It’s six minutes long.
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Monday, July 3, 2017
This blog contains all sorts of stuff related to my books, but this infor- mation is scattered. Here is a guide to book-related material, which you can easily access by using the "Blog Archive" on the left-hand side of this page.
Flyer about all books: March, 2014
Excerpts:From Storm Approaching: March, 2010
From Gold and Glory: April, 2010
From Resolution: October, 2010
From And Gladly Teach: February, 2010 & March, 2011
Maps: July and September, 2010
Ordering Books: Amazon.com is the best way. A few are available from the author.
I hope you will read some of the essays. You might well start with “A Cautionary Tale” (about getting published): May, 2012
And for anyone interested in a gentle satire of the wonderful Agatha Christie’s Poirot series, my only piece of fanfiction, “The Adventure of the Surprising Ending,” can be read at:
Contact me: email@example.com
YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/GjlyGbBkTbc
Friday, February 17, 2017
“Of all modern phenomena, the most monstrous and ominous, the most manifestly rotting with disease, the most grimly prophetic of destruction, the most clearly and unmistakably inspired by evil spirits, the most instantly and awfully overshadowed by the wrath of heaven, the most near to madness and moral chaos, the most vivid with devilry and despair, is the practice of having to listen to loud music while eating a meal in a restaurant.”
By the way, if you’d like to read a good historically-based poem, read Chesterton’s “Lepanto”--a poem not without relevance to certain world conditions today. I wonder that it has not been set to music.)