Links to Old Posts

I got to thinking how new readers might like to look at old posts of mine.  Yeah, I know… yet it’s possible!

But that brought up a bit of a challenge.  Either I’ll have to leave my old blog up, or I’ll have to do the work of transferring them here.  Both options aren’t all that appetizing, so how about a third choice?

Below are links to the better of all my old posts.  Hopefully it’s the best of both worlds…


7/11/10 –  Church Protests Comic-Con

7/17/10 – The changing world of publishing, I Like Write, and Newsletter

7/24/10 – Ethics in Speculative Fiction

7/31/10 – The Idea Behind Inception

8/7/10 – Dreams

8/21/10 – Some of my Favorite Sci-fi sites

9/4/10 – Reflections on Dragon Con

9/9/10 – Villains

9/17/10 – The Dilemma of Being a Christian Author

9/29/10 – Gizmos and Gadgets – Life Imitating Art

10/6/10 – Power and Responsibility

10/21/10 – Halloween fun

10/28/10 – Creativity

11/4/10 – Goal Setting

11/12/10 – Science vs. Religion: Can They Coexist?

11/24/10 – Science Vs. Religion:  Can They Intersect?

12/3/10 – Science Vs. Religion: What Can They Learn From Each Other?

12/9/10 – My Speculative Fiction Christmas Wish List

Forgotten – A Web-Only Short Story
Links to each installment… 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

About EDC

EDC is an award-winning author with a passion for telling imaginative stories resonating with universal truths. His latest novel, Runaway, is a futuristic action/adventure inspired by the book of Philemon. EDC was born in Georgia, growing up in the suburbs of Atlanta, where he now lives with his wife, Amy, and daughter, Emma. Besides writing and being employed as an analyst in the airline industry, he has worked as a volunteer with youth, church planting, and Compassion International. He enjoys landscape gardening, listening to alternative rock, and playing the swordfight game on Wii Sports Resort.
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