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Tolkien’s Akallabeth: Treasure Hidden in a Field (or by a Wave)

Tolkien’s Akallabeth: Treasure Hidden in a Field (or by a Wave)

Guest Blogger: H.G. Ferguson Say the name “Tolkien” and immediately images flourish about rings, trilogies, hobbits and fabulous fantasy films. Everybody knows The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit and perhaps even The Silmarillion. But how many Christians have read or even heard of “Akallabêth,” Tolkien’s story of the downfall of the greatest kingdom of […]

Myths: Redemption, Not Reproduction

Myths: Redemption, Not Reproduction

Guest Blogger: H.G. Ferguson Recently the question of how mythology relates to Christian fantasy — if it relates at all — was raised on Speculative Faith by Elijah David, and by Mike Duran, and the conclusion reached is that myths can be “redeemed,” i.e., mythological creatures, stories et al. can indeed be woven into a […]

Writing Lessons Learned

Writing Lessons Learned

Guest Blogger: Amy Brock McNew Three days ago, my second novel released to an expectant audience who have been hounding me to get it into their hands. It is, in a word, surreal. I’ve put two books out in the world, and people actually like them! When I think about it, it’s overwhelming. I’m just […]

Cover Reveal: Ashen City

Cover Reveal: Ashen City

Guest Blogger: Sara Baysinger Black Tiger was released October 6, 2016, and now it’s time to announce the release date and cover reveal for Ashen City, Book Two in the Black Tiger Series. A bit of history first… I wrote Ashen City exactly a year ago (January 2016), and I wrote the ENTIRE book in […]

Mythic Orbits 2016: Making an Anthology

Mythic Orbits 2016: Making an Anthology

Guest Blogger: Travis Perry Mythic Orbits 2016 had a basic motivation as an anthology project: To collect and publish the very best short stories I was able to find by Christian authors, without any pre-defined theme. Stories first had to be interesting or intriguing. Solid endings with a strong emotional payoff were essential, as they […]

What I Learned Between Book One and Book Three

What I Learned Between Book One and Book Three

Guest Blogger: Amy Williams When I held Nameless, my first published novel, in my hands in December 2014, I didn’t try to imagine the day when I would touch the final book in the trilogy. That first book had to sell enough copies to merit a second novel before I could even think about the […]

Cover Reveal: Kill the Beast

Cover Reveal: Kill the Beast

Guest Blogger: Michele Israel Harper Kill the Beast: Book One of the Beast Hunters Ro remembers the castle before. Before the gates closed. Before silence overtook the kingdom. Before the castle disappeared. Now it shimmers to life one night a year, seen by her alone. Once a lady, now a huntress, Ro does what it […]