Listen here, to my appearance on Steve Klamkin and the WPRO Saturday Morning News.... talking about my newest book, and the conclusion to The 13th Apostle trilogy, Thy Kingdom Come.
This Saturday, November 30th, tune in to Steve Klamkin and the WPRO Saturday Morning News... I will be on the air at 7:20 a.m., talking about my latest novel, Thy Kingdom Come, the conclusion to my trilogy.
Everyone knows WPRO’s Matt Allen as a sensational talkshow host and interviewer. This afternoon, I joined my former co-worker and friend on his podcast, Matt Allen Uncut, to talk about the launch of my latest novel, Thy Kingdom Come, the final installment in The 13th Apostle trilogy, as well as my other novel, The Vampire. The conversation was a total blast! I loved talking to Matt about the creative process and how my books come to be.
Join me Thursday morning, October 24th on WPRO's Matt Allen Uncut... I'll be talking about my novels, including the recent completion of my trilogy, The 13th Apostle, and my other fan favorite, The Vampire (set in Newport, RI).
The Matt Allen Uncut podcast is longform discussions between WPRO’s Matt Allen and fascinating people in RI and beyond.
Every author's favorite day.... book shipment day!
The Warwick Beacon newspaper (September 26, 2019). What a great headline... so perfect for this new book.
Join me tomorrow morning at 10 AM on WSBS radio with host Ron Carson, as I talk about my latest novel, Thy Kingdom Come, the final book of The 13th Apostle trilogy.
To listen, log in to WSBS.com or download the APP to your phone. www.rainasmith.com.
To purchase books, please visit https://www.amazon.com/Raina-Smith/e/B005LJFKTQ/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1
Thy Kingdom Come, the third and final installment of The 13th Apostle trilogy, is set in hell.
In Thy Kingdom Come, hell, however, is not a place of fire and brimstone as one might think. To the contrary, as The Kingdom Come’s main character Fallon discovers during her journey through the infernal regions, hell is a spectacularly scenic and picturesque realm where she unexpectedly stumbles upon ancient locations and meets people she’d only ever read about in history books.
Some of them, as you’d imagine, she could never anticipate coming face to face with, let alone speak with and have an opportunity to ask why they committed such grave sins while they were alive.
The photos here will help readers visualize what human hell is, as created in Thy Kingdom Come.