Melanie Schubert's #GregoryAndTheGrimbockle is a heart-warming tale of adventure that underscores the hidden connections binding us all.
Omaha, Nebraska - The front half of a chopped-up, orange Volkswagen beetle sat on the front porch of the Hollywood Candy shop. Protruding from the wall across from it, a five-foot tall nose inhaled the delicate fragrance of the flowers filling both sides of the path. Keagan and I stepped up to the door, careful to steer… Continue reading A Somewhat True Tall Tale: Trip to Omaha
We homeschool. Last year, our son did Mad-Lib style poetry with his vocabulary words resulting in some interesting poems. Hope this one brings a smile to your face as it did ours. I go forward, after stopping. I proceed. You weren’t easily approached. You weren’t accessible. You break away from me. You secede. Your tummy… Continue reading Mad-Lib Style
Reader feedback has been so encouraging since 'Rocket City' was first completed in March, that I released a revised edition of the teen steampunk short on Amazon and Smashwords. However, since it is my hope that this is only the beginning for Jude and the world of Rocket City, anyone who signs up for my… Continue reading Venture into ‘Rocket City’
August 11, 2017, Bloomington, MN - In early July, five years after opening, Just Born Candy Company's Peep store in the Mall of America closed up shop. Candy Universe now presides over the first-floor location. Details are unclear and, as of this reporting, no official account of the store closing has been found. However, unidentified mall workers… Continue reading Without a Peep
On September 7, 2017, I will launch Life in a Fallen World, a website offering Biblical strategies and encouragement for navigating hard times. Encounter devotions, original stories, and (bad) poetry contributed by myself and other writers. Follow Life in a Fallen World on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook for updates. "Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, 'I am the light… Continue reading Life in a Fallen World Launch