A few weeks ago, I had so much fun sitting down with my friend, Charity Hall, to talk about the release St Ives Memory. We talked about the purpose in writing this book, what you will see woven throughout the chapters, and why you should especially read it if you read A Song for Somme, … More Author Interview: St Ives Memory
Fourteen months after I published A Song for Somme, I have published it’s sequel, though the drafting of this project all began sixteen months ago. While I had originally told myself that I really didn’t want to write another book, let alone a sequel, I knew that this story had to be told. With the … More Meet St Ives Memory
Well, I did it. I decided to publish my first ever devotional. Full of stories, poems, and encouragement, this 210 page book has hit online bookstores. While writing a devotional is very different from writing a historical fiction book, in the sense that you can’t write in metaphors, your vulnerability is painted through clear black … More Through the Morning Fog: Preview.
What is your book about? Is it about music? What is Somme? We all have questions before buying a book and through this post, I hope to answer a few that have been sent my way since the release of A Song for Somme. While I don’t expect everyone I know to read this book, … More A Song for Somme: Sneak Preview
Why does a composer write music? Why does an artist paint? Why do two humans create another life? While the answers may vary, there is one common theme that is woven through each of these answers and that word is love. The dictionary definition of love is (n). an intense feeling of deep affection An … More Why Write?
On Friday, I had the wonderful opportunity to talk about my second book, A Song for Somme, with Kaitlin Lopez, host of The Word of Their Testimony for KUCI 88.9FM in Orange County. I shared a little bit about the inspiration behind the book, and some hidden treasures that will exclusively only be found in this … More Podcast: Exclusive Interview on A Song for Somme