If you’ve stopped over at my personal blog, A Christian Worldview of Fiction, you know that I am blogging about a book I haven’t read. How can a person do that?
Well, let me make it clear, I am not offering a review of the book. Fortunately, a number of other CSFF Blog Tour participants are doing a fine job telling visitors about the featured book, Kathryn Mackel‘s Vanished.
Instead, I’ve chosen the role of facilitator. I want to acquaint visitors with Kathryn Mackel and point to the blogs on the tour you won’t want to miss.
The more I poke around at Kathryn Mackel’s Web site and blog, the more I read interviews with her, the more interesting things I uncover.
So here’s a short quiz, just to see how well you know our featured author. Be sure to leave a comment and tell us how well you did. Answers are below the list of particapant links at the end of this post.
1) True or False – Kathryn Mackel took her first fiction writing class when she was 41.
2) Multiple Choice – Kathryn Mackel has written
a. adult novels b. YA novels c. children’s books d. screenplays e. all of these
3) True or False – Before writing fiction, Ms. Mackel had no previous background in writing.
4) True or False – Her first publisher found her manuscript in his slush pile.
5) Multiple Choice – Kathryn Mackel is a sports fan for which team?
a. the Patriots b. the Celtics (gag, cough, gag) c. the Red Sox d. all of these
Take time to check out what others on the tour have to say:
CSFF Blog Tour
* Gene Curtis
D. G. D. Davidson
Todd Michael Greene
* Christopher Hopper (has an interview with Kathryn Mackel!)
+ Magma (Note: new member; not on the list posted by other participants)
*Melissa Meeks (also has an interview with Kathryn Mackel)
Rebecca LuElla Miller
* John W. Otte
* Steve Rice
Mirtika or Mir’s Here
A “+” indicates a blogger left off the original list
Bold type indicates a site I know has posted.
An “*” indicates “must read” content.
“**” indicates “must read” content, an intriguing discussion you might want to join.
Quiz answers: 1) true; 2) e; 3) false; 4) true; 5) d