All finished? If you’re done with all 19 stops, enter the prophecy that leads Wilek, Trevn, and the kinsman fleet to Er’Rets in the Rafflecopter form below. You can either enter your email or log in with Facebook on the form. A box will appear for you to type in the sentence you created… Continue Reading
Welcome to the Lost At Sea Scavenger Hunt! You’ve found Stop #1! To celebrate the release of King’s Blood, I am taking my characters through a land of lands in search of a place they can call home. I hope you’ll have fun as you follow their journey. Start on this post and read through each… Continue Reading
Are you ready for an adventure? What? Tomorrow, the Lost At Sea Scavenger Hunt goes live. You will start on my blog and follow the map through eighteen different storyworlds as you help the characters from my new release King’s Blood find a new home. There will be lots of talk about books… Continue Reading
If you have some young readers in your life, gift them a Kindle copy of Tinker. It’s free until Saturday, 2-18-17. (Non USA countries, see the bottom of this post for links.) Tinker is the first RoboTales book, a science fiction fairytale series for kids ages 7 – 13 or in grades 2nd… Continue Reading
If you’ve been thinking about attending a writer’s conference, Realm Makers 2017 is going to be a great one. Speakers include Ted Dekker, David Farland, Robert Liparulo, James Rubart, Mary Weber, and more. I have the privilege of teaching the teen track, which I’m calling Guardians of Good Writing. We are going to learn a… Continue Reading
I usually host a Facebook party to celebrate the release of a new book. While those are always fun, this time I wanted to try something different for the release of King’s Blood (Kinsman Chronicles, book 2). I’ve participated in several online scavenger hunts and thought it might be neat to do one as a release… Continue Reading
KING’S BLOOD Believe it or not, today is the official release day for King’s Blood, book two in the Kinsman Chronicles. My editor sent me a note to say that this is the longest fiction book on record ever published at Bethany House. If the genre were romance, that might be scary, but this is epic… Continue Reading
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=barWV7RWkq0[/youtube] It’s finally here. Broken Trust, the third full-length book in the Mission League series has arrived. This book starts where Ambushed left off. Spencer is finishing up his junior year and training for his Outdoor Survival Training mission to Alaska. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL LIST OF MISSION LEAGUE BOOKS
Strange things are happening at the Space Force Military Academy. General Gruss believes the Ice Beast is responsible and asks cadet Riv Mardok to hunt down the menace. Mardok, always eager to “protect the helpless,” accepts the quest, but when he finds himself trapped, alone in the forest, his bravery isn’t enough to save him. Mardok has no choice but to call for help. The question is: will anyone answer?
Zondervan/Blink is running a deal on the Safe Lands ebook collection. You can get the entire trilogy for $1.99 on Kindle, iTunes, Nook, Kobo, GooglePlay, or CBD. If you haven’t read the series, haven’t finished it, or love it and want to tell a friend, now is your chance. Feel free to spread the word. The sale ends Monday, 9/5.
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.
I had fasted before only a couple times in my life. The 30-Hour Famine was a favorite of my youth pastor. But going out food for a full week?
The week in rehab crawled by. Each day I desperately anticipated my small glass of water. Carelle Lawler’s obnoxious sessions didn’t help. When I was finally released, I felt like I could drink an entire lake and eat a herd of cattle.
I was released into the lobby of the rehab facility and bade to use a computer there to contact a ride. I sent everyone I knew a message on the Grid, and still it was another twenty minutes before Dad stopped the truck out front to pick me up. When he heard how Tracy had starved me, he nearly drove the truck to the Champion compound to give the man a piece of his mind.