Friday, August 14, 2009

Is that Distant Thunder I Hear?

Our podcast guest today is Jimmy Root, Jr., the author of the prophetic fiction thriller, Distant Thunder.

Jimmy Root, Jr. is an author, blogger, and is a pastor with thirty years experience. He has lived in Costa Rica, in Central America, and Colombia, South America over a period of five years and is fluent in Spanish. He is professor of Eschatology (study of end times) for Global University in Missouri, is the host of the Bible Uncensored Radio Show, and a published author. Married with three grown children, Jimmy was born and raised in the mid-west and is an avid outdoors man, reader, and enthusiast of Nebraska Cornhusker Football.

On our podcast, Jimmy will discuss the following with Sarah Moore:
  • How the mundane things of life add to the development of characters caught up in an adventure.
  • How using everyday activities and experiences in writing can cure writer's block.
  • How writers can build emotion, conflict, and anticipation into their characters by tapping into their own experiences.
  • How current world events are prophesied in the Bible.
  • How fiction can build a platform of awareness and action.
Click here to listen... to the entire interview.

The ordinary and mundane can be utilized in developing extraordinary characters. Reality is a stimulating adventure just waiting to be written. Author and pastor Jimmy Root Jr, knows adventure. He portrays it in his fast-paced Prophetic Thriller called Distant Thunder--Book One of the Lightning Chronicles. Published by American Book Publishers, Distant Thunder is set to be released nationally on August 10, 2009.

For more information, please see www.lightningchronicles.com or visit Jimmy's blog www.lightningchronicles.blogspot.com


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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful and informative podcast. I am really motivated to buy and read this book by Mr. Root.

Tim said...

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This is great interview and great informative book description by Jimmy Root Jr, that makes me want to buy and read this book. I hope there is a series.