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It’s Heeerre!

After more than a decade of trying to figure out how to get this story out of my head and onto the book pages . . .


It’s such an unusual and unique plot that I had trouble finding a category and genre to put the novel in.

It’s not fantasy, but there’s mysticism. It’s not romance, but there’s love. It’s not Christian, but there’s Christ. It’s not psychological, but it’s emotional. It’s not religious, but it’s spiritual.

And in addition to all of the above, it’s an impassioned, poignant, inspirational tale.

Click on the book or follow this link to Through His Disciples’ Eyes.

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I’ve posted the blurb description of the plot before, but I’m sharing it again below for anyone who missed it. Check back here for free book promos coming soon.

What if Jesus lived in modern times? Would history repeat itself?

In the year 2029, the world is broken, and so is Max Greenwood. In his attempt to find inner peace, he learns of a long-lost prophet—Joshua Cane—who lived in the 1950s. His life appears to mirror that of Jesus’s, complete with healing miracles, disciples, and being murdered in his thirties. Researching for more, Max uncovers information on two of the disciples. Tobias Jones is a tempestuous man who separates from Cane’s other followers to spread the prophet’s teachings on his own. His ideas to control the righteous message lead to trouble. Julia Flores is a teen whose mother kicked her out. Homeless and feeling unloved, she finds purpose in following Joshua Cane on his Mission to spread peace. As she travels with him, emotional issues from her past emerge, causing drama along the way. The stories of these troubled souls searching for meaning trigger life-altering revelations for Max Greenwood—revelations not only about Joshua and his disciples, but about himself and all of us.


24 thoughts on “It’s Heeerre!”

  1. Congratulations Lori on publishing this book after so long. A wonderful effort. Sometimes it just takes time for a story to come out right and be set free into the world. I like the cover a lot and those eyes seem very mysterious and the heart offers emotion and tenderness. The characters sound like they have very rich personalities yet have similarities. I hope to check the book out. Great to see it has a Kindle option 😊

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    1. Thank you, Jacqui. It was difficult weaving three separate stories into one and connecting them in the end. Not to mention the philosophy intertwined. I’m pleased with the way it finally came together. Merry Christmas. 🎄

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  2. Not being big on religion, I had some hesitation about reading this book, but I’m so glad that I read it. It is more about ordinary people with ups and downs in their lives, like all of us have, and how they were influenced by the teachings of Joshua Cane. The characters have worries, fears, and concerns just like anyone else, and I really empathized with them and the emotions they felt. Very well written. The detail is partly what drew me in. It was almost like being there.

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