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The Growth of Christian Fantasy

Christian Fantasy is a relatively small genre of fiction, though it is a growing one. According to a Washingon Post article last year, Christian Fantasy is on the rise, sparked by the success of J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter series. So what, exactly, constitutes Christian Fantasy? provides a good in depth… Read More »The Growth of Christian Fantasy

Azincourt by Bernard Cornwell

Bernard Cornwell’s new historical fiction novel Azincourt is expected to be released this October (2008) in the UK. The US version will not come out until January of 2009 most likely. The novel will be a stand-alone, not a series, and will obviously cover the events surrounding the famous Battle of… Read More »Azincourt by Bernard Cornwell

What I’m Reading

The following is a list of blogs/sites I’m currently subscribed to: Historical Fiction: Carla Nayland Historical Fiction – A blog mainly about researching, writing, and reading historical fiction Elizabeth Chadwick: Living the History – Historical fiction author Elizabeth Chadwick uses this space to discuss her work, her research and share her love… Read More »What I’m Reading

Hollywood Loses Billions to Writer’s Strike – Possible End in Sight

According to an article from CBS News yesterday, there is some optimism surrounding the writer’s strike. The Writer’s Guild and studios have resumed talks, and many are hopeful the strike will end before the Oscars roll around. If not, the industry could be facing a possible “nightmare scenario,” according to entertainment attorney Jonathan… Read More »Hollywood Loses Billions to Writer’s Strike – Possible End in Sight