Tag: book reviews
Does Originality Exist?
When I went to the doctor last week for a routine checkup, I told her about my recently published book, Through His Disciples’ Eyes.
After I described the book’s plot, she proceeded to tell me that it sounded like the Joshua Book Series and asked me if I’ve ever read it.
The “Joshua” what? Huh? No, I have not heard of it.
Self-Published Authors, Reviewers, and Book Readers, I Need Advice
Hello there friends.
I have a dilemma, and perhaps someone might have advice. Continue reading “Self-Published Authors, Reviewers, and Book Readers, I Need Advice”
There was this guy—a man who masked deep-seeded anguish by taking control of situations and wielding authority. He lived sixty years ago. The fellow was an evangelical who had it out for anyone he believed blasphemed the Bible. He made sure to set them straight about the “inerrant word of God.” Continue reading “Tobias”
My favorite books when I was a kid and into adulthood have always been fictional characters who stick in my mind long after I finished reading. This is why I love to create characters who are rich in . . . well, character! I hope readers get so familiar with the people they are reading about that they feel as if they are friends—feel for them when they screw up and wish they could give them advice. Continue reading “Character”