Jesus’ Return – A Scientific Fact

Posted by on Aug 2, 2014 in Historical Puzzles

Scientists and those who are religious have, it is commonly understood, been in conflict since the time of the Renaissance. The FreeMasons and other secret groups were founded on the notion that scientific ideas were contrary to many articles of faith. Believing that the earth went around the sun could get you into serious trouble at one time as could ideas about using rational thought. It is possible however that science will accomplish one of the longest held religious...

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Foreshadowing. What makes you read on? #4

Posted by on Nov 30, 2012 in On Writing

This is the final post in this series, created as a lead in the launch of The Jerusalem Puzzle ebook on Monday Dec 3rd.  We have had: A sense of adventure. What makes you read on? #1 Action opening alternatives. What makes you read on? #2 A sense of mystery. What makes you read on? #3 and now this final post in the series. Foreshadowing, for me, comes in two forms. The first is the simple, “something different was about to happen” phrase inserted in the text,...

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The Jerusalem Puzzle takes a big step forward

Posted by on Apr 4, 2012 in On Writing, The Jerusalem Puzzle

Last Friday I finished draft one and two of The Jerusalem Puzzle. I call it one and two because I go back every day and edit what I wrote the previous day. The Jerusalem Puzzle is written! On Monday I started on the next edit. I plan to have it finished by mid May, when I will send it to Harper Collins. I was pleased that both yesterday and the day before I was able to do my target of editing ten pages a day. This means, for me, that it’s fairly smooth already. That...

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