Why do I write? Now, I write, not to be the best selling author or to establish a legacy that lives on after I’m gone to be with God. I write because God gave me that gift and it is a way to thank him and serve him.
Thought I’d confess. Sunday was not a great day for my March Madness Bracket. Three of the four NCAA Division I teams I had picked for the Final Four didn’t even make it to the Sweet Sixteen or Elite Eight, so they’re definitely not Final Four teams. Now, if that […]
I am mad about March Madness. In case you live under a rock or on Satan’s Island, March madness is a field of 64 NCAA Men’s Basketball teams competing in a must win tournament. Round 1 starts today, March 15, 2018. I watch as many games as I can and […]
As a member of the Southwestern Indiana Writers Guild, I was able to read from my latest work. Fifteen authors participated at the StaC Art Gallery in Evansville, Indiana, Tuesday, March 13. I have pieced together from snaps a tiny glimpse of my part where I read from Chapter 1 […]
On March 13th, as a new member of the local Writers’ Guild, I will be reading from my newest novel, On Satan’s Island. If you live in the area, come join us. There will be several authors doing readings and the art gallery is a unique and special place to visit. […]
Do not fear. I haven’t been blogging lately because of the zombie apocalypse or anything as dramatic. I and my darling wife have been packing and moving. I have been Tweeting much lately, though. One of the tweets was answering a question about who would most likely survive the zombie […]
I am trying to follow a monthly Tweet plan with other authors through #AuthorConfessions. I do it to give readers a glimpse into my personality, my ideals, and some of the struggles and joys of this writer. I think it also builds a stronger bond with other authors as well. […]
For Valentines Day, I have decided with Valarie Kaur’s permission to treat you to something very good. This is TEDTalks presentation that touched my heart and speaks to my belief for exhibiting the power of a fulfilled life. The Revolutionary Love Valarie Kaur speaks about must come from grassroots America. […]
I literally shy away from answering the question “what is your favorite” believing that my taste is so eclectic that choosing is hard. There may be some deep, dark psychological rationale why I cannot claim a favorite song, book, food, etc. I’m standing firm on the eclectic excuse for now. […]
Here’s a little secret about my next novel, On Satan’s Island. The heroine, Bobbi Woods wears no clothes or covering. But even though she is naked, she is often shrouded by mystery because she possesses uncanny strength, courage, instincts, and faith. Bobbi’s physical appearance causes our other main characters, who are […]
How about writing an original poem to your sweetheart?