Allison shares a sneak preview of her upcoming dystopian novel, and the challenges of writing an invisible hero! In fact, the character is dead. Together, with a friend, they tackle the difficulty of a kingdom divided along religious lines, and discover a lost third way.
The Catholic Author Show
Maya and I chat about her first novel, ‘The City Mother’, and how being a young mother in a strange city prompted her to think and observe.
For mature audiences | Sometimes writing serious storytelling for Catholics feels like a minefield – ‘it’s not Catholic enough!’ or ‘it’s too Catholic!’
Elizabeth Fust, self-published picture book author and freelance writer by night and writer for a startup aerospace company by day.
Rhonda’s childhood love of Laura Ingalls Wilder, and marathoning of the ‘Horatio Hornblower’ series tapped into a great reverence for the Story of Eden.
Scott Gates’ fascination with Civil War-era life, and how we all work through our own Odyssey of experiences, impelled him to write ‘Hard Road South.’
By night, Eleanor reads the Victorians, writes Gothic novels, and cares for small children.
Citlalin and Dominic talk about having fun with magic and character journeys in short stories!
Katy and Dominic talk about fairy tales, powerful women in the ancient world, scheduling with deadlines, and self publishing.
Pedro chats about his new novel Ironcraft: The Chronicles of Dumah, a fantasy fiction epic.
The show about Catholic fiction for ordinary, modern authors! We talk creed, craft, and co-creation, rooted in grit, grace, gods, and dragons. Let’s inspire your faith and your fiction!