Meridian Magazine recently released an article about the book “Our Lost Constitution” by Senator Mike Lee. I found this article a good reminder of how little of our constitution we have left. In the article, he does refer to a prophecy by Joseph Smith. Perhaps he is referring to the following: “You will see the […]
In order to understand Prophecy, it is instructive to know what prophecies are, where they come from, and why they are given. So I ask, what is Prophecy? Wikipedia defines Prophecy in the following way: Prophecy is a process in which one or more messages communicated to a prophet are then communicated to others. Such […]
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My goal with this site is to tell the world why I do what I’m doing. I write books, and each series has its own purpose. The Warriors & Watchmen series shows people living through the fulfillment of End Times Prophecies which are at a doors. Some of the characters are prepared, and others are […]
Prologue Cancer results from a prologue which grows far beyond its intended size. This is often the result when a writer doesn’t understand the purpose of the prologue, and puts in carcinogenic content, bloating the prologue until it chokes off the first chapter, which the audience will never read. Preventing prologue cancer is easy if […]
Manuscript Measles is a common disease, especially among young writers who haven’t built up a good immune system to harsh criticism. It is easily diagnosed when a manuscript is received back from an editor with red marks all over every page. These marks, however, are not the same as the biting, often scathing edits which […]
Dissociative Character Disorder, also known as Multiple Character Disorder, results when the author shows the thoughts of multiple characters in a single scene. The reader becomes dissociated from all the characters, because the author is bouncing between them so fast, the reader has nothing to latch on to. One of the most important aspects where a […]
Almost everyone has had the experience of finding a hair in their soup. If this happens at a restaurant, people are less likely to return. If this happens in a novel, or a series, the author can loose their audience. So what kinds of things qualify as a hair in the soup for writing? The […]
Our most recent patient presented me with a novel written in the first person. When done right, this can be a very effective tool in drawing the reader into the story, reducing the separation between the main character and the reader until the reader feels like they are actually living through it. However, the first […]