Monday, February 18, 2008

CSFF Blog Tour: Nemesis

CSSF Blog Tour

Lawks, have I really not posted anything since the last blog tour?

Well, that's ok, because the subject of the current tour, Chris Walley, is 'away in the Midlands at the moment and somewhat technologically isolated'. Well now I live in the Midlands and must therefore be permanently technologically isolated, so you should consider yourselves lucky that anything ever gets posted here.

Anyway, this tour thing. It's all about The Shadow and Night, a repackaging of the first two volumes in the Lamb Among the Stars series, which has been around on these shores since 2002. Finally, the tour recognises British talent...

I reviewed the first (half) volume way back in September '06. So rather than repeat myself, here's the link, and that's me done for the tour. I'll see you next month!

Until then, entertain yourelves by visiting Chris Walley's website, his blog, and then buying the book.

Then visit these bloggers who have probably already done those things:

Brandon Barr Jim Black Justin Boyer Grace Bridges Jackie Castle Carol Bruce Collett Valerie Comer CSFF Blog Tour Gene Curtis D. G. D. Davidson Chris Deanne Janey DeMeo Jeff Draper April Erwin Marcus Goodyear Rebecca Grabill Jill Hart Katie Hart Michael Heald Timothy Hicks Christopher Hopper Heather R. Hunt Jason Joyner Kait Carol Keen Mike Lynch Margaret Rachel Marks Shannon McNear Melissa Meeks Rebecca LuElla Miller Mirtika or Mir's Here Pamela Morrisson Eve Nielsen John W. Otte John Ottinger Deena Peterson Rachelle Steve Rice Ashley Rutherford Chawna Schroeder James Somers Rachelle Sperling Donna Swanson Speculative Faith Robert Treskillard Jason Waguespac Laura Williams Timothy Wise


Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

OK, so now I understand the "Nemesis" angle.

Good review, Steve. So maybe you should sub your work to Tyndale!


UKSteve said...

D'ya know Becky, that honestly never even occured to me.

So, Mr Walley, if you'd be kind enough to email me the address of your editor... ;)

Fantasythyme said...

Thanks for your review from the Midlands. I'm not quite sure where the Midlands are located, but they sound promising.