Today I would like to spotlight author Doug Simpson. Doug has five published books. His latest book The Soul of Jesus has just been released and you can find it at this link:
US link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HX003PW
After reading about The Soul of Jesus I was intrigued to know the author a bit better and asked Doug a few questions.
What is one of the most unusual things you have done in your life? I discovered proof of reincarnation.
Why would someone like your book(s)? My books give readers something to contemplate.
What is the ideal recipe for a good book? Give the reader a reason to read ‘just one more chapter’.
Give a one sentence synopsis of your novel: The Soul of Jesus includes facts that most people have never come across before concerning Jesus and his life.
Who is your favorite character or person from your book(s)? Jesus.
How old were you when you wrote your first book? 65
How long did it take you to write it? It was the forerunner of the manuscript that has now become The Soul of Jesus. It took about three years because of all of the research that was necessary.
When did you publish your first book? 2011
In your opinion, what is the one thing people can do to improve life on the planet? Be kind to others.
Thank you for being a quest on my blog Doug. It has been interesting to get to know you. Where can people go to learn more about you and your work?
My website at http://dousimp.msni.net
My other social media links:
Amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/Doug-Simpson/e/B006GDWTQI/
About The Soul of Jesus
As part of His preparations for the long-prophesied birth of our Savior, God selected a devout group of primarily Jewish Essenes to oversee this monumental undertaking. The Soul of Jesus delves into numerous details surrounding these readily-available but little-known preparations which preceded the birth of Jesus, and then carries on to share delightful snippets concerning the birth and life of Jesus before the commencing of His Ministry, Jesus’ Healings and other Miracles, His Apostles, relatives, friends and the group of seventy disciples, the Crucifixion and Resurrection, His activities after the Resurrection, and Jesus’ Ascension, that are not recorded in the Scriptures.