Monster Lovers everywhere, Gray Barker’s Book of Monsters Volume One is now available in paperback!

If you’re into flying Saucers and monsters, you’ve probably run across the name Gray Barker. Even those unfamiliar with the name are usually familiar with the creatures he helped to introduce to the world! Gray Barker (1925-1984) cut his teeth on the Flatwoods Monster investigation (“The Monster and the Saucer,” Fate magazine, January 1953), introduced … More Monster Lovers everywhere, Gray Barker’s Book of Monsters Volume One is now available in paperback!

Johnny Came Home will be free on Kindle this Halloween

Nine years ago, I introduced a new superhero to the world with these words: “Johnny always said he’d rather die than come back to Midwich, but he’dnever counted on having to make that very choice.” What follows is a tale of secrets and superpowers,  conspiracies and betrayal, friendship and so much action! Readers describe this … More Johnny Came Home will be free on Kindle this Halloween

Christian Storytelling and Respecting the Medium

“The problem Christian movies is that people go wanting to experience Cinema and not experience GOD!” That criticism of Christian film, read on a social media post recently, betrays a common misunderstanding of Christian Storytelling. Cinema is a storytelling medium but many Christians bring Sunday School lesson expectations into it that don’t match the medium. … More Christian Storytelling and Respecting the Medium

April 8 to 12, 2020

Obviously, I am continuing work on the promised reboot of the Impworld/Otherworld Saga; however, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention something else I’m tinkering with. I’ve returned to being a DM for Dungeons and Dragons. Initially, I returned out of nostalgia. I’d forgotten how much fun it could be. When someone asked me … More April 8 to 12, 2020

March 31 to April 7, 2020

I have begun working on the promised interior illustrations for the Impworld/Otherworld Saga. Currently working on my sketches for Dreadknights. While little will change with Dreadknights with the exception of some formatting, typo corrections, and pagination to allow for the illustrations, Amazon’s rules regarding subtitles appear to make it necessary to take the original offline … More March 31 to April 7, 2020