Dramatizing History

Last night we had a staged reading of my play “The Reluctant Convert” about C.S. Lewis’ conversion from atheism to Christianity. It was a very productive, edifying experience, having given me a lot of food for thought about where to take my next draft of the script. Continue reading “Dramatizing History”

Idea: In the wake of The Work and the Glory.

The world of historical fiction seems to be alive and thriving in the LDS community, but I’d be interested in seeing the sales figures for all these series. Are they actually selling that well, or are publishers just putting them out in hopes of hitting the same popularity jackpot snagged by The Work and the Glory series? Whatever the case, historical fiction currently makes up an astoundingly large share of the LDS fiction market. Continue reading “Idea: In the wake of The Work and the Glory.”