The two volumes of DAVID–The Illustrated Novel are helpful in discovering why God said David was a man after His own heart; and helpful in piecing together the chronological sequence of events in David’s life while connecting some of his Psalms with the major events in his life. This is virtually impossible to do merely by reading the Old Testament … [Read more...]
Michael just can't turn those creative juices off, here he is taking a little writing break to have some fun with pumpkins. Michael's interpretation of Washington Irving's gothic short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" just may scare you out of your Gourd!
Just for fun, [Read more...]
When humans save an animal, any animal (like a kangaroo with a bucket jammed on its head [true story], or an anxious injured horse in a barn with its caretaker, or a deer caught in a trap), when we release them to the wild, why do they run for the hills? Why do they run away, without so much as a thanks? Yet, when a human is saved by another human, … [Read more...]
To my knowledge I've never posted anything involving the political realm. But when I came across the following paragraph from R.C. Sproul's book, Reason to Believe, I couldn't help myself, I had to pen this post.
Page 119: "If we have two ultimate opposing forces which are equal in power and are mutually exclusive and … [Read more...]
Friends, family, and those who couldn't give two hoots, or at least one Hoddy Toddy, I'm breaking out and headed for a writer's retreat in Starkville, Mississippi. Yep, home of the Hail State Bulldogs, my Ole Miss nemesis to the South.
No worries, I'll feel safe. I have deep bulldog connections. My bulldog puppy became the … [Read more...]
We discovered this from the archives. Michael's FINAL WORD story in Delta Magazine in 2017. It received numerous comments from Mississippians who lived during the years of the Gants, The Knights of Columbus, and other famous dance bands and songs from the 60s. Do you remember Double Shot of My Baby's … [Read more...]
Look what made the cover of Publisher's Weekly.
And, we were excited to read what PW had to say about The Rector:
"Thompson’s engaging, high-energy Christian murder mystery is narrated by Martha McRae, a woman living in a small Mississippi town … [Read more...]
Cheers to Nonnie Jules' RAVEreviews. Nonnie has managed to pull a dedicated team together in order to give writers and readers a chance to exchange ideas, announce new novels worthy of anyone's time, weed out the ones that don't cut the mustard, provide ongoing news from the book world, all the time giving back to the writing community. I salute Nonnie's … [Read more...]