Posts Tagged: Edward Garrett

About Love

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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… Read more »

An Unrealized Character

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Several years ago, a friend and I came up with a comic book story. Mike was going to draw the comic book and I was going to write it. The story was going to follow a guardian angel. One night, the angel had kept his charge from being in a car wreck. But that wasn’t… Read more »

Where I Am Today

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There’s an episode of “The Dick Van Dyke Show” (one of the three greatest shows of all time) where Rob is determined to write his novel and so, first, tries to write at home. The problem is that he’s distracted by every little thing that goes on around him, even to listening under the door… Read more »

Travel

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I’m “hard” at work on the sequel to “All the Time in Our World”. On the one hand, it’s already been written, but I was never satisfied with a particular section. If this were a football game, you might say I was having trouble in the red zone. On the other hand, it’s not really… Read more »

Whoo-hoo!

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It’s official: I have now sold more copies of my books in the month of February 2010 than in any other single month! 31 Kindle copies and 2 paperbacks, in case you’re wondering. This is appropriate as I always look forward to February as it’s when pitchers and catchers report for Spring Training. As a… Read more »

Seeing the Written

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There is a moment in “All the Time in Our World” where Marianne and Edward have gotten into a newlywed’s battle over something that started very small. As anyone who is married–or has been married–those little things can become big things until, eventually, they explode. In the fortunate instances, the warring parties look back and… Read more »