New Stories, Old Book. Whether they are blatantly obvious or super subtle, so many of our favorite fairytale, fables, novels, movies, television shows, and songs are really just that, a new story based off of the world’s oldest and most popular book.
Through the years, I have been inspired by so many titles that are too numerous to mention in just one post. That is why I am excited to have the opportunity to discuss my favorite stories with you each week, and more importantly, I can’t wait to hear your perspective. I was captivated by the divine elements in the City of Angels, moved by the story of It’s a Wonderful Life, thrilled by The Exorcist, and enlightened by The Red Tent. It is amazing how you can find theological elements in everything from Superman to The Lion King. Read the rest of this entry
Yes, I named my introductory post after my novel – because without Legacy there would be no New Stories, Old Book – not for me anyway.
I’m going to avoid writing yet another profile. There will be links at the end of the post to find more of my profiles than you bargained for. I’d rather talk about where the idea for Legacy came from, and my relentless fan-girl state for all things Biblical FanFic, (or Christian Mythology as some call it). Read the rest of this entry