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Pre-order The Profile Match and Get a Vinyl Mission League Logo Sticker!

To celebrate the release of The Profile Match (the final book in the Mission League series), I had some stickers made! I will mail one to anybody who pre-orders a copy of The Profile Match. If you’ve already pre-ordered, click here and fill out the form: I pre-ordered. Send me a sticker! You can pre-order in the […]

The Profile Match Cover Reveal

Ahh! Here it is! The cover for The Profile Match, the FINAL book in the Mission League series. 😭   Spencer looks so adorable in his tux with his bow tie a little crooked . . .   He has to dress up WAY too much in this book. Plus, I was thinking he needed […]

What Are Storyworld Shorts?

What Are Storyworld Shorts?

I started a new website. You might have seen my countdown to October 4, 2017. Well, this is what I’ve been working so hard on. I created a writing website primarily to host my YouTube videos and podcast versions of those videos to make it easier for listeners to find them. What are Storyworld Shorts? […]

There’s a Teen Track at This Year’s OCW Fall One-Day Conference in Portland, OR

  I have been invited to teach two workshops for teens at the fall Oregon Christian Writers one-day conference in Portland on October 21. This will be a really neat opportunity for teens who love to write. We’re going to learn about how to create characters, plot a novel, and how the publishing industry works. […]

THIRST: Chapter Twenty-Four. . . Will Eli and friends make it to Dr. Bayles before Enforcers catch them?

What we were doing was insane. I knew that. But the alternative was to spend six months in rehab—likely longer now that we were about to bust into the Champion’s residence with guns.

A couple blocks away, Dad pulled off the road and around to the side of the pickup bed. “What’s the plan? We can’t exactly waltz into Champion House on a good day, and two guns isn’t going to be enough power to face off with all the Enforcers who work there.”

“If you drive around back, I can lure him out,” Hannah said.

“How?” I asked.

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