Divine Providence

Divine Providence is the belief that God is the creator of heaven and earth, and that all that occurs in the universe takes place under Divine Providence - that is, under God's sovereign guidance and control. According to believers, God governs creation as a loving father, working all things for good. Romans 8:28 And we know… Continue reading Divine Providence

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The Twins of Embrellon – III

Chapter 3 Embrellon was unique. In all the worlds that Whitlaw had visited, he had never seen a world that had no seismic, tectonic, or volcanic activity. There were two continents, and several large islands, and the planet was eighty percent ocean. In the scans that his crew had completed, they found several pescoid species,… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – III

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Getting a thought into a storyline

When setting down to write your story, you should have an idea of where you want to go with it. Some stories, seem to write themselves, other stories takes planning, outlining, etc..., but all of them come from a thought. The thought doesn't usually take the form of a complete story, it begins as a… Continue reading Getting a thought into a storyline


My faith called into question.

I found out today that someone has called my faith into question. I am posting this in response to that belief. I found salvation at the age of 20 on April 1, 1984. I have live a repented life, I do write books that contain sorcery, magic, demons, wizards, angels, fallen angels, Nephilim, mythical creatures,… Continue reading My faith called into question.

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You have a story in mind, now how do you get it written? Part 1

I've shared my personal story, first story I developed, and the first book I published. My intent was to inspire anyone who is an aspiring writer, to write your book. It doesn't matter if it is a great story, good story, a biography, personal journey, poetry, or any other type of book. It is your… Continue reading You have a story in mind, now how do you get it written? Part 1