This Wednesday’s World: “The Bookminder” by M.K. Wiseman

1. The Bookminder is set in the Limska Draga valley. How is this valley different from other fantasy worlds, and what inspired you to write a story set there?

 Harry Potter runs through a brick wall at King’s Cross Station, London and enters another world of magic; the Pevensie children discover Narnia through a wardrobe…Ordinary … Continue reading This Wednesday’s World: “The Bookminder” by M.K. Wiseman

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Sharing Saturday: “How Narnia Teaches Us to Stand in Awe of God”

Sorry-not-sorry, lovely tribespeople, but I shall flood you today. There's altogether too much amazing stuff in the blogs from my challenge to not share. This amazing post comes from The Contrary Calling.   HOW NARNIA TEACHES US TO STAND IN AWE OF GOD September 6, 2017 Olivia White I love Aslan. As I’ve been reading The Lion, … Continue reading Sharing Saturday: “How Narnia Teaches Us to Stand in Awe of God”

Sharing Saturday: “For When You Just Want to Give Up”

Reblogged from http://www.beingconfidentofthis.com because it's such a universal experience and so beautifully worded that I couldn't NOT share. For When You Just Want to Give Up July 7, 2017 by jstults It was bound to happen eventually. I didn’t really have much experience to go on, but it felt like maybe the honeymoon was over, like … Continue reading Sharing Saturday: “For When You Just Want to Give Up”

This Wednesday’s World: “Reborn Queen” with Alyssa Clark

(I feel this should be stated: This is not the Alyssa Clark of Kingdom of the New Moon, but rather of Reborn Queen. They're equally amazing though.)   Tell me about the world of your book, The Reborn Queen. How is it different from Earth and from other fantasy worlds, and what inspired you to write a story set … Continue reading This Wednesday’s World: “Reborn Queen” with Alyssa Clark

“The Last Cities of Earth” with Raven Oak

If you're completely lost: I'm helping spread the word for the Last Cities of Earth anthology, which you can find over at http://tiny.cc/LastCities.  Previous posts: Jennifer Brozek Leigh Dragoon Josh Boykin Tell me about the Last City of Earth that you have chosen to write about. How is it different from the Earth we know, and what inspired … Continue reading “The Last Cities of Earth” with Raven Oak

This Wednesday’s World: “The Stone Lions” by Gwen Dandridge

The Stone Lions is set in 14thcentury Islamic Spain. What inspired you to set a story in this place and time period? I was under the influence of a Dartmouth professor of abstract math. She wanted me to write a book that would both entertain and instruct middle grade children, something that would introduce an obscure … Continue reading This Wednesday’s World: “The Stone Lions” by Gwen Dandridge

“The Last Cities of Earth” with Josh Boykin

If you're completely lost: I'm helping spread the word for the Last Cities of Earth anthology, which you can find over at http://tiny.cc/LastCities.  Previous posts: Jennifer Brozek Leigh Dragoon David McDonald   Tell me about the Last City of Earth that you have chosen to write about. How is it different from the Earth we know, and what … Continue reading “The Last Cities of Earth” with Josh Boykin

“The Last Cities of Earth” with David McDonald

If you're completely lost: I'm helping spread the word for the Last Cities of Earth anthology, which you can find over at http://tiny.cc/LastCities.  Previous posts: Jennifer Brozek Leigh Dragoon Tell me about the Last City of Earth that you have chosen to write about. How is it different from the Earth we know, and what inspired you to … Continue reading “The Last Cities of Earth” with David McDonald