I was raised in the Christian Reformed Church. I’m definitely not JW, so I guess my seeming familiarity with it was due to my extensive research (browsing Wikipedia).
Lodi seemed like a good place for the Antichrist to be from (Stockton is too obvious). Glad you’re enjoying the books!
I hadn’t planned on it, but maybe some day. I’m working on several other projects right now.
I post on Facebook and Twitter quite frequently about the various books that I’m working on at any given moment, and since I’m usually working on about five at a time and I’m constantly dropping one project and picking up another, I imagine that I must be confusing the hell out of people who are actually trying to figure out what books they can expect to be coming out in the near future. So, for those who are interested, here’s […]
I post “political” stuff on Facebook and Twitter fairly often; somewhat less so on this blog. (I put “political” in quotes because I’m not terribly interested in politics, per se. What I’m interested in is matters of freedom, justice, peace and civility, and how these are aided or impeded by the actions of governments. This is why I rarely commented on the “horse race” aspect of this past election and why I continue to talk about these issues now that […]
Lately I’ve been reading Don Quixote. You know, that classic Spanish book that nobody has actually read? Surprisingly, it turns out that although the book is very long and wordy and I’m sure quite a bit is lost in translation, parts of it are absolutely delightful. Witness the following excerpt. At this point in the story, it is nighttime and Don Quixote is about to take leave of his squire Sancho Panza in order to investigate an ominous sound they […]
My book is better. Also, I haven’t read Good Omens.
I can’t explain everything. What’s the fun in that?
Probably not. But miracles do happen.