Kat, of the Bibliobabes web-site has a refreshingly unorthodox approach to book reviews. Here is her video recording of her wonderfully positive, and quirky, review of A Brief Eternity.
Clair Maurice is a former Pentecostal Minister who found the descriptions of Heaven in A Brief Eternity conflicting with her own, inherited fantasy. The book made her think though, and changed her perceptions. The ending, in particular, is still running through her head, days later…
I started studying with OCA (Open College of the Arts) in 2006 and began writing A Brief Eternity on the level 3 Advanced Writing course. Now I’m a published author they decided to do a write-up on my journey so far.
I was recently interviewed by Susan K Perry for her Creative Atheist blog at Patheos.com. Susan has been an independent journalist, writing thousands of articles, essays, columns, and reviews for regional and national publications, including Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Psychology Today, Los Angeles, and many others. Later she zeroed in on psychological topics, wrote a nonfiction book or two, and went on to earn a Ph.D.
On the week marking the 50th Anniversary of CS Lewis’ death, an ex-evangelical Christian’s debut novel challenges CS Lewis’s view of the afterlife and the morality of a God that would condemn his subjects to eternal damnation. Paul Beaumont’s book ‘A Brief Eternity’ (published November 2013 by Dangerous Little Books) presents a very different view of the afterlife.
Paul Beaumont, an atheist who, for 25 years, claimed to have had a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, has had his debut novel – A Brief Eternity – shortlisted for the Dundee International Book Prize and, subsequently, published by independent publisher, Dangerous Little Books.