Sensationalist books about superheroes, the occult, ancient religions, and conspiracy theories.
Dangerous stuff for kids, but worth keeping an eye on, and maybe buying to read by themselves.
Why are your books so popular?
“You have to be a genius to invent these things, but he’s a genius!” – John Scalzi, creator of the popular science fiction series Vorkosigan Saga.
You’ll be surprised at how many other people are so into your books.
You just have to get out there and try them out.
Here are some recommendations that are currently on sale, and they’re a great place to start:
Dangerous is available in print, ebook, audiobook, and audiobook editions, and available from Audible and iTunes.
The Golden Empire Trilogy
Rising Star, Rising Sun, and The Star
Spirits of Vengeance, Spirits of Order
Beneath is also on sale from Audible and Apple iTunes.
If you want to try The Golden Empire Trilogy by R.A. Koons, a beautiful fantasy story that explores the concept of consciousness, we have you covered with a number of free audiobooks which I have selected as “Free Audio Reads” that you can listen to right now.
You can listen to the audiobooks at
These are all free audiobooks, so you might as well get the books for free!
And here are two other free audiobooks from Audible, which are great if you don’t have an audio player:
The first time I ever heard of the concept of the American Family Association (AFA) was in February 2006. At the time I was a young internist for my hospital, and the doctor attending to the woman in my bed had recently been a vocal critic of the religious right’s push to impose its doctrine upon public policy.
I remember him mentioning, over and over, the term “religious liberty,” but he didn’t talk about it much; there was a brief moment of silence. After I finished my second round of stitches, I told him, “Thank you, doctor, but in order for a conversation about religious liberty to take place, it’s important to give those we’ve been discussing an accurate account of what that means.”
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