“Beyond the Summerland” for just 99 cents!
Or even free. That’s right. You understood me correctly. You can buy “Beyond the Summerland” for just 99 cents! Here’s the deal. My publisher, P&R, has just made the first book of The Binding of the Blade available for Kindle for 99 cents. You can download it from my Amazon page for BTS here. I[…]
The point of this brief post is to apologize to anyone who tried to access my blog over the last week or so and ran into technical difficulties. The service that hosts my site migrated it to a new platform just over a week ago, and that’s where the problems began. Thankfully, my friend Rob[…]
Clive Staples Award & Update
Speaking of C.S. Lewis (see previous post), for the next two and a half weeks, fans of BOTB will have a chance to vote for All My Holy Mountain to win the Clive Staples Award, which is a new award that some folks are trying to launch to support Christian Speculative Fiction. If you’re interesting[…]
Well, I’ve finally bowed the knee to modernity and reactivated my short-lived Facebook account that I first opened a few years back. I eventually deactivated it because I didn’t really use it very much and at the time, didn’t think I ever would. So why bring it back? The main reason is that after a[…]
Curse of the Spider King
Authors Wayne Batson and Christopher Hopper – two of the other seven authors that I had the privilege of touring the West Coast with last October – have a great contest going on to promote their new book, Curse of the Spider King. Follow this link and check it out! http://enterthedoorwithin.blogspot.com/2009/09/biggest-contest-in-history-of-men-and.html
Interview at “Where the Map Ends”
This is just a quick post to direct those who are interested to my interview at “Where the Map Ends.” You can follow the link that is in my sidebar to the site and then click on the “Interviews” heading, or you can just click here. Enjoy!
For all those fans of The Binding of the Blade who were sad when it ended with All My Holy Mountain, this might come as a bit of good news. I’ve begun discussion with P&R about writing a few stories/vignettes from the world and history of Kirthanin, with the thought that we’d make them available[…]
When I finished All My Holy Mountain in the spring of 2006, it never occurred to me that its release in 2008 would come and go without my having a contract for another book. To be sure, I didn’t know which of my various ideas would be in print or under contract, but I felt[…]
What Did You Get?
Christmas has come and gone once more, and now the dawning of the New Year awaits. For children, it is so hard to let Christmas go as it fades in the rearview mirror. After all, there is so much anticipation and build up, they feel it is somehow wrong that the day can simply pass[…]