Covington Who's Who Selects Author Kelly Warman-Stallings of New Book, 'Who's ? Right'

Top Quote In her new book 'Who's ? Right: Mankind, Religions & The End Times', published by AuthorHouse, Warman-Stallings details her findings. End Quote
  • Jefferson City, MO (1888PressRelease) October 05, 2012 - Discovering the start of human existence has been at the center of many anthropological studies. This is also where author Kelly Warman-Stallings began her personal study into human origins.

    "Understanding mankind is composed of first learning the existence of mankind's beginnings," Warman-Stallings explained, "and from there we may learn where the final destination of existence ends."

    In her new book 'Who's ? Right: Mankind, Religions & The End Times', published by AuthorHouse, Warman-Stallings details her findings.

    In Who's ? Right', Warman-Stallings delivers a book "about the pros and cons of mankind's beginnings, the various histories and traditions of the practicing religions around the world, and the ultimate scenarios of a 'predicted' human extinction." A multi-disciplined writer and practicing historian, Warman-Stallings brings a storyteller's flair and a researcher's eye to the dense subject matter, allowing readers to form their own conclusions.

    "Through much research," she notes, "I have expanded on the theories of an 'end of the world' scenario by letting the reader assimilate many of their own conclusions, including: where mankind came from; how history has played a major role in shaping our modern world; and, expounded upon the prophets and what they predicted for the 'end of the world'. Many quotes, charts, and other literature relevant to the book's overall theme have been included as well."

    Noting the complexity of navigating the often conflicting concepts of the world's religions, Warman-Stallings views her research as a means of establishing the true foundation of human existence and, as a result, a practical understanding of where human society is headed.

    "I would like for the reader to take away a better understanding of where mankind has been, where mankind is at present, and where mankind's destiny could possibly come to an end."

    About the Author
    Kelly Warman-Stallings is a self-described literary multi-tasker. She is a local historian of the mid-Missouri area and has written and directed various public events, all while maintaining her wry wit, optimistic outlook and, most important of all, her religious faith and deep sense of spirituality.

    Over the past twenty years she has written and published four books all dealing with local history and family genealogies. She credits her love of writing to her mother, who is a notable historian in her own right and a great inspiration to her daughter. In addition to her writing, she has directed plays and skits, and choreographed music talent shows. She was editor of a business-based newsletter in Jefferson City for six years. She is also a singer and songwriter.

    Warman-Stallings currently lives in central Missouri. She has three children and six grandchildren.

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