What is the greatest love story ever?
Marcy James leans against the railing of the terrace of her penthouse apartment. Her thoughts wonder from her decision to sleep in this Sunday morning which seems lazy to her, to whether she should have gone to church with her younger brother, Lee, whom she raises since their parents’ death, […]
I promised excerpts from my second novel which is soon to be published. Here is the second excerpt. The first was from Chapter 10. This one is from Chapter 3. Marcy James and Josh Crockett began a whirlwind romance in just a few days, then Josh had to leave, but […]
Through the Valley of the Shadow should be just weeks from publication. The following is from Chapter 10, “Help.”
A granddaughter posted to Facebook in all sincerity and with a good heart, a video which challenged an audience of white folks with this: If you would like to be treated like blacks in America are treated, please stand. Since no one stood, she reminded them that they obviously know […]
Racism came to the forefront last week due to the deaths of two black men and several police officers.As President Obama declared we need honest and peaceful dialogue to affect change.
A River Bend is patterned after the Gospel of John. Many of the characters are likened to characters in that Gospel. Samara Sychar, for example, is like the Samaritan woman. Josh Crockett has some similarities to Jesus Christ. In chapter four of A River Bend, Josh talks about worship with Samara […]
The following is an interview I did on a blog radio show, Recipe Records hosted by Lanea Stagg. In it, I talk about my early experiences at writing, my life, my faith, my novel, A River Bend and my future plans. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed […]
I am not going to pretend that I am happy all the time. I have those crazy, stressful and/or depressing days. But I can say, they don’t last. I have every right to be mad, sad and angry. I have experienced the loss of two wives – good women in […]
“I don’t know,” Xavier contemplates, “I think he’s just more of a colleague.” “I think he calls you friend, X,” Jordan comments. “We’ve done several projects together, of course,” Xavier agrees, “But they’ve been projects that he’s more passionate about than I’ve been. I was just doing him a solid.” […]