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The Builders Reluctant Bride from Stacey Weeks

I love how a story is able to convey deep theological truths in a compelling and applicable way. I love being lost in a character, thinking and feeling as deeply as them, struggling to find God in their broken dreams, and knowing—as the writer—their happy...

The Christmas Child

In my novella, Christmas Child, set in 1891 New York City, adoption plays a significant role. A Christian who’s opening an orphanage explains to another character (who isn’t a believer) God’s take on the subject:  “When a mother and father...

Author Spotlight Penny Musco

Coming Soon —  The Christmas Child   How much of the book is based in real life?               My husband and I struggled with infertility, not only primary—the inability to conceive any...

Dark Lake by Clare Revell

Why did you write this particular story?  I wrote this for several reasons. The main one being Lou. She just wouldn’t shut up after I finished the Signal Me series. Mind you, that in itself is a very long story and would take up all this post and several...

The UNBREAKABLE Ruth Buchanan

Unbreakable: A novel of relationships, getaways, teep kicks, bacon, nuptials, and the occasional stabbing As a teenager, I adored reading Christian fiction. Give me a sweeping historical romance or a high-stakes thriller featuring the FBI, undercover agents,...

Author Spotlight: Emily Conrad

How much of the book is based in real life? Very little except the setting. From Main Street to the doctor’s office to the bridge where Jake and Brooklyn meet up a couple of times, many of the locations are inspired by my hometown. We have a nice Main Street...

The world has changed forever and so has fashion

The most classic treatment of clothes in The Blackburn Chronicles is the uniform of the those belonging to The Order of the Sword and Scroll. Crimson cloaks and armor breastplates worn by the knights harken back to the centuries old origin of the powerful society. Ashton Wells, spy for the Order, favors a knight’s blade over the more modern tracer gun.

Charlotte Blackburn, the heroin of the series goes through a tremendous transformation from debutante to dissenter and later…t

Weapons of light

Creating the weapons for my YA Steampunk novel, The Tremblers took me on a fascinating path. The invention of destructive devices was vexing and addicting all at once.

Weapons of light — Tracer Guns are the weapon of choice for the soldiers of the Peaceful Union. Powerful blasters that syphon the glowing purple energy from the massive Tesla Domes caging the city-states are feared by the average citizen. Constantly realibrating to the dome’s pulse, they are outlawed to everyone but the soldiers of the government.

A Great Calamity has fractured the whole of America

A Great Calamity has fractured the whole of America toppling the government and killing millions across the entire nation. From the embers rose The Peaceful Union, with its symbol of the dark phoenix that promises protection and order from the chaos and death outside the city-states.

Charlotte blackburn, is a daughter of this new society that huddles beneath the massive churning steamworks of the electric Tesla Domes.

Dark heroes, fantastic devices, and unbreakable love

Charlotte, on the run from the shadowy Order of the Sword and Scroll with the mysterious spy, Ashton Wells, flees via air ship to the floating settlement of Outer City.

The last frontier of the broken world of the Blackburn Chronicles, the sky territory is home to outlaws and pioneers. Lawmen keep the peace at the bustling ports where every kind of fantastic air ship and hodge-podge dirigible brings those who seek their fortune.

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