Timothy C. Ward

Yes, My story starts in a brothel

Yes, My story starts in a brothel

Yes, I also went to seminary, and still love Jesus very much. So what happened? Am I trying to tempt people into lusting after prostitutes? Do I enjoy the look when people look up from the first page and think, “What kind of story is this?” The story is about a husband who has lost […]

A Day in the Life of Tim

A Day in the Life of Tim

It’s been a while since I’ve made time to blog here, but I’ve been very busy. Life has been filled with many blessings. I’m now a published author, if only self-published for now, as my short story, Cornhusker: Demon Gene is now on Kindle, but will eventually be in the Monsters! anthology by A Flame in […]

WIP Report for March 2013

In case you didn’t see the new weekly lineup, we’re trying to keep things fresh here at NAF. Another area of improvement is adding a little more personality to our monthly reports. We have some really exciting news this month, so read on and share your thoughts! Avily Jerome: Biggest encouragement is I’m doing a […]

Busy Writer Says Hi

Busy Writer Says Hi

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted here. Sorry about that. Consider it my way of nudging you to spend less time on the internet and more time reading fiction and writing. That’s all I’m doing, really… well, that and podcasting, and marathon watching Breaking Bad until I’m through Season Four and think no other show […]

Interview with Author and Cover Artist, Cory Clubb of Go Bold Designs

Interview with Author and Cover Artist, Cory Clubb of Go Bold Designs

I had this grandiose idea to interview some of the authors I met at Ted Dekker’s Ragged Edge conference a few years ago, and, well, Cory is really the only one I’ve kept in contact with. It’s a short interview, but here it is, complete with some of my favorite covers Cory has done. Cory’s […]

Spinning My Wheels into 2013

Spinning My Wheels into 2013

A couple different sources are motivating me through a tough time in my edits. I’m halfway through Draft 5, and have seen my weekly progress slip from almost 5% to 2%/per week over the past month. I’ve had doubts about whether I, an English/Philosophy/Theology student, should be writing Science Fiction. I paid for an edit, […]

Writing Science I Don’t Know

Writing Science I Don’t Know

The last week of editing has been as though I’m trudging backwards up a muddy hill with birds pooing on the back of my neck. How about you? Aside from being sick, I’m really hoping that the science I’m using in my book can stand on its own two feet. If it can’t, no amount […]