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  1. Actually, columbine [the flower] is poisonous. I'm not sure if anyone mentioned it but there is always the jumping off the hayloft into a bale of hay with a pitchfork hidden in it.
  2. Welcome to the group! Write on!
  3. I don't think every chapter has to have non-stop action to make it interesting and keep the reader going. It just needs to leave the reader hungry to read on. A hint of action to come. Congrats on being able to edit out so many words. Cutting things out is not easy.
  4. Just came out this month: Christopher's Story: A Dog's Walk Through John 3:16. What does Jesus know about our lives here on earth? What can He know about addiction, a broken marriage, abuse? As Christopher tells it, more than we ever realized. Christopher sees the world from a dog's perspective and asks us to do more than read words on a page but to hear it with your very soul. Touching on single parenting, alcoholism and even miscarriage - you'll never look at John 3:16 the same. If you like Christopher's Story, there is Lisa's Testimony: A Dog's Walk Through the 23rd Psalm released in 2019. Both are available on Amazon.
  5. Lynn, I thought I did post in Meet and Greet. But not sure. There are a lot of places to post on this site.
  6. My two published books are not about horror - they are examining Psalm 23 and John 3:16 from a dog's perspective of trusting your master. [Lisa's Testimony: A Dog's Walk Through the 23rd Psalm and Christopher's Story: A Dog's Walk Through John 3:16]. But I've been working on a YA secular novel for years that started out more as Adventure [like Goonies] but has taken a dive into horror. A Christian friend who read it was shocked so I started poking around into whether Horror fits into a Christian writer's wheelhouse.
  7. Anyone out there writing horror stories? Any feelings about that? Scott Derrickson, a screenwriter and Christian wrote: To me, the horror genre is the genre of non-denial. It's about admitting that there is evil in the world, and recognizing that there is evil within us, and that we're not in control, and that the things that we are afraid of must be confronted in order for us to relinquish that fear.
  8. Anyone out there writing horror stories? Any feelings about that? Scott Derrickson, a screenwriter and Christian wrote: To me, the horror genre is the genre of non-denial. It's about admitting that there is evil in the world, and recognizing that there is evil within us, and that we're not in control, and that the things that we are afraid of must be confronted in order for us to relinquish that fear.
  9. Thank you. I'm so happy to find this site.
  10. Hi I just joined. I live in Olympia, WA. I've published two Christian books. Lisa's Testimony: A Dog's Walk Through the 23rd Psalm and Christopher's Story: A Dog's Walk Through John 3:16. I belong to a local Christian writer's group and a fiction book club. I'm married with grown kids and have two cats and a dog.
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