I have a novel on Kindle called “Psalm 88″. It’s not much like my other works. While my faith shows up in my other novels (and I’m glad some of you have seen it!), “Psalm 88″ is specifically a Christian novel. It’s about two people who think they’ve found success in running from their problems because they’re running together. As for my faith in my other novels, I think I write what I’d like to read. Not novels that preach, per se, but novels wherein the characters approach their delimmas from a Christian world view. It’s interesting to me that one of the complaints I’ve received–even from people who profess Christ–is the chastity of my characters. It has apparently become “unrealistic” in our modern world for people to wait for marriage. But one of my writing heroes is Louis L’Amour. I have always admired that his characters held themselves to a high standard. Was that the way the west actually was? I’m not sure. But I like fiction–and fictional characters–who aspire to higher ideals.