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A missing man. A mysterious computer program--even the people constructing it don't know what it will do. Detective Harvey Larson was good at keeping his personal life out of his professional life--until he met Jennifer Wainthrop. The beautiful software designer…
Baggage Claim: a story of family and unexpected relationships, bundled in faith, and tied with the strings of suspense.What happens when a young man with a comfortable life decides to seek out his biological parents? For Ben Taylor, widower and father of…
This week's interview
Alexis A. GoringAlexis A. Goring is a passionate writer with a degree in Print Journalism and an MFA in Creative Writing. She loves the art of storytelling and hopes that her stories will connect readers with the enduring, forever love of Jesus Christ.
As a trained print journalist who has a passion for screenwriting, my stories are short and sweet because of my lessons on being “precise and concise.” Sometimes I feel these learned skills for writing newspaper articles hinder me from writing full-length, fictional novels. But I’m okay with that because novellas and novelettes are my specialty. People have told me they appreciate a book they can breeze through in a few hours. Another writer told me that my stories read like screenplays and remind them of Hallmark movies, which I consider a compliment. I’m excited to see what God does next and where He guides my writing career.