(PRWEB) January 12, 2016
SAN FRANCISCO – In her new book “ANTEDILUVIA: The World that Was” (published by WestBow Press), the first book in The Japeth Narrative series, author C S Bergh uses a biblical story to teach readers that relationships and true love are the most important choices they can make, even today.
“ANTEDILUVIA” describes the time before Noah’s flood. The book follows Noah’s family though the 70 years before the flood, as told by Japeth, Noah’s firstborn son. It is the love story of Japeth and Lili, his life companion, and the creator of humanity.
An excerpt from “ANTEDILUVIA”:
“‘Shall we see how we do?’ Lili smiled sweetly. ‘Perhaps we might be more powerful together than we could hope?’ She reached my hand, immediately we were almost to Sanctuary!
I gasped. ‘Why Lili you are a far more powerful traveler than you shared!’ But when she turned to me, her eyes were wide in astonishment. ‘Oh, I see. I understand abilities, can be compounded or amplified when shared through open, willing minds. Though I held no idea we might be capable of travel so far, almost half way round the globe.’
She smiled again. ‘We shall be very useful together Ja, do you not think?’ I nodded emphatically.”
More information is available at Japeth.com and westbowpress.com.
By C S Bergh
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 488 pages | ISBN 9781490814995
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 488 pages | ISBN 9781490814971
E-Book | 488 pages | ISBN 9781490814988
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
C S Bergh has always been a student of human nature and spiritual development and is a life coach who studied theology, psychology and human development before entering the clergy.
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