Ack! I meant to blog this ages ago. This is why lists are important people. Always take notes in some way. Lutheran author Caitlin Magness has published her YA fantasy book, Cold Iron!
Tag Archives: Fantasy
My Friend Dwagon
Lutheran pastor Isaac Wirtz has just published a children’s book titled My Friend Dwagon! Just in time for Christmas!
Mark of Calling
I have another new release from a Lutheran author for you! Kas (Kasandra) was born in Germany and moved to the United States in her late teens. Over the next years, she translated her first story into a very broken English, which over another couple years was edited by her now husband, Josh Radke (aka Joshua Rothe of Stitched Crosses: Crusade). .
Another Lutheran author: Rhonda Chandler! A dear friend of mine recommended her book, The Fires of Autumn, a piece of historical fiction released this summer.
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I’m sharing a writing idea today, revolving around the concept of a matrix. Lutheran matrix? Ok, many an anti-Lutheran, anti-Christian matrix. We’ll see what you think.
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Immanuel: Battles of Armor and Soul
I’m branching out to more genres now that I’m reviewing more Lutheran authors. It’s pretty cool! It sometimes takes me a little while to settle in, but I’m really pleased to see how diverse our authors are and how varied our books are. Seriously, it proves that we can be in this together and not in competition with each other. Today’s review is on Immanuel: Battles of Armor and Soul by Garen Pay, which was released in February of this year.
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Interview with Sharon Hinck
As a special treat for today, we have an interview with Sharon Hinck, who has published 8 books in the last 9 years, including the Sword of Lyric Series. She is a life-long Lutheran and an award-winning author, honored with a Christy finalist medal, three Carol awards for her novel, and, in 2007, she was named “Writer of the Year” at Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference.
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Robert Stroud of Mere Inkling kindly called my attention to a recent article of his for our consideration. (Thanks! Such contributions are welcome!) Is Fantasy Foolish takes up the question of whether a penchant for fantasy is a deficiency or augmentation.
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