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Some of the Other Women in My Novels

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Now, as to some of those other women in my novels … I was recently told by my sister that my nieces are constantly seeing my wife in the women in my novels. What surprised me about this idea was the one that my nieces had read my books. I am not surprised they can… Read more »

Some of the Women in My Novels

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Heather Fitch and Melinda Overstreet are nothing like my wife. I think, if anything, they are conglomerations of all the girls I wished I could date back in school but never had the nerve to ask out. The real-life girls probably weren’t as together as Heather and Melinda, but in my young, immature mind, I… Read more »

About that “Noah” book

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Some Thoughts on “Noah” If you have read all or part of my new novel Noah (available here), you probably have some questions. Let me go ahead and try to answer some of them now. If you have additional questions, please write to me and I will try my best to answer them and work… Read more »

Remake Star Wars? I Don’t Think So

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Just saw The Incredibles 2, a fantastic movie, and can’t help but think of how much better the Star Wars universe would be now if The Force Awakens had been directed by Brad Bird like George Lucas wanted. As strange as that may sound, it’s not as ludicrous as this …   Crowd-Sourced Remakes There is a petition going around… Read more »

Tuttle’s the Comic Strip

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There’s a new website for “Tuttle’s”, the award-submitted comic strip drawn by Samuel B. White! www.tuttlecom.com The web site that used to host my comic strip “Tuttle’s” is gone but (maybe) not forgotten. Enjoy new ‘toons 4 days a week! [Click on the ‘toon then, depending your device, you may have to click it again… Read more »

Is Amazon the Problem Or Is It Just There?

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The American mall, that symbol of the 1980s, is going away. People who once took haunting photographs of failing Detroit, have now moved on to taking haunting photographs of semi-abandoned shopping malls. (Here’s hoping they next move on to taking pictures of the offices of congresspersons who have been voted out of office.) People, some of whom… Read more »

Doomsday Houses and Gullible Buyers

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Not all that far from Dallas, someone has erected a very large, very ornate fountain. Right now, it looks like it’s in the middle of nowhere. It’s not exactly nowhere, but it is Fannin county, which isn’t a well-known county* to people who don’t currently live there. The fountain, according to this article (here) is the first… Read more »

Are Millenials Really Leaving the Church?

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It’s happening again. There’s another article going ‘round the internet—especially on Facebook—about how millenials are leaving the church in droves. I would go to all the trouble of looking it up and providing a link to it … but I’m not going to. The reality, as I’ve written before (see here), is that this article gets… Read more »

The Case for a Safe Space

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“Safe spaces” are in the news lately. Often, outside the places where they are being held, they are derided as a method of coddling “snowflakes”, i.e. college kids who are biological adults but seem to have the emotional maturity of a stunted Chihuahua. I have to admit: I have done my share of chuckling at… Read more »

Let’s All Go to the Movies … or Not

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Speaking of decline, fewer people are going to the movies than in years past. Some people blame this on the quality of movies produced (“Nothing but sequels and remakes! Doesn’t Hollywood have any original ideas?”). This may be a factor, but if you look back at Hollywood’s glory years, you’ll find that they produced some… Read more »