Why Have Your Book Reviewed In The CSFF Blog Tour?

This is just a quick note to say that I checked my blog’s statistics, and no less than 54 people came to my blog in the last month looking for information on the specific Christian fantasy novels that I’ve reviewed as part of the Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy blog tour. My blog statistics show[…]

The Charlatan’s Boy — Review Day 2

Welcome to the second day of the CSFF Blog Tour of THE CHARLATAN’S BOY by Jonathan Rogers. Craft of THE CHARLATAN’S BOY First a quick note about Jonathan Rogers writing craft in THE CHARLATAN’S BOY: It is not only self-evident to any reader with half an eyeball, but it is so excellent that I was[…]

The Charlatan’s Boy — Review Day 1

Today is the first day of the CSFF Blog Tour of THE CHARLATAN’S BOY by Jonathan Rogers. The book is a stand-alone novel that takes place in Roger’s imaginary world of Corenwald (which sounds like Cornwall, England, to me). As such, the book shares the same background as The Bark of The Bog Owl (which[…]

The Bark of the Bog Owl Book Review – Part 2

Well, I got to the 2/3rd mark of The Bark of the Bog Owl, which is Book 1 of The WilderKing Trilogy, and could I stop reading? NO! I was just before Aidan Errolson fought the Pyrthen champion named Greidawl, and I had to keep reading! Now remember that this is a retelling of the[…]

Why Read Fantasy Fiction Written By Christians?

Notice that I did not say “why read Christian fantasy fiction?” What’s the difference? The focus. I don’t want to focus on the books themselves, as good as they are. I want to focus on the authors. After all, the reason that books are termed “Christian Fantasy” is because they are written by Christians. I[…]

The Bark of the Bog Owl Book Review – Part 1

I’m currently reading The Bark of the Bog Owl by Jonathan Rogers. This is book 1 of the Wilderking Trilogy. Why am I reading this book? At first it was because it was part of the October Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy Blog Tour, but after finding out more about the books, I knew that[…]