An Answer to the Question of Our Day

Author's Note: The opinions expressed in this series are my own and are not representative of any person other than myself or any organization or church to which I belong. This will be an occasional series posted roughly once a week to once every two weeks. Subscribe to the blog for updates when the next … Continue reading An Answer to the Question of Our Day

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Searching for the Ideal Form of the Good Book

I freely admit that I'm a bit of a Bible addict; I'm obsessed (I hope in a good way) with the Bible's physical form. I've spent an unfortunate amount of money on Bibles over the years, though I'm certain the Bible publishers and sellers aren't rushing out to refund my money. As time has gone … Continue reading Searching for the Ideal Form of the Good Book

Review of A Head Full of Ghosts, by Paul Tremblay

A Head Full of Ghosts. By Paul Tremblay. New York: William Morrow, 2015. 286pp. ISBN 978-0062363237 $25.99 A good horror novel is hard to find. Paul Tremblay's A Head Full of Ghosts was the winner of the Bram Stoker Award for Novel, presented by the Horror Writers Association for superior achievement in horror writing for novels. One … Continue reading Review of A Head Full of Ghosts, by Paul Tremblay

Review of Blackwater, by Michael McDowell

Blackwater. By Michael McDowell. 1983. Reprint, Richmond, Va.: Valancourt, 2017. 800pp. ISBN 9781943910816 $27.99 (paper). There are certain fiction writers that get overlooked primarily because the literati have decided, for reasons inscrutable to the rest of us, that what these authors have produced is popular and therefore not literature—not real literature at any rate. With a B.A. and … Continue reading Review of Blackwater, by Michael McDowell