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. […]
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?
I would love to confess that my real passion is to encourage or entertain people with my writing. But how truthful is that?
Do research on a possible non-fiction book about abundant living Post a tweet Review and schedule this blog post Create a book trailer for On Satan’s Island Tweak the final chapter (again) of On Satan’s Island Replace a section of siding on my house Clean litter boxes Call sons and see how […]
Shortly, I will be releasing another novel, On Satan’s Island. This time, the story will be a supernatural adventure story, not a romance or romance adventure. But like Through the Valley of the Shadow, the chapter titles are also song titles. The songs that they mirror will not be secular rock […]
” ‘I want more than happiness,” Marcy testifies, “I want joy and completeness,’” A River Bend, Page 178
Like all of the chapters in Through the Valley of the Shadow, Chapter Seventeen shares its title with the title of a song, “Only Wanna Be With You.”
The chapter titles in Through the Valley of the Shadow, a romance/adventure novel are also song titles. “Rescue Me,” Fontella Bass, 1965, not only shares the same title as the chapter, but possibly Marcy’s feelings at this moment in the novel.