1. I’ve been a lurker and occasional commentator on Speculative Faith for several years.

    I’m so glad you’re in the public square, publishing Spec Faith and Lorehaven and bringing great stories to the world’s attention.

    I enjoyed your recent article “Yes, C.S. Lewis Actually Did Want His Fairy Stories to Teach Children”, and your and Zach’s podcast. I completely agree, images and imagination written out with purpose, or rather, expanded and polished purposefully, are the foundations of creating great stories and imaginative fiction.

    Because great fantasy and speculative fiction has had such an impact on my life, I’ve recently completed a non-fiction book on magic and meaning in imaginative fiction, from a Christian perspective.

    “Fantastic Journey – The Soul of Speculative Fiction and Fantasy Adventure.”

    Being a Christian writer is challenging, let alone working to succeed at it. Your encouragement means a lot to me and other authors.

    I admire what you and so many authors are doing inside Spec Faith.

    Thank you so much!


      Azalea, I’d like to think I was just very occupied at the time, and that is why I didn’t see your highly encouraging comment until just now. Thank you very much!

What do you think?