Something in the Genre
of Imagination

Home of science fiction and fantasy author
DJ Edwardson

Adventure on every page

Into the Vast

"The story draws you in and will not let go until the last page. Into the Vast is a tale of courage, hope and bravery. Daring escapades and adventures keep you engrossed, and I look forward to the next book in this series. A must-read!"

- Reader's Favorite

Through the Viscera

...my favorite thing about this story is the gentle and inventive way that the author illustrates truth throughout the story.

- Author Jenelle Schmidt

Artificer's Apprentice

Concise, tight and well-imagined, the very language pulls the reader into comprehension all along the way. If you're looking for a highly crafted, imaginative, alien feeling world -- that somehow still feels familiar -- don't miss this fun read.

- Amazon Reviewer

Latest Release

The third and final book in The Chronotrace Sequence

Using the chronotrace, a device capable of looking back into time, Adan discovers the Developers' next point of attack, but a window to the past can’t prepare him for what the future has in store. He will have to risk his life, his future, and everything he’s fought for if he hopes to survive.

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Stories as big as the Universe

Recent Updates

Running to Stand Still

Running to stand still is the title of an old U2 song. It also aptly describes where my life has been the past couple of months.

Introducing Jots and Tittles

Introducing my catchall post series, “Jots and Tittles” where I comment on random motes floating through the lazy summer afternoon of my thoughts.

Lewolkien 2017

Lewolkien 2017 was a treasure trove of literary goodness. Featuring insights from Lewis and Tolkien scholar Devin Brown, award-winning author and scholar.

2016 Grace Awards Finalist

Sometimes amazingly wonderful things happen when you least expect it. In this month’s newsletter we take a dive over Serendipity Falls and end just north of Amazing. Read on to find all about it.

Review: Art and the Bible

I feel pretty confident when I say this, that Art and the Bible by Francis Shaeffer, if you are a Christian, is…

Quote: Wiser Sons

Reflections on the quote by Alexander Pope: We think our fathers fools, so wise we grow. Our wiser sons, no doubt will think us so.