Friday, January 12, 2007

A Pagan's Nightmare by Ray Blackston

Love the cover on this thing. Definitely an attention grabber. Christian Fiction Blog Alliance has more about the book and author Ray Blackston on their website.

A tongue-in-cheek look at contemporary culture through the eyes of a screenwriter who pens a hit about the last unbeliever on Earth navigating a thoroughly Christian world. An unwary "pagan" discovers he's one of the last remaining unbelievers in a world populated by Christians. Or so imagines Larry Hutch, a screenwriter with hopes of writing a hit movie. While struggling in his faith and dealing with personal crises, he imagines a strange new world where song lyrics are altered to conform to "Christian" standards (the Beatles belt out "I Wanna Hold Your Tithe") and French fries, newly labeled "McScriptures," are tools for evangelism. Larry's screenplay is a big hit with his agent, Ned, but Ned's Southern Baptist wife is less than amused. Both men's futures will be on the line when the world witnesses A PAGAN'S NIGHTMARE.

AND THE WINNER IS: Dona Watson is the winner of the copy of Hell in a Breifcase. Congrats, Dona!


:-)Ronie said...

It is a kewl cover. Somewhere, I hear a woman screaming...the theme music throbbing through my chest duh-nuh....duh-nuh... :-D

Heather said...

Oh, this sounds funny.

Lynn Donovan said...

This sound too cool! I want to read this!!! Thanks for sharing it. Hey are you headed to any writers conferences this year?