Miscellaneous

Last of the Nephilim – Connections

Last of the Nephilim is my wife’s favorite of the 12-book story world, most likely because it probes so deeply into the Angel character and her decisions. Set in Second Eden, the story provides a parallel to the original Eden,… Read More ›

Enoch’s Ghost – A Story that Required a Lot of Change

Debuting in 2007, Enoch’s Ghost took a long time to incubate.  To learn why, go to this link – http://www.theauthorschair.com/shopping/DimeTwoPennies.pdf I have been told by many that, in this story, Walter’s visit to the Lake of Fire was one of… Read More ›

Tears of a Dragon – A New Beginning

Tears of a Dragon arrived during the second half of 2005. While I was writing the story, the back story kept growing in my mind. Soon, it became bigger and more interesting than the main story. I knew I would… Read More ›

Circles of Seven – Contentment

When I began writing Circles of Seven, I didn’t know where the story would go, only that most of the adventures would take place in England. To conduct research, I traveled to England and visited several King Arthur sites, including… Read More ›

The Candlestone – The Story Continues

My contract with AMG Publishers for Dragons in our Midst included four books, and I provided the titles for use in the contract, though I didn’t know what all the stories would be about. A candlestone was heavily involved in… Read More ›

Raising Dragons Anniversary – 15 Years of Dragons in our Midst

In June of 2004, AMG Publishers produced Raising Dragons, the first book in the Dragons in our Midst series. At the time, faith-based fantasy in the Christian market was rare, perhaps even non-existent. We all know about the Chronicles of… Read More ›

Are Dragons Evil?

And the great dragon was thrown down, the serpent of old who is called the devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him. (Revelation 12:9)… Read More ›

A Fluorescent Idea

As an author, I love words and the images they conjure. A while back, I spent some time replacing old light bulbs with the new energy-saving fluorescent type. They look really cool. You know how a light bulb turns on… Read More ›

I am a Turner-Offer

I have decided to accept my station in life, as well as the fact that others are born for a different task. I am a turner-offer. As I walk through my house, I often find many lights turned on with no… Read More ›