Thursday, April 8, 2010

Writer's Block: Carlos Solorzano

Posted By on Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 12:31 PM

Carlos Solorzano has written his first novel.
Through Time & Eternity
372 pages
$16.99, CreateSpace
www.ienovel.com

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Summary:

Joaquin Alameda is a high school religion teacher and kick-boxer with a lonely heart. Little does he know that he is about to become the center of a cosmic struggle.

Lucifer and his demons have created a plot to reorganize the cosmos by preventing the death and resurrection of Jesus. The key member of this plot is a disciple named Cain that Lucifer will send back in time along with some unusual accomplices to change history once and for all.

To counter Lucifer's plot, Michael and the heavenly host come to earth and call on Joaquin to confront the efforts of Cain. It is through a painful process that Joaquin is mentally, spiritually and physically prepared for such a task.

After finishing his training, Joaquin will travel back in time to prevent Cain's attack on divine history while the angels and demons battle once again in the ethereal plane.

Author Bio:

Carlos Solorzano has a BA and MA in Religious Studies from Cal State Long Beach. His writings have been featured in various newspapers, magazines and websites ranging on topics from theology, social commentaries and drumming concepts. His a full time theology teacher at Salpointe Catholic High School and is also a professional musician with most of that time being spent with the Tucson based Christian band Come Thirsty. Through Time & Eternity is his first novel.

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