Love Demystified: Strategies for a Successful Love Life began in 1985 on my one-semester sabbatical because I wanted to present the scientific basis of loving relationships. There was an explosion of research articles on loving relationships in journals until 1975 when U.S. Senator William Proxmire gave a Golden Fleece Award to The National Science Foundation […]
I began writing this manuscript in 2010, and put it aside for a later date. Writing was something I did as a hobby to alleviate stress from working in the social service field…
A seminary graduate receives his own “Revelation” during a dream and he shares what he discovered in this new book, Jesus Reveals Revelation.
“Becoming Human, A Short Story Collection” is my first publication. It was written over five years, taken from mostly true experiences…save for a small handful I created out of thin air. There is a part of me that harbors some sardonic wit; never to offend, but it is right there. It’s part of my personality […]
I think I was an author beginning about age four but I never put anything down on paper until after retirement. I grew up in the country, which limited my number of friends and social activities. In fact, I only had one friend, Mickey. We were about the same age and our main difference was […]
I had retired to bed on the first evening of the weekend class, and was sharply awakened midway through the night by a voice. I was surprised because I am a heavy sleeper and because I was in the bedroom alone. The voice said…
From memoir to “biographical fiction,” how one author shaved a 1,000-page tomb down to an entertaining 318-page story…that wouldn’t attract the attention of government censors.
I live in the Netherlands where there is only one main airport. It is the third busiest in all of Europe. A friend of mine works as a passenger assistant there, and knows that I write screenplays. He approached me one day, around 2014, to tell me his story. He had become aware that some […]
Is it possible to engage issues of morality without descending into political squabbles? We are at a cultural turning point. If current trends continue, I fear that Christianity in the West will reduce to shrinking silos of subculture that will be unable to successfully engage the wider culture.
One summer day several years ago, two acquaintances stopped by my house to ask a favor. And, later, on dark nights, when stars illuminated my imagination, the idea glowed with possibility…