I wrote my dad’s memoirs a couple of years ago. Because we don’t live near each other, we spent time together at Christmas or Thanksgiving working on the book. I used a digital recorder and had a list of … Continue reading→
Sometimes life is just plain hard. Hard to understand. Hard to bear. Hard to believe.
It’s in those times, when I think there is no getting through, scrambling over, or finding my way around a situation that God speaks to … Continue reading→
So you’ve gotten to the end of your novel, and you check the number in the lower left-hand corner of your screen (if you’re working in MS Word), and yikes! What should have been a 90,000-word novel is now a … Continue reading→
With so many great places to set a book, how do authors go about selecting that perfect location that is not merely a backdrop to the plot but actually becomes an integral character?
For me, I go about this … Continue reading→
Most people know something about the Pony Express, but few realize it only operated from April 1860 through to November 1861. The first ride left St. Joseph, Missouri heading west, and from Sacramento, California heading east, on April 3rd, 1860.… Continue reading→