Welcome to my home page. Thanks for visiting!!

I just released a new novel, A Town Called Babylon, in June 2017. You can learn more about it by clicking here.

In addition to writing novels, I spend a chunk of my time writing devotions that encourage, challenge, and inform the Church, focusing particular attention on topics rarely addressed by other authors or pastors during their Sunday sermons. My hope is that God uses these messages to awaken His church from her spiritual slumber and equip people with a deeper understanding of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus.

I am available as a speaker for church, library, and community groups and can tailor my talk to a specific audience. For more information, you can reach me at: Roderick@RoderickCyr.com

Finally, I would love to hear from you. Feel free to drop me a note at your convenience.




2 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi. I won the Goodreads giveaway for your book “An Absence of Justice” and just finished reading it. It was not my usual genre for reading, but I really enjoyed it. I looked you up online and was happy to find your blog and see that you are a Christian as well. God bless you in your writing. I love to read and write and it is a dream of mine to write a book someday.

    1. Jennifer-
      Thanks for the comment and feedback. It’s always great to hear from a reader.
      Glad to hear you won a copy of the book and enjoyed the read!!
      Best of luck in your writing. Hope you continue to read my work – both the blog and the novels.

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