I spent the weekend at my son’s place in Galveston, where among other things, we viewed and discussed his continuing battle to put the final touches on The Price of a Free Lunch, the 11-minute film we did based on one of my short stories this year. Like all of our projects, it was heavily … More Do. Or Do Not. There Is No Try.
I was flattered to get an interview on another writer’s site. Christine Henderson was gracious enough to feature me and my books on her site today. You can find it here.
Before the launch of Salome’s Charger on Sept. 1, fellow author Céleste and I decided it would be a good idea to introduce the two main characters in our story. Stephanie Sloane is the proprietor of Spero, an antique store in downtown Dallas. Ezra Huddleston is investigative reporter for the Dallas Daily. GR: Maybe I … More Meet Ezra Huddleston and Stevie Sloane
My recent interview by Celeste perrino Walker–and my subsequent interview of her–started something very positive. Celeste used the term “indie Christian” to refer to a new type of Christian novel that is just beginning. I hope to help promote all promising indie authors, but especially those who are writing along Christian themes. Here is my … More Crooked Lines: An Interview with Author Holly Michael
Instead of spending the usual time talking to you about my writing experience, I thought this was a good opportunity to share words from a colleague. I have known Celeste perrino Walker professionally for about 25 years (has it been that long?), and during that time I have constantly been impressed not only by the … More The Shaking: An Interview with Celeste perrino Walker, Author