Slaughter Of The Fattened Calf (Short Story Publication)

One of my short stories was recently published by Agape Review. Read the full story here. Sarah sat at the dinner table as if returned from the dead. I might have fallen over if Dad hadn’t run over, hugging me and yelling, “Isn’t it wonderful!” “Delightful,” I mumbled. “Hello, Davey.” She did her best to … Continue reading Slaughter Of The Fattened Calf (Short Story Publication)

The Best Science Fiction Novels You’ve Never Read

Everyone knows cool sci-fi universes like the galaxies of Star Trek and Star Wars, and fans of the classics know Asimov's Foundation Trilogy. But one of the best science fiction universes is a little more obscure: C. S. Lewis's awesome (though uncreatively titled) Space Trilogy. You mean Lewis wrote books other than Narnia? you may … Continue reading The Best Science Fiction Novels You’ve Never Read

“Remembrance of Earth’s Past” Trilogy Review (No Spoilers)

I recently read Cixin Liu's Remembrance of Earth's Past trilogy--The Three-Body Problem, The Dark Forest, and Death's End--and was it ever fantastic. Overall, it's one of the best science fiction series I've ever read with good characters and some of the most creative and original concepts I've ever seen in any science fiction piece. It's … Continue reading “Remembrance of Earth’s Past” Trilogy Review (No Spoilers)

What the Astronaut Thought With 3% Oxygen Left in His Tank

People aren’t meant to be alone because we’re made in the image of a God who is never alone. It’s the Trinity—the one God is three persons. And for all eternity, they’ve loved one another. I watch the ship’s rockets ignite and realize that I will be dying alone. The decision had seemed so easy. … Continue reading What the Astronaut Thought With 3% Oxygen Left in His Tank

Marketing and Publishing Tips for Authors from Expert Sara Wigal

Do you ever stare at the books on your shelf and wonder how you get to there from where you are now--how to get to published. Recently, I interviewed Sara Wigal, the Senior Manager of JKS Communications and publishing professor at Belmont University. According to her, there are two routes for authors--traditional publishing and self … Continue reading Marketing and Publishing Tips for Authors from Expert Sara Wigal

Why is There so Little Christian Science Fiction?

There's C. S. Lewis's Space Trilogy (highly recommended). There's Madeline L'Engle's books. A couple of Jerry Jenkins's book are dystopian. And that's about it. I'm sure there are wonderful science fiction books with Christian themes out there that I've just never heard of, but they seem to by a small, small minority. As a Christian … Continue reading Why is There so Little Christian Science Fiction?