Meet Local Religious Based Fantasy Author and Actor, Elisa Guajardo Carothers December 14th, 2019 1p-4p

2019-12-14 13:00 - 16:00
THE PAPERBACK EXCHANGE BOOKSTORE AUTHOR MEET & GREETS
Phone:727-845-3494
Address: 6412 Ridge Rd, Port Richey, FL 34668

MEET LOCAL RELIGIOUS BASED FANTASY AUTHOR,

ELISA GUAJARDO CAROTHERS

SATURDAY DECEMBER 14, 2019 1PM-4PM AT THE PAPERBACK EXCHANGE BOOKSTORE!!

You Know BC and AD Here Is BS (Before Satan)” ~

“God fashioned nine levels of Heaven and his flawless companion, the imperial seraph named Lucifer. Lucifer is perfect in God’s eyes and in those of his youngest, chubby, awkward sibling Me-el, who wants to be just like him someday! Then there is Raphael, who feels uneasy around his ideal captain yet cannot fathom why. Gabriel and Uriel, his other brethren, strive to calm Raphael’s nerves by asserting to him that God never makes mistakes . . . Would he? You may think you know the whole story, but what if there is more to it? The answer may surprise you!” ~ Elisa Guajardo Carothers

 

 

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