Robert Mullin’s work is close to 500 pages long. It really fits the traditional, archetypal nature of the genre well.… Read More Storyhelix Review 010: Bid the Gods Arise
Sometimes, I wonder why people don’t see how good God really is…To say that God is good and good all the time is not a statement I make lightly.… Read More The Good Things God Does Don’t Always Seem Good
Check your privilege? Check your gratitude.… Read More Check Your Privilege
Yes, depression leaves a giant footprint in the molding of your heart.
But it does not define who I am, my character, or leave me completely hopeless.… Read More Depression Does Not Define You
Art is used to express a message, after all, and you can make that as happy or dreary or as mixed up as you’d like, so long as it matters. … Read More Le Menu por Moi, Part One
Here’s what I learned from training for a 5k that that helps me with my writing. … Read More What Running Taught Me about Writing
Of course, after five years of teaching, disappointment is just something you need to get used to. … Read More Get Used to Disappointment
In traditional, secular American culture, the Grim Reaper is a persistent figure. I’ve never really watched the Scream films…But I think it’s a perception of what people feel like death has to offer.… Read More The Good Shepherd & The Valley of Death
It was this desire to play with names, and how they define us, that helped bring about my latest protagonist, Rose, in my new book, Beauty’s Curse (Once Upon a Princess Book 1).… Read More What’s in a Name?
If there is one thing I’ve noticed, it’s how people have a strange way of seeing themselves. Even more strange, however, is how the media sees people. … Read More The Decent & The Indecent