I’m pleased to say that A Week in the Life of Corinth has done exceedingly well in the last six months, becoming something of a best-seller. In fact the publisher has decided there should be a little series of such books (say A Week in the Life of Antioch, Jerusalem, Ephesus, Philippi etc.). Here’s where I ask you about which Biblical cities would you most like to see a historical novella recreation of Christian life in the first century? Now’s the time to weigh in. Looks like I may do Jerusalem or Rome, but there are other possibilities.
Here is also where I tell you Art West lovers that the fifth novel in that series of archaeological thrillers, Roma Aeterna is ‘with the press’ as they say, and should be out in time for Christmas shopping. In the latest installment,the bones of Jewish Christians mentioned in Romans 16 are found under the Vatican— including the bones of a female Apostle— Junia. The Vatican is in an uproar! Stay tuned.