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Hot of the Presses …

My first article Shining a Light in the Darkness: Angels in Young Adult Literature appeared in Koinonia Magazine, a quarterly denominational magazine of the Anglican church. Thanks to Bishop Leo Michael and his wife Holly Michael for setting up the Maranatha Book Fest and asking me to turn this presentation into an article. Check out pages 26 – 27 courtesy Scribd:

What I’m Working on Now

Enemy At Home

FBI thriller about a girl who discovers her fiance is a terrorist and the FBI agent who goes on the run with her

As soon as the ring slides on her finger, Molly discovers her fiancé is more dangerous than she ever imagined.

  • Love Inspired Suspense requested the first 3 chapters and an extended synopsis
  • Working on finishing first draft for them, or whoever. :)

Subterra CollageSubTerra

A dystopian thriller set in an underground world in the not-too-distant future. Check out my recent blog posts for more info.

Naming My Characters in SubTerra

SubTerra Photo Collage

Naming My Characters in SubTerra, Part 2

Crossing Nexis (Nexis Secret #2)

  • Writing First Draft: Currently on Chapter 13
    Word count to date: 33,705
  • Polishing Synopsis:
    To submit to my editor once all series synopses are complete

The Nexis Conspiracy (Nexis Secret #3)

  • Writing Synopsis First Draft:
    Currently in plot notes stage

Next on the Agenda

The Nexis Crusade (Nexis Secret #4)

  • Research and shore up plot notes
  • Write synopsis

Award Winning Essay

Cinematic Theology and The Matrix

Written for the INRB (Intercollegiate National Religious Broadcasters) essay contest, “Cinematic Theology and ‘The Matrix'” is a 10,000 word essay focusing on how The Matrix film trilogy pulls theology from several different religions. This theology is then contrasted with the Judeo-Christian worldview for an informative and sometimes humorous perspective on religion and current issues.

One Act Play

Nothing To Do With You

Even though Julia just broke up with her boyfriend, she is still forced to play opposite him in their school’s production of William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet. This play within the play develops tension between Julia and her ex, while Julia’s friendship with another actor, Ray starts to progress.

Ray is a preacher’s kid who’s faith astounds Julia, especially when it holds up to a life- shattering test. Will Julia let her old life get in the way of finding faith for herself? This funny, but riveting play will have you guessing until the end.

For more info on one of these titles please post a request using the comment section.

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