If so, you can download copies of the summer 2019 issue next Tuesday, July 9.
What’s inside Lorehaven’s summer 2019 issue?
Review team members:
- Austin Gunderson (review chief)
- Avily Jerome
- Elizabeth Kaiser
- Shannon McDermott
- Audie Thacker
- Phyllis Wheeler
Our volunteer team explores:
- Ralene Burke’s Armor of Aletheia
- Jes Drew’s The Bachelor Missions
- Joan Campbell’s Chains of Gwyndorr
- K. Berklund-Pagé’s The Caves of Fire
- Ted Dekker’s The 49th Mystic
- Janelle Garrett’s The Hidden Queen
- John A. Pretorius’s Living in Times of Dragons
- Meg MacDonald’s Oath Sworn
- Esther Wallace’s The Savage War
- C. R. Flamingbush’s Speed of Sight
- Christa Conklin’s Tranquility
- Merrie Destefano’s Valiant
We also feature a special, extended (sponsored) review of Logic’s End from author Keith A. Robinson!
‘I’ve Always Loved the Magic at the Margins’
Light from Distant Stars author Shawn Smucker delves into fantasy to delight in daily miracles.
Featured Review: Light from Distant Stars
Magic-edged memory meets the reality of death and family trauma.
How the Psalms Reflect our Heart Desires
Paeter Frandsen: Fans can find instruction and inspiration from God’s creative writers.
Let’s Guard Against Temptations in YA Fiction
Marian Jacobs: Parents can guide teenage readers, starting with these suggestions.
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.
Meanwhile, here at the website . . .
You may notice a few graphical changes here at Speculative Faith, and at the broader Lorehaven.com:
- Our default background is changed.
- It pairs with the magazine’s new ad (seen below).
- A few other changes, like a color-faded navigation bar, class up the joint.
- Most of the other changes you will see at the main homepage of Lorehaven.com.