Tip to self: when packing for the next Realm Makers conference, bring an extra suitcase.
One of the most exciting items in the 2013 Realm Makers schedule of events was the joint book signing. Attendees had the opportunity to purchase books by their fellow participants or workshop presenters, then interact with these authors and have their books signed.
For some of us, this presented quite the fan moment. (I even have pictures with several literary stars.)
For a peak inside my literary treasure chest, a little insight into some of the topics covered at the conference, and a book review preview… Continue reading →
Since the upcoming Realm Makers conference has pushed our posting schedule for this week into an alternate dimension, the music video you would normally receive on Thursday has jumped backward in time two days.
So, with time travel and other journeys on the brain, I invite you to share my headphones for a moment…if you dare….and enjoy…
Today, on Fantasy Friday, an aspiring speculative fiction author has chosen to honor us by launching her brand new blog and website right here on Light’s Scribe.
Rebecca Bergren, author of the Unknown Trilogy (working title), specializes in quirky, timeless, heartfelt fiction. Think Janet Evonovich meets Nicholas Sparks, with just enough steampunk thrown in to ramp up the mystery. Her spunky, eccentric characters and gift for redefining cliches are sure to have future readers laughing out loud, even while on the edges of their seats. Continue reading →
I’ve searched through my playlists for a song to match the theme of the wonderful video posted here on Tuesday. Several themes stood out to me after watching it, and I finally settle upon one: if we truly long for God’s presence, He will break through any darkness we allow in our lives to reach us, sometimes in startling ways.
With that in mind, I invite you to share my headphones for a moment and enjoy…
In early July, I read Angel Eyes, the first volume in a series by Shannon Dittemore. I had seen its description on several occasions, but passed it by, because I don’t normally read “angel” books. Its sequel, however, was recently nominated for the Clive Staples Award, honoring Christian speculative fiction. So, I thought I’d give it a try. I was pleasantly surprised. Continue reading →