Audiobook Giveaway for Christian Fiction Series

Want to win free copies of my Christian fiction series, The End Times Saga in my audiobook giveaway? I’m giving away 10 free coupons of each novel to download the audiobooks from Audible. The contest is open from March 23 to April 11. I’m giving away the first four novels plus the short story, Jon Ryan. Just sign-up to win using the rafflecopter widget at the bottom of this post. In Times of Turmoil, the first novel in The End Times Saga, we follow how the Evans family gained their riches and eventually their power to influence events in the United States. We see important events that the Evans family … Continue reading

Upcoming fifth novel in The End Times Saga

Currently, I’m writing the fifth novel in The End Times Saga, called “Times of Destruction.” Based on how many words I’ve written with the others, I’d say I’m about halfway through. It’ll be based mostly in the first three and a half years of Tribulation period right after the rapture, and I plan on writing a novel based on the last three and half years of the Tribulation a couple months from now. I’m even thinking of the possibility of writing a novel in the Millenial period and maybe writing another one about the Great White Throne Judgment, but I’m not sure at this point. My church’s pastor has been … Continue reading

New Releases – Jon Ryan and Xavier Doolittle: An End Times Short Story

New release to Kindle, Jon Ryan: An End Times Short Story, only $.99 and if you're a Prime Member, it's free to borrow. This short is about a minor character from Times of Trouble, who also briefly interacts with the White family from Times of Trial, 6 chapters, is 27 pages, and has a little more than 8300 words. If anyone would like to review it, I can send an epub, kindle, or pdf copy, just email me at cliffball_2000@yahoo.com.   Summary: Jon Ryan dreamed of becoming a doctor his entire life. Before he graduates from medical school, the government takes over healthcare, making him wary about the profession he's … Continue reading

Times of Turmoil released to Nook, Kobo, Apple, and Smashwords

Times of Turmoil is now also available to buy on ‪Nook, Kobo,  iTunes, my own webstore, ‬and ‪Smashwords ‬. When I published it in April, I put it into Amazon's KDP Select so I could get some momentum going with it. I might've stayed in it, if I had more borrows, but I had 12 for it, and I managed to get 2286 downloads from the 5 free days. The other novel I have in Select, Beyond the New Frontier, has done worse, having half of the downloads that Times of Turmoil has since October of last year, probably because people aren't all that into mixing genres like alternate history, … Continue reading

New Book Release: Times of Turmoil

In this prequel to Times of Trouble, we follow how the Evans family gained their riches and eventually their power to influence events in the United States. We see important events that the Evans family gets themselves involved in: such as the return of the Israelites to Israel, the assassination of President Kennedy, the terrorism of 9/11, and eventually events that lead to gun control and other types of government tyranny in the United States. The novel also follows the Atwood family, starting with the Great-Grandfather of Brian, Charles, as he fights in World War Two and ends up helping liberate Buchenwald shortly near the end of the war. Charles … Continue reading
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Government Tyranny and my End Times novels

In Times of Trouble and Times of Trial, I have the Department of Homeland Security having road-side checkpoints that the Transportation Security Administration administers to prevent Americans from just going wherever they want. I was sent a couple of links recently to articles about new checkpoints being set-up alongside roads across the country, and these articles are nearly a year old, written about the same time I was writing both novels. While I was thinking I was making stuff up when I was writing, since I just projected what might eventually happen with the TSA, since I can’t imagine the government being satisfied with just harassing Americans at airports, the … Continue reading
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Works in Progress….

As I’m currently working on the prequel to Times of Trouble, which is taking me a whole lot longer to write than anticipated because of having to replace a computer part, causing me to re-install Windows 7, with everything else on my computer, then not having an updated version of Word, since it was at my brothers’ house (who is my IT guy), and finding out that I’m doing more research than I had originally anticipated, I had an idea pop into my head as I was watching the “Gospel Music Showcase” on Daystar (I enjoy Southern Gospel) the other day.  It’s an idea that I have no idea if … Continue reading
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Potential novels, sequels, & other scribblings

When I started writing and publishing my works, I never thought I would publish more than maybe two novels. Well, now I’m up to eight novels, and setting to write my ninth. My goal this year was to write and publish at least two novels, and I did that, with three. I also thought I’d never write sequels or a series of novels in the same universe, but I have. I’m sure some wonder if I’m going to have any sequels to some of my older novels, and I’ve been asked, but right now, I don’t know. Here’s an update on my current novels and future works. Out of Time … Continue reading

Book Review from Christian Book Review

I received another book review, this one from Christian Book Review. They gave it 5 stars on Amazon, which is the non-spoiler version: Times of Trouble novel’s backdrop is on the End Times and all the other events leading to it. It is like a true story as most of the character sketches, circumstances, and plots are familiar and possible to happen in real life. Honestly, this is the very first Christian fiction novel I have read and reviewed and I appreciate Cliff Ball’s heart to keep on stressing and repeating the importance of God, Bible, prayer, salvation, church, fellowship, close family ties, purity before marriage, and honesty about the … Continue reading

Reader Reviews for Times of Trouble

Here are the reviews of Times of Trouble that I have received so far, and is available on Amazon, B&N, Smashwords. Please feel free to share this with everyone. LaTawnia Kintz on her blog Though I found the book easy to read, I thought it could have used some more fleshing out. It’s a short book that can be easily read in a couple of hours. Cliff Ball has a writing style that works for him in writing first person point of view. That’s not an easy way to write. But, I would have liked to have seen more detail, filling in of spaces. Now the great thing about the … Continue reading