Tag Archive | Marc Schooley

Review: Just Dumb Enough

Review: Just Dumb Enough

Some things are no brainers. Like plunking down $2.99 for Just Dumb Enough. That’s less than your average Starbucks drink seasonal drink, and this purchase won’t make you fat. Even splurging on the paperback won’t set you back much more than a fast food combo ($7.99) and has no trans fats. Did I mention the […]

Productive Patience

Productive Patience

A difficult concept I learned in weightlifting, which applies to writing, is the idea of mixing light days with heavy days in order to boost muscle growth. I remember one day telling my trainer that I had to work hard to lift light. He gave me a funny look because, even though it didn’t sound […]

Here We Come, Like it or Not

This week I was browsing along the net when I came across a link to Sarah Sawyer’s blog. The post was about the strong impact small presses are having on the Christian fiction industry. You can view it right here. I agree wholeheartedly, although some may think I’m biased. Well, aren’t we all? I shared […]

Alpha Redemption: Winner, Review, and Interview

The Winner (If you don’t know what all this Alpha Redemption stuff is about, read THIS and THIS.) In the last of our numerous posts to help promote NAF’s own PA Baines and the release of his book Alpha Redemption, it is time for us to give you a review and an interview. But not […]

A Thumbscrew Review: The Dark Man, by Marc Schooley

Today I am pleased to bring you a review of Marc Schooley’s psychological thriller, The Dark Man.  Published by soon-to-be powerhouse Marcher Lord Press, Schooley takes aim at a dystopia future in a way few have attempted in Christian literature.  While reminiscent of A Brave New World and 1984, it delivers all the action of […]