Review: “Coventry 2091” by Peter Kazmaier

Coventry 2091 (The Coventry Chronicles Book 1) by Peter Kazmaier. Word Alive Press. 256 pages. This is the fourth book I have reviewed from a thread on Goodreads that deals with authors of Christian speculative fiction and their books. It’s a pleasure for me to read other people’s work and to share in their victories … More Review: “Coventry 2091” by Peter Kazmaier

Review: “A Weight of Reckoning” by C.S. Wachter

A Weight of Reckoning: Sequel to the Seven Words by C.S. Wachter. Shadowfall Publishing. 402 pages. As I’ve mentioned several times before in this blog, I’m a member of a thread on Goodreads where authors of Christian Speculative Fiction share their work with each other. In addition to getting other professionals to read my work … More Review: “A Weight of Reckoning” by C.S. Wachter

The Clock Is Ticking…

Just a quick reminder that if you haven’t picked up your ebook copy of either Soul Survivor (Book 1 of my new Heretics series) or The Serpent and the Dove (Book 2, which just came out Monday), time’s a wastin’. They’re being offered on Amazon at the low, low price of 99 cents each this … More The Clock Is Ticking…

Just One More

Well, I’ve been here before, but it still feels good. I’ve written twenty chapters on my current writing project, “The Serpent and the Dove,” and I have just one more chapter to write. That will signal the end of the first draft of this book. Yay. There’s always mixed feelings at this point in writing. … More Just One More

How to Write about Miracles in Christian Novels

Those who write stories for a living–and those who have studied storywriting–have long been steered away from the contrivance of deus ex machina, the “god from the machine,” that is described by the Oxford Dictionary as: “an unexpected power or event saving a seemingly hopeless situation, especially as a contrived plot device in a play … More How to Write about Miracles in Christian Novels