Tag Archive | tragedy

Irma is Not God’s Punishment

Irma is Not God’s Punishment

This happens every time a major disaster happens. Some crank — sometimes a more high-profile crank than others — claims that the disaster is God’s “punishment” for some perceived infraction on the part of whoever’s getting slammed at the moment. Pat Robertson once denounced my home city of Orlando because of Walt Disney World’s acceptance […]

The Real Reason I Stopped

The Real Reason I Stopped

I got an e-mail the other day asking if I had written the third book of Sagon’s story. The reader had read Forger of Dreams and the sequel Tempered in Flames years ago and was anxious to know how it all ends. I haven’t replied. Part of me doesn’t have the heart. Book three remains […]

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?

20 Questions on Hall of Masters

People have been circulating surveys and I wanted to play too! But I thought I would keep it short so picked 20 questions. Enjoy! 1. What’s your word count? 98,000 2. If you have finished, how long did it take you? Depends. This round I did roughly 6 months in initial draft and 2 years […]