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8 comments:

  1. Hi Brother!
    I was wondering if you have an Instagram account that I could follow.

    Snap, I just downloaded both your novels and I'm so excited to start reading them!

    Nichole Rolston

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  2. Nichole,
    Sorry, I don't have an Instagram for my writing projects! However, if you subscribe to this blog (using the form at the bottom of the page) you can keep up with the latest news from this site's feed.

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  3. I really appreciate your stories. Even though I have a different image of what the paradise and the resurrection of the righteous and the unrighteous is slightly different, your stories make me look forward to that time.

    I am a writer myself. I was wondering if you could lend some advice on how you write your stories. What sort of planning goes in to them and what not. I'd really appreciate it.

    Bryan Wilson

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    1. Bryan,

      I'm not sure if I'm the most qualified person to ask about writing, since I consider myself more of a writing hobbyist than a serious, professional writer, but I have picked up a few things along the way that may be helpful to you.

      Before writing "The Unrighteous" (TU), I made an outline for the entire novel. Each "scene" in the book (the parts separated within a chapter by ***) was a paragraph in the outline. This helped me get an idea of the basic plot points and how things changed over time with each character. I spent 3 months on this stage, going over the plot and trying to make it more cohesive and interesting.

      I also wrote up detailed character sheets for the nine main characters. I had a timeline of when they were born, when they died, and when they were resurrected, or when they did certain things in the New World. This helped me to nail down their back stories. It was also important to see how these characters changed over time, so in the character sheets I detailed their motivations. Primarily this boiled down to three questions: What does this person want? How do they see themselves? How do they want others to see them?

      Once that was done, it was just a matter of writing a little bit each day until the story was completed.

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  4. I am a writer also, EK, and have used the same system you suggest. I believe, however, that you have two advantages most of us lack: (1) your timely and profound subject matter, and your (2) well-rounded comprehensive knowledge base. I read your completely enthralling novel ALL THINGS NEW last year, but did not know you had started another one - and here you are on chapter 10 already! Thanks so much - your writing style is faith-strengthening. May the true God Jehovah continue to bless your gifts and your efforts.

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    1. Thank you very much for your comment. I consider myself an amateur writer, but I have found immense enjoyment from using this hobby to encourage our friends.

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  5. Hi Brother! Just saw that this novel is available and got soooo excited. I'm unable to download it....PLEASE HELP,!!!!

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    1. How are you downloading it? Are you on a tablet or a PC? Have you tried other format types?

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