Its rare that two of my passions collide, but we have this wonderful confluence of faith and football with Tebowmania. For those not familiar with the situation, Tim Tebow is the quarterback of the Denver Broncos, and a devout Christian. This isn’t all that unusual as many NFL players are
Monthly Archives: November 2011
There was recent article on the site www.thinkprogress.org discussing the results of a poll where 67% of Americans supported raising the minimum wage to $10 per hour. In this instance, and in the vernacular of occupy movements, I am the 33%. I don’t think raising the minimum wage works, and
As part of the research I’m doing on my ‘genre’ I thought it might be instructive to take a look at the new releases in Christian fiction. This research came from the American Christian Fiction Writers blog. There were 18 books on the new releases list, and 11 of the
I finished reading Soon (Underground Zealot Series #1) (full disclosure: affiliate link) by Jerry B. Jenkins who is one of my favorite authors from the the Left Behind series. What impressed me the most about his style is how he draws you into the characters. I found myself caring about
Well, it’s done. I wrote the words “The End” in Dream Chaser last night. Over the past several months as I’ve been working on this, I wondered how I would feel when I finally wrote those words. The answer surprised me. I thought I’d be on a high, excited and
This week’s challenge was to name your seven most hated companies from the provided list of 18. Some of the companies were Bank of America, Dish Network, JPMorgan Chase, AT&T Mobile, Facebook, American Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways, Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, Delta, Potomac Electric, and Pacific Electric & Gas.
This is my friend, Patrick’s little meme, Saturday Six. 1. You have the chance to learn either the date, the location or the method of your death: would you accept an envelope that would contain ONE of the answers to one of those questions if you couldn’t choose which question