It was inevitable really, and the tour has finally made it's way round to the next big thing in Christian sci-fi waiting eagerly to leave these shores: Countless as the Stars, by some English bloke you've never heard of.
I'm kidding, of course; that was completely evitable, and what has actually happened is that for August the tourists have been let off the leash to do their own thing. It's like that day in Junior school when the teacher announced that you could pick your own topic to study for the next term. I did aeroplanes, because I hadn't heard of Christian Sci-fi when I was ten. It was quite good as I recall, helped along no doubt by a teacher who knew less about the subject than me and was unable to correct any factual inaccuracies.
On the wild assumption that nobody is here to read a brief history of civil aviation in the British Isles, I've decided to take the opportunity for a little uncharacteristic self-promotion. This is somewhat new territory for me, so please be kind and visit www.stevetrower.co.uk and find out all about Old Testament Space Opera and what it means for you.
I'll be back over the next couple of days with more blatant self-promotion, and as there is nobody that knows more about Old Testament Space Opera than me, there will be no factual inaccuracies to pick up on.
In the meantime, pick a few links at random from the list below, for what will truly be a magical mystery tour...
Thomas Clayton Booher
Morgan L. Busse
CSFF Blog Tour
D. G. D. Davidson
Rebecca LuElla Miller
New Authors Fellowship
John W. Otte
Donita K. Paul
Rachel Starr Thomson
Sounds very intriguing Steve! We need to feature more British authors, certainly.
One cosmetic comment on your blog - with the dark background, your Blue hyperlinks are hard to make out and cause pain to these worn out eyeballs of mine (It is Monday that I'm reading this, after all.)
Me, I love the new look both here and on your web site. (The blue on black doesn't bother these tired eyes).
I'm excited we'll get to learn more about your writing. I can tell I'm going to need to reserve some time to read your first chapter.
Now I'm confused.... to be blue or not to be blue? As it happens I wasn't sure about it myself, but I need an interior designer or something to help me pick a colour that works better and fits the overall decor!
I'm glad I'm not the only one featuring her own work ;). Off to check out your site and read your second post ... ("Completely evitable" really made me laugh!)
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