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  • Publishing Credits

    Database of published book, articles, short stories and blogs published by established ChristianWriters.com members.

    Chuck Kralik
    Hello, friends! I am pleased to announce that I have a devotion published in the soon-to-be released March/April issue of The Upper Room devotional magazine. I'll post a link on the date it appears in the magazine. In the meantime, check out all of my writings at www.chuckkralik.com.

    CriderC




    The Legend of No Bark Park is a story of ultimate triumph. Ripped from the tranquility of Melancholy Pond and thrust into action packed adventure, the characters face hardships and overcome impossible odds.
    Two turtles set off on a journey that will not only reshape the landscape of a very special park, but will also rewrite their own destinies. Jump into the book and experience what happens when a fast paced, dangerous world collides with the slow determined pace of two best friends. These two experience life, death, adversity and what it means to never give up.
    Along with a larger than life dragonfly that moves so fast she almost flies off the pages, these unforgettable characters capture your attention and demand you don't look away. Blink and you might miss astonishing feats. Dodging death on multiple occasions, they press on chasing a mysterious beast that terrorizes their peaceful home.
    Reignite your imagination and return to a time when you believed the impossible is possible. Unsavory characters and even a crippling injury will not stop The Legend from fulfilling his destiny to soar high in the branches above No Bark Park.
    Open the cover and discover the mysteries of this very special place. These characters will grab you by the hand, pull you into their lives and challenge you to revisit your own dreams!

    Complete at 28,000 words, The Legend of No Bark Park is a kid’s book written in the spirit of the bedtime story.

    Thank you very much for your time and consideration.

    Chris Crider

    Mike Morrison
    Haunted by the sins of his father from WWII, Cason Lang has been ostracized by the academic and archaeological communities alike. Having spent the last decade trying to claw his way out of his father's shadow, he is presented with a unique opportunity promising to fulfill just that. The Huntsmen, a secret government organization, works to track and find the lost treasures of the world.

    After discovering a traitor within the organization, Cason and his new team of experts now must race against the rival to locate the Lost Library of Ivan the Terrible. Little does Cason and his crew know, there is a greater treasure described within one of the lost texts. Opposed by a group of specially trained individuals and dealing with new information about his father, Cason will embark on a journey from the United States to Japan, Russia, and the isle of Crete in search of a once unknown mystical artifact.

    Den Warren
    In a dystopian cyberpunk world, a young boy dares to ask if God is real. After analysis, a series of androids determines that God does exist. They are designed to promote and protect the truth, which results in conflict with the government.
    This book was awarded the Reality Calling Badge for Redemptive Fiction. (You can read a thorough review at the link.)
    The Lucid Series: Android Uprising is acceptable for young adults.

    Jacob Mooney
    "After watching evil spread unchecked throughout the world before the flood, angels descend in human form to intervene. But as their mortal forms are tempted by the very sins they came to eradicate, Enoch, a young villager, risks everything to ensure they do not fall as mankind did in Eden." Adapted from Genesis 6:1-4

    This has been a 15 year project. The potential of this mostly untold story has inspired me to continue trying to figure out what may have occurred, and then construct a plot that would do justice to it.

    The movie screenplay has been finished for a while, and the novel is in it's second draft, and both are available free on the website. My editor is going through it now with a fine-toothed comb ;-). I'm generally good with the big ideas, but poor with descriptions and details. However, beta readers (understanding that it's a second draft) so far have responded very positively to the characters and story.

    Not everyone agrees on the interpretation of these verses (imagine that!), but after a lot of research, I wanted to see the story come to life in a theologically plausible way, and in a way that would challenge and capture readers' attention - both secular and Christian. Too often 'Christian' entertainment is just preaching to the choir, and that wasn't what I wanted this story to do.

    I've written some blog posts with some of the background on the story interpretation, as well as my 'standards' for creating Biblical fiction - it was important to me that my work elevate the source material, not denigrate it in any way. Feel free to read those on the blog as well.

    The story assumes the traditional Genesis timeline and interpretation. In many ways it acts as a sequel to Milton's Paradise Lost. It pushes plenty of other boundaries already, so I felt the traditional Creation interpretation was best for the story I wanted to tell.

    Let me know what you think :-)

    Chuck Kralik
    Hi, everyone! I am happy to announce that my website www.chuckkralik.com has just surpassed 10,000 visits. Since March, I've posted 109 times on various devotional thoughts. I am so blessed to have so many people that make frequent stops at my site. Keep reading and sharing! If you have been blessed in any way through my writing, I'd love for you to comment on the Guest Book page at my site. Thank you so much for your continued support!


