It still is quite an honor to be featured on Nev Murray’s Confessions of a Reviewer!!; I can’t believe anyone would be interested enough in the prosaic insanity that is my life to ask questions about it. In Part Two, we conclude the interview with questions about the Armageddon trilogy and Nev’s dreaded Ten Confessions: ten gut-check questions that you want to run away from, but can’t. He just pins you with those eyes of his and you have no choice but to confess.
Confession Question 1: Who would you view as your main competitor in the writing world?
I have no competitors. Not that I’m terribly original, it’s just that I’m doing my own thing and other writers do their own things, and I treasure every reader. If my work stands out, it’s because I take a point of view in my religious-themed horror that’s respectful to Christianity and appreciates the breadth of thought and consideration behind Christian apologetics. Without me being a Christian, even. Louis Pasteur, Michael Faraday, and C.S. Lewis weren’t unsophisticated, Bible-thumping buffoons: they were brilliant, learned men who had an abiding belief in God. People of faith get a bad rap today, especially in fiction, which is unfortunate.
Things get much darker from there. Click on over and get reading!