Monthly Archives: November 2006

Into Seclusion!

My friend, Sasha, is flying to Switzerland next Friday, and she wants to take my sequel with her to “grade.” (Sasha is one of my readers who reads my second drafts and critiques them for me.) That gives me about … Continue reading

Posted in Thoughts & Musings

A Prophecy Forgotten’s Debut Pushed Back to January

I just found out that A Prophecy Forgotten’s publication date has been pushed back from December to January. All though I was disappointed at first, I have to keep reminding myself that God’s timing is perfect and mine is not. … Continue reading

Posted in Books, News & Events, The Elysian Chronicles

November 17, 2006 Daily-ish Readings

Readings: II Samuel 8-9, Psalm 137, I Corinthians 4II Samuel: The calm before the storm. David is doing so well, and God is giving him victory wherever he goes. I so do not want to read my next reading, which … Continue reading

Posted in On Philosophy & Religion

I am Sam

I Corinthians 4:1-2: “So then, men ought to regard us as servants of Christ and as those entrusted with the secret things of God. Now it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful.” One … Continue reading

Posted in On Philosophy & Religion, Thoughts & Musings

Launch the Grenades!

I have many methods of solving problems. My favorite method to talk about (but my least favorite to use) is what I call the “grenade solution.” When you’ve got a problem that you simply can’t solve without rebuilding the entire … Continue reading

Posted in Thoughts & Musings

November 16, 2006 Daily-ish Readings

Readings: II Samuel 6-7, Psalm 136, I Corinthians 3II Samuel: Wow! I can only stand in awe of this one. In II Samuel 7, David wants to build a house for the Ark of the Covenant–for the spirit of God. … Continue reading

Posted in On Philosophy & Religion

Florida Writers Association Conference

I just returned from the Florida Writers Association annual writer’s conference at Disney World where I gave a presentation on The Three Rules of Great Writing: Use Strong Verbs, Eliminate Passive Voice, and Show, Don’t Tell. My audience really responded … Continue reading

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