Thursday, May 6, 2010

Writer's Block: Carlos Solorzano

Posted By on Thu, May 6, 2010 at 12:45 PM

Carlos Solorzano's I Am His Mother has just been released in time for Mother's Day.
$12.99, available here.

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A summary, courtesy of the author:

An ancient document has been unearthed in the city of Ephesus and archaeologists have confirmed that it appears to be a Christian document from the first century CE. Scholars have studied the document and have determined that it is not another Gospel or an earlier form of an existing Gospel nor is it any type of Christian epistle. Theologians have analyzed the document and have identified it as a personal reflection on the life of Jesus Christ and believe the author to be…Mary, His Mother!

Author bio, courtesy of the author:

• Author of the novel Through Time & Eternity and the Marian devotional I Am His Mother, both available from www.ienovel.com
• BA & MA in Religious Studies from Cal State Long Beach
• High School theology teacher for 14 years in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles as well as the Tucson Diocese
• Theological consultant at St. Lucy’s Parish in Long Beach, CA for Triduum presentation, Spring 2006
• Member of the Theology Curriculum Committee for the Diocese of Tucson, Spring 2007
• Regular contributor to Heartbeat the Magazine
• Writings featured in Good News Tucson & The Liberator magazines as well as Wrecked for the Ordinary, Arizona Writer’s Blog, American Protest, Pro Life America, Word Press & Indy Press New York websites
• Regular contributor to the Los Cabos Drumsticks monthly newsletter
• Professional drummer and songwriter that works primarily with the Tucson based Christian band Come Thirsty

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