Monday, June 23, 2008

CSFF Blog Tour, May - sorry, June - 2008

CSSF Blog Tour

Before we get into the blog tour thing, I should apologise for my recent absence.

I don’t wish to make any far-fetched excuses, but it turns out that my next-door neighbour was experimenting in the transperambulation of pseudo-cosmic antimatter, when he somehow cut the entire estate loose from the rest of reality. For a long time we thought the mist was keeping the rescue services out, but once the mist cleared, we found ourselves surrounded by a majestic wilderness, both primitive and primal, battling for survival against enemies we’d always known and forces we never imagined. And all without a reliable wi-fi connection.

Actually, now I come to relate the story, it sounds like it would make a great novel. One of my WIPs was starting to look like a Christian Lost, maybe I could use it there. Trouble is, me being so good at procrastinating and so poor at actually writing things, somebody’s probably already gone and done it...

Ask these people, they’ll know:

Brandon Barr Justin Boyer Jackie Castle CSFF Blog Tour Gene Curtis D. G. D. Davidson Jeff Draper April Erwin Karina Fabian Beth Goddard Andrea Graham Todd Michael Greene Katie Hart Christopher Hopper Joleen Howell Jason Joyner Carol Keen Mike Lynch Terri Main Margaret Shannon McNear Melissa Meeks Rebecca LuElla Miller John W. Otte Deena Peterson Rachelle Steve Rice Ashley Rutherford Mirtika or Mir's Here Chawna Schroeder Stuart Stockton Steve Trower Speculative Faith Linda Wichman Laura Williams Timothy Wise

4 comments:

nissa-amas-katoj said...

Is this the best CSFF blog tour post ever? Certainly you're in the running! Very clever....

UKSteve said...

Well it's nice of you to say so, but I'll settle for best CSFF tour post this week. On this blog.

I've been away for ages, I don't want to set the bar too high too soon...

Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

Steve, really funny, as are your Tuesday Tunes. You are one witty guy!

Thanks for joining in the tour this month. It's never the same without you.

Becky

UKSteve said...

It's good to be back Becky!

(I should probably also mention that Mindflights.com is a top webzine of sci-fi and fantasy with a Christian worldview. If only to keep the Mir happy :) )