Hannah Heath is punny, sarcastic, nerdy, kind, and the author of incredible short fantasy stories. I've been blessed to get to know her through social media and Phoenix Fiction, and she's also one of the few authors whom I've had the pleasure to meet in person. Hannah amazing and has a beautiful short story, "Flames of … Continue reading Author Interview: Hannah Heath
As you can see from the bar to your right, Child of the Kaites will be published in five--I repeat, FIVE--days!! Starting Saturday (two days ago) and continuing on past release day, I have a lot of fun treats for you. All of these treats have been made possible by the indie author community. I don't … Continue reading CotK Interviews, Giveaways, and More!
Happy Monday! As a teacher and writer, I'm thrilled for it to be summer. I'm still teaching part-time, but fewer hours means I'm fully in get-Child-of-the-Kaites-ready-for-release mode. I always feel the need to qualify statements about the future, as I have no idea what the next minute even holds, but as of now Child of the … Continue reading The Lake of Living Water
Politics. A very touchy subject. Practically every person you meet has opinions about politics, and they all hold those opinions to be the absolute truth. Your political party defines you, to some extent… But should it? More and more, recently, my Facebook feed has been full of my friends commenting on politics. The thing that … Continue reading Of Presidents and Prayer
Here’s a little sketch from an idea I had in my Foundation of Christian Thought class. We’re talking about different worldviews, so I thought I’d try a little allegorical scene with some of the different ones. Those included here are Christian Theism, Pantheism, Agnosticism, Secular Humanism, and Atheistic Existentialism. _____________________ “Your usefulness is up. Doug, … Continue reading Worldviews Sketch