Tag Archive | Beyond the Charts

Finally, my brethren,

Today is the close of the contest that has been running for the past two weeks on the review and interview for Tales of the Dim Knight and that will be officially over at midnight Eastern tonight. I’ll announce a winner as soon as I can be sure of one. Don’t forget to e-mail me […]

NAF conducts Superhero interviews! – with contest!

Welcome to the middle of an isolated FBI warehouse. This is New Author Fellowship blog’s interviewer David James as I sit here waiting for two of Seattle’s newest superheroes to show up and be interviewed. This is the only location they both could agree on, and the FBI has assured us that there will be […]

Book Review of Tales of the Dim Knight – with contest!

Today I will be reviewing Adam and Andrea Graham’s book Tales of the Dim Knight. Adam Graham is a multi-talented author known for his wit and poignancy. His political column appears on Pajamasmedia.com and Renew America. He also has short stories published in the anthology Light at the Edge of Darkness, and in the Laser […]

Who are you doing this for?

When we go about to write a novel we have a lot of questions that we need to ask ourselves. We should know what we want to write about, what situations will occur in the story and where we want the story to be set. All of these are essential for good story telling. We […]

My own ongoing journey through The Wheel of Time series….

I remember when I first saw The Wheel of Time books by Robert Jordan. It was about ten years ago when The Path Of Daggers had already come out in paperback. I have no idea how I had missed this series, but I remember looking at this turnstile in this grocery store and seeing all […]

At a crossroads…..

I’m rather at a crossroads with writing at this stage in my work. Something that had been building up within me and kept me going to this point for about a decade and a half has been this great big epic multi-book story about “vampires” and illustrating Christ through the overall story arc – and […]

My first video blog

Hi, here’s my first video blog. Sorry for the way the natural lighting dims near the end, and when the artificial lighting just goes out on me for a second there.

Eric Wilson – defeated? The ramifications and what we should do.

Last Friday author Eric Wilson created a flurry of responses on his Facebook Wall and spawned at least two blog entries about it that I am aware of (not including this one) because of a blog entry he put on his site. According to Mike Duran, in an entry he put here, he confirmed what […]