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Character Descriptions 4 Replies

I've realized recently that many of my favorite authors never really stop to describe the characters, or only spend a few words on them, and yet I think I know exactly what they look like, while…Continue

Started by Mrs. S.. Last reply by Mrs. S. Apr 27, 2014.

Strong language? 10 Replies

What are your thoughts on allowing strong language to appear in your fiction? I've seen it done (by Christians) in effective ways...and I've also seen it done lazily, or as if the author was trying…Continue

Tags: Fiction, Writing

Started by Jeremiah Stiles. Last reply by Mrs. S. Apr 15, 2014.

End Times Fiction Authors? 2 Replies

I've been keen on doing an end times novel... some time...But I work so much better writing with someone else so I thought I'd throw it out there and see if anyone is like-minded.Continue

Tags: fiction, writing, co-writers, behind, left

Started by Bridget Brenton. Last reply by Doug Lindauer Nov 15, 2013.

Transparency and Createspace 4 Replies

Has any of you published a book with createspace and had them reject it because of transparency? I think this is because I put scans of pictures I drew in it. Anyone know how to get rid of…Continue

Tags: transparency, createspace

Started by Jeremiah Stiles. Last reply by Dr. Derek P. Blake Nov 4, 2013.

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Comment by Robert Driskell on June 22, 2012 at 9:53am

Hello All,

Just published my second book.  It's called Spiritual Suicide: The Crisis of Casual Christianity and can be found here.  The premise of the book is that too many professing Christians aren't truly committed to Jesus.  I pray it will stimulate some serious thought on this topic. 

Yours in Christ,

Robert

Comment by Tony Breeden on May 25, 2012 at 7:50pm

Hey guys,

 

I have recently finished my final draft of my up-coming superhero sci-fi novel, Johnny Came Home. This action-packed novel is filled with flying saucers, hi-tech gadgets, super-powered battles, conspiracy theories and Biblical truth! Observing that most comic book powers are now explained in terms of evolution, I decided to write a novel to explore a possible world where superpowers exist but were explainable in terms of Biblical creationism. As you might expect, the book covers the racial implications of Darwin's theory and covers evidence for creation and against millions of years of microbes-to-man evolution.

 

Lord willing, I'm planning to publish by summer's end. If you'd like to learn mmore about Johnny Came Home, visit our website at http://johnlazarus.wordpress.com or visit our CreationConversations group at http://www.creationconversations.com/group/johnny-came-home. I also encourage you to Like us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/johnlazarusbook and to read an excerpt of the book at http://johnlazarus.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/jch-book-excerpt.pdf.

 

Even if sci-fi or superhero fiction isn't your cup-o-Joe, I urge you to take a moment to support a fellow Christian author's effort to speak truth into today's culture.

 

God bless,

Tony Breeden, DefGen.org

Comment by Robert Driskell on April 23, 2012 at 11:04am

Greetings All,

I am a writer (utilizing the loosest definition of the term).  I write articles as the Oklahoma City Biblical Examiner.

I have also published one book (also utilizing the loosest definition of this word) called Atheism, Evolution, and the Truth of God.

My passion is to encourage believers in their walk with Christ and to challenge unbelievers to think about biblical truth.

 

Yours in Christ,

Robert

Comment by Dan Stubbs on February 7, 2012 at 11:45am

     I have written a book about the truth entitled "All the Secrets of the Universe (All the ones worth knowing): A College Course on the Truth."  It is 740 pgs and has 1400 references from God's Word and 1370 references from other authors, journalists, political commentators, Christian pastors and teachers, and leading scientists to support the conclusions of each of the 14 chapters.  In it we are interested in finding the real answers to all of life's most important, elusive and controversial of questions: answers not based on opinion, faith, speculation, theory or belief, but on all of the facts and all of the evidence both scientifically and historically.  Chapter 10 is titled "The Theory of Evolution is a Joke."  It is 100 pages in itself and contains 17 separate sections from Macro vs Micro Evolution to The Fossil Record, The Young Earth and The Big Bang, All Blown Up and contains 270 quotes/references/sometimes whole paragraphs or whole pages from some of the world's leading scientists on this subject, all or most of whom I'm sure most of you are already familiar with.  I'm in the process now (the book was finally completed on Christmas Eve- 12/24/2011- after a number of years of research and writing) of looking for a publisher and obtaining permission from the many authors whose works I reference.  If anyone is interested in checking out a copy of chapter 10, or the entire work, let me know.

Dan Stubbs

Rock the Truth Ministries

rockthetruth77@yahoo.com

410-969-9173

Thank you for your response,

Sincerely,

Dan Stubbs

Rock the Truth Ministries

410-969-9173

410-689-1000

Comment by Creation Today on February 7, 2012 at 10:10am

Hi Group!

We are excited to announce our new Children's Book Series called Creation Kids Club. This book is beautifully illustrated and written in a way that teaches children about creation and Creator God by incorporating creative activities that go along with the subject matter.

 

We are seeking reviewers of the first book of the series. If you are wanting to just add another book to your shelf, please do not respond; but if you are serious, and especially if you have children, then we want to give you a free bookto review.

 

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Comment by James (Jim) Brenneman on February 2, 2012 at 12:19am

In response to Carolyn Reeves below:

There aren't a lot of hard facts available

That is the fun of it all for us. We believe that there are "hard fact" available in abundance. Dr. Whitcomb has an excellent book called, The World that Perished, which demonstrates the hard facts from what is observed in nature in conjunction with the best grammatical analysis of the Hebrew text. We put those elements together and reach some pretty solid ideas of what that world must have been like.

Comment by Carolyn Reeves on January 29, 2012 at 3:15pm

I have just recently become interested in speculating about the pre-Flood world. There aren't a lot of hard facts available, but the few clues that exist are very fascinating.  I know how rapidly scientific and technological knowledge has occurred in the past few hundred years.  The first motorized plane ride was in the early 1900s. Less than 70 years later, rockets were taking men to the moon and back.  Just imagine how much knowledge could be accumulated by individuals who lived hundred of years and could devote that much time to doing research.  The survivors of the Flood would not be able to pass on all the knowledge that had been discovered by pre-Flood cultures, but they would have been able to salvage some of it.  The very early civilizations after the Flood seemed to spring up in a short period of time.  They had an amazing ability to build complex buildings and structures, based on advanced engineering principles. Even if there is a lot of speculation about this period of history, fictional books could provide logical accounts of pre-Flood life and the continuance of some of their knowledge during the Ice Age that followed. I'll be watching with interest to see what kinds of books your guys are writing.    

Comment by Jerry Corbaley on January 25, 2012 at 11:43am

Hello Allan,

I don't know that I would be of much help to you. I would offer that religion began as monotheism and then deteriorated into polytheism and pantheism and then to atheism. 

Comment by Allan Gaekwad on January 25, 2012 at 3:26am

I am a new writer. I have one novel and one non-fiction story about the Australian girl of German origin who was illigally detained and who polareised the Australian public. Now I am planning to write a short book 'The Rligion Pyramid' describing evolution of belief from, natural forces, inanimate objects to pantheism to animate polytheism and monotheism. However like a single atom or a living cell; monotheism is further magnified in Christianity into

Trinity very much like proton, neutron and electron. I wish to invite comments on my proposed idea.    

Comment by James (Jim) Brenneman on January 24, 2012 at 1:43pm

I have added a new discussion on a template for the world before the Flood.

 

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