Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Spotlight: Just Love Everybody by Greg Ware



Just Love Everybody 
by Greg Ware
Genre: Science Fiction
Synopsis: 
The year is 2031, and the Paris and San Bernardino attacks were just the beginning, as ISIS has metastasized and ingrained itself in the United States. In the midst of societal confusion and chaos, revered obstetrician Dr. Jake Love finds himself the lucky recipient of a 24-hour meeting with anyone from the past. After considerable deliberation and meticulous investigation, he makes a momentous decision. Jake decides to return to the day Jesus was crucified and obtain a blood sample—not only allowing him a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to establish paternity, but also providing an option to clone Christ. And the DNA paternity test with gender orientation markers will either legitimize Christ’s status or throw all of Christianity under the bus.
The journey to Jerusalem reveals much about the relationship between humanity and mysticism. With the FBI one step behind, and the future of a volatile citizenry hanging in the balance, the good doctor’s mission takes on added importance. An ending that no one can anticipate opens up new possibilities for a more perfect union by challenging traditional beliefs in this entertaining yet oh-so-enlightening new novel.
About the book: 
Just Love Everybody by Greg Ware 
ISBN: 978-0996860703 
Publisher: BookBaby 
Date of publish: February 2016 
Pages: 306 
S.R.P.: $19.99
About the author: 
Greg Ware has been an educator/administrator for over 15 years, with a master’s degree in education and a teaching credential. Songwriting has also brought him significant recognition, as he’s penned a Top-Forty hit and placed over 20 songs on network television, and his comedic writing skills provided him the opportunity to perform stand-up at Hollywood’s legendary Comedy Store. Just Love Everybody is his debut novel.


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