The 777 challenge requires you go to Page 7 of your work-in-progress, scroll down to Line 7 and share the next 7 lines in a blog post. Once you have done this, you can tag 7 other bloggers to do the same with their work-in-progress. The following lines are from the novel that is now [...]
Tag: Speculative Fiction
Interview with Shannon McDermott, Author of THE VALLEY OF DECISION
I am hosting authoress Shannon McDermott here today in an interview through Prism Book Tours. Shannon answers some questions about her new book, The Valley of Decision, her writing process, and a bit about what she does in her spare time! Thanks for joining us and hope you enjoy visiting with Shannon for a while! [...]
Noah: A Deluge of Nonsense, or Not?
I'll admit, I have yet to see this new, highly debated movie. I've read review after review of it, though. All of them seem to be in one extreme or the other: love or hate. The two following reviews are by Christians who express these opposing extremes of opinion. Click on the links if you'd [...]
What In the World is “Christian” Fantasy?
Truthfully? I don’t know. All right, I know how I myself define Christian fantasy, let’s put it that way. But a clear-cut definition that pleases everyone? Not sure that will ever happen. So, here’s what I think: I think a Christian fantasy story can be one of a few things. For now I’m going to [...]
Fairy Tales … Truer Than Real Life?
Escapist. Nonsensical. Childish. Delusional. Those are the words that come to mind when many people think of reading fairytales and fantasy. Far-off worlds full of mythical creatures and over-blown heroism. Dragons, swords, magic, fairies, and epic battles. What could be further removed from reality …. right? For the longest time, when asked what I was [...]