Saturday, July 2, 2016

Crimson Harvest for Free in July!

If you're looking for some summer reading (YA and older suspense), Smashwords is running a "Free" promotion for Crimson Harvest in July!

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Message from a reader, Brittany G.

I received this very encouraging message regarding Crimson Harvest.  It's the sort of thing that tends to fan the flames for other stories.  Thank you, Brittany!

Mr. Mollohan, I just finished your book today and I have to say I am very impressed and touched! I'm not one that typically reads about vampires, but I was very interested and excited in reading your book. It captivated me from the beginning and I stayed up a bit too late the past few nights, in wanting to read just one more page... The similitudes astounded me and the battle between good and evil toward the end of the story brought me to tears. It sparked lively conversations about dark and evil symbols over history around the breakfast table, and my dad is planning on reading it now that I have finished. Thank you for taking the time to write it, and for allowing scripture to flow through the pages, it made The Word come alive. Blessings, Brittany


Thursday, July 31, 2014

Amy's Review...

Awww! Thank you, Amy, for the review!

I enjoyed this so much. Who knew vampires and Jesus could be so exciting? Crimson Harvest is hard to put down, and had me asking, ‘What’s going to happen next?’ from chapter to chapter.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Coupon for 50% off of Crimson Harvest until August 31st!

Smashwords has a 50% off coupon on Crimson Harvest running until August 31st! 

Go to:
and enter the coupon code:  YR27F  (it's not case sensitive). 

Monday, May 12, 2014

Review by Jess Mountifield

Review by Jess Mountifield:  

"The story was good and had plenty of tension. I... wanted to know what happened at the end and I want a sequel. Heather was a brilliant character and there was a touch of mystery to the others I still want explaining.... I enjoyed the book and I’d read more from the author, especially in this series."

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Real fun...

People who don’t see the “real fun” of Christianity are sometimes the victims of mixed signals from Church-goers. The doing of “churchy things” on the one hand and the seeking of ungodly thrills on the other can inadvertently send the message that Jesus isn’t all He’s cracked up to be and that a greater level of excitement can be found outside of His word and will.
Until people can see that what motivates a Christian isn’t merely a ritual or tradition, they will not see the real value – the “real fun” – of a Christian lifestyle. The “real fun” of Christianity is found in the joy of personally experiencing a loving God Who delights in His child and the adventure we undertake in growing in our relationship with Him.

A reflection based on Crimson Harvest, chapter 3.