featuring courage received through God's grace

William A. Wright (Bill) and Dale Ann Edmiston (Brave Knight Writers) are a husband-and-wife writing team. Bill gets the ideas, discusses them with Dale Ann, and writes up the draft; Dale Ann then works on the content and line edits. Our theme is all about spiritual warfare (hence the brave knights), because our stories feature a character tapping into courage received through God's grace.

Charities we support: Promise of Life Network, Vintage Wings, Inc., and Living Waters

Unless otherwise noted, all Scripture quotations are taken from the Christian Standard Bible, copyright 2017 by Holman Bible Publishers. Used by permission. Christian Standard Bible and CSB are federally registered trademarks of Holman Bible Publishers.

New Releases

Above and Beyond: radio silence is a historical fiction account of an airman’s World War II experience. While much focus is given to Generals and those who rise to glory in fierce battles, this story focuses on a select group of airmen.... learn more

Conceived in the distant past, forgotten and overgrown, one might be surprised where a paper alley leads. While the obvious is found on well-worn streets, the truth may lie down a path less traveled. The alley may not look like much ... learn more

An imbalance of energy can wreak havoc in the visible world. So it is with spiritual energies in the invisible provinces. In the eye of a hurricane, there can be peace, even as destruction swirls beyond the eye wall. Only a fool rests in the eye of a storm, for at any time a rogue wave... learn more

Avaliable Now

World War II, Korea, Vietnam. All wars massive in scope change society on the whole and yet really just one life at a time. Some choose their path, while others stumble onto it. All trails lead somewhere, all trials end. Do you know where your trail leads? ... learn more

Through sheer grit, Jim Fisher rose from scrapyard worker to controlling the electrical grid of Pittstown. Endless shifts restoring power after storms and keeping utility workers safe cost him his family and home. The stress of... learn more

Why do we seek to control events in our lives when so much is determined in the spiritual realm? Highlights the power of turning it all over to God. Derived from a journal kept over the course of a year of invasions into an otherwise idyllic lifestyle.... learn more

Recent News & Posts


Lady of the Lamp

“Lady of the Lamp” We stumbled upon a book titled 100 Great Lives. Penciled inside the cover were words gifting the book from a father to his son on Christmas of 1944. Words stimulate thoughts and feelings, and these created a visual of time travel and of wonder surrounding the Christmas of 1944, a world at war. The book is fascinating, and I chose an excerpt to use in this blog. My choice throws us back even further in time and to another war, in the Crimea, and the courage of a woman who cast more

a good life, INTERRUPTED

a good life INTERRUPTED, by Sam Girod (A true story) It took courage for Sam to write about his travesty of being convicted of drug trafficking. He is after all one of the plain folks, Amish. He didn’t write his story to gain fame or fortune, he admits to violating the rules of the FDA. Knowing many Amish gives me an extra insight into the culture clash between his and the modern world. He sincerely saw no wrong in what he did—the Amish have a unique slant on life. When I read this work, I found more

Courage to be Ourselves

  “The biggest challenge of life is to be yourself in a world that is trying to make you like everyone else.” Anonymous Courage to be who you are. Early in our adult experience with relationships, some create false images to attract others. It’s natural for everyone to want to be liked. The problem with not being genuine is it can’t be maintained over the long haul. Eventually your true self surfaces. With experience and confidence, we learn to be ourselves. If we’ve built more