Tag Archives: Christian fiction

Should Your Hero be Perfect?

I wrote Stoned for His Faith, A Christian thriller about an American pastor who is stoned because Muslims do not like the book he wrote teaching Christians to witness to Muslims. This book is fiction. A reviewer wrote some kind words about … Continue reading

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Meet Biker Mike

I would like to introduce you to Mike Barlow, also known as Biker Mike. He is a new character in the Richard Tracy series. Mike is known as Biker Mike because he fits the stereotype of a biker. He stands … Continue reading

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4 Star Review

Pardon me for being delinquent, but I have been very  busy. I should have let everyone know when my latest novel came out. Stoned for His Faith has been published by Covenant books is now out on the market. Of course you can … Continue reading

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Launch Jitters

It may take an author several months or several years to write a manuscript of  book. I typically require 8 to 14 months to finish the manuscript for book. I may revise the manuscript up to 5 times to come … Continue reading

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New Thriller about to be Relased.

I recently received a proof copy of Stoned for His Faith. My proofreader and I both carefully checked it out. Covenant Books did a great job assembling, designing the book and cover, and printing it as a paperback. I am excited how … Continue reading

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New Book Coming

Stoned for His Faith, a Christian thriller is rushing toward its release date. The other day, I received a package of books. They are test copies of Stoned for His Faith. My proofreader and I will examine the book for problems such … Continue reading

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How I Develop a Heroine

Readers often ask how an author develops the heroine of his or her book. The temptation for a male author is to use his wife or girl friend as the heroine. I will admit that for my first book, Chased … Continue reading

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