My first novel was written as a birthday present for a friend. Since we were both into comic sci-fi at the time (think Hitchhikers' Guide to the Galaxy) that's what I wrote, involving using virtual reality to explore the galaxy. The end result can be downloaded for free from Smashwords.
Later, while living in St. Petersburg, Russia, I decided I wanted to try my hand at historical fiction, mainly in an attempt to write a commentary of the book of Revelation disguised as a novel. (After all, if others can do that, why not me?) I enjoyed writing historical fiction so much, I decided to complete a trilogy of them!
There are now three titles in the Exegetical Histories series, all published by MST Press:
- The Ephesus Scroll explores what Revelation would have meant to the original hearers living towards the end of the first century AD. It is also available as a free download from Smashwords.
- The Corinth Letters looks at the letters of 1 and 2 Corinthians and explores the complicated relationship between the apostle Paul and the church that he founded in Corinth.
- The Rome Gospel examines the context in which the first gospel, the gospel of Mark, was committed to writing, with flashbacks into the book of Acts.
I also wrote a two act play on the life of King Saul, entitled Saul, First King of Israel. Unfortunately, this play has never been performed. If you happen to know a drama group looking for an exciting, new script, then please let me know!