1. An Amazon list of Christian spec-fic, compiled by a lady from North Miami Beach who uses the handle, “Mir.”

    … Herself a founding member and writer of Speculative Faith 1.0, in 2006. 😀

  2. Patrick says:

    I don’t know about getting my name or works on top of a results list, but Googling seems to come in quite handy for research. It can be great fun to write fictional stories that take place in real locations that you’ve never visited with enough local detail that it seems as if you are quite familiar with the place. Google maps; Google local events and attractions; Google prominent figures or businesses- anything you want to know about any place in the world and you can likely find out through Google.

  3. Kessie says:

    I just spent a lovely hour or so reading articles on other Christian Spec-Fic blogs. I never knew there were so many! My Blogger dashboard is getting quite populated. 🙂

  4. It’s interesting to google various terms. I googled ‘Catholic vampire fiction’ and ‘Christian vampire fiction’ in connection with my webnovel in progress, Taliesin: Vampire Dreams.  I found a Catholic vampire novel that had a cheap Kindle edition, and an article by Mike Duran on why Bram Stoker’s Dracula is Christian fiction— which inspired me to finally read Dracula and see why Duran was right on the money on that one.

What do you think?