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Sunday, October 18, 2009

HAUNT OF JACKALS by Eric Wilson


Haunt of Jackals by Eric Wilson
Book 2 of Jerusalem’s undead Trilogy
3 DAY REVIEW FOR

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY BLOG TOUR

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A little information about the author:

Eric Wilson has written nine novels.

I’ll just bet some of these will be surprises:

1.Haunt of Jackals
2. Field of Blood
3. Fireproof
4. Facing the Giants
5. Flywheel
6. A Shred of Truth
7. The Best of Evil
8. Expiration Date
9. Dark to Mortal Eyes

Have you seen the movie FIREPROOF? Probably. Have you seen FACING THE GIANTS? You really should. It is even better! Have you seen FLYWHEEL? It is not a Hollywood production, but rent it. You will be glad you did. I really liked it.

Eric Wilson seems to be on the cutting edge of Christian Fiction – screenplays and novels. His fiction is leading the way for many. I am happy to have read the first two books in his JERUSALEM’S UNDEAD TRILOGY. And as part of the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY BLOG TOUR, I will be reviewing HAUNT OF JACKALS here the next few days.

Eric Wilson, a family man, was born stateside but spent many years traveling abroad with his parents, missionaries. I hear they even attempted to give out bibles behind the iron curtain. Most of what I read about Mr. Wilson says that he wanted to write from a young age. We are all glad he was given the chance. HAUNT OF JACKALS is just another package of proof.

Tune in tomorrow for my synopsis of HAUNT OF JACKALS.

Don’t forget to check out what others on the tour are saying about HAUNT OF JACKALS:

Brandon Barr
Wayne Thomas Batson
Jennifer Bogart
Justin Boyer
Keanan Brand
Amy Browning
Karri Compton
Amy Cruson
CSFF Blog Tour
Stacey Dale
D. G. D. Davidson
Jeff Draper
April Erwin
Karina Fabian
Beth Goddard
Todd Michael Greene
Timothy Hicks
Becky Jesse
Cris Jesse
Julie
Carol Keen
Dawn King
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Mirtika
Nissa
John W. Otte
James Somers
Speculative Faith
Rachel Starr Thomson
Robert Treskillard
Steve Trower
Fred Warren
Phyllis Wheeler
Jill Williamson
KM Wilsher


Come back tomorrow for more of HAUNT OF JACKALS!

11 comments:

Billy Coffey said...

This sounds AWESOME, KM!

Ban said...

I'll be back ... ;)

Amydeanne said...

i didn't realize he was a part of fireproof! wow, how great is that!

can't wait to see what you've got to say!

Amy Browning said...

Wow! Great post. I didn't know Wilson had that many of his books made into movies. Great info. I'll be back tomorrow for more...

KM Wilsher said...

Billy - Great to see you!
Ban - We'll be here!
Amydeanne - Yeah. . . Fireproof. NY best seller list. He is very prevelent in the Christian fiction scene!
Amy B - I really liked Flywheel, well and the other two too. See you tomorrow!

Chris said...

Hmm. Seems like I'm always late to comment on your posts. :)

This book looks AWESOME. Just the premise made me want to dash out and find myself a copy, which would be bad seeing as how the nearest bookstore is 17 miles away. lol

KM Wilsher said...

Chris, You are not late. There is a three day HAUNT OF JACKALS celebration here :)

I think we need to get you a Kindle so you don't have to do a 17mile run to get your book fix hee hee

Hope you'll come back :)

Phyllis Wheeler said...

Very well-said, Kim! I knew there was something very visual about his writing.

lynnrush said...

I haven't seen Facing the Giants, but I'm told I should. Fireproof rocked! Sounds like an interesting guy!

Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

Just to clarify, KM, I think the movies came first. Backwards, I know. I picked this up in one of the interviews I read. Seems he was approached to do the novelization of the three movies. I wonder if he ever dreamed the books would become so successful.

Becky

wilsonwriter said...

Rebecca is correct. None of my own books have been made into movies.

I was approached by the Kendrick brothers to novelize their original screenplays. I had nothing to do with the movies, but I took 15-20K screenplays and turned them into 70K novels, with extra backstory, setting, subplots, and so on. It was a fun experience, and I loved being a part of what the Kendricks were doing, though it was quite different in style from my normal writing.

We realized, despite our differences, we all love Jesus and people. That really bonded us in the creative process.