Most of you have probably noticed that we still haven't gotten this blog back to our regular almost-once-a-day posting schedule. I'm still adjusting to my new work schedule, and also trying to churn out a few other writing projects, and I'm also on something of a reading (and watching) binge, and the result of all this combined is that the blog gets shafted.
Oddly, this doesn't affect my traffic, which causes me to think most of you are just Technorati robots anyway.
When the blog gets shafted, that's not too much of a problem, but when I go shafting other people, that's not so good. Case in point, I missed October's Christian Science Fiction/Fantasy Blog Tour, which isn't cool. Becky Miller was polite enough not to give me the stern talking-to I so richly deserved, but let me nonetheless attempt, humbly, to make up for it somewhat now by pointing you to Brian Davis's novel Beyond the Reflection's Edge (Echoes from the Edge). Looks like it's getting good reviews. Here are Davis's website and his blog. And at the end of this post, I'll give the rest of the blog tour members some linky love.
But speaking of linky love, I got some recently from The American Catholic, on o' them political Catholic blogs. Since Blogrolling is having issues, I can't link them back in the usual way, so I'll do it here instead.
And here we go:
CSFF Blog Tour
D. G. D. Davidson
Todd Michael Greene
Rebecca LuElla Miller
John W. Otte
Mirtika or Mir’s Here