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 all of our stories feature a character tapping into courage received through God's grace.

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


Pondering African Diary

Pondering Bill Bryson’s African Diary African Diary is a quick read—Bryson as always makes it fun, but it brought back memories of my own Kenyan experiences. He mentions seeing a Masai warrior, I not only saw them as they danced in front of the gates at Nairobi National Park holding their spears and jumping ten feet in the air, but I posed for a picture with them. “Twenty dollar,” one demanded. My fellow missionaries from that day on called me Twenty Dollar Bill. Well, at least until more

Creation's Beauty

Englishman Brendon Grimshaw bought an uninhabited island in the Seychelles archipelago for $13,000 in 1962 and went about the task of clearing scrub, planting trees and importing giant tortoises on the verge of extinction. His labors covered a forty year stretch and at 81 he turned down a fifty million dollar offer for the island. His island contains 2/3 of the Seychelles fauna and due to his efforts 2,000 species of birds inhabit the island. The island has become a national park. What an inspiration, but our more

Instead, by Grace: from dark to light

So, as you read our true story, Instead by Grace: from dark to light, pay attention to my introduction of a very special character during the break-in scene, our watchdog. He’s very good at yelling at rabbits in the light of day, even chases a coyote at one point. I write the coyote chase off as an impulse, half-way into it he did a sanity check and stopped dead in his tracks. But during the break-in scene as his master tries to prevent a middle of the night intrusion, does he offer backup? Where is he? He’ more