Hello again, folks. Please don't think I've been idle in the 3-4 weeks since my last post. No indeed, I have been busy - busy being sick, that is, and trying to get better. I'm feeling almost 100% back to normal today, and thankful to be so. Today we're continuing the series on Flight School with some thoughts about movies, songs, and unintentional endorsements.
Posted by Jason McIntire | Nov 21, 2015
Posted by Jason McIntire | Oct 24, 2015
If you're not a writer or you don't use Createspace, you might want to skip this post. Don't unsubscribe, though (please!) - just wait for our next post, which will be another installment in the Flight School Q&A series.
So, authors and techies, here's a riddle for you. The official release date of Flight School was September 1, 2015. Why, then, does the following appear on the Amazon print listing for the book?
Posted by Jason McIntire | Oct 17, 2015
Not too long ago, I got a question about the perspective presented in Flight School on boy/girl relationships. In particular, some comments made by Jessie could lead one to believe that the story is meant to promote "courtship" and discourage "dating."
Posted by Jason McIntire | Sep 28, 2015
If you've read Flight School, you know that some of the "many choices" advertised on the cover are not of the simple right vs. wrong variety. For example, at once point Chris and Galen choose to go on to an appointment rather than return for a family crisis that they consider to be relatively minor. Did they do the right thing, or not?
Posted by Jason McIntire | Sep 15, 2015
After we released Flight School two weeks ago and began to get feedback from readers, one thing became immediately evident: people were confused by the "Mullerites" mentioned in the book. Not a few took the group to be a real-world denomination.
Two words to set the record straight: it isn't.
Posted by Jason McIntire | Sep 08, 2015
At this year's SHEM Convention in Springfield, Missouri, I had the privilege of meeting in person Hal and Melanie Young. Best known as the authors of Raising Real Men, these folks have also published two fiction books through their label, Great Waters Press. Both of these are stories about the Exodus written by a talented author and homeschool graduate named Hope Auer.
Posted by Jason McIntire | Sep 01, 2015
Today, we're thankful to announce the release of Flight School: One Summer, Many Choices, the long-awaited sequel to The Sparrow Found A House by Jason McIntire.
In Flight School, the Rivera kids are back with old friends, new friends, and new adventures. As they begin to grow up, they're also beginning to discover the problems, possibilities, and choices of adult…
Posted by Jason McIntire | Oct 06, 2014
Since I last posted, there has not been a lot of discernible progress on the writing front. In two months, I've barely added four thousand words to my work-in-progress. That doesn't seem like much, but then again, there have been similar time periods in which said work-in-progress shrank by this and larger amounts. The characters and plot have proven to be much more slippery than those…
Posted by Jason McIntire | Aug 04, 2014
It's been a bit quiet here on the blog for the last few months, but that's not because nothing is happening with Elisha Press. Indeed, the opposite is true. Just to write this post, I'm taking time away from my work-in-progress, which has been stuck just below 40,000 words for about two weeks. Plus there's another old manuscript in queue for editing, and also a "classic restoration" project still…
Posted by Jason McIntire | Feb 08, 2014
Do you like hymn stories? If so, you'll probably like Indescribable, a 2013 Christian movie based on the true story behind The Love Of God. Thanks to Joseph Graber and the Thorn Crown Project for providing a review copy of the movie, plus the DVD we're giving away at the end of this post.