Fictional Story Boarding Outline of The Hero’s Journey with Faith Points By Christina Sinisi (Adapted from work by Alexandra Sokoloff with the Faith Points Original) For each book I write, I start with a posterboard, the kind your child uses for the Science Fair. Then, I tape index cards going vertically for each of … Read more
Jason the choir director watches Rev. Daniel return to his study and notes the deep furrow in his [whose?] brow. He [who?] never married. He never tells his age. There is not a musical instrument he has not mastered or dabbled with. Music is his life. He revamped this song with the help of a … Read more
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Welcome to – Stories from the Bible – by Dave Parks. [SDi] I could insert from the About page here. How old was Elijah? Paintings in museums show Elijah with bald head and white beard.…[More] ii Where did you get the idea for The Boy Who Closed the Sky? In Kings and Chronicles…[More] When … Read more
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Donna@LiveByTheWord.com Title: Dave Parks Writes a Young Elijah I’m Dave Parks, an English teacher at colleges in Michigan, California, and China. I write to show how ordinary people in the Bible grapple with challenges. My first book is The Boy Who Closed the Sky, a novel about Elijah the prophet. I thought … Read more
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Which Elijah chapter was the most fun to write? 48. Brother Gone Mad. Quick Summary: Elijah spent three and a half years abroad with his heart aching for Milkah the girl next door. When the Lord finally tells him to come home, Milkah is glad to see him but… “you pop over the ridge like … Read more
One easy way to test your book hook is to describe it in four lines to your family and see if they can tell you what your book is about when it’s over. If it’s muddled, confused, etc., your book might need some work.
What did you want to be when you grew up? When did you realize you wanted to be a writer? When did you start to write? What was the first writing you had published? Where do you write your books? What is the best advice you have ever received about writing? What’s your first childhood … Read more
1. Open (or Edit) the page you want to copy 2. Click on Default Editor button near the top (below the title) 3. Right click on code & Choose Select All. Then right click and choose Copy. 4. Note the Avada Options at the very bottom, you may need to come back to this later. … Read more
Biblical Storytelling at Its Best “Elijah was a man with passions like ours.” – James 5:17 David Parks, Greenville College-educated author, in his recently published book, The Boy Who Closed the Sky, imagines himself as Elijah, the Prophet, whose story unfolds in the Bible in Kings 1 and 11. Parks makes his prose sparkle and … Read more
Manton cabin with Bev. Who’s that guy? My cousin. I’m going to marry him. Point guard When Delphine met my cousin Donald, she declared, “We already have one Donnie in the family. (Her brother.) We’ll call you George.” And we did. When her cousin married a man named Merlin, but Delphine said, “We already know … Read more
Chronicles of the Kings – Tales from the House of Omri – BC Tales – Bible Stories New – Old Stories New – 1. The Boy Who Closed the Sky 2. Escape to Zarephath 3. The Lord Said Listen 4. The Return of the Tishbite 5. The King’s Right-hand Man ————— “The Lord Said” series: … Read more
– To sketch Obadiah more deeply show him under the pressure of ALL his duties, wisecrack to himself about how he’s now got to become an expert on vineyards and olive orchards in addition to being an expert on horse husbandry – given that they were also selling horses as an important revenue stream. https://www.thetorah.com/article/megiddos-stables-trading-egyptian-horses-to-the-assyrian-empire
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Author Website Tyler Avada website design by robin https://julieklassen.com/ After I publish Obadiah, I want to market Elijah and Obadiah. Basic Pages – Home Books Blog About How to Build Here are some ideas for the website — from 7 Secrets of Amazing Author Websites Here are my notes. I like what I’m hearing. Kindle … Read more
The Making of a Full-Cast Audio Book: Interview With Wayfarer Producer Kenny Sargent Email Save “>SHARE As of just a few weeks ago, my gaslamp fantasy novel Wayfarer was transformed into a full-cast audio book, complete with original music and sound effects. For me, it was unique experience, having been approached by new audio theater company Sargent Family … Read more
Here are 5 I chose to re-read first. Re-reading Writing Books My mood reading applies here. I’ll pick up whichever one jumps out at me and read them in the order that feels most natural. But I’m excited to dive back in and see what they have to teach me. 1. On Writing by Stephen King. This … Read more
Hire an Editor? “Perfect to Me”: How Self-Editing Can Take Your Novel to the Next Stage Now that you’ve hired an editor: Best practices for working with an independent editor From Jack Cunningham – Tisha Martin – Editing – She charges a lot. I had to pay her $833 in three installments. From Susan Count … Read more
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A holy land tour photographed by blossoming rose volunteers. Photos by blossoming rose volunteers – Or – By the members of – Or – On tour with7 https://gatekeeperpress.com/how-to-publish-a-coffee-table-book-for-beginners/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwkruVBhCHARIsACVIiOwRlodUPspHucB0kK5ccZXqAi4lyqMVy9Il9ruEHdYttSBz3G4rUyMaArQnEALw_wcB Insert a Content Views thing here that holds old tour PAGES. And another for old tour POSTS. Where he came from – Tishbe – Hometown Where he confronted King Ahab – … Read more
Do a normal one for Elijah Back Cover Copy Formula Start w Gail’s piece Many years before Elijah became the wizened and bowed The whirlwind snatched an old… A white haired wrinkled Elijah Elijah was.. When the whirlwind snatched Elijah Chased by soldiers, fed by ravens, and sheltered by a widow in a distant land. … Read more
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March 10 – publish Friend of the King, Enemy of the Queen. April 1 – establish monthly blog of bunny trails from Elijah/Obadiah. May 1 – decide which projects to tackle and when. Here’s a list in order of preference: Chariot Tales – Elijah in Malachi, Matthew, & the Talmud – a novel The Footsteps … Read more
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When you find typos in The Boy Who Closed the Sky, please think “Second Edition” and send me the page number and the exact wording of the line. Use email (profparks at gmail.com) or this Leave a Reply form below, okay? If I make a second edition of I would like to… put a map … Read more
– Will I?