Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Trackers Day 2: The Seams are Loosening

Heya,

Main purpose of the post today is to point you all to a great interview with Kathy Mackel over at Wherethemapends.com. You can also find a "deleted scene" from Outriders at the wherethemapends.com if you click here.

Also be sure to check out Speculative Faith, where I have posted the first chapter of Trackers for your reading enjoyment.

As others have stated this is a much darker book than Outriders. Evil is growing bolder and more insidious. But even in the utter darkness of a shattered and twisted world God's light breaks through and triumphs, though not without sacrifice.

I must admit that I'm not a fan of big, convenient miracles being used to save characters from life-threatening peril. But the way Kathryn has done it in these two books manages to sway me over for the most part, especially when I finally let myself just go with her premise.

Be sure to come back tomorrow for my full blow review. Don't forget to comment and get entered into a drawing for a free copy of Trackers. And do go visit the other blogs on the tour.

Jim Black, Jackie Castle, Valerie Comer, Frank Creed, Gene Curtis, Chris Deanne, Janey DeMeo, April Erwin, Beth Goddard , Todd Michael Greene, Leathel Grody , Karen Hancock, Elliot Hanowski, Katie Hart, Sherrie Hibbs, Sharon Hinck, Joleen Howell, Jason Joyner, Karen, Karen's MYSPACE,
Oliver King, Tina Kulesa, Kevin Lucia, The Bookshelf Reviews 2.0 - The Compendium, Terri Main, Rachel Marks, Shannon McNear, Rebecca LuElla Miller, Caleb Newell, Eve Nielsen, John Otte, Cheryl Russell , Hanna Sandvig, Mirtika Schultz , Stuart Stockton , Steve Trower, Chris Walley, Daniel I. Weaver, Lost Genre Guild, Speculative Faith

4 Comments:

Blogger :-)Ronie said...

Kewl! Thanks for the heads-up on the interview at WTME. :-D

6:48 AM, December 13, 2006  
Blogger :-)Ronie said...

Kewl! Thanks for the heads-up on the interview at WTME. :-D

6:48 AM, December 13, 2006  
Blogger Becky said...

Good links, Stuart. Thanks for pointing your readers to places they can learn more.

I'll be looking forward to your review.

Becky

12:52 PM, December 13, 2006  
Blogger Becky said...

Oh, and I forgot to say--KEWL title! ;-)

Becky

12:54 PM, December 13, 2006  

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