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The Nameless Man by L.M. Browning and Marianne Browning
Traveling through the Holy Land, eighteen strangers are forced to take refuge in Jerusalem during a militant attack. Kept in close quarters in an abandoned building, over the course of four days this group of strangers begin a dialogue, discussing love and evil, religion and god; finding amongst their number a mysterious nameless man who poses a revolutionary perspective on these age-old questions.
As a gift to those who have supported me throughout my endeavors, I am making The Nameless Man free on Amazon’s Kindle Store for a period of 48 hours. On May 19th and 20th you can download the Kindle Edition of The Nameless Man free of charge. Understanding that times are difficult for all of us right now; I wanted to find a way to give back to my readers. I hope you enjoy! Visit the Kindle Store here >>
About the author: L.M. Browning grew up in a small fishing village in Connecticut. A longtime student of religion, nature and philosophy these themes permeate her work. Browning is a award-winning author and naturalist artist. In 2010 she wrote a Pushcart Prize nominated contemplative poetry series: Oak Wise: Poetry Exploring an Ecological Faith, Ruminations at Twilight: Poetry Exploring the Sacred and The Barren Plain: Poetry Exploring the Reality of the Modern Wasteland. In late 2011 she celebrated the release of her first full-length novel: The Nameless Man, which was co-authored by Marianne Browning. Browning is a partner at Hiraeth Press—an independent publisher of ecological titles. She is an Associate Editor of the bi-annual e-publication, Written River: A Journal of Eco-Poetics as well as Founder and Executive Editor of The Wayfarer: A Journal of Contemplative Literature. In 2011 Browning opened Homebound Publications—an independent publisher of contemplative literature based in New England. Her next publication, Fleeting Moments of Fierce Clarity: Journal of a New England Poet, is due for release in December of 2012 [Hiraeth Press.]