Speaking Truth to Bullies

We have come to this point because our whole society is so frightened of bullies. To try to win an argument by using a word that ends in -phobe, rather than to discuss the topic is, frankly, bullying. Most of us, sadly, apparently prefer to lie about reality than to be bullied by the cool…

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The Messiah Prophecies

For tonight's service, I put together the passages in The Book of Matthew that refers to "fulfillment of prophecy" and the original Old Testament passages to which they refer. I really enjoyed seeing this in context.  Posting this here, in case anyone else might enjoy it. Biblical Messianic Prophecies and Their Fulfillment (according to St.…

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In which I am interviewed…

Me at tea last June, Picture by Virginia Johnson I have been interviewed by a lovely lady, who asked intriguing questions. The interview was great fun and we talked about many writing topics and a few other things, too. See the Interview here!  

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Pride Goeth Before the Mansplaining

We hear a great deal nowadays about outrage addiction, how Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sights, combined with fake news, fuel a wrath-based addiction in a large portion of the populace. What we seldom address is that this faux outrage we are all indulging in is not true wrath. It is pride. True wrath…

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Two Opportunities for Free Stuff!

We have two giveaway opportunities at the moment. Enjoy them and feel free to share them with friends! The first one is Silver Empire's Narnia Giveaway. This one collects emails that will be used for, among other things, Superversive Press's mailing list–in return for a chance to win some cool Narnia gifts! Check out the…

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Guinea Pig Writers Needed!

The Art and Craft of Writing a Superversive Writing Class   For some time, Superversive Press has been talking about putting out a writing course–a series of videos or podcasts. This class would be based on my Writing Tips, my The Three Things I Tell Everyone–my collected information gathered from my years as a professional…

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