Tag: religion

  • Catching Up

    It’s been a long time since I posted anything here. Not much has happened that is newsworthy, really. The biggest thing is that Amara’s Prayer has finally been released. I got my contributor copies a few days ago. It looks amazing. I’m pretty nervous about the reception it’ll receive, it being my first full-length novel without […]

  • Free Read: Sample Chapter of Amara’s Prayer

    Last week I posted the Prologue to my new novel, Amara’s Prayer, which will be released in August by Bad Moon Books. It will be available in trade paperback and e-book formats, plus a limited edition signed hardcover that will be available IF there are enough pre-orders for it. Time is running out very fast on […]

  • Amara’s Prayer Prologue

    My new novel, Amara’s Prayer, will be out next month in trade paperback and e-book. There is also a limited edition signed hardcover that will be available IF there are enough pre-orders for it. You can pre-order yours by clicking this link to Bad Moon Books. In an effort to pique your interest, I’m posting the […]

  • Pre-order Amara’s Prayer now

    I have waited a long, long time for this one. My novel Amara’s Prayer is currently up for pre-order at the Bad Moon Books’ site. Pre-orders are currently being taken for a very exclusive signed hardcover edition. The print run of this hardcover will be determined by the number of pre-orders taken. There will also be […]

  • Why horror?

    “Why do you write about ghosts and demons and werewolves and darkness?” This question comes up a lot. It’s been on my mind more than usual lately because of an incident at the school where a new teacher who was shown my classroom asked my daughter in front of her class if we worship the […]

  • The Deer Hunter

    My wife and I watched The Deer Hunter last night. Neither of us had seen it, though it’s been on my to-see list for a long, long time. There were several things that struck me as I watched this 1978 Academy Award-winner for best picture. Your comments on the following are welcome. Religion played a […]