Three unsophisticated teens from a sleepy town are oblivious to evil forces that will ultimately propel them into a life and death battle - The Battle for Poplar Grove Cort Davis fights demons in his nightmares until they begin to escape and cause havoc with him, his brother and a girl next door. Cort doesn't realized he's been commissioned to wage war with powers he kws thing about, so when a 14-foot-tall angel appears, Cort and his companions are dragged into a realm they did t even kw existed.
Ronn Hague was born in Poplarville, MS. The son of a Baptist minister, Hague came to salvation at an early age. As a teen, Hague strayed from his faith and became a typical rebellious teen. While serving in the Navy, Hague made an about face and set his sights toward serving his Lord. It was not long afterward that Hague became the music and youth director at First Baptist Church, Bay St. Louis, MS. In August 1970, Hague and his youth group had an encounter with two witnesses of the Asbury Revival while on a church youth retreat at Seashore Methodist Campground in Biloxi, MS. The encounter produced revival, both in Hague and the youth of the church. What followed can only be described as miraculous as the tiny church saw more than 1,000 professions of faith as the result of personal witnessing, youth revivals and retreats, and the revival fires that shook the church for more than a year. Since that time, Hague has been involved in evangelistic and teaching ministries and in a number of churches throughout the south, giving him insight into youth and their interest in the supernatural. Hague is currently the Digital Media Coordinator and Museum Director at Pearl River Community College in Poplarville, MS. He also teaches a class in television and film production and has written and directed more than 30 health-awareness films for K-12 schools produced by the college's Department of Nursing Education, Office of Public Relations, and Television and Film Productions. In his spare time, Hague is an author and composes and arranges music for choir, student films, personal productions, and Healthy People Now! Productions. Hague is a contributing author for the The Mississippi Public Community and Junior College Story, 1972-2002 (published by The University Press of Mississippi). Hague is currently working on the second novel in the series, the Warriors in The Secret of Skull Cave in which the warriors come to the aid of Mandy's cousin in a neighboring town. Hague also wrote the recently published novel titled The Least of These about a pastor and his family during the racial tensions of 1960s Mississippi.