Tag Archive | Grace Bridges

The time to start is now…

I want to take a moment, if you don’t mind, to give a little lesson on the publishing industry, with a little self-promotion thrown in. Most of us who hope to be published will never see the contract of a major publishing house. We’ll take alternative routes, because we accept full-time rock star status is […]

My ink and paper daughter

It must have been fifth grade when I began my writing journey. I was really into this NES game called Dragon Warrior. It was your standard medieval fantasy with blobs, wyverns, and other assorted monsters that need to be fought on a -Fight- -Run- -Spell- -Item- turn based system in stunning 8 bit graphics. Standard […]

Anvil Interview- Grace Bridges

The contest has been extended until the end of April. Welcome and thank you all for coming back for today’s Anvil Interview with the muti-talented, Grace Bridges. Some of you may not know this, but Grace actually gave me my anvil. Silly thing had no idea it would someday be used on her. She never […]

Anvil Review- Legendary Space Pilgrims

Contest has been extended until the end of April. Yes, I know it’s been forever since I’ve wielded my anvil. As a matter of fact, I had to get the scrub brush out and give the old gal a little elbow-grease action. Please forgive me, dear friends. I’ll try harder from now on. I am […]

My own ongoing journey through The Wheel of Time series….

I remember when I first saw The Wheel of Time books by Robert Jordan. It was about ten years ago when The Path Of Daggers had already come out in paperback. I have no idea how I had missed this series, but I remember looking at this turnstile in this grocery store and seeing all […]

Anvil Review-Faith Awakened by Grace Bridges

As I said yesterday, I will give you my review of Faith Awakened by Grace Bridges. But before I do that, let me run through the rules for entry once more. As always, there will be a drawing. But there will be only one winner. I love Splashdown Books so much that I have decided […]

An Unexpected Thumbscrew Review

I feel a bit like Anton Ego from Ratatouille. Food was his life. And after many years of enjoying food, he developed a refined pallet for only the best. But there was so much bad food out there, that he couldn’t help but become cynical and over critical with each new review. Although my opinions […]

A Little More Grace

If you know anything about Christian Speculative Fiction, you will have heard the name Grace Bridges and Splashdown Books. As a matter of fact, I may have mentioned them a time or ten. Through the last year I have come not only familiar, but quite fond of both. Why? Because Grace is extraordinary. The pictures […]