Writing Tip — Guest Blogger, Michelle L. Levigne

Michelle L. Levigne has returned to talk about her steampunk story in Christmas fiction off the beaten path. Welcome back, Michelle! What inspired you to write “Crystal Christmas”, a steampunk story set in Cleveland, 1878? Spend enough time with characters and they feel like friends. I want their story to keep going.  “Crystal Christmas” is the next… Continue Reading →

The Fandom Method of Worldbuilding

My friend author/editor Michelle L. Levigne is back to give advice on writing speculative fiction. Michelle has written books in almost every genre but her favorites are science fiction and fantasy. She writes about the fandom method of worldbuilding as a way for budding speculative fiction writers to learn the rules of the genre. Take… Continue Reading →

Could We? Should We? Part 1

So happy to have author/editor Michelle L. Levigne back to share about speculative fiction, one of the many genres she writes in. Take it away, Michelle, with “Could we? Should we? Part 1”! Sorry. That sounds a little like Dr. Seuss. Could we and should we what, exactly? At one time or another, a Christian… Continue Reading →

Could We? Should We? Part 2

“Could We? Should We? Part 2” is the second half of the guest blog written by author/editor Michelle L. Levigne. To read the first part, click here. She discusses at greater length and depth about Christians writing speculative fiction in her book To Eternity (and beyond). St. Augustine: [No help is to be despised, even… Continue Reading →

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