Developing characters in stories can be a tough job. What would they say, how would they act, how they feel and relate to those around them. I love using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) in my approach and have used it for many of my characters, especially those whom I don't have an example for... Continue Reading →
Why Do You Write?
The first morning of the Iowa State Fair, I bounced into the Answers In Genesis booth with a brand new cup of joe, excited and full of life and energy ready as ever to take on any question that was asked of me from any atheist or unbeliever in the area. I was so pumped... Continue Reading →
Help With Writer’s Block
My wife knows how frustrating writer's block can be for me, especially when I carve out time to write specific parts of my various books. Without fail I sit down to write and blank pages come out as if the printer is out of ink. Here is a quote from Erica Eng on how to... Continue Reading →
What Is A Story?
In teaching Inductive Bible Study for years, and how to properly interpret the Holy Bible, the most fundamental important aspect of interpreting the scriptures is that everything was written by a real person, with real problems, with real goals, in a real place, at a real time in history. Have you ever gone to one... Continue Reading →