L. B. Graham's Novels
Meet The Author
L. B. Graham is the author of nine fantasy, science-fiction, and contemporary novels. His most recent fantasy series is "The Wandering", with THE DARKER ROAD and THE LESSER SUN already released. The third novel, THE COLDER MOON, is under development.
His first fantasy series is named "The Binding of the Blade" and includes BEYOND THE SUMMERLAND (a Christy Finalist in 2005), BRINGER OF STORMS, SHADOW IN THE DEEP, THE FATHER OF DRAGONS, and ALL MY HOLY MOUNTAIN.
He has also written THE RAFT, THE RIVER, AND THE ROBOT, a dystopian novel paying homage to “Huck Finn,” and a contemporary crime novel titled AVALON FALLS.
He is the executive director of Beachmont Christian Ministries and lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
Developing THE COLDER MOON, book 3 of The Wandering
For the few who still check here in the hopes of finding news about the third book of The Wandering series, I have good news. The cover is now finished – at least the front cover. We are still working on the copy for the back cover. The editing is finished, I now have just a[…]
Last year I participated in a huge, multi-author scavenger hunt organized by fellow speculative fiction writer Brock Eastman. Brock has an ongoing KickStarter campaign that wraps up in about a week, so I wanted to post some information about it. Here it is: Sages of Darkness is an exciting action packed series about a demon[…]
I want to thank Family Fiction for the chance to do an interview about “The Lesser Sun,” the second book in The Wandering, to correspond with its Fall release. While the book doesn’t look like it’ll be out in October as we’d hoped, I trust it won’t be delayed too much longer. In the meantime,[…]
Just a quick note to say I have a new interview posted at the Enclave Publishing website. Here’s the link if you are interested. My thanks to Morgan Busse and Enclave for the chance to do the interview.
This post is part of a series on Ray Bradbury and his book, “The Martian Chronicles,” which will run from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Well, way back over Memorial Day weekend when I posted my first official post for my summer project of doing a ‘book club’ on Ray Bradbury’s classic, The[…]
This post is part of a series on Ray Bradbury and his book, “The Martian Chronicles,” which will run from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. THE MILLION-YEAR PICNIC In “The Long Years” we saw that in 2026 Mars was largely empty, and in “There Will Come Soft Rains” we saw that in 2026[…]
This post is part of a series on Ray Bradbury and his book, “The Martian Chronicles,” which will run from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. THERE WILL COME SOFT RAINS This story has been so often anthologized that it is probably the best known of all the stories in The Martian Chronicles. The[…]