Charity's Cross is in the hands of nearly 50 reviewers and influencers at the moment. The initial response has been great! Here are some of the comments so far:
Oh, but it is good to be back on the open seas with Tyndall. She writes so convincingly that I swear I could feel the salt spray of the sea in my face! Her verbiage is spot on and exciting, too! I was just overcome with joy to be reading another one of her wonderful books!!! Glorious! There is always much excitement in a MaryLu Tyndall book and the reader has a hard time putting the book down. I read it in a day! Susan Snodgrass
I really enjoyed how MaryLu Tyndall pulled characters and background history from “Legacy of the King’s Pirate” series into “Charity’s Cross”! A wonderful historical inspirational romance novel to read, makes me want to read all over again Tracy Finch
I am so in love with MaryLu Tyndall's books, especially her pirate series, and I've yet to be disappointed by her writing. She has taken me on adventure after adventure, causing me to sigh, cry, grimace and Praise God. I love it when books touch my soul....books that take me back to a time, place and characters that I have loved and missed. Debbie Mitchell
Find a comfy couch because once you crack open this book, you won't be moving for a very long time. Charity's Cross is one swashbuckling adventure after another. You'll weep, you'll laugh, but mostly you'll be holding your breath to find out what happens next. This, friends, is MaryLu Tyndall at her finest!~ Michelle Griep, author of Brentwood's Ward and blogger at Writer Off the Leash
PreOrder Now at the reduced price of $2.99! It will go up to $4.99 on February 1st.
Mark your Calendars! Debbie Lynne Costello, Julie Lessman, and I are having a Release Party starting here on February 12th and going through the 26th. We will be talking about our books and giving away prizes on both our blogs. It will be fun!
Multiple Paths to God?
I recently came across an article about the Pope in which he was essentially saying that no matter what religion you are, you are all part of God's family. Yes, we are all God's children, but we are all not saved. The article and the video I'm posting below disturbed me greatly I understand that perhaps his intentions are good in that he hopes to unite people in love and cooperation, but I fear the message that is taken away is that it doesn't matter what you believe... that all paths lead to God. Sounds so good and comforting and nice, but it's a lie that will lead people straight into hell. It's only a minute long. This reminds me of the One-World-Religion the false prophet will be espousing during the end of this age. Thoughts?