Christian Fiction

Seven Questions with Steve Rzasa

This month we are excited to Steve Rzasa with us! Steve is the author of several novels of science-fiction, steampunk, and fantasy—with a bunch more in progress. His third novel, Broken Sight, received the 2012 Award for Speculative Fiction from the American Christian Fiction Writers. The Word Reclaimed (Enclave, 2009/2016) was a finalist for that award. The Word Endangered (Enclave, 2016) and Man Behind the Wheel were …

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Interview with Kristen Stieffel

  Today we are happy to welcome debut author Kristen Stieffel. Kristen is a writer and freelance editor specializing in speculative fiction. She has edited a variety of projects, including business nonfiction and Bible studies, but she is a novelist at heart and has edited novels for both the general market and the Christian submarket. Kristen is a member of the Editorial …

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Gilead Publishing Acquires Enclave

Christian fiction publisher Gilead Publishing has just acquired Enclave Publishing as its science fiction and fantasy imprint. This is an exciting new opportunity for Enclave as it will allow us to continue to promote excellent science fiction and fantasy and extend our reach in the Christian market. Visit Publisher Steve Laube’s website to read a personal note about the sale.   …

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Interview with Rachel Starr Thomson

Rachel Starr Thomson

Today we have the privilege of interviewing speculative writer Rachel Starr Thomson. Rachel is a writer, indie publisher, and editor. She’s the author of the Seventh World Trilogy, The Oneness Cycle, and other books published by Little Dozen Press. Without further ado, please welcome Rachel!   1) When did you realize you wanted to become a writer? I have this …

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Interview with Carla Laureano

Today we have the pleasure of interviewing Carla Laureano. Carla is the wife to a martial arts master and mom to two boys. Her first novel, Five Days in Skye, was recently chosen as a double-finalist in the RWA’s 2014 RITA Awards. Oath of the Brotherhood marks her fantasy debut. Let’s welcome Carla! 1) Tell us a little about your …

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Interview with James L. Rubart

Today we have the pleasure of interviewing James L. Rubart, bestselling and Christy award-winning author of supernatural fiction. Here we go! 1) Everyone seems to have a “how I got published” story. What is yours? Summer of 2002 my wife says God has told her go on a fast. Says she doesn’t know why or how long it’s going to …

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Interview with Angie Brashear

Welcome to another speculative interview at Marcher Lord Press. Today we have debut author Angie Brashear with us. 1) Tell us a little about your books. I write fantasy with a strong thread of romance. My debut novel, previously titled Never Let Go, is currently undergoing some unexpected but exciting changes – a new title and cover, as well as …

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A Name Change for Marcher Lord Press?

Greeting earthlings. We bring you tidings of peace…. After considerable thought and talking with some people who’s opinion I trust, I am on the verge of creating a new name, a new imprint, for our books. In case you are wondering I have talked with Jeff Gerke, the founder of Marcher Lord Press, and he agrees it is a good idea. If …

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Interview with Nadine Brandes

Welcome! Starting this month Marcher Lord will be resuming its blog with an interview, special feature, or post every Friday. So to kick off our first post, we are interviewing Nadine Brandes, the latest author to join Marcher Lord Press. Nadine Brandes is the author of the yet-to-be released A Time to Die, a dystopian novel. Now onto our interview! …

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Two Christy Award Finalists

Congratulations to Morgan L. Busse and John Otte on finaling in the Christy Awards. Daughter of Light is a finalist in the Visionary Category and Failstate is a finalist in the Young Adult Category. To find out more, click the link below: www.christyawards.com  

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