Wednesday, February 21, 2007

CSFF Blog Tour: Where The Map Has Still Ended

CSSF Blog Tour
In case it had escaped your notice, I am a bit of a writer. I know that because my name is on the booklist at WhereTheMapEnds, which you should of course look at as a detailed guide to Christian Spec Fic, but is not the main point of this post.
As a writer, I have spent many a happy hour fiddling with the various world building, character creating and story generating gizmos collected on the site. Actually, these are probably more useful to a bored non-writer wasting a few online minutes at work, than to a writer like myself, prone to procrastination, a cure for which is about the only thing absent from Jeff's Tools for Writers section.
If you haven't already, go and have a play. On your way, you might like to take in the following stops on the tour:
Grace Bridges reviews on of Jeff's own works;
Gene Curtis comments on Marcher Lord Press;
Jeff seems to have done interviews left, right and centre;
Nicole and Wayne Thomas Batson got missed from the full list yesterday which is still there if you want more blogs to read!

2 comments:

Eve Nielsen said...

What is Old Testament Space Opera, anyway? I'm sure you must explain it somewhere here, but I haven't found it yet. I know what space opera is (as of last week) but can't intermesh the two in my mind.
Eve

Jefferson Scott said...

Another great post, Steve. Thank you!

I'm glad you've had fun with the deliciously time-wasting toys at the World-Builders link at www.wherethemapends.com. Aren't they great?

Cheers.

Jeff