amalgam.

8 thoughts on “amalgam.”

  1. I am on part two of Nevada and I have been sucked in so far. I am really enjoying it. Oh, and Spinal Cord Perception was incredible as well. Can’t wait to finish Nevada. Keep writing.

  2. I just finished Nevada a few hours ago. The book was absolutely riveting. I finished the last 200 pages in 2 sittings. I just couldn’t put it down.

    The bleak picture that you paint of the sin in our culture and how easily we as humans fall into it and become entangled was convicting and heartbreaking. Being a fan of cryptozoology I enjoyed your interpretation of the dragon myths worldwide. As a believer, the way you portrayed the end of days was bleak and plausible and well way more awesome than Left Behind.

    Thank you for ending the novel with hope, redemption and restoration.

    I loved the book and think it would make a great film. Please keep writing.

  3. Hey man,

    So I thought you should know that today, in my COM 215 Fiction Writing class, we discussed the elements of Nevada’s front artwork. I had been reading it before class started, the prof noticed, and commented about – and we discussed everything that made it what it was.

    So basically. Nevada is showing up in college fiction courses. Feels good, doesn’t it? =]

  4. I absolutely loved Nevada and The Spinal Cord Perception! Finished both of them in one day! Same with The Insect. That was so good and so meaningful. I absolutely loved all the books and the meanings of all of them. Can’t wait for more!
    And good luck to Showbread in the future, too!

  5. Just thought I’d let you know that I finished Nevada last night and it was one of my favorite books of all time. At moments, I was taken aback by the unabashed gore and detail, but to me that seems to sort of be the point. At any rate, a very thought-provoking book.
    Also the parable of the field and the hot spring rang very true to me, and I’m sure many others.

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