Lorehaven Magazine Winter Issue!
Inside this issue:
Thomas Locke shares his faith journey and creative motive behind his many fantastical novels, including his newest release, Enclave.
We review Enclave, in which white-hat heroes in a corrupt frontier cope with the remnants of the now-decaying nation.
Our team reviews the best Christian-created fantastical novels.
This issue also includes two sponsored reviews: Mary Ting's Jaclyn and the Beanstalk and C. S. Wachter's The Light Arises.
Paeter Frandsen asks if Christian geeks might react like Spock and think of God (merely) as "fascinating."
Marian Jacobs gives practical, biblical advice to parents of children obsessed with superheroes.
Meanwhile, at the Lorehaven Book Clubs group, we're still hosting many of the authors featured in our book reviews. Staring in January, watch for more storytellers to arrive in the clubs and explore more at SpecFaith.
This March: watch for the spring 2019 issue! (Advertisers, click here.)
But first, watch for more surprises we plan to announce in January ...
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Thank you for joining this mission to find truth in fantastic stories.
Maranatha, and merry Christmas!