Showing posts from April, 2014

Author Interview with W. Richard Lawrence

Today I'm blogging over at Stitches Thru Time with an author interview with Richard Lawrence! Here's a sample. I'm excited to introduce you to one of my long time friends! Richard Lawrence (or Mr. Lawrence as I've known him) and his wife were two of my speech and debate coaches in high school. I knew then that he'd written a whole line of homeschool science curriculum, but I was very excited when I heard that he's recently released a Christian Suspense! Mr. Lawrence, thanks so much for joining us today! Please tell us a little about yourself. I live in northern Colorado with my wife, Debbie, who works as my sounding board while I’m putting my fiction stories together. Debbie and I have backgrounds in electrical engineering and have written 12 award winning science books together. We also ran a science supply company for several years. After a publishing company picked up our books we shut down the business. I then decided to try something different,

Happy Birthday Jefferson! #Giveaway and Interview with Murray Pura

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary... Rembrandt's Thomas Jefferson The man that penned these infamous words and put freedom in writing for Americans was born on this very day, 271 years ago. To commemorate the birthday of this American Hero, I've invited friend and fellow author Murray Pura to share some interesting facts about this Virginian. He's written a best selling short story on him that released in February!   In celebration of Jefferson's Birthday, we're giving away a kindle copy of BOTH volumes of the Declaration of Independence series on Thomas Jefferson and Samuel Adams! Murray, thank you for being with us. we're honored to have you here today! I loved the part of your story discussing Jefferson's original wording in the declaration. Is it true that some of the founding fathers wanted to outlaw slavery right off?   Jefferson owned slaves but it seems to me he wanted to be done with it personally as well as