This might be Hillary's political waterloo

by Jim Fletcher -- Summer in south-central Arkansas is hot, muggy, sweaty, sticky. The humidity is bad, too. The Hot Springs area, only a possum-throw from Bill Clinton's boyhood hometown of Hope, more…

Christian publishing full of rotten fruit

by Jim Fletcher -- Although few talk about it publicly, I continue to be astonished by the rotten fruit in the Christian book publishing industry. I feel almost forced to say this more…

Where can you find Jesus in Old Testament?

by Jim Fletcher -- Sadly, in 2016 America, many churches virtually ignore the Hebrew Scriptures, or, as Christians refer to the collection of books, the Old Testament. The OT's records of history, more…

Is there a wrong reason to write a book?

by Jim Fletcher -- In the giant metaphorical landfill where most published books go to die, there is a strong common denominator: hubris. In college, one of my writing professors told us: more…

Want to write a book? Read a book!

by Jim Fletcher -- Summer vacations are looming, and with them appear the prospect (for some!) of long, luxurious hours spent holding a book, soaking in the thoughts of another. Summer reading more…

Beware 'absolute, unchecked government power'

by Jim Fletcher -- Michael Savage is the most entertaining radio talk show host alive today. He is also very informative, even when he is presenting views that might be considered extreme. more…

For writers: To agent or not to agent?

by Jim Fletcher -- Writers who want to be published (or who have already been published) are constantly in a state of turmoil trying to answer the question: Do I need an more…

Israel in forefront of cyber-terrorism

by Jim Fletcher -- One of the pleasures of interviewing writers is the opportunity to visit with experts in various fields. Knowing the 2016 CyberTech Conference had just concluded in Israel, I more…