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Old Testament There are a few interesting tidbits in today’s OT reading. First, we see the quotation of the “shema” (pronounced sha-ma). This is the most fundamental Jewish prayer. My old Jewish grandmother used to say it at least 10 … Continue reading
When I started to write a book with Judas Iscariot as the main character one inevitable question loomed: How could he do it? In my book, The Last Confession of the Vampire Judas Iscariot, I take a stab at the … Continue reading
Pump Up Your Book presents The Last Confession of The Vampire Judas Iscariot blog tour. Learn more about the tour on Pump Up Your Book’s website or view the details and dates below under Tour Schedule. May 5 Guest Post and Giveaway … Continue reading
When I first decided to try my hand at fiction I had a lot of ideas bouncing around in my head. I actually started and got about one-third of the way through another book but this story kept intruding into … Continue reading
How do you maintain a successful career as a lawyer, have a wife and family, AND finish a full-length novel?
It took me about a year to write The Last Confession of the Vampire Judas Iscariot. Actually, if you count the time from the day I wrote the first paragraph on my Blackberry while standing in line at the supermarket … Continue reading
CHAPTER 1 – THE CHAINED DOG “…God the Father of mercies, through the death and resurrection of his Son, has reconciled the world to Himself and sent the Holy Spirit among us for the forgiveness of sins; through the ministry … Continue reading