Part One: a concussion launched me on the journey to the Web Surfer Series as it is today. Part Two: How God taught me to rely more on God in the writing process on the journey to the Web Surfer Series. [tweetthis remove_twitter_handles=”true” remove_url=”true” remove_hidden_hashtags=”true” remove_hidden_urls=”true”]Part Three: Eye-opening lessons from an unexpected, challenging answer to a sci-fi author’s prayer. [/tweetthis] Preview of Part Three: The character God challenged me to write about, Elisha Micah Gabrielson, was born with gender-ambiguous genitalia. In his day, the turn of the 22nd century, such children’s original birth certificates always give their gender as “intersexed” and the only treatmentRead More →

I recently shared a testimony that I encourage you to go check out. Here is a preview. In the spring of 2011, I excitedly began work on the first novel of a new sci-fi series. While still writing the first few chapters, my husband decided to go to a last-minute, Saturday seminar about twenty minutes away from where we lived. I’d been looking forward to a relaxing day at home with him and asked that we skip this one, but he insisted, so off we went, with a device with directions on it in my hand. We never arrived. Instead, I “woke up” from strange dreamsRead More →