With Thanksgiving a day away, I am filled with awesome gratitude. My associates…
The initial development of Blood Prophecy started when I was sixteen. Though I was diagnosed with epilepsy when I was eleven, for many years it had been controlled with medication.
“I have to find the words to clearly convey to readers exactly what those emotions felt like. And this must be done within the context of a story in a way that justifies such emotions. So, in my view as the storyteller, I am obligated to provide a fearless and truthful impression…”
“Actually, I never intended to write books. I always wanted to write a weekly humor column that eventually would grow up, move out, and go live with many newspapers. Unfortunately…”
“Several years ago, I was able to ride the Santa Train as a journalist. I was writing an article for US Airways Magazine, but it was only about the facts…These were the ‘real stories’ of the train, and I knew then that what I had learned would be much more than just an article. I just didn’t know what…”
“It all started when I came across a quote from the Dalai Lama. At the Vancouver Peace Summit in 2009 he said, “The world will be saved by the Western woman.” …I want women everywhere to realize what we—and the women who came before us, and the women who will come after us—are capable of.”
“I discovered my poetry passion about 8 years ago when I met my wife..And then there was a moment when I started to write about my son, Andrew, who has Down’s Syndrome.”