HERE’S THE LAST EXCERPT
FROM MY BROTHER’S KEEPER
I hope you’re enjoying these readings from my novel. And I hope they’ll entice you to read the entire book.
I also hope that recent traffic they’ve encouraged can boost the prominence of my humble scribblings on the Net. A little nudge would be helpful.
According to a tracking service called WebStatsDomain.org, this blog comes in at 13,480,399th out of some 30 million domains. Not exactly a world beater.
In this age of niche marketing, I guess obscurity is my niche. But then, I don’t think of my readers as few in number, I think of you as elite.
Anyway, here’s the most exciting of these four excerpts — or perhaps it would be better to call it intense. Well, it has conflict, in any event, and I’ve tried to convey that in my oral interpretation.
We’re behind the scenes at Jesus’ trial before Pilate. James is defending his brother, as the high priest, Caiaphas, attempts to persuade the Roman prefect that Jesus is guilty of disrupting the peace…
If you haven’t yet listened to the previous three excerpts from MY BROTHER’S KEEPER, go back to my homepage, scroll down, and check them out. Then, please, use the Comments section to let me know what you think.