Tag: Kindle

  • Gaspar Redux

    Earlier this week, a good man I know approached me in church and said, “I just finished your book Gaspar.  Great book for this time of year.”  Although the book begins in ancient India, the protagonist makes his way to ancient Ireland and concludes his lifelong quest for truth in ancient Judea during the Passover. …

  • A Kindle Discount

    We have a poll running in which I invite you to participate.  You can find it in the right sidebar. The last full week in September 2014, we will run one E.S. Kraay Kindle edition [Excluding the West Point trivia book and The Sixth Day, A 17-175-Word Novella About Creation and Prizefighting] at a 50%…

  • Gaspar on Kindle

      I am pleased to announce that Gaspar, Another Tale of the Christ is now available on Kindle.

  • Dogs in Books

    I love dogs.  I have three:  Caesar, a seven-year old American bulldog; Hans, an 11-year old mutt akin to a coyote; and Cooper, an aging 12-year old Icelandic sheepdog.  Big, medium, small … I love them all. In three of my five books, dogs play an important role.  In The Hamsa, Bronisław Czech meets the…

  • Courage

    As a young, Catholic boy, I was frequently exposed to Judaism by my dad’s best friend, Louie Green.  Louie inspired my interest and my deep respect for ‘things Jewish.’  My interest became intense in 2007 when I first saw the photograph “The Last Jew in Vinnitsa.”  The Olympian was still in the hands of an…