Born in Washington, D.C., and raised in Arlington, Va., the author now lives in California with his wife, sons, and grandchildren.
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Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Not really, but I'm sure it was in school and was one of those "What did you do over the summer" type of things.
What do you read for pleasure?
Teen/Young Adult adventure stories! My wife started out as an elementary school librarian (she's now at a middle school) and I would often go and help her in the library, especially as a guest reader to the students. That's when I discovered that type of book was so much fun to read. Easier than "adult" books (just as much story and drama, etc., without all the unnecessary length.) Besides, I really enjoyed growing up. Unlike a lot of people, I suppose, my middle and high school years were a lot of fun. Reading stories involving people at that age takes me back to mine when I had many adventures of my own.
The Way of the Social Pentalogue is a personal or group study of the last five Commandments from a Reformed Theological perspective, with an emphasis not just on the negative "Thou Shalt Not" but on doing the positive intent of each Commandment - "Thou Shall" - in our daily moral and ethical lives.
Liam MacDonald has a rare gift and discovers there are others like him who intend to misuse theirs. He exposes their plot and must run to deny them their revenge. In time, others like him find him, and he becomes their chosen leader. To save them, Liam knows he must use his ability to take on his nemesis,regardless of the outcome.