Author Archives: Sarah Sawyer

Waiting for Dawn

On July 8th, my two younger sisters and my sister-in-law (as close as a sister to me) were in a severe car accident. Even as I write this, my sister-in-law remains at the hospital in a coma, and the doctors … Continue reading

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted in God | Tagged , | 21 Comments

Guest Post at Christian Fantasy for Women: Fruit of the Forbidden Tree

Maria Tatham, a fellow writer of Christian fantasy and a blogger over at Christian Fantasy for Women graciously invited me to write a guest post for her blog. Here’s an excerpt from the post: The concept of forbidden fruit is … Continue reading

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted in Christian Fantasy, God | 1 Comment

Christian Fantasy News and Releases, July 2012

Here’s the latest batch of Christian fantasy releases from publishers large and small–just in time for summer vacations. If you know of other new releases, please feel free to share them in the comments. Happy reading! The Dark Faith by … Continue reading

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted in Christian Fantasy, News and Releases | Tagged , , , , | 5 Comments

A Small Change

I’m about to enact a bit of a change here on the blog, so I thought I should let you know why. Some of you are already aware that I’ve been dealing with chronic health issues for years (finally diagnosed … Continue reading

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted in Miscellaneous | 7 Comments

The World of E-books: Booktracks

As the world of books and publishing evolves, perhaps it’s natural that people began to consider the fusion of books and music. For some time, writers have shared the soundtracks that accompanied the writing of their books or suggested complimentary … Continue reading

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted in Miscellaneous | Tagged | 12 Comments

The Story Warren

As children formed in His image, God gave us the unique capacity to imagine and create–a gift I value greatly. When I find like-minded souls, those who cherish this treasure, it’s always exciting…and it appears many of these creative individuals … Continue reading

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted in Best of the Web | Tagged , | 3 Comments

Stardust and Moonglow

Inspiring Objects

Perhaps the stars and moon can’t rightly be called objects, at least not in the sense that they’re something you collect or use in your home. Yet they’re entities that we perceive and provide definition and boundary to our world. … Continue reading

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted in Inspiring Objects | 16 Comments

The Unraveling of Wentwater
by CS Lakin: A Review

In her Gates of Heaven series, CS Lakin has drawn inspiration from beloved fairy tales and used them as a launching point to create new stories. While not an actual fairy tale retelling, The Unraveling of Wentwater incorporates aspects of … Continue reading

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted in Book review, Christian Fantasy, Fairy Tales | Tagged | 5 Comments

Book Giveaway: The Dragon’s Tooth
by ND Wilson

In The Dragon’s Tooth, author ND Wilson blends fantasy seamlessly with reality. Although some stock fantasy elements appear, he’s created a unique story with vivid and compelling characters–heroes and villains alike (as Kessie mentioned in Friday’s discussion). Actually, her reference … Continue reading

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted in Book Giveaway, Christian Fantasy | Tagged | 25 Comments

Of Villains and Antiheroes,
Part Two

While antiheroes have strong potential for redemption and often arouse reader sympathy, true villains have seared consciences and don’t engage our compassion in the same way. They damage people and even worlds in a premeditated manner and plan to continue … Continue reading

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted in Christian Fantasy, Fairy Tales, Fantasy Films | Tagged , | 14 Comments