So, a lot has happened since my last post. Admittedly, I’ve been lazy and busy like crazy. It’s amazing how the thorns of the world choke out the good seeds that sprout.
I worked on the audio book for the Nero’s Circus Maximus and got most of the way through it. Then when editing the audio, which is a science, I realized I had wasted about a month because I had the wrong distance from the microphone. What I learned was that I paid three professional editors a lot of money and missed about thirty errors. OUCH!
After cleaning it up, I decided to pick up on travel assignments and save as much as I can to build a garage and have a soundproof room in it so the kids and dogs don’t inhibit me from doing the audio. At that point I’ll do the audio for books two and three and then work on finishing four. It truly is a labor of love. I presently dissecting Roman, Corinthians, Ephesians, and Galatians to see what I can piece into the storyline for the second book in the Christian and the Lion series.
When going through Luke and Acts, I realized something monumental. Luke recorded every monumental moment in Christ’s life and Paul’s, except for Paul’s death…. Why? Because Luke wrote acts before Paul was killed, otherwise it would certainly be in there. Why is that important because skeptics often say the Bible was written centuries after it was. We know that Paul was beheaded by Nero between 66 and 68 A.D.
So, what we get from that is that all of Luke’s work and Paul’s were in circulation before 66 A.D. thus putting the skeptics claims to rest.
Anyways, I’ll try to figure out how to upload some pics from the latest Guatemala mission about a month ago and in the meantime, I will be working on Victorian Rising and doing some extra character development for the rest of The Christian and the Lion series.
Pray for our nation to have a great revival.