The Creation of Vigilante’s Light

Tomorrow, my debut novel, Vigilante's Light, sees its official release. To say I'm ecstatic is an understatement; I've been working toward this for years, and have wanted to be an author since I was around nine years old. I have written everything from poetry to short stories, fan fiction to full-length novels, and publishing a... Continue Reading →

Freedom’s Fight announcement

Freedom's Fight, the sequel to Vigilante's Light, is coming soon from Ambassador International! This story will continue to follow the characters introduced in Vigilante's Light, as well as adding new and exciting characters to the world. Pre-order Vigilante's Light now before its release on February 23, 2021, and stay tuned for more information on Freedom's... Continue Reading →

Just Desserts – by Jake Tyson

“Hey, Micron, what do 'just desserts' taste like?” Andrew Ashton, dressed as his costumed alter-ego Minuteman, voiced the question as he and his teammate snuck through the door to the warehouse. Micron, a size-shifter named DeAndre, frowned at Andrew. “What are you talking about?” “Captain Condor said we were going to give Null Point his... Continue Reading →

Revealing The Seraph

Happy Friday! Today on all my social medias, I released a first look at the Seraph, the main character of Vigilante's Light. To go along with this reveal, enjoy the excerpt below, a few (slightly modified and condensed, to prevent spoilers!) paragraphs from the novel in which Gideon sees his suit the first time, and... Continue Reading →

My Top 10 Arrow Moments

In Tuesday's article on my goodbye to "Arrow," I promised a Top Ten of my favorite moments throughout the years of the show. Here is my list, which was very difficult to condense into a mere ten (okay, twelve) moments. Most of these picks are not action scenes, merely because if I started trying to... Continue Reading →

Arrow: A Heartfelt Goodbye

In less than 12 hours, my favorite television show will air its series finale. Although I am excited to see how it ends, I am also sad that after all this years, it's actually going to be over.   I first learned of "Arrow" when it was in its second season. I had heard that... Continue Reading →

When Fiction Antagonizes Our Faith

This Christmas season, Netflix released a host of holiday movies. One of them, a satirical comedy, is called "The First Temptation of Christ." This movie depicts Jesus as a gay man, bringing home a boyfriend on His thirtieth birthday (the year that, according to the Bible, His ministry started). Immediately, Christians rallied against the film,... Continue Reading →

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