Monday, April 12, 2010


The ancient dovecotes in Israel fascinate me, so I asked my husband, author E. G. Lewis, to blog about them. Their story fits both his blog or mine, and he's the historian in the family. Hundreds, maybe thousands of birds were raised in each location…and underground, for goodness sake!

Being an economics major, Ed included statistics that I wouldn’t have considered. If your interests don’t include only birds, you might enjoy his blog which has a strong historical slant. To learn more about the dovecotes, click on his blog below:

Now for a shameless plug for his novel, Witness. You can view a video trailer and learn more about the books on his blog or at They are available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powell’s and most other internet booksellers, or can be ordered from any bookstore. Here are links to a couple of his books on Amazon, but be sure to read the blog. It's fun, free and fascinating.

WITNESS  This is a Christian novel set in first century Judea. It's historically and Biblically accurate, but the intriguing story-line never falters. If you wish, read portions of it at Amazon before buying. Click on the book's title and it will take you there.

PROMISES  This novel is commercial fiction with some sexual content. It's about a strong woman who overcomes adversities. Quirky characters make it a fun read. The book title is a Link.

Peace & Blessings to all of you who love birds and enjoy reading about them.

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