Monday, January 21, 2008

Starring Jeffrey Overstreet

Over half of January has come and gone, and once again it's time for the Christian science-fiction and fantasy blog tour.

This month we're featuring Auralia’s Colors by Jeffrey Overstreet. A fantasy tale of an orphan girl who can sculpt colors in a kingdom where color is forbidden, Auralia's Colors brings together a fascinating premise and beautiful language.

I'll be doing a full book review tomorrow, analyzing both the craft and content of this novel, followed by a blog on Wednesday about how a single premise can spark a variety of stories.

In the meantime, check out Jeffrey Overstreet's website and the posts by the other tour participants:

Brandon Barr, Jim Black, Justin Boyer, Grace Bridges, Jackie Castle, Carol Bruce Collett , Valerie Comer, CSFF Blog Tour, D. G. D. Davidson, Chris Deanne, Jeff Draper, April Erwin, Marcus Goodyear, Andrea Graham, Jill Hart, Katie Hart, Timothy Hicks, Heather R. Hunt, Becca Johnson, Jason Joyner, Kait, Karen, Carol Keen, Mike Lynch, Margaret, Rachel Marks, Shannon McNear, Melissa Meeks, Rebecca LuElla Miller, Mirtika or Mir's Here, Pamela Morrisson, Eve Nielsen, John W. Otte, John Ottinger, Deena Peterson, Rachelle, Steve Rice, Cheryl Russel, Ashley Rutherford, Hanna Sandvig, James Somers, Rachelle Sperling, Donna Swanson, Steve Trower, Speculative Faith, Jason Waguespac, Laura Williams, and Timothy Wise

2 comments:

Eve said...

Thanks for the linkage. :) Come check out my review.

Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

Good opening to the tour, Chawna. You know I'm looking forward to your review! ;-)

Becky