Call me Meg.
I'm a college student.
Who has a book habit.
A coffee habit.
And an obsession with dogs.
And I don't go for romance. While all the girls melted over the latest Amish romance at school, I plunged into Lord of the Rings and decapitated Orcs, engaged the enemies of the Republic in a space battle, flew on dragon-back to rescue King Arthur, or tried to beat Robin Hood at archery.
(Did I mention I've fallen in love with archery? Blame John Flanagan for that one.)
And then one day I started writing. And I loved it. What started as a scrap of paper one day in middle school turned into a novel over the course of a few years. A novel that I didn't know what to do with. So I wrote another one, learned what editing was, read a few writing books, scratched my head some more and started editing again. (And I'm still editing, if you're wondering. But I'm seeing the light at the end of the tunnel).
All the while, I was reading. But I noticed something as I got older. The type of books I loved to read and write were hard to find.
It was hard to find books that were action-packed but clean. I would find a story I loved, only to have to skim several pages that made me feel dirty. Or I would pick up what looked like an intriguing book only to find that the action was lacking, even though it had a good message.
I would scrounge around the internet for hours to look at reviews. I waited days for the books to come into the library or into the bookstore.
And then one day it occurred to me that maybe I wasn't the only one who loved these books.
Maybe there were others out there who were like me. No, I don't think there are all that many caffeinated, dog-walking, science-loving, book-reading archers who have a tendency to knit when they're bored. But I do think there are lots of people who genuinely want to see more Christian speculative fiction hit the shelves.
And maybe these same people would also appreciate a resource to help them find these books in just a few clicks.
If you're one of those people, welcome aboard. Join me and your fellow readers on epic quests, journeys across the stars, and the plunge into the great unknown--all from your favorite recliner, window seat, or hammock.