Tuesday, June 03, 2008

A New Face in Christian Fantasy

This October Marcher Lord Press, a new publisher specializing in Christian Speculative Fiction, will be launching it's three inaugural titles.

The first of these is the Fantasy lampoon,
Hero, Second Class by new author Mitchell Bonds.


Hero, Second Class tells the tale of a young Hero's apprentice named Cyrus, who's apprenticeship just happens to fall during a True-Crisis, an time full of incredible opportunities for an "ambitious hero-in-training". But Cyruses plans are complicated by "wise-cracking dragon, a self-narrating knight, a droll zombie, and an attractive young woman who also happens to kind of be a cat."

Click Here to see the cover.
Click Here to read the prologue.
Click Here to read an interview with Mitchell Bonds.

This is defenitely one to watch.

4 Comments:

Blogger Tiff (Amber Miller) Stockton said...

Congrats to Mitchell. A young author who's been discovered and given a chance. I personally don't like the omniscient POV, but I know many avid fans of this genre do. So, best of luck to him.

10:50 AM, June 03, 2008  
Blogger Steven said...

I'm glad to see this genre of Christian Fantasy is becoming more popular. I've used a lot of subtle Christian symbolism in the novel I'm working on, and it's definitely a market I'd like to see grow.

8:37 AM, June 19, 2008  
Anonymous stevent said...

Meant to post with my Name/URL. The blogs under my Blogger name are no longer in use.

http://steventill.com/2007/08/02/whats-it-about/

8:39 AM, June 19, 2008  
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