Glory Revealed Earns Book of the Year Nomination

Glory Revealed: Sisters of Lazarus, Book Two, by Paula K. Parker has received a “Book of the Year” nomination from influential Christian book discovery portal, “Interviews & Reviews.” Founded by Laura J. Davis in 2008, Interviews & Reviews quickly established a reputation for reviewing the “best of the best” in Christian books from both established publishing houses and independent authors.

Glory Revealed earned 5-star reviews from Interviews & Reviews when it was covered on the website in April. Reviewer Janis Cox declared, “I felt drawn into history. Her portrayal of each character was masterfully done. I saw the people and the times. I smelled the food. I felt as if I were there. A must read for anyone wanting biblical historical fiction.” Reviewer Carol A. Brown adds, “The story helps you meet, empathize, and become friends with people who are simply names in the Bible; it helps you ‘get to know them.'”

Glory Revealed: Sisters of Lazarus, Book Two was nominated for the 2017 Book of the Year award in the Biblical Fiction category. Nominations were based on reviewer input, and the award will be based on reader votes. Winners will be announced New Year’s Day, 2018. For a complete list of nominees and to cast your vote for your favorite Christian books, visit: https://www.interviewsandreviews.com/topbooksof2017.html

About Glory Revealed: Sisters of Lazarus, Book Two

In Beauty Unveiled, the first book of the SISTERS OF LAZARUS series, Martha and Mary, the two sisters of Lazarus, couldn’t have been more different. Martha, the elder, was plain and self-conscious; Mary, the younger, was beautiful. One saw her value only in serving, while the other believed her outward appearance was her only asset. Their worlds were turned upside down when Lazarus offered hospitality to an intriguing new teacher named Jesus.

Glory Revealed: Sisters of Lazarus, Book Two picks up immediately where Beauty Unveiled ended, and carries the story of Christ to its glorious conclusion as seen through the eyes of those who witnessed firsthand the greatest story ever told.

 

 

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