THE REVOLUTIONARY

The Revolutionary

In a certain country, where certain crimes such as adultery were punishable by death, woman who had been caught in the act was brought before the people to be executed by stoning.

She knelt there, her heart pounding, her throat dry, not only from the fear of the pain she would experience as each rock struck her, but also from the shame, the public humiliation, and the scorn of those who accused her….
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What’s Your Kryptonite?

when I was younger, as you can imagine, one of my favorite superheroes was Superman because he was practically invulnerable. He didn’t have to be afraid of anyone or anything. And he had amazing strength—you know, “able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, able to stop a locomotive with his bare hands…” and all along, he was a mild-mannered reporter Clark Kent.

Every boy wanted to be superman, right? But one thing I never thought too much about was his one weakness, his “Achilles’ Heel” so to speak: Kryptonite. Darn! There was something that could bring the Man of Steel down. Something that could render this near demigod feeble, even kill him. Not the perfect hero after all. It turns out, this made for a great fictional character. Not so great for superman, but great for stories.

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Fan Mail That Makes it all Worthwhile

Every now and then I receive fan mail which truly touches me and encourages me in my writing. I endeavor to write books that not only entertain, but inspire and challenge in positive ways. If in any way my writing can reach my readers and give them hope and cause them to live better, then I feel that I’ve fulfilled my calling.

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