I am a writer who is a Christian rather then a Christian Writer. That is I don't concentrate on Christian topics. Though of course my Christianity does effect my work. I may change my selection of subjects here if the House Rules demand but I have seen no indication of such.
I have an interest in how people live and think. This includes such things as history, philosophy, theology, and coffee among other things. I also have a massive collection of books to which I continually add to. I am an epileptic and have few marketable talents and I live on disability. So writing which is one of the few things I can do well is sort of my contribution to society and this seems like a site where I can get my few skills used productively.
I am best on setting. My knowledge and subject feel give me an ability to grace the story quite well. I am average on plot. I am not as good as I would like on characters.
I cannot do love stories, and I have never tried a mystery. I have also never had the confidence or stamina to complete a full length book. I am best as an essayist and can do quite good book reviews, a few of which are in the customer review section of Amazon. I can also do short stories. Usually historical or pseudohistory.
I have three Myspace sites devoted to my short stories. I write stories in the blogs and use the profile to hook them together and set atmosphere. The sites are The Place by the Sea by Jason Taylor, Song of Hope by Jason Taylor and Marco Polo by Jason Taylor. They are linked on each other's friends list so if you find one you should find all. Myspace can be tricky and someone who has trouble finding them can message me.
This place looks like a good place to give back for what has been given me. It is also a place to fellowship with Christian intellectuals. Some psychologist once said that people like me constitute less then 2% of the population. I don't know if that is true but it often feels like that and brings quite a bit of loneliness with it. It is nice to meet with others with whom I share things in common.