A week ago Speculative Faith added several new features, on our quest to be the premiere resource portal for Christian speculative-story exploration.
Readers may have already seen the features, and perhaps wondered if they were there all the time? Nope. These are new:
- A News section, for short blogs covering other interesting blogs, book or motion picture releases, or anything else.
- A new feedback form to Send News Tips of your own. (This actually went live as of yesterday.) What news should we cover? Fill out the form and let us know. We want to know about any Christian/speculative-related news, including new books, free books, marketing, Christian SF publisher news, recent movies, and amusing memes.
- Upgraded splash boxes that showcase any new content up front, wherever you journey on Speculative Faith.
- A fantastic enhanced Advanced Library Search. Look for it at the right of the Library splash box.
- Improved “lightbox” popup appearances for submitting novels and submitting novel reviews to our Library (along with the general site Suggestion Box). Soon we may have this same appearance for email-subscription signups.
- Swapped places for the top navigation bar and quote box, sitewide. It simply makes more sense to have the quote box on top.
- Improved sidebars to showcase all our recent content and customize based on what you’re reading.
Which new features seem helpful (or otherwise?). What would you like to see as Speculative Faith keeps growing?
Speculative Faith is not only a “blog.” As necessary as blogs are, readers and fans of epic stories need more than a blog. They need to find all Christian-speculative novels, gracious yet honest reviews, and in-depth genre explorations — all in one place. They need (to appropriate some evangelical-speak!) a resource portal, even a ministry. Lord willing, that is exactly what Speculative Faith will become. Speculative Faith is a resource portal to inspire exploring epic stories for God’s glory.