Literary Fiction: SEASON of the FLAME, ARTHUR, REDEMPTION
by Betsy Scott Fitzmeyer
SEASON of the FLAME cronicles the triumphs and tragedies of the strong willed Jannine Howard and the two great loves of her life. One is Michael Cameron with whom she shares her childhood, until the advent of World War II separates them. By the time they cross paths again, she is about to marry Douglass Hartford, grandson of the aristocratic Idabelle Crawthers, who disinherites her son when he marries Rebekah Gould, daughter of a prominent member of local Jewish society. Into all of the lives he touches is a man called Marsh, an inveterate light bearer and disciple of the Great I Am who instills in them the eternal hope of The Season of the Flame.
After nearly 10 years of research and study, beginning with Arthurian History at Oxford University, UK, and continuing for various credited Arthurian projects at George Mason University, I offer my perspective of arguably the most famous defending warrior in the annals of recorded history in my novel, ARTHUR.
REDEMPTION is the story of a good man tempted by evil on Holy Thursday in Jerusalem. Shannon Lawrence is a moderately successful writer and producer who becomes very successful due to a careless promise made to an evil stranger. It is a thrilling story, fraught with mysterious avenues, angels, and a ghost.