3/4 of the way through the month, I went away for a few days and never got back into it. However I hope you enjoyed the efforts.
My overall feeling about the project is that it was well worth doing. I’m sure if I’d done more research I’d have found a complete set of A to Z posts. But I did find a wealth of options in various styles and genres to choose from if yo,u fancy delving into Christian fiction
The project also encouraged me to make more efforts in writing Christian fiction myself; something I haven’t done much of. I decided to work on a piece for submission to the Association of Christian Writers who are putting together a collection for Advent/Christmas. Rather than staying in my comfort zone of non-fiction, I took a chance and wrote a story. I’m pretty chuffed to say that I made the cut, and my creative Christmas tale will be in the collection. More news on that as it comes.
If you’d like to investigate some of the ACW books’ I came across, I’ve put a list below. I’ve only looked into a few of them, but they’ve all been added to my TBR pile. I’m proud to be part of such a fine group of writers.
The Well is Deep – Ros Bayes
Destiny’s Rebel – Philip S Davies
Ironside – Heather Flack
The Livi Starling Series – Karen Rosario Ingerslev
The Dagger’s Curse – Wendy Jones
Behind the Sea – Ann Jordan
The Diary of a (trying to be holy) mum – Fiona Lloyd
A Vision of Locusts – Sue Russell
Fallen Warriors – Mark Smith
To Everything a Time – Eleanor Watkins
Happy reading x