  • Publishing Credits

    Database of published book, articles, short stories and blogs published by established ChristianWriters.com members.

    Chuck Kralik
    Hello, friends! I am pleased to announce that I have a devotion published in the soon-to-be released March/April issue of The Upper Room devotional magazine. I'll post a link on the date it appears in the magazine. In the meantime, check out all of my writings at www.chuckkralik.com.

    CriderC




    The Legend of No Bark Park is a story of ultimate triumph. Ripped from the tranquility of Melancholy Pond and thrust into action packed adventure, the characters face hardships and overcome impossible odds.
    Two turtles set off on a journey that will not only reshape the landscape of a very special park, but will also rewrite their own destinies. Jump into the book and experience what happens when a fast paced, dangerous world collides with the slow determined pace of two best friends. These two experience life, death, adversity and what it means to never give up.
    Along with a larger than life dragonfly that moves so fast she almost flies off the pages, these unforgettable characters capture your attention and demand you don't look away. Blink and you might miss astonishing feats. Dodging death on multiple occasions, they press on chasing a mysterious beast that terrorizes their peaceful home.
    Reignite your imagination and return to a time when you believed the impossible is possible. Unsavory characters and even a crippling injury will not stop The Legend from fulfilling his destiny to soar high in the branches above No Bark Park.
    Open the cover and discover the mysteries of this very special place. These characters will grab you by the hand, pull you into their lives and challenge you to revisit your own dreams!

    Complete at 28,000 words, The Legend of No Bark Park is a kid’s book written in the spirit of the bedtime story.

    Thank you very much for your time and consideration.

    Chris Crider

    Mike Morrison
    Haunted by the sins of his father from WWII, Cason Lang has been ostracized by the academic and archaeological communities alike. Having spent the last decade trying to claw his way out of his father's shadow, he is presented with a unique opportunity promising to fulfill just that. The Huntsmen, a secret government organization, works to track and find the lost treasures of the world.

    After discovering a traitor within the organization, Cason and his new team of experts now must race against the rival to locate the Lost Library of Ivan the Terrible. Little does Cason and his crew know, there is a greater treasure described within one of the lost texts. Opposed by a group of specially trained individuals and dealing with new information about his father, Cason will embark on a journey from the United States to Japan, Russia, and the isle of Crete in search of a once unknown mystical artifact.

    Den Warren
    In a dystopian cyberpunk world, a young boy dares to ask if God is real. After analysis, a series of androids determines that God does exist. They are designed to promote and protect the truth, which results in conflict with the government.
    This book was awarded the Reality Calling Badge for Redemptive Fiction. (You can read a thorough review at the link.)
    The Lucid Series: Android Uprising is acceptable for young adults.

    Jacob Mooney
    "After watching evil spread unchecked throughout the world before the flood, angels descend in human form to intervene. But as their mortal forms are tempted by the very sins they came to eradicate, Enoch, a young villager, risks everything to ensure they do not fall as mankind did in Eden." Adapted from Genesis 6:1-4

    This has been a 15 year project. The potential of this mostly untold story has inspired me to continue trying to figure out what may have occurred, and then construct a plot that would do justice to it.

    The movie screenplay has been finished for a while, and the novel is in it's second draft, and both are available free on the website. My editor is going through it now with a fine-toothed comb ;-). I'm generally good with the big ideas, but poor with descriptions and details. However, beta readers (understanding that it's a second draft) so far have responded very positively to the characters and story.

    Not everyone agrees on the interpretation of these verses (imagine that!), but after a lot of research, I wanted to see the story come to life in a theologically plausible way, and in a way that would challenge and capture readers' attention - both secular and Christian. Too often 'Christian' entertainment is just preaching to the choir, and that wasn't what I wanted this story to do.

    I've written some blog posts with some of the background on the story interpretation, as well as my 'standards' for creating Biblical fiction - it was important to me that my work elevate the source material, not denigrate it in any way. Feel free to read those on the blog as well.

    The story assumes the traditional Genesis timeline and interpretation. In many ways it acts as a sequel to Milton's Paradise Lost. It pushes plenty of other boundaries already, so I felt the traditional Creation interpretation was best for the story I wanted to tell.

    Let me know what you think :-)

    Chuck Kralik
    Hi, everyone! I am happy to announce that my website www.chuckkralik.com has just surpassed 10,000 visits. Since March, I've posted 109 times on various devotional thoughts. I am so blessed to have so many people that make frequent stops at my site. Keep reading and sharing! If you have been blessed in any way through my writing, I'd love for you to comment on the Guest Book page at my site. Thank you so much for your continued support!


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