Satan was transformed from “Adversary”—a destructive, death-dealing devil—to “Light-Bearer”—the ultimate wellspring of creativity and freedom of expression.
Detwiler keeps Christian mythology ubiquitous, tailoring it into the essence of the narrative without ever making it feel like a sermon.
I go through the whole mantra every time: I’m a bad writer. I suck. I need to quit writing and be a plumber.
I believe it is time to talk about some of the biblical aspects of the Forlorn series and where they came from, especially as they are somewhat controversial.
The challenge of writing a fourth book in a “trilogy” is always upping the ante. Every installment has to get more intense—the stakes need to be higher.
The American Revolution was extraordinary because it succeeded—it was the first (and last) revolution to establish a lasting peace, a stable government and a free people.
It was God who created the world and said, “It is good.” But if He didn’t, then it isn’t.
With today’s teens turning to action-packed tomes of fantasy, wizardry and mythical creatures with no mention of God, Gina Detwiler has written Forlorn, Young Adult speculative fiction where teens face angel and demon battles of spiritual warfare.