Dreams. The enemy of ordinary. Practical voices will tell you not to waste your time on dreams. Notice how the word waste subtly slips into negative advice. Wouldn’t a better word be to spend your … Read More
Friendship is love too.
Friendship The kind of love that goes anywhere. You can share it inside or outside of family. You can share it with that one person who thinks exactly like you do, or with the one … Read More
Peace amidst busy
Do you know that feeling of having too much going on in December? Who doesn’t? For me, it goes as far back as my teenage years. A vague feeling that Christmas was more hectic and … Read More
Young Readers Day
It’s Young Readers Day! May I inspire you?
A subtle hint from nature, and Dream of Kings review.
Golden leaves float down outside my window. Trees vibrant with new life only six months ago are now shedding their outward beauty to prepare for the next phase of life. A phase that looks stagnant on the surface–but is very much alive.
What do caves and my next book have in common?
This month’s newsletter:
• Caves and my next book
• A thrilling steampunk recommendation
• Free stuff
Terrible decisions. Or were they brilliant?
Decisions. We all face them, from trivial ones to life-changers. Deciding what to do in thorny situations, or even what to believe. Have you ever faced a decision that would cost you greatly? Or worse, … Read More
Whispers from the forest, plus summer reads.
Summer! Do you love it? The perfect opportunity to spread a blanket in the shade and relax with a book. Or maybe on the beach. Or in air-conditioned comfort after working all day. To my … Read More
Do you prefer stories to Easter eggs?
Spring has arrived in the north country! I love the new life bursting from the ground and budding from every branch. I love Easter. I love the deluge of birthdays in my family. Between the … Read More
If you change your past, is your past still true?
What if you took too long to solve a crime, and that delay cost lives? What if you could save them and bring a killer to justice? What if you found a way to jump back in time to fix just one thing? If you’ve read even one time-travel story, you know something is bound to go wrong. But what if the killer set his sights on your child?