The Master’s Inn
Three broken families, a snowstorm, and a bear . . .
Have you ever been so excited you could barely speak?
That’s me, right here, right now . . .
After ten years–yes, you read that correctly–a story I started in 2012 is finally going to be flung out into the ether for you to enjoy later this year.
It started as a play. The play was produced, directed by yours truly, and we–the cast and crew and I–had a blast doing it.
Fast-forward to 2016.
I published my first book in 2016. Then another in 2017, and yet another in 2018. If you’re interested in checking those out, go to my Books page for information and buy links.
While I was working hard to write those creative non-fiction stories, the characters of The Master’s Inn kept annoying me.
Actually, pestered is a better word. Awake, asleep, it didn’t matter. They wouldn’t leave me alone. What were they saying?
“We want to be a novel . . . please, please, please?”
So, mostly to get them all off my back, I hit the keyboard and turned a one-and-a-half-hour play into a full-length novel.
And then I had a really cool idea. During revisions, revisions, and more revisions, I decided to interview the characters as a way of digging deeper into what makes them tick.
I turned those interviews into blog posts, which were published on my website off and on during the last year or so. Now, as a way of announcing to the world that the characters of The Master’s Inn have finally had their way with me, I’ve gathered all of the interviews together in this blog post for your convenience.
(A previous blog post from September 2020 about The Master’s Inn might tickle your fancy also. Read it here.)
And last, but certainly not least . . .
I hope you enjoy getting to know them before the novel is released. And I hope your interest is piqued enough that you want to read about these three families who are brought together under a massive freak snowstorm by the God who loves each of them, and longs for them to finally let go of their pasts and move into their futures.
Watch for news about the release date of The Master’s Inn . . . aiming for October 2022.
And did I mention I’m excited? 🙂