Last June, I shared some about my writing—my inspiration, motivation, and purpose…my writing—style, characters, setting, and most of all, the message, which come from a life time of experiences as a missionary kid (“MK) and twenty-five years in the Army. So, having seen much of the world (no, not all of it), I write stories with the expression of hope, truth, and the acknowledgement of God—in today’s world setting of good versus evil, life and death, reality and imagination.
My genres include almost all of them: military romance, suspense thrillers, mystery, fantasy, futuristic, time travel, and general human interest…poetry in short story prose. I do not write horror or erotica. The underlying theme of my writing aims to penetrate the soul by exposing the feeling of both the oppressed and the victorious.
Additionally, a spiritual emphasis is placed through the characters’ actions, praise and worship of God, the heart of forgiveness, thankfulness, trust, and salvation. Just as normal people experience everyday life, my characters suffer heartache, defeat, temptations, and anxiety. Usually, they are able to overcome them by their heroic actions and faith in God.
In the past year, my books have been contracted with Creativia Publishing (Creativia.org). You can find them on Amazon:
Since the beginning of 2018, Creativia has published three of my books that had been self-published in the past:
Love in the House of War: http://mybook.to/LoveWar
Millennial Girl: http://mybook.to/MillennialGirl
Stone in a Sling: A Soldier’s Journey: http://amzn.to/2G5U6YO (Old site-Creativia link coming soon!)
Each of them have new covers (See attached).
Generally speaking, an author loves to engage with his/her readers. I am no exception. I would love to converse and as they say in the Army, “Swap war stories.” Believe it or not, we often will use your (readers) ideas to implement in a storyline and even some of us will give you full credits.
So, if you have time, please visit scottameehan.com and become a fan! Watch for future opportunities to win prizes, such as free books, Amazon gift cards, and other items.
Signing off for now.
Scott A. Meehan