Saturday, March 19, 2016

On Tour: Saving Jesus by Ralph William Ausman

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Inside the Book:

Saving Jesus

Title: Saving Jesus Author: Ralph William Ausman Publisher: iUniverse Genre: Alternative History Format: Ebook/Paperback

The canvas of history provides a complex pattern of culture, change, and conflict. Colorful individuals were often the driving forces behind the progression of history. Was there a grander purpose behind these developments, beyond the individual people, locations, and events? History often turns on a simple thought or decision by those in a position to have a significant impact on the ultimate course for humankind. What influence did some of the most significant personages in human history unknowingly contribute on the world stage, even beyond their own individual stories and experiences? Was his story truly the driving force of history, the basic thread that ties the global human experience together? Author Ralph William Ausman's novel, Saving Jesus: Resurrecting John the Baptist takes us on a journey through history, from the Holy Land, to China, India, Greece, and ancient Persia. It follows the origins of religious thought as world empires play out across the globe in preparation for the defining moment in world history: the birth of Jesus and the subsequent emergence of Christianity that would define world growth and development for the next two thousand years. Ausman looks at such questions as what would have happened had the wise men followed Jesus and his family or if John the Baptist had become Jesus's first disciple. Saving Jesus: Resurrecting John the Baptist is not intended as a refutation of the Bible. Instead, it invites you to take an interesting-and different-look at the most important events and people of history.
Meet the Author:
Ralph William Ausman earned a degree in computer science from California State University, Northridge. He then lived and worked in Europe and Singapore with his wife and daughter before returning to the United States. Ausman has always had an interest in different religions and their effects on culture and history.

Tour Schedule

Monday, June 6 - Interviewed at Write and Take Flight
Wednesday, June 8 - Guest blogging at Carpe Librum
Thursday, June 9 - Guest blogging at Read Between the Ink
Friday, June 10 - Interviewed at The Review From Here
Tuesday, June 14 - Guest blogging at Feeling a Draft
Thursday, June 16 - Interviewed at Niume
Friday, June 17 - Guest blogging at Fiction to Fruition
Tuesday, June 21 - Interviewed at Literal Exposure
Wednesday, June 22 - Guest blogging at From Paperback to Leatherbound
Friday, June 24 - Interviewed at The Writer's Life
Monday, June 27 - Guest blogging at Voodoo Princess
Wednesday, June 29 - Interviewed at Book Marketing Buzz
Thursday, June 30 - Book featured at The Revolving Bookshelf
Monday, July 4 - Interviewed at Blogher
Tuesday, July 5 - Guest blogging at The Book Refuge
Wednesday, July 6 - Guest blogging at The Dark Phantom
Thursday, July 7 - Interviewed at As the Page Turns
Monday, July 11 - Guest blogging at The Zen Reader
Tuesday, July 12 - Guest blogging at Inkslinger's Opus
Wednesday, July 13 - Interviewed at Beyond the Books
Thursday, July 14 - Guest blogging at All Inclusive Retort
Monday, July 18 - Interviewed at Straight From the Author's Mouth
Tuesday, July 19 - Interviewed at Lover of Literature
Thursday, July 20 - Guest blogging at The Writer's Life
Friday, July 22 - Interviewed at PUYB Virtual Book Club
Monday, July 25 - Guest blogging at Bent Over Bookwords
Tuesday, July 26 - Interviewed at Breaking the Spine
Wednesday, July 27 - Guest blogging at Personovelty
Thursday, July 28 - Interviewed at I'm Shelf-ish
Friday, July 29 - Interviewed at The Zen Reader

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