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Coming Soon: Lorehaven Magazine’s Spring 2019 Issue

Soon Lorehaven releases its spring 2019 issue, featuring Tosca Lee and reviews of fantastic Christian novels.
| Mar 19, 2019 | 1 comment

Lorehaven Magazine just got back from Realm Makers Bookstore at last weekend’s Great Homeschool Convention.

Next month, we’ll host our own booth at Teach Them Diligently, April 11 through 13 in Waco, Texas.

We’ve added another stop: a return to aid the Realm Makers Bookstore cause next month! We’ll return to Great Homeschool Convention, this time in Cincinnati, from April 25 through 27.

But first, Lorehaven releases its spring 2019 issue this month.

Subscriptions are free online! (Only our debut issue, spring 2018, is free for anyone to read.)

Subscribers will be first to know when the spring 2019 issue is available for download.

Here’s a quick preview of Lorehaven‘s spring 2019 issue.

Book Reviews

  • Richard Spillman’s The Awakened
  • Andrhea Goertzen’s The Aykotah Daughter
  • Shawn Smucker’s The Edge of Over There
  • Bailey Davenport’s Eilinland: Through the Wall
  • M. B. Aznoe’s Elvensty
  • R. A. Denny’s The Emperor’s Harvest
  • Steve Rzasa’s For Us Humans
  • J. S. Helms’s Gods They Had Never Known
  • J. Wesley Bush’s Heir to the Raven
  • Philipp Metzger’s The Sign of the Sibyl
  • Lindsay A. Franklin’s The Story Peddler
  • C. E. White’s The Worlds Next Door

Sponsored Reviews

  • Joshua C. Chadd’s Outbreak
  • Jim O’Shea’s The Reluctant Disciple

The Line Between, Tosca Lee

Featured Review: The Line Between

Tosca Lee’s thriller quests toward truth among apocalyptic madness.

Cover story: ‘Come With Me! I Have A Story To Tell You’

Interview with novelist Tosca Lee

Fanservants: How to Geek Out with Godly Purpose

Paeter Frandsen: Does our investment in stories build the kingdom or waste our gifts?

Fanservants: ‘When I Grow Up, I’m Going to Be the Villain’

Marian Jacobs: Should parents make their kids only play as heroes and good guys?

Subscribe to Lorehaven for free.

Subscribers: get access to every issue, including web articles and PDF downloads.

Authors: share your novels with us for possible review.

Advertisers: inquire within about placing your ad in print or online.

You can also follow the magazine on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, as well as by joining the Lorehaven Book Clubs group.

Lorehaven is a spinoff publication from many Speculative Faith creatives.

Lorehaven serves Christian fans by finding biblical truth in fantastic stories. Book clubs, free webzines, and a web-based community offer flash reviews, articles, and news about Christian fantasy, science fiction, and other fantastical genres. (Magazine print copies are available by request and at special events.)

E. Stephen Burnett explores biblical truth and fantastic stories as editor in chief of Lorehaven Magazine and writer at Speculative Faith. He has also written for Christianity Today and Christ and Pop Culture. He and his wife, Lacy, live in the Austin area and serve as members of Southern Hills Baptist Church.

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michaeljohn knop

looking forward to new works; a new year, and a new book of my own this year!