Tag Archive | James

Trail of Evidence

You’ve heard the old faith-related question, haven’t you? “If you were accused of being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict?” Showed up sometime in the 80’s. Morphed into a bumper sticker and a sermon topic. Don’t know if it ever became a bracelet. Haven’t seen the question around much lately. I could […]

Good People

Looking for images to add to this post, I went to I-stock and typed “good” in the search field. Paul, you’ll be happy to know this popped up on the first page: Who am I to argue?

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 […]

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 […]

Massive Books Ahead!

I find it interesting as I talk with various writers of fiction – published and unpublished – that opinions vary as to just how many words should go into a novel of any kind. And I’ve found that a lot of it seems to depend on opinions based on whether or not you’re a first […]

What to write when you don’t know what to write.

This morning I realized that I hadn’t prepared a blog entry for today. Then I slept some more. Now it’s the afternoon and I’m realizing that although I was wanting to put up an entry about my son’s birthday last week I still hadn’t transferred the pics from the camera to the computer for putting […]

Traffic Tips – or – Going backwards while thinking you’re going forwards – or – Pick a lane already!!

(Sort of in an Andy Rooney mood for this one) My dad has driven all over this country in one way or another for just about his entire life. As such, he’s seen traffic in just about every state and observed quirks that are true for some states and not true for others. But no […]

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 […]