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Sunday Devotional – Beauty

“And the Lord God made all kinds of trees grow out of the ground–trees that were pleasing to the eye and good for food.” Genesis 2:9a (NIV1984) Reading this verse, I realized God could have created a food source that was a little gray box that popped out fruit as needed. Instead He made a lush variety of shapes, colors, …

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But Who Would Be Dumb Enough To Even Try It? (Episode 5)

Time for “Speculative Story Saturday” here at Marcher Lord Press! Here is the latest installment. There are times when it’s best to conceal oneself in plain sight. I am Cludge, or so it’s thought. My given name is Cornelius Fander Tillian, prefect of the mountain baronies that lie hidden above Atzapar valley and the land of Celis. We are the …

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Interview with Steave Rzasa

Hi and welcome to another speculative author interview from wherethemapends.com. Enjoy! (*Originally posted December 2009) Please Welcome…Steve Rzasa What a joy to have Christian speculative fiction novelist Steve Rzasa as our interview guest this month here at WhereTheMapEnds. You pronounce Rzasa as “rah-za,” which I learned much to my disappointment, as I’d been having fun saying ARR-Zassa. Alas. I encountered …

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Interview with Kerry Nietz

Time for another interview from wherethemapends. (*Originally posted November 2009) Please Welcome…Kerry Nietz What a joy to have Christian speculative fiction novelist Kerry Nietz as our interview guest this month here at WhereTheMapEnds. I first encountered Kerry when he hired me to do some editorial work on a novel he had titled 2000 AP. I was immediately struck by Kerry’s radical …

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Goodreads giveaway of “Broken Sight”

Hi there — this is MLP author Steve Rzasa. I’ve got a giveaway going on at Goodreads for the entire month of July. Stop by this link and sign up for a chance at one of three copies of Broken Sight, my third novel by Marcher Lord Press. Broken Sight continues the saga that began in The Word Reclaimed and …

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Sunday Devotional – Love

“If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.” I Corinthians 13:1 When writing a novel, there are zillions of concepts to keep in mind. Craft, creativity, diligence and skill are vital, but I’m glad for this reminder of our key focus. Our writing …

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The Superlative Stream is a Readers Favorite finalist.

What a nice way to start the month of July. Last night I heard from the Readers Favorite award contest that The Superlative Stream is a finalist this year. I’m very excited and honored, and looking forward to winner announcements in September. You can read more about the Readers Favorite Awards here.

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But Who Would Be Dumb Enough To Even Try It? (Episode 4)

Time for “Speculative Story Saturday” here at Marcher Lord Press! Here is the latest installment. *** Two rats the size of a small dog slowly rotate above the campfire on a makeshift spit. They smell like dog too, only more smoky. They pop and sizzle, their skin turning a crisp red. Up above, the sky is black as ebony and …

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Interview with Kirk Outerbridge

Welcome to another interview from over at wherethemapends.com. Enjoy! Please Welcome…Kirk Outerbridge What a joy to have Christian speculative fiction novelist Kirk Outerbridge as our interview guest this month here at WhereTheMapEnds. I first encountered Kirk when he hired me to do some editorial work on a novel he had titled The Miracle Treatment. I found it to be a …

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Why I write Christian Speculative Fiction

I never set out to write Christian fantasy. In fact, I wasn’t sure what place that kind of book had in this world. Sure, there was Lewis’ Narnia series and Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. But with all the controversy over Harry Potter years ago, I didn’t know what to think. I read Star Wars, Terry Brooks, and such, but …

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