Having a form of godliness, but denying its power. Have nothing to do with such people. (2 Timothy 3:15 NIV) Back when I was working on my doctoral dissertation, I learned never to tell people what it was about. As soon as I told them I was writing about commodification of the World Wide Web, … More So….Why Witchcraft?
As I keep working on The Key of Solomon, the sequel to Salome’s Charger, due for release at Christmas, I’m eager to share it with you. Here’s a snippet to give you a chance to see a little bit of what it’s about: A cold northern wind had picked up and the light rain that … More Sneak Peek 2: “The Key of Solomon”
Hey Gang: I’ve been pretty mum lately, but that’s just because I’ve been hard at work on my latest book. It’s called The Key of Solomon, and it’s the sequel to Salome’s Charger, the Christian suspense novel that Celeste Walker and I had an opportunity to work on back in 2015. This one sends Dr. … More Sneak Peek: “The Key of Solomon”
Tomorrow marks the twentieth time I will have sat through colloquium at Southwestern Adventist University. For those of you who don’t know, colloquium are the meetings that mark the beginning of another school year for the faculty of our university. Last night was our opening “banquet” (hot dogs and beans at the local ballpark), tomorrow … More Colloquium X 20 and My Latest Project
In all the recent focus on getting The Key of Solomon started, I almost forgot to tell you about a giveaway for Salome’s Charger happening on Goodreads. In case you didn’t know, Salome’s Charger is the prequel to The Key of Solomon, co-authored by top-notch writer Celeste perrino Walker, and she’s the one giving away … More Heads Up: It’s Giveaway Time
Just a heads up to let you know that the giveaway on Goodreads for two free autographed copies of Salome’s Charger ends tomorrow. If you want to be part of this, you need to hobble on over there ASAP and get your name in the drawing… And just in case you’re wondering, it looks like … More Last Chance…Yes? No? Maybe?
Sometimes the words fall easily from the keyboard and you find yourself serving as some sort of transcriptionist for the angels. It would be nice if every book was written that way. Most of the time it is the other way. You get out the hammer, the chisel, the tongs. You break a nail. You … More And…We’re Rolling…With a Grunt and a Groan