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What’s Your Story?

I left that place convicted. And I started telling my story. And it brought people closer to me, rather than pushing them away. Because you know what? We’ve all messed up! And the fact that I had messed up made me a real human being to the teens in our youth group. It made them realize that they weren’t the only ones who’ve messed up.

Crater by Homer Hickman

Crater is a Helium-3 miner on the moon. He’s also one of the few decent guys left on the natural satellite. When he saves the life of a coworker, he earns a promotion he’s not certain he wants that sends him on a dangerous adventure across the moon to pick up a package that many will do anything to keep him from obtaining.


When Achan discovers that Vrell is being held captive in Esek’s camp, he tells the knights he is going to get her back, whether they like it or not.

Interview with Author Sigmund Brouwer, Author of The Orphan King

When you were little, what did you want to be when you grew up?
First a cowboy. That lasted until second grade. Then I truly dreamed about playing hockey. After all, I’m Canadian, eh! But all along, underneath it, I knew I wanted to be an author.

The Orphan King by Sigmund Brouwer

This book was so cool! I loved it. My kind of story. 1. Medieval. 2. A mystery. 3. Mentions of King Arthur and Merlin.

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