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KEEN is a contemporary fantasy set in small-town West Lincoln High. This book has it all: teenagers, faeries, and a banshee. Here’s what to expect when you dive into the world of KEEN! Caoine Roberts–She’s just your average half-faerie born … Continue reading
I’m very excited to announce that my short story, “Learning to Ride a Bike,” has been published in the free e-book anthology, Childhood Remembrances from Draw Near Publications. To download your FREE copy of the e-book, click here.
Check out my guest post, “Mind Games,” today on the Speculative Faith blog at LoreHaven.com. I’d love to hear your thoughts. Share them in the comments at http://speculativefaith.lorehaven.com/mind-games/
I’m going to be interviewed by Lori Twichell about the workshop I will be giving at the SoCal Christian Writers’ Conference. Go to http://www.facebook.com/socalcwc at 1 pm Arizona time, 4 p.m. EST today to watch the interview!
August 19, 11:00 am Arizona Time Listen Now
Hear Parker J. Cole interviewing Rebecca D. Bruner live on Saturday, July 19, 2017 from 11:00 am-12:00 pm Arizona time. Parker and Rebecca will be discussing themes from Rebecca’s book, A Wife of Valor: Your Strategic Importance in God’s Battle … Continue reading
Attention Writers! The Phoenix Rattler is a writing contest sponsored by Christian Writers of the West, the Arizona Chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers. This year, we have some great final round judges lined up, all of whom are well know agents and editors. The entry fee is just $25 and the contest is open for submissions from August 1 […]
I had a great time at the SoCal Christian Writers Conference. Here are some of the highlights: Getting interviewed by Sharon Elliott about A Wife of Valor for HSCB.TV Receiving a special study Bible as a gift for being the first person … Continue reading
This week, I’m headed to the first ever SoCal Christian Writers’ Conference. I’m looking forward to reconnecting with mentors like Kathy Ide, Allen Arnold, and Jill Williamson. I’m also looking forward to hanging out with some of my critique group … Continue reading