Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Roman Carnival by Serafim Gascoigne

Roman Carnival is an exciting read for parents and teens. It is full of interesting facts about life in AD 65, what they wore and what they ate. It helps children to be aware of how a passion can lead to obsession. The underlying metaphysics is that we inherit not only the physical characteristics of our parents, but a part of their spirit too. Buy it today (March 22, 2011) for a special bonus.

Father Serafim is a presbyter of the Eastern Orthodox Church, serving a parish in Seattle, Washington. He is a published author with Macmillan, Sybex and IDG. Ideas for his supernatural/fantasy novels are drawn from his travels in eastern Turkey and Siberia and his knowledge of ancient languages and cultures.

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