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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

R. J. Anderson’s Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy Blog Tour

More thoughts and ramblings regarding:

R. J. Anderson’s Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter

I've been reading blogsters around the tour and loving the discussions about this book. Seems Knife, the main character of Faery Rebels, is a rebel. A little on the edge.


There have been discussions about the motivation for her rebelling. Now, I haven't read the book, but anytime a book gets people talking it must be good.

The ones that no one talks about - we don't read, right?

Another subject of discussion has been the cover. It is nice, isn't it?

R.J. Anderson is a mother of three living in Stratford, Ontario. Looks like she shares the love for Lewis and Tolkien. She was born in Uganda, wow.

The next books in R.J.'s Faery Rebels series are: Wayfarer, Arrow and Swift. Great titles!




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Sally Apokedak

Brandon Barr

Amy Browning

Melissa Carswell

CSFF Blog Tour

Stacey Dale

D. G. D. Davidson

Jeff Draper

April Erwin

Timothy Hicks

Jason Isbell

Becky Jesse

Cris Jesse

Jason Joyner

Julie

Carol Keen

Krystine Kercher

Dawn King

Rebecca LuElla Miller

New Authors Fellowship

Nissa

John W. Otte

Donita K. Paul

Crista Richey

Chawna Schroeder

Andrea Schultz

James Somers

Steve Trower

Fred Warren

Phyllis Wheeler

KM Wilsher

3 comments:

Krysti said...

Kim, Cool! So there are more sequels coming out! I thought there must be! You really need to read the book. It's good.

Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

I think one is out already. The third won't be on shelves until 2011. R.J. Anderson is a talented writer and her stories are so compelling, so I'm happy there are more to be had!

Becky

Chris said...

Good point, a book that can spark conversation is probably better than a book that can't.

Uganda... yeah, that's a wow. lol

I agree, great titles! I love it when a book takes two things that shouldn't belong together (in this case Fairies and Rebels) and glues them together.