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See Brian Write / Brian LeTendre Interview with Alexandra Clair

http://www.seebrianwrite.com/2013/09/see-brian-write-episode-10-alexandra.html
Interview with Brian LeTendre.  Nice chat about writing in general, about my books, Wood's End and Discerning Spirits.  Brian is also a writer and has many projects going.  He dedicated this show to the memory of Brian Churchill.  Thank you to Screw Pulp CEO, Richard Billings for setting up this interview.  www.screwpulp.com A new site with a new concept for connecting readers and writers.  You can go to this site and for now, download my books free.  There was formerly a requirement to then tweet about the book, but that requirement is no longer in place.  As it turns out many of you, like me, don't tweet.  Blessings...  Update 9/30/13 / I've been recently criticized for doing this interview.  My personal and world view doesn't need to agree with every person I talk with.  Not only is that not Biblical, but if that were a necessary criteria I wouldn't write... hey, I wouldn't leave th…

Brian Churchill / Healed of the Lord

My good friend, Brian Churchill, went home to be with his Savior, Jesus Christ yesterday. Everyone who knew Brian will forever miss him.  Many of us prayed and believed that God would physically heal him.  Right until the very end we fasted and prayed, as King David did, until we understood that God had a different plan.  Jesus Christ, whom Brian loved so very much, has now eternally healed His bond-servant and strong man of faith, Brian Churchill.  His lovely wife, whom Brian loved and was so very proud of expressed it best.  I've cut and pasted her words toward the end of this short blog.  Please pray for Brian's family; wife, son, brother, and his precious mother.    I've been asked about Wood's End.  Brian believed in the project. But for the funds the film would be made today.  He and I planned to do other Christian film projects together and spent many hours discussing the various scenes in my script and film in general.  Brian had an idea to write a romantic come…