What do you like to read?
Are you tired of the same old boy‐meets‐girl scenario, where their meeting is ruinous, and you spend the rest of your time reading about what you already knew would happen? I did, so I wrote Twelve Smooth Stones. For Christians who are attempting to live a holy life, many books that do have a great story line are also filled with foul language and intimate scenes with too much information.
My purpose for writing books is fourfold:
- To give the Christian world a good read — a plot that twists and turns to a surprise ending.
- To keep it clean, so that a sanctified reader wouldn’t need to worry about what he or she might read on the next page.
- As a lover of history, I chose to write a historical fiction, so that my readers would not only be safely entertained, but would learn to appreciate others’ real‐life struggles as well.
- I wanted to write about genuine Biblical salvation: what it looks like and how the struggle unfolds into the best decision a person can make.
It’s quite the responsibly creating characters and directing their steps. This task has given me a greater love and respect for our awesome Creator. It was difficult for me to allow a character to make wrong choices, especially when those choices directed their steps to everlasting death. What must God think or feel when His creation, because of his God‐given free will, chooses a destructive path? I know it broke my heart; it must break His heart too.
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