Writing has been a life-long passion. My book of short stories about the nonviolent revolutions of 1989 - 'Sacred Are The Brave' has been re-written and updated, with a new forward and a new story added in 2019. My novel, 'Those Who Dwell Upon The Earth' is due out in September 2019.
How do you approach cover design?
I am certainly not a professional in this area. I look for what is striking to me, and go with that.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
I read and re-read the classics, which doesn't really answer the question. Favorite all time books are: The Brothers Karamazov; Anna Karenina; Great Expectations; For Whom the Bell Tolls; One Hundred Years of Solitude. But of course there are many others...
Adapted from the upcoming novel 'Those Who Dwell Upon The Earth', this work tells the story of a post-apocalyptic America and a small but dedicated Christian discipleship community committed to following the Gospel of Christ no matter what the outcome. This causes a great deal of trouble.
Ten of the most exciting life and death stories you'll ever read. The various characters come to life facing the tensions and struggles of political revolution. Tied together by historical fact, these stories range from the comic to the tragic. From bittersweet memories to abrupt and immediate action in the face of overwhelming odd. Perfect for winter reading. Finely crafted.