Like This Try That

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I thought I would post a different type of blog this time. Did you ever watch (or watch again) a great movie and say to yourself “I wish there was another movie like that one?” For some great movies, I suggest a similar movie. Perhaps you’ve never seen my suggested […]

My Reason for Writing

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A few years ago, I was at a crossroads. I enjoyed writing, but what should I do with it? Should I continue writing novels and short stories and pass them around my family, or should I try to reach more people? I always wanted to publish a book and be […]

Fairy Tales for Adult Readers

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As my novel Kingdom Come is categorized as an adult fairy tale, I naturally read adult fantasies. There are the traditional swords and sorcery stories, offbeat fantasies, and then the ones like my novel, transporting fantasies. I’ve come across two adult fairy tales recently that I’ve enjoyed. The Book of Lost […]

An Unusual Threat to Utopias

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One of the themes of Kingdom Come is to examine what our culture takes for granted and look at it in a new light.  When someone gives their word in Kingdom, because they are often poor, it is the only way they can be trusted.  Your word, then, is your […]

Thank You for Purchasing!

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I wanted to thank everyone who has purchased my novel Kingdom Come.  It was on my publisher’s bestseller’s list on the third week in January.  The hardcover was #1 and the softbound was #3 on January 24.  I know many of the people who purchased are friends and family. I […]

What type of novel is Kingdom Come?

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I’m often asked, “What kind of novel is Kingdom Come?  Will I like it?  If it’s a fairy tale, is it for children?” Kingdom Come is officially classified as a new adult, high fantasy novel.  The target audience is men and women in their late teens and twenties and thirties […]

Kingdom Come Promise

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In 2018, my novel, Kingdom Come, was published, and it is now available for sale (see links below).  To celebrate the launch year, I will publish new content every month of the year — a short story or other media pertaining to the novel — on this site every second weekend.  You […]

Are Fairy Tales Relevant?

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And they lived happily ever after. What do those words call to mind?  If you said “fairy tales,” you would be in the vast majority of people.  At first blush, fairy tales are innocent, childhood stories meant to instill right and wrong virtues in children before bedtime.  More recent scrutinization […]

All the way from Kingdom

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Welcome to the blog celebrating genre stories of fantasy, horror, and adventure.  We are currently examining a parallel world known as Kingdom.  Click around the site to learn more about Kingdom, read about its inhabitants and its first exciting novel – Kingdom Come.