Ah, to be a careers adviser in the 13th Century, when there was no more noble calling than to defend England's borders against the Welsh.
Of course, things have moved on a bit since then, and nowadays Marcher Lords are out on the borderlands of fiction, setting up an outpost for Christian speculative fiction. Or, as Jeff Gerke puts it, 'weird' Christian fiction.
Weird Christian fiction eh? Now that's an idea I can relate to. So I - and I'm sure, many visitors to this blog (many? Do I even have many visitors?) - will be watching Marcher Lord Press over the next 12 months. I may well become a regular customer. If I put my mind to it and write something good (and weird!), who knows, there may even be an outside chance of becoming a MLP author (well, it's a more realistic ambition than becoming the next Iain Banks, isn't it?)
Personal ambitions aside, I wish MLP the best of luck, and look forward to some quality Christian weirdness next Christmas.
Oh, and I really should go check out his forums & collaborative fiction site some time.