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Jack Cavanaugh
San Diego, CA
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Steve, Not at present. The best you can do is order them individually online at Amazon or other stores, and then match the covers, since there have been two printings with different covers. The good news? I'm in contact with a publisher who wants to reissue them with new covers, including a picture that spans the spines so that they look great on a bookshelf. The bad news? The way publishers work, the set probably won't be out until sometime next year. Thanks for asking!
Grateful Reader -- Bless your heart. You made my day. Thank you for the kind words and being such a faithful reader.
Lola, bless you and all the readers who catch my typos! I appreciate your comments. I hope you're enjoying the American Family Portrait. Please give the ladies of your church my best.
Award-winning Christian Historical Fiction This is a favorite, for me and for my readers. It follows the life and death adventures of a German pastor, his youth group, and the disabled children of the Third Reich who were marked for death in Hitler's experimental gas chambers. Their story spans the rise of Hitler, World War II, and Communist East Germany behind the Berlin Wall. An epic story of courage, heroism and faith. Continue reading
Posted Aug 7, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
"If you cannot read all your books, at any rate handle, or, as it were, fondle them . . . " Continue reading
Posted Jun 18, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
*** This site is currently a work in progress. Check back soon for the premiere of Men Who Love Fiction! *** Continue reading
Posted May 22, 2012 at Men Who Love Fiction
FINANCIAL BANKRUPTCY usually comes as no surprise. It’s not the result of a single misstep, but a series of small rationalizations over time, poor spending habits, and bad decisions that build like snowflakes on a mountainside, resulting in a sudden, cataclysmic avalanche. The same can be said for moral bankruptcy. Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
There are two kinds of people in this world: those who take risks, and those who want the glory without the risk. Dream. Do. Don’t fantasize over spotlights you don’t deserve. Don’t be a dead lion kicker. Continue reading
Posted Apr 27, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
Where Do Novel Ideas Come From? USUALLY, BY THE TIME A NOVEL IS RELEASED the author has journeyed so far down a story path he’s forgotten the fork in the road that led him there. Until someone asks him. Such was the case for me the other day when a friend inquired about the origins of my latest supernatural suspense novel, Behold. Continue reading
Posted Apr 25, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
ANNE ASKEW KNEW when they handed her the book she was committing a criminal act simply by holding it. Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
Literary heroes. You’ve shared their adventures. Shared their pain. And even though in your heart of hearts you know they’re not real, they feel like friends. How does an author create flesh-and-blood characters? Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
There are laws for relationships. Like scientific laws, relationship laws are not made, but discovered. One such law was discovered during the race to the South Pole. Continue reading
Posted Apr 18, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
A FEW YEARS AGO I participated in a writing exercise with some friends, just for fun. Each of us was given the following outline with instructions to write a scene in our given genre. Mine was historical. Here's what we were given— Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
THE PURITANS HAS BEEN by far my bestselling novel. Although I wrote it nearly twenty years ago, I still remember the quote that proved to be the inspiration for the novel’s plot— Continue reading
Posted Apr 11, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
In the 1970s, journalist Malcolm Muggeridge was interviewing Anatoly Kuznetsov, a Russian writer who had defected to England from the USSR. Muggeridge surprised to hear that a spiritual revival was taking place in the Soviet Union. Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
Pauline, Thank you for the kind comments. They mean a lot to me. Here's hoping we share a lot of special occasions together! Blessings.
IF CHRISTIAN PUBLISHING has a patron saint, it is probably C.S. Lewis. To what does C.S. Lewis attribute his prodigious output of writing? Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
STORIES ARE SACRED. Storytelling is the most sacred of professions. Stories are what makes the soul healthy or ill, Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
Some years ago an ad appeared in the San Francisco Guardian. It read: Our lives are filled with emptiness, desperation, and misery. We want friends. We pay $9.99 an hour for friendship. Please tell us how pretty we look. Continue reading
Posted Apr 2, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
Heroines in Fiction - Sherri Wilson Johnson - There are many great heroines in fiction...too many to list here. But one thing is for sure: You’ve got to have a great heroine to make a story worth reading. Continue reading
Posted Mar 22, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
Glimpses of Truth ebook debuts on Kindle. Historical fiction by Jack Cavanaugh. Dedicated to the men and women who loved the Bible more than their lives. Continue reading
Posted Mar 16, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
Every so often a person comes along who alters the course of your life and you can honestly say, "Had I never met him, I wouldn't be who I am today." For me, Joseph Campbell was such a person. Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
Shawn Achor: The happy secret to better work Continue reading
Posted Feb 15, 2012 at Jack Cavanaugh's Books
Lisa, I share your feeling about bound books. I'm old school in that way, but for me there's nothing like the feel of a hard-bound book, trade paper like mine are a close second. That said, I have both a Kindle and Nook and love what they both can do, but it's apples and oranges when compared to bound books. Guess I'm just old school. So glad you have enjoyed the two series. Thanks for the kind comment about my writing. You made my day. Blessings.
Deana, excellent comment! Tebow's courage to be who he is prompted my post. But I hadn't put that with the bad press so many of the NFL players are generating. You're right. Would the owners and fans rather Tebow be acting more like them, or them acting more like him? Thanks for commenting!
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