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Monday, April 7, 2008

Published Works now Available

The day has arrived, my faithful readers, to point your browsers to MindFlights Magazine and to Long Story Short. To the upper right in my blog, you will see two more works added to the 'published' list.

First there is an interview with author Bryan Davis, which I believe you will find very interesting. The link will bring you straight to the interview.

Second, and this is the one I am most excited about, Long Story Short just published "Moses and the Lamb." This story tells what happens when a little lamb witnesses its young master commit a sin, and decides to offer itself to Moses as a sacrifice. This is the second speculative fiction piece of mine, to be published. Unfortunately I couldn't link directly to the story, so the link at the upper right will bring you to the ezine. Just click on the 'fiction' tab when you reach the ezine, it will display a list of the recently published stories. Mine is near the top.

I hope you will all check out these published pieces and, of course, comment here with your thoughts!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Moses and the Lamb was very good. It was a great reminder and encouragement to me. Thank you for writing it. Even the tiniest sins are NOT to be overlooked. I can't excuse them or ignore them, I have to repent and take care of them.
Great story Scott.
Kelley

Scott Appleton said...

I'm glad you enjoyed it, Kelley! I've submitted another to them, we'll see what happens. If they accept it, I think you'll enjoy it as well.

Anonymous said...

I just read the interview you did with Bryan Davis. Very good. Thanks to you and Mr. Davis for taking the time to do the interview. I know for myself, I always like to know more about the authors and who they are as people and Children of God.
Kelley

WELCOME TO THE WRITING SITE OF SCOTT APPLETON

"Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones." -Proverbs 16:24

In a world where morality is forsaken and Christ neglected, wholesome books are uncommon. The themes of my writing are love, self-sacrifice, and honor.

I see my generation turning from God to the gods of this world. I see homes torn apart in the pursuit of pleasure and self-gratification. Children are murdered by the millions every year . . . without ever seeing the world outside their mothers' wombs. Through fiction I strive to encourage those who are willing, to stand against these things and be heroes and heroines; chivalrous, gentle, full of righteous indignation, and the fear and love of their Creator.