Here is chapter 4 of my online novel, “The Babel Pandemic”. Please enjoy!
Chapter 2 of my novel, “The Babel Pandemic”.
I will be writing this book chapter by chapter. Each chapter will be released by Tuesday morning. There will also be an audio podcast of each chapter as well. Chapter 1 The old lady cleaned up the meal they ate minutes ago. Her husband sat outside of their home relaxing and humming some song he…
The Q Began last March, and though I can’t be sure, I believe that was a year and two months ago. I have no proof right now, but it’s been warm here in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts for over a week now, and that just doesn’t happen unless it’s May. Its crazy how one day I can be teaching Math to a bunch 7th grade middle school students at Forest Grove, and the next I’m asked to go home and stay there by my bosses, the media, politicians, doctors, and a bunch of stay at home moms turned infectious disease experts on social media. So I went home, and for the next three weeks, played X-box with my college friends from around the country.
The following short story is a work of fiction by Martin Holman. Any resemblance to real life (with the exception of the 2020 pandemic and the My Lai Massacre) is purely coincidental.
My first novel, “Flat Earth” is now officially released and ready to buy digitally! You can buy it on Kindle or Apple Books or Kobo or Smashwords. If you’re looking for a good book to read, consider trying this one for a late night read or your virtual book club! I hope you like it!
On a cold December morning in 2017, I met with a group of friends (that I still meet with, though this morning it will be on Zoom) and we discussed our dreams. Not the kind that you have when you’ve spun through a deep cycle of sleep and are close to waking up, but the ones that spur you on to make it through this life. The dreams that push you to be better than you are, while at the same time help you be the person you were created to become.
Part 1 Now and Then As a dog returns to its vomit, so a fool repeats his foolishness. Proverbs 26:11 I love to tell stories. I love to tell stories about my life and the lives of interesting people who are interesting and do interesting things. I tell stories that make…
My new novel, Flat Earth, will be released 3 weeks early on April 3rd!
The apostles, however, staunchly claimed Jesus as Lord and maintained this as the bedrock of their faith. Throughout the last 2000 years, followers of Jesus repeat this mantra and it stands as the unifying cry of the body of Christ as a whole. No matter the denomination or the people group or the style of Christianity, a church or group cannot call themselves Christian if they don’t profess that Jesus is their Lord.