|Occupation||Author | Blogger | Pastor|
|Location||Ashburn, VA, United States|
|Introduction||Brian Tubbs writes both fiction and non-fiction. He speaks, writes, and blogs regularly on faith and spirituality, history, personal development, religious freedom, freedom of speech, and science fiction and fantasy (including the increasingly popular gamelit / litrpg genre). He is married with two children (one adult and one teenager).|
|Interests||Bible, American history, fantasy and science fiction, litrpg / gamelit, politics, writing, strategy games (board and computer), and crab leg seafood buffets|
|Favorite Movies||Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Ben Hur, Star Wars, Chronicles of Narnia, Apollo 13, Amistad, The Lord of the Rings|
|Favorite Music||Contemporary Praise & Worship, Classic Hymns, Handel's Messiah, Patriotic, some of the 80s pop music|
|Favorite Books||The Bible, Loving God by Charles Colson, Hand Me Another Brick by Charles Swindoll, Vindicating the Founders by Thomas G. West, John Adams and 1776 by David McCullough, George Washington's War by Robert Leckie, Rise to Rebellion and Glorious Cause by Jeff Shaara, The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara, Gone for Soldiers by Jeff Shaara|
If there's no I in team, why is there meat?
Apologies to my blog readers, but I have nothing to do with these "Random" questions.