Doxology: Brian Holers’s Debut Novel

Doxology, the debut novel from author Brian Holers, is available in both paperback and digital format now! Fathers, sons and brothers reconnect over tragedy in this blue-collar Southern tale of love, loss and the healing power of community and family. Doxology examines an impossibly difficult...

Brian Holers


TGIF just got a whole lot sweeter! On Friday, hop on over to Brian Holers’s most recent blog post at: and find out how you can win a $100 Gift Certificate to Amazon and… wait for it… a brand new Kindle FIRE! That’s right, this is the biggie. Two lucky winners, two HUGE prizes! And all it takes is a comment—but not just any comment. There are rules—so check it out, read the post, and enter to win!

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  1. nylne says:

    The Kindle Fire is a great gift!

    • Karim says:

      Posted on I really enoeyjd this post today. I can see you put in a lot of effort and time into todays post. I will come back to learn more as you post tomorrow!

  2. Azure Boone says:

    Brian, maybe it’s me, but I can’t find the page that explains everything about the comments. Might want to double check your links are working, not sure. I’ll be back by later and share this. God speed. :)

  3. Kay Thiels' says:

    I feel so fortunate to have great relationships with my sons, my cousins. Also a great relationship with my dad I miss my dad. I feel blessed!

    • Tamaolemotu says:

      This is a great review Elena, it has been such a joy for me to read the reeivws and learn different things readers have taken from Doxology, in some cases messages I didn’t even know were there:) Thanks so much for your interest and for helping me get the message out about this book.

    • Mario says:

      I just have to tell you I LOVE YOU!!! You were the best on our wedding day! I look at these all the time and can’t wait to see the rest! I can’t wait to work with you again for our FAmily Photos!!!Lots of LoveHeather

  4. It took year to forgive my father, but we finally reconciled and for the last twenty-five years of his life, we became close friends and eventually business colleagues. My home is to reconcile the arranged relationship with my brother and it takes forgiveness on my part. I can’t do that with His help. With dad gone, I wonder how empty my life really is with the closeness of the rest of my family.

  5. Marilyn says:

    Like Leonard in Doxology, my father at 93 is in the process of leaving our family. He has always been the glue that holds us together and the wind beneath our wings. As he declines, the relationship between me and my brother has gone from bad to worse. I wish we could relate better. About a year ago, my brother had a second heart attack and I called him up, tolerating his abuse and just staying on the line talking because I really thought it was the last conversation we’d have. He’s still alive and even more negative/abusive than ever. We haven’t spoken since. Everytime I talk with my dad, he tells me he loves me. What will become of our family after he is gone? Through his fine writing, I think Brian was effective in conveying the kinds of dynamic generational shifts that take place in family relationships through births and deaths. It was fascinating for me to hear it told from a male perspective.

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