Having just announced the release of my new book, Stories of the Way, I was interested to find a story about jury nullification, or more precisely advocacy of jury nullification today (HT: The Agitator).
One of the two new stories I wrote for this book (an additional 23 stories are from this blog), is [...]
[This is a work of fiction, Copyright © 2009, Henry E. Neufeld. Any resemblance between the characters in this story and any in the real world is purely coincidental.]
It was a small hotel room in a small town, and Jack had driven three hours on small county roads to get there. Now he [...]
[This is a work of fiction.*]
Vernon noticed the arrangement of the room. As manager of a regional chain of restaurants, he was used to reading the way a meeting was set up and evaluating peoples’ attitudes.
It was hard to be precise about the five men sitting across from him. He saw eagerness [...]
[This is a work of fiction, and is part of my God-Talk club series. For more information follow the link.]
The God-Talk Club was gathered at the cafe, and everyone was fairly quiet. Even Ellen, who was normally their waitress was seated with them, claiming that she just happened to be getting off work. [...]
[This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance between the characters and real people or the places and real places is strictly accidental. What's more, this is practice fiction, wherein I practice writing dialogue, so any resemblance to real fiction is accidental as well. This is the second of the series. I introduced the [...]
This book is well out of the norm for my reading, but the topic caught my attention, as well as the dearth of information with which the author had to work. It is hard to write a good novel about a historical character when almost nothing is known about that character. It doesn’t really [...]
(Scripture: Luke 17:11-19; 2 Timothy 2:8-15)
This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance of any of the people, places, or events to anyone real is purely coincidental.
Janiva Jeffreys slipped through the doors of the church and found a seat near the back. It was a small church, with the yard poorly kept [...]