some of the characters of Ms. Roberts’ children’s book The Donkey and the King…all of these swirling and interconnecting through different dimensions of time. 

Once again I find myself grateful that the series will continue, as well as impatient that I have to wait!

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Enjoy the Latest Review from Christian Thriller Author Martin Roth of "Seventh Dimension - The Castle."

Format: Kindle Edition
I am a fan of the Seventh Dimension series of Christian supernatural thrillers from Lorilyn Roberts, and her latest, “The Castle,” is the best.

Like its predecessor, “The King,” it relates the story of Daniel, a young Jewish man from present-day Jerusalem who enters the seventh dimension, where, as a friend tells him, “time is an illusion.” He finds himself in first-century Palestine and a witness to events surrounding the arrest and trial of Yeshua (Jesus).

These scenes occupy roughly the first half of the book, and in many respects they are the most gripping part of the whole drama. Though we know of course that Yeshua is going to be betrayed and convicted, we still share the profound sense of apprehenson and horror experienced by Daniel as he watches the events unfold right before him.

At the same time, extra tension is injected to the proceedings because we are aware that Daniel himself is in danger, as he is wanted by the Roman authorities and has escaped from prison.

And in this superbly written multi-layered book there is even more. For overshadowing everything is our knowledge that present-day Daniel is searching for his father, who disappeared while on a business trip. It seems that perhaps he is being held in a mysterious castle, somewhere far away.
I enjoy historical fiction, and was impressed by the skilful way in which the author brings Palestine to life. One moment we are in a Roman prison, then we are in the temple in Jerusalem, watching Yeshua argue with the merchants. We are in the Garden of Gethsemane when the guards arrest Yeshua (and almost arrest Daniel). We are at Golgotha as Yeshua dies on the cross.

I was happy that the author resisted the temptation to hurry the action along. So we have time to look around, to hear the sounds and smell the fragrances. We feel we are there.

The book becomes darker towards the end, and without giving too much away, there are further encounters with Yeshua that are straight from the Book of Revelation. And here Daniel learns something about his father, and understands that he has been chosen for a special mission. It is a dramatic ending that sets us up for the next book in the series.

Highly recommended.
Link to Amazon to purchase: http://bit.ly/3_BOTH


To learn more about Martin Roth and his book you can visit his website at http://www.martinroth.com.au/