Now that I’ve got grandkids (and am getting killed at games of Sorry), some of my writing passion is heading in this fun juvenile direction! I hope you’ll share some of these grace-bathed stories with your young friends.


With ten adult-themed books all happening at Bangkok Christian School, a lot of these romances have turned into marriages . . . and now a whole flock of kids coming into their own. Rachel Marie and Khemkaeng have Gage and Katrina; Dr. Ratana and her long-haired husband, Noah, are the proud parents of Jaidee. There’s plenty of adventure and teasing and old-fashioned fun, all bathed in pineapple smoothies and trips to the water park.

Kites & Angels


It’s here! I’ve had this amazing story percolating for several years, and it’s finally on the Amazon bookshelf. “Rescue of the Blue Planet” is aimed at Christian teens – really, grades five and up – but I sure hope all my adult friends enjoy it as well.

Like me, some of you devoured the C. S. Lewis Space Trilogy; the powerful middle volume is entitled “Perelandra.” It’s basically the Garden of Eden temptation happening again, circa WWII, but on a faraway world. This YA novel flips the story around. Other highly developed world happen BEFORE Planet Earth; their holy civilizations have developed smart phones, kids play basketball, the cars are self-driving. Then the saga of our own Adam and Eve happen millennia after their own growth to perfection. It’s a fun premise, and I hope you and your junior-high friends will be blessed by the Calvary conclusion.

Rescue of the Blue Planet