SFF Blog Tour: Christian Fandom

Elizabeth Goddard Uncategorized 3 Comments

Join the SFF (Science Fiction and Fantasy) blog tour for the month of July this week. We’re featuring
Christian Fandom,
an ” interdenominational fellowship of fans interested in the courteous and accurate representation of Christian viewpoints in genre fiction fan communities.”

I especially love Fandom’s list of fantasy books that includes an extensive list for those who would consider themselves new to fantasy. This list includes a wide range of authors–not all Christians–from Frank Peretti to Stephen Donaldson to J.K. Rowling. An equally impressive list can be found at Fandom’s list of Science fiction tites. The site gies you a heads up for which books are Christian or are written by Christian authors.

Now head over to check out more of this impressive list of bloggers who’ve joined our mission to promote Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy!

Valerie Comer
Kameron Franklin
Rebecca Grabill
Leathel Grody
Karen Hancock
Elliot Hanowski
Katie Hart
Sherrie Hibbs
Sharon Hinck
Pamela James
Tina Kulesa
Shannon McNear
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Mirtika Schultz
Stuart Stockton
Steve Trower
Speculative Faith

Oh yes, did I mention my plans to feature fantasy art on my site? I love it, so I’m sharing some of my favs as I find them on the web. This image as well as Friday’s comes from Sfondi Fantasy.

Blessings!
Beth.

P.S Remember to go over to Favorite Pastimes, the historical blog. I’m posting all of this week on the Middle Ages. Fantasy writer Linda Wichman is joining me for an interview.

Comments 3

  1. Rebecca

    Beautiful image! (Now I know who crashed blogger – j/k – that thing showed up monster-sized in bloglines!) I won’t put much into this comment, since Blogger has been spitting most of my comments back at me today.

  2. Heidi Kortman

    Hi, I’m Heidi Kortman from ACFW. I tried visiting Favorite PASTimes. The detailed images that are the background of the site are amazing, but they make the site postings almost impossible for me to read. I wish I had been able to decipher them.

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