Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Back Cover Blurb for Seasons of Love


My back cover copy is ready. You can read it over at my Shoutlife page!

Monday, June 25, 2007

Interview!

Wanted to announce an interview with me on the Aficionado Ezine. I'm excited to announce that I've also got an interview coming up over at Novel Journey. I'll let you know when. My website is in transition right now--so I hope I can get that up and running in time.

Blessings!
Beth

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Monday, June 18, 2007

CSFF Blog Tour: Sharon Hinck


"Mark," I whispered, tugging his sleeve so he'd lean down, "why all this empty space?" In this very funtctional and practical world, the extravagance and luxury were a startling contrast.

Mark put his mouth so close to my ear that his words tickled. "It's to leave room for the One. This is where we welcome Him."

God, how can you make me feel so hungry and so full at the same time? And why do I want to run toward you when I also want to run away?

The above lines from The Restorer--just some of the reasons I love Christian fantasy. Revelation that can only come through parables. There was a spiritual theme. . .a scripture, in fact, that resonated throughout the book for me. It's not referred to in the novel, just something I saw in the story. But believing that there was no way I could forget, I failed to write it down. Like Susan Mitchell, I am a "soccer mom" so perhaps being preoccupied and overwhelmed makes me prone to forgetfulness. Please pray with me that I remember before the end of this blog tour.

I remember how excited we were several months ago (or has it been a year?) when we heard that NavPress had signed Sharon Hinck's The Sword of Lyric Series. Finally, I received my copy of The Restorer. I know as a mom myself, I was anxious to read a fantasy through the eyes of someone with whom I could totally relate.

Like you, I'm hoping The Restorer will be the beginning of a new trend for the CBA--Christian fantasy!

Trish Anderson
Brandon Barr
Jim Black
Justin Boyer
Grace Bridges
Amy Browning
Jackie Castle
Valerie Comer
Karri Compton
Frank Creed
Lisa Cromwell
CSFF Blog Tour
Gene Curtis
D. G. D. Davidson
Chris Deanne
Jeff Draper
April Erwin
Linda Gilmore
Beth Goddard
Marcus Goodyear
Andrea Graham
Russell Griffith
Jill Hart
Katie Hart
Sherrie Hibbs
Holly
Heather R. Hunt
Becca Johnson
Jason Joyner
Kait
Karen
Dawn King
Tina Kulesa
Lost Genre Guild
Rachel Marks
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Eve Nielsen
John W. Otte
John Ottinger
Robin Parrish
Rachelle
Cheryl Russel
Hanna Sandvig
Chawna Schroeder
Mirtika Schultz
Steve Trower
Speculative Faith
Jason Waguespac
Daniel I. Weaver

Blessings,
Beth!











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