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Find of the Day

I said to the man who stood at the gate of the year, 'Give me a light that I may tread safely into the unknown.' And he replied, 'Go out into the darkness and put your hand into the hand of God. That shall be to you better than light and safer than a known way!' So I went forth and finding the Hand of God, trod gladly into the night. M. Louise Haskins (1875-1957) Put your hand in the hand of God, and it shall be to you better than the light and safer than the known. Wow. May I truly live this!

Christian Sci-Fi/Fantasy Blog Tour: Donita K. Paul's DragonLight

Two years after our first CSFF blog tour post, we're again featuring the author with whom we began it all: Donita K. Paul . This time we're spotlighting DragonLight , the fifth and last book of the DragonKeeper series. In DragonLight, peace has reigned in Amara for five years. Kale and Bardon have been busy helping rebuild the country, and their work has flourished. Bardon, however, decides it's time for another adventure, and Kale doesn't want to go ... but this will prove to be one of the most wondrous quests ever. What I loved about this story: Bardon, Kale, Toopka, Regidor, Dar, Holt, Penn ... oh, wait, I'm supposed to mention story elements? That might be hard without giving anything away ... or without betraying my lack of objectivity where Donita's work is concerned. :-) It was wonderful meeting up again with favorite characters, and the villain is one worthy of the fight--and we finally get to see the mystery of Toopka revealed and unraveled! For all

Christian Fiction Online Magazine!

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If you haven't already gotten an email from me today, check out this nifty new spot on the web: And once you're inside (click on the cover to get in), click on the "Brilliant" tab, scroll down to Short Stories, and follow the link to "Bitter Chivalry." My old Deep Magic piece got resurrected, polished up, and reprinted! And just for fun, click here to see the Todd Lockwood painting that originally inspired it!