Every book ever written serves a purpose. While it’s high-quality entertainment, there is a blatant purpose in Lord of Columbia. As readers will soon find, Lord of Columbia preaches freedom and prosperity in ways they don’t teach in America’s public schools.
Hi, my name is Todd Matthews. I created an alter-ego named Toddy Liberty, who shares my viewpoints but does so in an arrogant, politically incorrect, and diabolical way. Whereas Liberty is arrogant, Todd Matthews (my real, legal name) shares Liberty’s views, but in a classy way. So, what does this have to do with my main protagonist in Lord of Columbia? Everything.
Thanks to the Jerry Jenkins Guild and several other professional works and courses, I saved myself a lot of time and potential embarrassment as we continue to countdown to the release of Northern Knights. Here are twenty-one things I learned, as outlined by Jerry Jenkins.
The American Revolution may arguably have been my greatest influence behind Lord of Columbia. Sure, it’s an age-old event, but Lord of Columbia is very related to the American Revolution set in a modern-day, fantasy realm.
Lord of Columbia, Northern Knights Synopsis.