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GK and Virginia Ann Werner write genre stories from a Biblical perspective. They live in Slower-Lower Delaware with their cats and dogs (who have many tales, but never tell). GK also teaches English, history and martial arts; Virginia composes melodies for Bible memory verses and for her own lyrics, and writes poetry. She is a home-maker who enjoys cooking, pets and children. (No, not like in fairy tales--punctuation matters!)

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G.K. Werner Thanks for asking. Robin of Locksley begins with a story of Robin at age eight and one as a teenager, but I haven't written any others about his…moreThanks for asking. Robin of Locksley begins with a story of Robin at age eight and one as a teenager, but I haven't written any others about his childhood. I have a few ideas and if they become a set of stories I'd be happy to publish a book between Robert of Wakefield and Robin of Locksley. The way you phrased that makes me wonder -- raising Robin Hood? That couldn't have been easy for Megan and Robert.(less)
G.K. Werner I haven't experienced it yet. I have far more ideas for tales and scenes and characters than time to develop them. I have lots of fragments and notes…moreI haven't experienced it yet. I have far more ideas for tales and scenes and characters than time to develop them. I have lots of fragments and notes in numerous envelopes. When I'm momentarily not sure where I'm going with a scene or a character, I switch to another one or further develop, tighten or revise my outline if I have one at that point. Also, I usually have more than one unfinished story going at a time, so if I'm still working something out about one of them, I'll go to another and let my subconscious deal with it for a while. Maybe that's actually the solution to writer's block. I just call it a pause for decision making, and I always have something else to go back to.(less)
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Miranda toddled down the long hallway to the towering china cabinet and tried once again to open the glass door. She loved staring at all the beautiful treasures and begged her mother everyday to let her play with one of the 'toys' locked away inside. And her mother would alway... Read more of this blog post »
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