Tanara McCauley

Culturally Imagined Stories

Tag: romance

  • The Phoenix Rattler

    A rattlesnake is a fascinating (albeit formidable) creature. A mixture of strength, mystery, beauty and stealth, this unpredictable reptile has earned the awe with which humans regard it. For when least expected, it strikes. And its effects on the subject are not soon forgotten. The Christian Writers of the West (CWOW) are in search of entries for our […]

  • Week 6 Book 6: A Review of Taliesin by Stephen R. Lawhead

    It was the age of Atlantis, when nine kings ruled in peace and prosperity and the lives of their people were saturated with extravagance. It was also an age marked for destruction–a fate to dwarf the devastation caused by the outbreak of war after two millenia of peace. In Taliesin, Stephen R. Lawhead slashes through […]

  • Valentine Epic Fails

    For many, yesterday was a day of romantic bliss – a pause in the hectic day-to-dayness of life when they were able to wallow in the attention, affection, and generosity of their loved one. And for others…um, not quite. I had a long conversation with a friend last night who, though she would love for […]

  • Writing Contest!

      The deadline is fast approaching for the CWOW (Christian Writers of the West) Phoenix Rattler Contest! Are you an unpublished author or an author whose last publication was at least five years ago? This contest is for you! Submit ten pages of your manuscript (manuscript does not have to be completed) by the September 1st deadline for […]