BOOKS

The Shadow Lamp

Most people who read my novels or who frequent my blog know my affinity for the legendary Stephen R. Lawhead, whose works are truly—legendary. Thank you, Jack Black. So when the opportunity arose to review The Shadow Lamp, the fourth offering in his Bright Empires series, I simply had to Read more…

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TSR Fan Art

This permanent page is dedicated to all the amazing artists out there who love Aria-Prime as much as I do. These are their works, representational of their dreams of the far-off world above the cloud-floor. If you’re an artist and have an image you’d like to submit, please email it Read more…

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Work At Being Creative

I love Christians who make me think. Granted, I love secular thinkers too. But Christians have the unique attribute that they are connected with the Holy Spirit Himself. Or at least, they should be. And as such, they should be producing the most brilliant stuff. In the last few years, Read more…

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Kindle: The Skeleton Project

When you work closely with someone, you sometimes take for granted that they have other ideas besides the ones you’re developing together. Oh. Wayne Thomas Batson writes other incredible stuff besides The Berinfell Prophecies. So I get this info in an email late last night: If you’re a Wayne Thomas Read more…

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Reinvention by Fire

I’m more than halfway through Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs on audio CD. My mom gave it to me for Christmas and I’m just now getting to it. I always had a lot of respect for Steve, but I had no idea just how diverse, full, liberal, adventurous, ironic, Read more…

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The Bone House

A CSFF BOOK REVIEW: I received a free ebook of The Bone House from the publisher for review through the Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy Blog Tour. Yes, I would love to have the hardback edition (and will most likely buy it), but I’m doing 100% of my reading on my iPad Read more…

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Waving Goodbye

Are you waving goodby to the publishing industry as we know it yet? If you aren’t, just try flopping your hand around so you don’t look ignorant (but maybe slightly dysfunctional). Last night I posted a progress report on my self-publishing journey thus far with CreateSpace. Writing it all out Read more…