Favorite Links

Want more than what I have here? Here are some of my favorite links for books and writing. Hope you enjoy!

Enclave Publishing is a small publishing house dedicated solely to Christian Speculative Fiction. They have a significant catalog of books, as well as a blog on subjects pertaining to the genre. They frequently run book give-aways and discounts. The group was formerly known as Marcher Lord Press.

Blink YA Fiction is devoted to publishing clean fiction for young adults that still tackles tough topics. They have a good assortment of speculative fiction novels, some of which I have reviewed on the blog.

Bethany House publishes a wide variety of Christian books. While you'll have to sort through the "bonnet books" to find something with a speculative edge, they really do have a good selection of sci-fi and fantasy books for Christian readers. They're also one of the best publishing houses for keeping you posted on what's next to be released.

Goodreads has been appropriately described as "Facebook for book nerds". Create an account, rate some books, and it will give you recommendations for new books. You can discuss books with other users and "follow" your favorite authors. If you're an Amazon user, you can link it to your Amazon account to make it easier to rate and review books. You can keep up with me as I read books by following my profile.

Speculative Faith is a catalog of a ton of Christian fiction. You should go check it out--right now. (Unless you're currently on a budget. Then wait until you have money to burn).


Go Teen Writers is a Monday-Friday blog and a hub to discuss all things writing, even if you're no longer a teenager. If you are a teenager, check out their writing contests and Facebook group. The group also hosts such activities as the 100 for 100 challenge, as well as word wars during NaNoWriMo.

National Novel Writing Month is the place to go if you need a by-the-seat-of your pants writing adventure. Every November, they host a challenge to write 50,000 words (minimum length for a standard novel) during the month. It's a lot of fun and will have your fingers flying on the keyboard. They also host events during the "off-season". It's a great place to connect to other writers and is also affectionately called "NaNoWriMo" and "NaNo".

Where the Map Ends is a good starting point for all things Christian Speculative Fiction, though it is not updated as frequently as it once was. Be sure to check out the "Tools for Writers" tab.

If you're looking for more to read, you can always check out my Bloglovin' feed to see what I've been reading.

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