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Yes, I have another book to giveaway. I must say I love doing this. Giving away books. Giving away things. I’m a busy guy. Probably not as busy as some but busier than others. I have a lot going on … Continue reading
Over the next several weeks I’m going to periodically discuss different issues I deal with as a writer. Issues like: The pressure of sales numbers Dealing with negative reviews Writing about the supernatural Time management/fitting writing into a busy schedule The … Continue reading
I have this group called The Darlington Society. It’s an inner group of readers that I have a kind of special relationship with. I don’t want to take up a lot of space here but you can read all about … Continue reading
I’ve been gone for a while. Admittedly, I’ve been lost, wandering in the wilderness of indecision. This was due to a number of factors converging and culminating in a perfect storm of fatigue, burnout, and apathy. I’d had enough and … Continue reading
People change over time. They do. Whether they want to or not. Things happen in our life that cause us to look inward and re-evaluate our motives, our passions, they force us to see our own weaknesses or develop our … Continue reading
If you’ve seen the movie “The Perfect Storm” or read the book with the same title by Sebastian Junger you know the story surrounding the swordfish boat, the Andrea Gail. On October 28, 1991 two storm fronts converged with Hurricane … Continue reading
Last week I attended the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference along with a bunch of other faculty and over 230 attendees. I’ve been attending this conference now for five years and it’s always a great time. Three days of talking … Continue reading