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South African Angelique Pacheco Signed up for Christian Devotionals and Children Books

We have another announcement to make. South African writer Angelique Pacheco has signed up to have her work published by Celenic Earth Publications! We have been in discussions with Angelique for a few months, and are happy to advise that she has become part of the Celenic family.

Angelique’s focus will be on Christian devotionals and christian stories for children. We have also asked her to work on a children’s daily devotional, something we feel that is sorely lacking in the literary world.

These are the books that Angelique is currently working on for publication:

  • Jungle Bible
  • Kids Devotional
  • Adult Devotional

Here is a small bio of Angelique:

Angelique Pacheco teaches Martial Arts by day and writes at night. She has been writing ever since she can remember. Her first love is poetry. She came third in the South African Writer’s circle Annual short story Competition in 2016. More recently, she took second place in the South African Writer’s circle Annual short story Competition in 2017. She has been published in the Best of Today’s Little Ditty 2016, Authors Mag and Flat White magazine.

Angelique is also featured in our Guinness World Record Anthology of 108 short stories, CEA Greatest Anthology Written. Her story that was featured is called ‘Birds of Change’, and had a historical aspect to it.

We are very happy to have Angelique as part of the Celenic family, and we are sure her books will be a delight to all Christians around the world!


 

You can order your copy of our World Record 108 short story anthology here!

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JAY GIRGIS Debut Novelette ‘The Berberian’ now available!

Celenic Earth Publications is happy to announce that one of our newest authors, Jay Girgis, has just released his debut Novelette, ‘The Berberian’. It is an action adventure story with tones of historical religious context as the Arabs invade christian lands:

Welcome to 698 A.D. It is time of unrest, with the Arabs taking Christian lands and the Berber Christians being taken into slavery in Carthage, North West Africa. Itri is a young boy when he is enslaved with his parents and enforced into the Arab religion and culture. After being physically emasculated, he meets his master’s daughter and agrees to run away with her. They are hunted down until they meet Christians like themselves who are standing up against the Arab invasions.

Years pass as the conflict rises and Itri learns to fight, but the tense love between him and Laila grows stronger. They forge strong relationships with fellow fighters, as Itri learns that his brother is in the Arab army. It is not just a contest of blood ties, but also religious beliefs and difference in cultures. With Itri refusing to take any life, can he hold to his principles as he faces his own family while holding back the oncoming Arabic hordes?

The book is only available in ebook format due to its length. We are also proud to announce that one of Jay’s short stories will be a Celenic Earth Anthology exclusive to be featured in one of our anthologies soon.

‘The Berberian’ is available at the following official outlets, with links on icons where we have been able to obtain it.

 

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Author Shaun M Jooste announces new biblical based fiction series

One of our featured authors, Shaun M Jooste, who brought us his epic fantasy series, the Celenic Earth Chronicles, and his debut horror novel, Silent Hill: Betrayal, has announced that he will be working on a fictional series based on the Bible. According to his latest blog post, it is something that he has been wanting to write for a while, but comments it will be a fictional adaptation of the Bible, but not religious in nature.

We look forward to these books being added to our catalogue in the future. Watch this space for further updates.

 

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