I’m interviewing CJS Hayward, author of creative non-fiction “The Luddite’s Guide to Technology”. Welcome to my blog!
1) How long have you been writing?
2) Is The Luddite’s Guide to Technology your first book? If not, please tell us a little about your first book.
3) Why did you choose to write about technology?
4) Do you have any advice for aspiring authors?
5) Do you have any works in progress you’d like to tell us about?
About The Book
Author: CJS Hayward
Genre: creative non-fiction / religion and spirituality / technology – social aspects
Mammon, as it is challenged in the Sermon on the Mount, represents such wealth and possessions as one could have two thousand years ago. But that is merely beer as contrasted to the eighty proof whisky our day has concocted. The Sermon on the Mount aims to put us in the driver’s seat and not what you could possess in ancient times, and if the Sermon on the Mount says something about metaphorical beer, perhaps there are implications for an age where something more like eighty proof whisky is all around us.
Some have asked, “If a much lesser C.S. Lewis were Orthodox, what would he be like?” And the answer may well be, “CJS Hayward.”
Hayward has lived in the U.S., Malaysia, England, and France, and holds master’s degrees bridging math and computers (UIUC), and philosophy and theology (Cambridge).