“A Chorus Of Echoes” is mainly about thoughts I’ve been pondering on. I’ve tried  to be focused in terms of the direction and finding a theme for the blog, but I’ve come to the conclusion that what you find here are at best “a chorus of echoes.” But, being Christian, the onset of my reflection and thoughts will have a Christian flavor to them.

Blog journey: 
I started this blog writing about Christianity (Jesus, God, church, ministry, theology, books) but somewhere at end of May 2011 I started really immersing writing poetry mainly due to depression. Here’s a post I wrote reflecting on poetry, entitled “Speaking as Though Being Silent.” I’m re-immersing myself in this writing journey again after being on an extended hiatus because of work.

Update: I haven’t been blogging much now that I’m working and staring a family. Getting into the groove of things. I honestly don’t know the direction of what’s going to be posted on the blog but I’m just leaving things open.

And for disclaimer’s sake, whenever there’s an opinionated post, the views you read  on this blog are solely mine and it is of course views that I have developed along the way  (Christian in flavor).

If you want to connect with me: Soundcloud and Twitter.


[Edited: October 18, 2014]

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    1. j says:


      Thanks for the comment and visiting my blog. Well I think it will live up to its expectation…its about God and listening to God in the most unlikely of places, so this should be good! I’ve got friends listening to Metal so this would really be something for them to read since anything spoken about metal nowadays is 99% negative.

  1. James Beamon says:

    Don’t mind me… just another writer in the trenches working toward pro publishing credit. I was trolling WordPress looking for other writers and I’m glad I found you. I just wanted to drop a line to wish you well on your road to publication.

    1. j says:


      Thanks for dropping by. I have to say that making it as a pro writer is something we all work towards. At times an impossible feat but dreams don’t come falling on our laps if we don’t strive for them. I hope you make it too. I’ll be sure to read your stuff!

  2. Richard and Mike says:

    Hello, J! Mike Morrell asked me to contact you because he really appreciates your blog and thinks you’d be an excellent candidate for his Speakeasy Blogger Network. Do you like to review off-the-beaten path faith, spirituality, and culture books? Speakeasy puts interesting books in your hands at no charge to you. You only get books when you request them, and it’s free to join. Sign up here, if you’d like: http://thespeakeasy.info

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