If Good God is willing and the creek don't rise, I plan to launch Faith and Empire, the second book of my Holy Terran Empire space opera soon after this coming Easter. Along with it, I will be re-launching the series' first book with a brand spanking-new cover. I am muy mucho excited to be … Continue reading Cover Art Sneak Peak
Predictably, Ricky Gervais, the atheist sodomite who called the glitterati gathered for the Golden Globe Awards "Perverts" (got to love the irony!) and other choice words, has come under attack from lefties everywhere. But this prickly pixie isn't bending over and taking it (at least, not this time). No, this is a fightin' fairy who … Continue reading More Golden Globe Goodness
I've never watched the Golden Globes. I've never been so much as tempted to watch this circle jerk of an award show. After reading about it at VOX POPOLI, I just had to track down this vid. Oh. My. Goodness. https://youtu.be/LCNdTLHZAeo The Times, they do seem to be a'changing!
On this, the second day of Christmas, the Church celebrates the Feast of Saint Stephen, her first martyr. Alternately, the day is also called Boxing Day, and in the spirit of this latter designation, I offer you the chance to pick up a FREE Kindle copy of my first novel, The House Of War: Book One … Continue reading Happy Saint Stephen’s Day!
The Child is Born By Hilaire Belloc In the midwinter and the turning of the year to new things, Christendom has fixed the Mass of the Incarnation: of the divine birth, the renewal, the recovery of mankind. Those who sneer at our origins tell us that the long dark Pagan time, which ended in … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
A Merry Christmas to All and to all a poem by former Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom, Sir John Betjeman. https://youtu.be/AyZL9_To0_A
Ghost stories and Christmas seems like an odd mix if we don't fully appreciate the Incarnation for the supernatural event that it was. The telling of ghost stories at Christmas time is actually an age-old tradition that is sadly all but gone. It still lives, albeit on life support, on the BBC. A simple googling … Continue reading Have Yourself a Spooky Christmas?
From INFOGALACTIC: In February 1938 Stern awoke with the story in mind. Inspired by a dream that was reminiscent of the 1843 Charles Dickens novella A Christmas Carol, Stern wrote a 4,000 word short story called "The Greatest Gift". He began work on it in 1939 but didn't finish until 1943, and was then unable to find a publisher. He … Continue reading It’s A Wonderful Tale