the daily purge 12-14-16

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BOO!

It’s a scary book about a living dead human who discovers a vial of blood which can turn him back into a living being.What follows is a series of escapades, creepy in their nature, but leading to an open-ended ending, mostly because this is the third of a four book series, The Books of Mortals.

Again, I say ‘BOO!’.

T Purging L poured over Wikipedia as part of my exhaustive research to give my readers the absolute accuratest information so they can go through life sure of what they read here.

What you need to know about Ted Dekker: He was born the son of two missionaries who came home to Montana for one year every five years. This led Ted to be raised 20% by his parents and 80% by his imagination. His odd thoughts were a synaptic starter drug that eventually led him to writing spooky fiction.

What you need to know about Tosca Lee: She was named after her father’s favorite Puccini opera. Her dreams of becoming a professional ballerina came to naught after being unable to overcome many physical injuries. She went on to become a contestant in many beauty pageants. She gave this up to work for the Gallup Organization as a consultant to many Fortune 500 companies. Then she wrote a book and became famous.

One day I hope to warrant a Wikipedia page.

What you need to know about The Purging Lutheran: TPL was born and raised by a family of wolves in Carmel, Indiana. He learned to make mustard sandwiches on his own and began a life-long love affair with coffee when he started drinking Folgers Instant at the age of eight. This started his ‘blur years’ until he entered 1997 with a black eye and a key to a hotel room. The Lord led him home then across the street to Holy Cross Lutheran Church where he worships to this very day. He has a wife, My Sweet Rib, and two children, The Lad and Our Marta. And cats. He has cats.

Ephesians 2:8-9   For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast.

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