My last two posts have parsed some of my thoughts on the meaning of just one passage from the Book of Enoch. It’s possible to write entire books on this text and its relationship to the biblical canon, but that’s already been done by scholars far more qualified than myself. What I’d like to leave […]Read more "Thoughts on Enoch, Part 3"
Last week, I began a topical analysis on the Book of Enoch, with special emphasis on the following passage: And Azâzêl taught men to make swords, and knives, and shields, and breastplates, and made known to them the metals of the earth and the art of working them, and bracelets, and ornaments, and the use of antimony, and the beautifying of the eyelids, […]Read more "Thoughts on Enoch, Part 2"
Greetings, Voyagers! With The Gevaudan Project launch out of the way, I am at long last returning to my topical posts. Today, I’ll actually be revisiting some themes I touched on in my previous posts Human Horizons and Thoughts on Magic, Part 1 and Part 2. Like all of us, I continue to learn as […]Read more "Thoughts on Enoch, Part 1"
Greetings, Voyagers! I’m officially back from my post-launch sabbatical. As a reward for your patience, I would like to officially announce my next novel, currently in-progress and which I expect to take me at least two years to finish. The first draft of the first chapter is currently available for download from my mailing list. […]Read more "Announcing: Talos"
Well, the last day of The Gevaudan Tour is finally here. A special thank you to all my my readers, reviewers, participants and fellow Voyagers as we bring it to a close. This will mark the start of a 2-week sabbatical for me, but don’t worry – I plan to return to my regular posting […]Read more "The Gevaudan Tour: Friend Friday"
Check out my guest post at http://www.markcarverbooks.com discussing The Gevaudan Project and the horror genre! Available Now From Amazon!Read more "The Gevaudan Tour: My Approach To the Horror Genre"
Check out fellow sci-fi author and theologian Tony Breeden’s review of The Gevaudan Project here! While you’re at it, take a look at some of his other writings on pop culture, speculative fiction, and Genesis! Available now on Amazon!Read more "The Gevaudan Tour: Book Review by Tony Breeden"